The hotel was modern and attractive with bilingual staff and full service breakfast. It was walking distance to public transit and the historical district. The area gets a little shady at night, but that is to be expected. During the day it is totally fine. We really liked the sliding wall panel that acts as a blackout shade and helps with street noise a little. The shower was nice and hot, bed was a bit firm, and linens were nice. The HVAC system was loud but worked great at drowning out any noise. We added the optional breakfast ($1 USD total through Expedia) and it was the Revolucion breakfast for 2 ($150 MXN ~ $8 USD each at the hotel) which included juice or fruit, coffee or tea, toast, and your choice of eggs with beans, enchiladas, or pancakes.
I checked in with my partner only to get a lousy warm welcome. The man at the front desk Who's name is Antonio was very rude and short with me my whole stay(10 days). not sure if we got off on the wrong foot or I was just American and my spanish was poor. none the less he did not make me feel welcome. The maids were excellent and always had a warm greeting. The room was nice and clean with a view of the inside of the hotel. can not have the shades open if you want privacy. The hotel was just outside the main central part of the city giving us a short walk to a bike share station (ecobici) I'd consider staying there again although with so many option's in the city this hotel certainly does not stand out.
The hotel is definitely or barely a 3 star. Hall carpets are heavily stained. Breakfast is a miserly portion of eggs with a poor presentation with toast and fruit or juice served in pewter dishes. I take objection to eat from pewter dishes, especially old ones full of rust. No cheeses or cereal was available. Nowhere was it indicated when making reservations that breakfast was not a buffet. I was actually hungry after having had breakfast. Breakfast is the most important meal of the day for me. In summary, I would strongly recommend to the hotel management to review their breakfast policy and/or to be honest when advertising the price of rooms and what comprises breakfast. Rooms are of a small size. Nothing to do with the pictures on the hotel website. Again, highly deceiving. My recommendation to travellers is to consider other hotels in the city with decent and full breakfasts and more spacious rooms. Staff did not seem to be at all bothered when complained about the quality of the breakfast or installations.…
Modern hotel conveniently located near Monumento a la Revolución. The room and beds are clean and comfy, breakfast is nice. The fabric of the chairs in the common area is stained due to times of use. But this isn’t a big deal. We would like to compliment the service of the staff of this hotel. We made an excursion and so stored our luggage there overnight, the staff gladly helped us. With the price paid, it was great value for money. Highly recommended!
Easy check in. Get into the room. It was very small, no privacy. Window faced other windows. Bed and pillow were comfortable, 1 hand towel and limited toilet treats. Breakfast is a la carte.Very small room, little amount of seats and long wait to get a table. Food was based only eggs, very few choices. Small plate of fruits, if you got fruit you cannot have juice. If you want cereal you will be charged . No enough coffee cups and only 1 or 2 servers.
Staff is quite attentive to guests' needs. Their greeting is quite nice. Room is very clean and pleasant Location is excellent. it is close to lot of attractions and close to Higaldo metro (6 minute walk) With breakfast included, this hotel is an excellent choice
Really enjoyed my 5 night stay at this property. Rooms are VERY clean. Good value and a great location. Walking distance to the Zócalo (15 minutes) and other attractions. Also can recommend the bikes they have for complimentary use. Biking is a great way to get around CDMX since the city has installed an enormous amount of bike lanes in recent years. The property’s bikes come with sturdy locks so you can bike to an attraction, lock up, and be confident that the bike is safe. The complimentary breakfast was also a nice perk and the hard working wait staff were awesome.
Excellent location, everything walking distance. Staff are super lovely, and the breakfast is quite good, actually, instead of a buffet breakfast they make it for each individual the way you like. Rooms are clean.
I disagree with reviewers who said Hotel Plaza Revolucion is close to tourist attractions in Mexico City. I've timed my walk to the following major sites: 10 minutes to Alameda 16 minutes to Palacio de Bellas Artes 20 minutes to Palacio Nacional, Catedral, Templo Mayor Breakfast was inadequate and mediocre, if you booked a room with breakfast you cannot opt out. Hotel has a driver to take you to the airport, who quoted me 250 Pesos to MEX airport (even though hotel front desk told me cost is 200 pesos which I ended paying 200), not sure this driver is official taxi since I didn't see a license/certificate in the vehicle. Travel guidebooks warn against unofficial taxi. I didn't feel unsafe since he's connected to the hotel but just wanted to write to inform others. Of course you can get your own taxi. Others have written in about thin walls between the rooms, that's absolutely true. I can hear my next door neighbor entering their room. Luckily they were considerate and they didn't carry on a conversation late at night. Lobby has 2 computers, very useful. I booked my reservation through booking.com for $67 US/night with breakfast. I would not pay more than that for this hotel. It's clean, stylish but that's about it.…
Overall the property is very clean and the staff is attentive. The location and the rate are appropriate. I felt safe in the immediate area. One has access to every direction in the metro area. I will stay here again.
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