We stayed Here for two nights in March 2014. The hotel location is excellent, right next to the Zocalo. We spent a fair amount of time with our windows open taken all the activity on the Zocalo. The hotel itself is old. Not in a decrepit way, but in a way that feels authentic. We stayed in a King Suite and were amazed by the high ceilings and huge windows. The marble bathroom was huge as well. All the touches of first class historic hotel were there. Monogrammed sheets and towels. Turn down service with chocolates and other trinkets. Excellent room service. Breakfast was included in our stay, but we were confused by how the tickets worked and ended up with food we had to pay for. It was reasonably priced, but it would be worth asking some questions before you order. The restaurant at the top of the hotel has beautiful views of the Zocalo and was quite romantic. It seems the restaurant is only open to hotel guests.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- In just one building you will find the elegance of Art Nouveau decoration, a Tiffany stained glass ceiling from 1908 and panoramic elevators from the beginning of the XIX Century. Gran Hotel Ciudad de Mexico is the place where Mexico’s history and culture come together - located in the heart of Mexico City and the most beautiful main square - Plaza de la Constitucion- view, with easy access to museums & historical Landmarks. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Gran Hotel Ciudad De Mexico Mexico City