We stayed a few nights at this hostel. The location was good, but the room was completely dark during the day, with no windows facing outside. This hostel has rather cold lighting and isn't very comfortable. Perhaps nicer for a very young backpacker who just needs a clean, safe place to crash. Some of the other rooms looked nicer. The pillows were real pillows and the sheets were clean. Very echo-y and there was a TV outside our room that was on constantly. Shared bathrooms were not cleaned every day, at least the girls' one near me wasn't, as same mess in a stall was there for more than 24 hours. Staff was very nice and very helpful, and gave us two keys, which seems to be a surprisingly rare occurrence in Mexican and Central American hostels.Breakfast was fine if small.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Mexico City Hostel and its renovated brother Mexico City Hostel Suites consists of two beautiful colonial buildings -right across from each other- and are located just a few steps from Zocalo in Mexico City's Historic Center. This colonial places will make you feel like home involved in a Mexican atmosphere. We are very close to interest places for Mexican tourist as well as backpackers from all around the world, such as galleries, museums, shops, markets, bars or night clubs, artisans, historic buildings, monuments and squares. We provide 3 types of peaceful, comfortable and spacious accommodation: private rooms with bathroom, private rooms without bathroom and cozy dormitories. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Mexico City Hotel Mexico City
- Mexico City Hostel