We visited Mexico City for five nights as part of our three week holiday. I would class the hotel as a boutique hotel. It is small but everything is modern and clean. The bedroom was modern and the bed was so comfortable, nice to come back to at the end of the day spent walking around the city. We tried breakfast there one morning but the lady serving us did not seem to be very sure of what she was doing and it was expensive for what we got!! We found a litte cafe two blocks down that served the best scrambled eggs and coffee for a fraction of the price. There is a metro stop around the corner which we used every day. It is the best way to get around such a massive city. We ventured to Zona Rosa one night but the rest of the time we ate locally. The restaruant in the Melia across the road was lovely and there is an Argentinan steak house around the corner.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- A brand new opened hotel near Paseo de la Reforma. 86 modern designed and fully equipped rooms with all commodities. Gym, bar, laundry service, security, room service, business center and free high speed WiFi in all areas and rooms. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Hotel Plaza Revolucion Mexico City