Repeating some of the information from my Jan. 1, 2013 review. Modern area of the city, awash with sleek, modern buildings. Good on-line discounts. Part of a verticle mall with downstairs restaurants, cafés, chocolate shop, Argentinian restaurant, casino, sandwich shop, bank, Carl Jr., multi-level premium movie theater, etc. Good country-style La Docena seafood/meat restaurant on the corner, plus a new restaraunt complex about to open on the Sao Paulo side street. Starbucks 1 block away. From the other opinions here, it's what you would expect from an international chain. Good buffet breakfast. Two rates depending on whether hot and/or cold dishes (discount after 10 AM, plus a special one for "damas"). Several fresh juices (try especially the local citric "lima" juice), fruit, sweet rolls, breads, cereals, cheese, etc. No salmon included in the cold breakfast this time (but a great chef who can make a salmon/pesto side dish). Mexican & international cuisine.
No special arrangement for free or discounted parking (about 100 pesos for the day) with the covered mall parking lot. Non-existant (2-chair) entrance lobby, so families have to rendez-vous at TV and (free) Internet-computer area to one side of restaurant. Plenty of pillows, all of the same type (none for stomach sleepers). Put "Do not disturb" sign on outside door handle...or maid may disturb you somewhat early. No complementary conditioner among toiletries.