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Hostal Regina Centro Historico Ciudad de Mexico
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Reviewed December 27, 2013 via mobile

We stayed in the "family room" (2 king size beds, 2 ensuites and a mezzanine), which was lovely, but not typical of the dorm experience.

The room was very comfortable, with a micro balcony overlooking the pedestrianised Regina St. Breakfast was nice for a bread + coffee hostel breakfast: a pastry and cinnamon brewed coffee from the cafe downstairs.

The vibe of the hostel was nice, though quiet (we arrived Xmas day). The location is central and a short walk to the Zocalo. Street noise wasn't a problem for us, as we weren't overlooking 5 de Febrero, the busy street.

There is a nice kitchen, though no drinking water provided - which should be a given for any accommodation in mexico. Also, the security door on the ground level could definitely do with upgrading. There seems to be an occasional security guard on duty late at night in the absence of a stronger door.

The roof bar is nice and finished, though not operating during our Xmas stay.

Would definitely stay here again.

Stayed: December 2013, traveled with family
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Reviewed December 22, 2013

Overall, I thought hostel regina was good. Was relatively clean, and staff were nice to deal with. A lot of travellers on trip advisor seem to complain about the noise. I did not find this to be a problem, also the hostel is in the middle of centro historico, so of course there is going to be some noise. The dorms were very large, but thought this was cool, lots of people to meet. Breakfast was free, although small. Location was great.

The areas where I thought they could improve was the wireless (it really only worked down in the foyer), there was no rooftop bar, although I understand this was being renovated at the time, security was ok, not a priority though, and there was a lack of help for your ongoing travels. A lot of travellers use Mex City as their strating point for Mex and Central America. It would have been good if Hostel Regina offered help to travellers for booking buses, tours etc. We did this all through Hostel Amigos, which also looks to be a good hostel.

  • Stayed: October 2013, traveled with friends
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Thank Sam C
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Reviewed November 16, 2013

I stayed with 3 friends in a private room, in November. The room was pretty cool - a massive bed, then a walk-up some stairs to another massive bed. Bathrooms both up- and downstairs, but the shower is upstairs only.

LOCATION: Good, easy to walk to the center. Felt safe. Can be loud at night, though, since the street beside it has bars and sometimes musicians playing at night.

CLEANLINESS: Beds were clean, towels also provided.

BATHROOM: We had a private bathroom. It wasn't bad, though be careful that too much water can result in leaking through to the bottom floor.

BREAKFAST: Get a slip from reception and have a cup of coffee (it tasted vaguely of cinnamon) and a bread at the cafe downstairs. I think breakfast started at 8, except for on the weekend.

WIFI: No reception in the room, and worked extremely slowly on our last day there.

RECEPTION: Very friendly and helpful staff. Had a nice chat with Crista (hope I spelled that right), who helped us book our tour to Taxco, and gave us information about other stuff.

ADDITIONAL: As with the rest of Mexico, it helps to know a bit of Spanish. Just a brief reminder also to check out the tours at the counter, and you can ask reception to call you a taxi, since it's apparently not safe to hail one on the streets.

  • Stayed: November 2013, traveled with friends
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Thank hamsamster
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Reviewed November 4, 2013 via mobile

Centrally located, near metro. Really nice bathrooms. Problem we had was the bedroom doors were glass so we had to shut blankets in the door to be able to sleep. Breakfast was included in the price, but they never bothered to open early enough for us to have (we waited till 8.45 and still nothing). Nice terrace upstairs. Would recommend, just not the adjoining restaurant!!

  • Stayed: November 2013
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Thank Justiney88
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Reviewed August 29, 2013 via mobile

This Hostel is perfectly located in the Centro Historico, within walking distance of all the attractions, 3 metro stations to take you further afield and on Regina street which is a pedestrianised street full of bars and restaurants. The hostal itself it's lovely, the building is stunning and has an army of cleaners day and night maintaining the hostel, the shared bathrooms are very clean and very new, the staff are friendly and helpful. It would be an amazing stay if it wasn't for the level of noise, don't get me wrong, we are NOT light sleepers, but the unavoidable noise from the street below, specially at the weekends it's like sleeping in a very noisy bar, we stayed on the first floor so perhaps further up would be better, if it wasn't for the rooftop bar also blearing music downwards. The wifi only worked 2 days out of 5 that we were there, but they have 3 free computers that you can use, the breakfast is standard Mexican pastry and a coffee, and the kitchen is very well equipped to cook simple meals. So if the noise doesn't put you off and you can sleep through anything then definitely stay here!

  • Stayed: August 2013
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Thank Corinne A
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