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All reviewsboutique hotelcomfortable amenitiesgreat neighborhoodlarge bathroomchapultepec parkthe location is perfectlove this hotellovely hotelhistoric buildingliving roomlate at nightwithin easy walking distancebreakfast was deliciousquiet roomlight sleepersafe areahome away from home
This is a house which has been converted to a hotel. The ambience is very antique in nature. The service stinks. Staff are not bothered or perhaps not aware what customer satisfaction means. Very rude night clerk. We had ordered for a cup of coffee...More
Small but cozy little inn in the Roma neighborhood. Near great food options (10 minute walk from a great Oaxacan restaurant!). If traveling in the winter rooms can get chilly but beds are warm and cozy!
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We just took our family to Mexico City and stayed at La Casona for a week during Christmas.
I’m not one who looks for luxury hotels (with overinflated prices and luxury I don’t need), so La Casona was perfect for us: a great location, quiet,...More
Sadly this gorgeous hotel as an endless list of flaws. First, the receptionists are mostly rude and unprepared, they don't have any sense of costumer care or the don't simply care about the guests, and I say this because in every single request big or...More
The hotel name is true to what you find - a big house. It has lovely, simply appointed rooms. There is a living room, rooftop deck and small nooks to hideaway and read a book or just relax.
The cost is reasonable enough to make...More
Easy to explore either on bike or foot, Condesa offers a great variety of activities and places to visit while admiring its neo-colonial architecture. Diverse restaurants vary from regional to global along its streets, while local bars even let you craft your own beer. The urban yet relaxing vibe let visitors cycle or stroll on the Amsterdam Circuit.