We stayed here at the beginning and end of our visit to Mexico and not many places live up to it. The staff are friendly, the breakfast and dinner, although simple (and nothing wrong with simple when you are travelling) were nice. We were in a double ensuite room which was comfortable, huge, and clean. The staff were incredibly helpful and helped arange a taxi in the early morning for us. The tour guide for the Market tor and Teoticucan is so cute and good at her job, I recommend those two tours, and dont forget to tip her!
One compliant... We had come in late in the evening from a very long journey from the UK (via Germany and the US!), we were exausted and just wanted a good night's sleep. We were on one of the top floors and around midnight really loud (awful) music started blaring from the terrace, echoing through the building. I couldnt sleep and thought I would give it til 1am to quiet down. A little after 1am, being jet-lagged, sleep-deprived and pretty cranky I went upstairs and asked the three people including the big chap who works there if they could turn it down a little out of respect for the guests trying to sleep. I asked politely and I didnt think it was an unreasonable request: this is not considered a "party hostel" and it almost 2am on a Sunday night, plus the sound travels in that building. They turned it down a little but by the time a got back to my room it was back up louder than ever. In the end I took some sleeping tablets and bought ear plugs the following day, although I didnt need them again until Mexican independence day which was the night before we flew out... fair enough. I also got asked to keep my voice down when I was using the computers once - I think the staff should all have the same approach to music/chatting in communal areas late at night.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Services included: Breakfast Buffet, Dinnet Buffet, Internet, Wifi. All rooms ensuited and cable TV in all Private Rooms.Hostel Amigo Suites, sister hostel to the original and famous Hostel Amigo opens its doors in 2011 with the best facilities in Mexico City. The place was designed with private rooms and small dormitories, all with private bathroom inside the room. They were planned with travelers like you in mind, so that you can find the comfort and privacy you need. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Hostel Amigo Suites Mexico City