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The room was what it said in the photos, big bed, big room. However, the bathroom smelt really weird, which did keep me up at night. About a 15-20 minute walk to Centro Historico, but the area is fine, didn't feel unsafe at all. Wifi...More
I was more than pleasantly surprised with this one. For once, my hotel room looked better than the pictures advertised. The bed was very comfortable, hot shower with great water pressure, room service from the restaurant downstairs, and free parking. My room was cleaned well...More
Simple but clean rooms for a very fair price. Easy access to metro and city centre but even so the area leaves much to be desired (women of the night outside from 4pm onwards).
No English-speaking staff but very accommodating to our requests when we...More
US$ 15 - US$ 22 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Home of the Tepeneca people, Azcapotzalco has remained faithful to its roots even as time has passed. Beautiful details abound throughout its gardens, houses and other historical buildings such as the Casa de la Cultural. The works of Siqueiros, Diego Rivera and O'Gorman are in abundance and should not be missed while exploring the area. Walk through the streets and have a taste of the neighborhood, which can be found
at the bottom of a good cup of coffee or a scoop of an artisanal ice cream to cool down. Once the sun goes down, there’s nothing better than going out to visit classic cantinas to grab a drink where the nostalgia of the beautiful atmosphere comes to life.