We really liked Casa Comtesse. The neighborhood is great--quiet but with lively restaurants and cafes. The transit system works very well. We had two different rooms, with a trip to the beach in between--El Jaguar and El Oriente. Both were on the back and very quiet. We preferred El Jaguar even though it is a bit smaller. We had a bit of a mosquito problem in El Jaguar because we did not want to close the window, but the mosquito plugs seemed to work. The staff is great--especially Marion, Angelique, Herman, the chef, and the night guys. They were very helpful, getting taxis, setting up a trip to Teotihuacan, storing excess luggage. The breakfasts were terrific, especially the omelettes. And good coffee too. And the wifi worked. Beds are a little soft, but this is a matter of personal preference.
And this is a place that seems to attract interesting guests. The communal breakfast table made for lively conversation.
My only quibble: I wish they had warned us in advance about the party that the guests with the Spanish flamenco band were planning in the hotel. But I just put in my earplugs and was ok.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Welcome to Casa Comtesse, a great Bed and Breakfast in the heart of Condesa's trendy neighborhood, a perfect play to stay (parks, restaurants, bars, trees in the street...). Thomas will receive you, friendly, with his advice, tips, and great knowledge of the city speaking French, English and Spanish. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Casa Comtesse Hotel Mexico City
- Casa Comtesse Mexico City