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Few neighborhoods have undergone such enormous change as Santa Fé, now a high-end destination with luxurious residences, apartments, hotels, rooftop bars offering incredible views and restaurants with extraordinary cuisine. Garden Santa Fé mall has earned several architectural awards for its design. This neighborhood is the best choice for those looking to get fully pampered by a romantic escapade.
We visited this place because a friend of ours lives close by, we really enjoyed displays and my children had a blast using the skate rink, the shopping center has a lot of shops around where you can buy things that are brand named or you can eat in one of those restaurants located around.
The speedway is conveniently located in a roofed parking lot so you will always enjoy a good race despite the weather.
The crew is trained to educate racers on safety and gear for both kids and adults. The course is constantly controlled for any setbacks on the race. The only issue that bummed us out was that during a race...
Great for kids. Ours are 5 and 3 and loved it. Probably best if you can speak a bit of Spanish, but can get by otherwise.
Tip: lines are long so book in advance to skip the entry line, but still be prepared to wait for popular activities.
It's a nice Bowl alley. A bit expensive but the place is good.
After 9pm the put some music and the lights go down. I don't like that, but before that it's pretty standard.
Good place to visit with friends or family.
Really good restaurant, we had some octopus and tuna tartar for starters. I had some beef medallions with asparagus and mashed potato for my main and a chocolate flan for dessert. Wine was very good, a coupage of shiraz and san giovese grapes. The actual restaurant os beautiful and in the yoke of the egg in Santa Fe.
Not the ordinary sea food restaurant, the combinations and flavors are unique. The tostadas and tacos and everything in the menu is great, my favorite was the fish pastor styled the octopus tacos. At night its very happening full of energy.
Santa Fe may lack the soul of other CDMX neighbors but it’s not entirely absent of charm, and this hotel captures some of its positive spirit. This establishment could feel simply like another business hotel — and it certainly does in many ways — but there are a few ways in which the management and staff intentionally work to add...
This is the third time that I have stayed at this property. The accommodations are wonderful, rooms are clean, and I especially appreciated the great service from Antonio the bell boy. He went above and beyond.
Job well done!
The hotel is very nice, complicated at first because the lobby is on the third floor numbered as 30 on the elevator. The room was nice, I booked a king room but no availability upon arrival and got 2 double beds. The bed and pillow were comfortable, decent cable TV, and good breakfast. The prepared a special spicy sauce just...
The hotel is relatively new and has the things you get from the Westin chain. The room is clean, and view from the room is nice with a full of trees. The bed sheet of the first night was quite dissapointing. I felt like it is a little bit worn out.. Service in the reception was just okay or less...
Note that this is a value option. If you want high-end property, go across the street to the JW and pay $100/night more. The rooms in the Sheraton and very spacious, have walk-in showers, and are clean. The beds are a bit hard for my taste, but the bedding and other aspects of the room are nice. The 9th floor...