Excellent, safe location, walking distance to Zona Rosa (2 min), Historial center (30-40 h), Bosque de Chapultepec (20-30 min), and subway station /metrobus Insurgentes.
Located in the ground floor, I was glad that we did not hear street noise.
The interior patio is beautiful, and you can use its outdoor tables and chairs.
Furniture and building are a bit old, but reasonably well maintained. No air conditioner or fridge in our room (750 MXC pesos), but not needed, really. TV/ wi-fi and ceiling fan in good condition.
Breakfast is not included in the rate, but you can get a basic one for a moderate price. They serve other foods also.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The most important is that we want to make this your home away from home, at an accessible price.Casa Gonzalez is four old homes surrounded by courtyards and gardens of different eras that have been adapted to make a home for travelers. The two original homes were built by the current owners grandfather in the mid 1920's.One of the houses belonged to a famous movie star, Lupe Velez (who married Johnny Weissmuller for a few years).The latest addition was built in the early 1940's by a relatively well know architect, Roberto Buenrostro, as his private residence. The guest house started operating in the early 30's by the grandmother and great grandmother of the current owners. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Casa Gonzalez Hotel Mexico City
- Casa Gonzalez Mexico City
- Hotel Casa Gonzalez Mexico City