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Hotel Juarez

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Reviewed 4 April 2017

The Juarez is a back-packer sort of hotel; the prices are low, the accommodations rather plain, but the location is excellent, the hotel is generally clean, and the staff are always friendly. Rooms with windows can be noisy, but they have a few windowless interior rooms that make wonderful sleeping-caves! I recall the price as less than twenty bucks American...

Thank John J
Tulsa, Oklahoma
Reviewed 2 September 2015

I first stayed here in 1990 and stayed again in August 2015, and many times in-between. In a budget hotel, I want (1) a safe place, (2) clean rooms, and (3) hot water. Hotel Juarez has all three! The price is fantastic and the location is even better----right by the metro stop Allende on the blue line. There are lots...

1Thank jbills2007
Monterrey, Mexico
Reviewed 4 April 2015

For the litlte price, I think it was alright, it's the very center and it gets quite noisy so just ask for a dorm with no windows. The rooms with windows aren't very well isolated so in december it can get really cold. There's hot water, the wifi works, it isn't that effective but there are many restaurants and cafés...

Thank LizES92
Reviewed 27 December 2014 via mobile

Very good for this price .... 340mx for room 2-4 prs. Wifi, hot water, LCD TV, close to Zocalo and metro station Zocalo or Alende (blue line). Cleaning service everyday. Many restaurantas, bars, shopping malls around the hotel. Very good choice for this price.

1Thank Jaromír P
Vancouver, Washington
Reviewed 22 June 2012

This hotel may seem uninviting, at first. Don't be put off...! For about 20 bucks a night, The Juarez is unbeatable! It is clean, safe and located in the heart of the Centro Historico; close to shops, cafes, the Metro and the Zocalo! The hotel provides 2 bottles of filtered water a day, friendly staff and a good place to...

7Thank michael j
Reviewed 9 June 2012

As backpacker travelers, we are never very demanding, we are accustomed to very different conditions, and therefore was the Hotel Juares pure luxury for us ha ha ha! It is centrally located, cheap, comfortable rooms, very nice decoration with the little fountain in the hallway and sweet staff. We traveled in Mexico for 2 months in 2006 (there were no...

2Thank Bellasmama4ever
Reviewed 20 June 2011

The rooms are clean and comfortable aside from the flat pillows. Staff is most gracious and helpful. There was extremely loud music across the ally a couple years ago but not anymore. Hotel is conveniently located to everything, price is under $20 for a double bed, private baths are nice and there is a phone and cable tv. The hotel...

3Thank rjforlando
Oscoda, Michigan
Reviewed 15 March 2010

Hotel Juarez is a hotel that's a little off of the beaten path, but close enough to hop back into the action. It's located in an L-shaped alley off of 5 de Mayo. The bed was pretty comfortable, but to me the pillows were a bit thin. Overall, it's a very affordable hotel, $200 pesos (or more) per night, and...

2Thank David I
Baltimore, MD
Reviewed 7 February 2010

We stayed at Hotel Juarez January 29-February 3, 2010. The location is perfect - on a quiet side street in very close proximity to the Centro Historico and Zocalo. It is also close to two metro stops, good restaurants and conveniences. We paid 200 pesos a night (about $15 US). For the price, it can't be beat. The hotel is...

1Thank jesmorgan
Rio Grande Valley, Texas
Reviewed 10 September 2008

I had to travel to Mexico City in late January and a friend made the reservation for me. it is simple, safe, somewhat comfortable and right there in the Historic district. The room was OK, it did have a small window. All rooms surround a dark courtyard with an ancient fountain. it was a unique experience. There were people from...

4Thank Brian E

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Additional Information about Hotel Juarez

Address: 1A Cjon De Cinco de Mayo No. 17 | Col. Centro, Mexico City 06000, Mexico
Region: Mexico > Central Mexico and Gulf Coast > Mexico City
Number of rooms: 313
Also Known As:
Juarez Hotel Mexico City
Hotel Juarez Mexico City
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“I prefer interior rooms because they are QUIET!”
F9321ERjohnj, 4 Apr 2017 | Read review
“Ask for a room with a window. Some of the rooms are interior and are windowless.”
jbills2007, 2 Sep 2015 | Read review
“The rooms at the bottom have no windows, which is great because at night the street gets quite noisy and during the winter it gets cold and there's no good isolation.”
LizES92, 3 Apr 2015 | Read review
“Ask for the top floor.”
michaelj307, 22 Jun 2012 | Read review
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