Hampton Inn & Suites Mexico City - Centro Historico
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Member Reviews (5)
- Hampton Inn & Suites Mexico City - Centro HistoricoJan 24, 2013
When we stayed in the Hampton Inn & Suites in 2011, the free WiFi didn’t work in our room – only in the lobby – and the free breakfast was awful. But the WiFi problem has been fixed and it’s now available throughout the hotel. I’m not sure about the breakfast. Regardless, this nonsmoking hotel represents a good value only two blocks away from the zocalo. The rooms are fairly basic, with showers, coffee makers, irons and hair dryers (suites also include sitting areas, microwaves, mini bars and bathtubs), but the building is interesting: It has a stained-glass ceiling, pretty tiling, wrought-iron banisters and a central glass elevator. Before it became a hotel in 2008, it had been a hostel, a hat maker’s facility and then a discotheque. It has a business center, meeting rooms, a small gym, a laundry room and coffee and tea available 24 hours a day. Another nice touch: Each room is marked with a different photo, as well as a number, to help guests pick the right door. Some of the rooms have a view of the trash, so you may want to ask about the view when booking. For a quieter stay, request a view of 5 de Febrero.
- Hampton Inn & Suites Mexico City - Centro HistoricoJan 11, 2013
This hotel is attractive and has a great location near Mexico City's zócalo, or main square. One of the first things you'll notice is the stained-glass ceiling over the central atrium. The lobby is comfortable and has a high table -- reminiscent of those in college libraries -- that's perfect for working on a laptop. The rooms are your run-of-the-mill hotel rooms, although they're comfortable and well-equipped. Ask for a room with a street view rather than one with a view of the ugly, cement area behind the building where trash bags are piled. Although breakfast is included, it was horrible when we stayed there. And while the hotel promised free wireless internet access, that didn't work in our room. They recently told us they've fixed that problem by wiring the rooms.
- Hampton Inn & Suites Mexico City - Centro HistoricoFirst to ReviewJul 05, 2012
Just got back from Mexico City where I stayed at the Hampton Inn. The Hotel is perfectly located just a couple of blocks from the Zocalo. Reasonably priced, it has a business center, a gym, nice breakfast... all in all quite good. What really makes it different is its staff: always available, smiling and helpful. I strongly recommend it.
Excellent!886 reviews across the web.
- Guests recommend this hotel for business travelers.
- Guests recommend this hotel for a romantic getaway.
- Internet98% thought it was a great value.
- Service96% found the staff to be very friendly.
- Location96% liked the proximity to sightseeing.
- Hotel87% thought it was clean.
- Food86% found the breakfast to be wonderful.
- PriceGreat price. 84% of the guests liked it.