While staying at this hotel and being asked repeatedly if we have eaten at the restaurant, we decided to give it a try. I had read the mixed reviews so went in "armed" with some awareness, especially regarding portion sizes. As a result, and not being overly hungry, we ordered an appetizer of chalupas and 2 soups; one sopa de sacristia (a version of sopa de azteca) and one "sick man's soup" (chicken consomme). The consomme was delicious and very well prepared. The sopa de azteca was a bit salty and really nothing special. I have had better elsewhere. The chalupas did not seem freshly cooked as they arrived lukewarm (one was actually cold) and soggy underneath. If they had just come off of the comal they would have had a warm/hot feeling to them and been dry and crispy on the bottom. I had eaten better ones at an inexpensive family restaurant near the mercado the day before, so knew what we should've been served.
I have eaten breakfast here each morning during our stay, as its included. The cafe latte is very good and the eggs are also well prepared. The huevos rancheros has a little too much salsa for my liking, but I asked for it on the side this morning and it was perfect.
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