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No complaints, clean comfy albeit basic room, but with useful safe and fridge. Pool area small but enjoyable. Reasonable location midway between centre of town and Condesa nightlife. Used ubers to travel around.
We stayed here for 6 nights and we found it a great experience. Value for money .Great location. Friendly staff .Cannot think of any negatives for this hotel only negative that comes to mind is we had to leave and come home .Would definately stay...More
Near down town and cheap. Nice breakfast (cereals, fruits and good coffee). The staff is very friendly and the rooms are clean.if you looking for price and confortabily this is your hotel. The revolución metro station is near.
Hotel is perfectly located ,close to all major attractions,It is suitable for short term travelers.It has swimming pool wish is closing at 7 pm, and open at 9 am.I found it is very unconvience for guests, Most of us want to get out early from...More
I recently hosted a welcome/cocktail reception for my wedding guests at Talavera and the event exceeded my expectations. The food and drinks were delicious and the set up was elegant. The best part of the evening was the service - both David Cervantes and chef...More
Depends. If you take a licensed taxi from a "Stacio" it should run 200 pesos (about $12), less than 30 minutes. If you are traveling to the airport from the hotel at an early hour, they will glady call a 'hotel taxi' which... More
Depends. If you take a licensed taxi from a "Stacio" it should run 200 pesos (about $12), less than 30 minutes. If you are traveling to the airport from the hotel at an early hour, they will glady call a 'hotel taxi' which will generally be a nicer car, unmarked, more like a limo service and will run more like $20.
It is easy to get a licensed taxi at the airport but is a bit more hassle to get one on the street in the Centro.