The Red Tree House
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Member Reviews (4)
- The Red Tree HouseJan 09, 2013
The Red Tree House, located in the vibrant La Condesa neighborhood, actually turns out to be mainly yellow with red accents. Three different staffers, along with a Labrador named Abril (April), immediately made me feel welcome in the cheerful and reasonably priced hotel. An eye-popping leopard alebrije, or Mexican painted woodcarving, dominates the foyer, and the living room features plush couches and a piano that guests are invited to play. The hotel’s 17 rooms (including standard rooms, suites and a two-bedroom penthouse with a private terrace) include free WiFi, small flat-screen TVs, hair dryers and bottled water, and some also have fans and heaters. The kitchen serves breakfast, including coffee, fruit, cereal and a different daily Mexican special, which is included in the rates. While the rooms don’t include coffee makers, guests are welcome to use the coffee maker in the kitchen all day, as well as the refrigerator and the purified water.
- The Red Tree HouseJan 08, 2013
I'd probably have liked this place even if it hadn't had the friendliest dog in the world hanging around and been located in the perfect neighborhood. With just 17 rooms and extremely friendly employees, this 17-room bed and breakfast is a tranquil place to spend your evenings in this massive city. The rooms are scattered across two colorful buildings on either side of a central courtyard. Several have patios, balconies or terraces. While the exteriors are vibrant, the interiors are subdued, classy and calming. Between the well-landscaped courtyard and the comfortable living room, which includes a grand piano, the property comes across as relaxed. Rooms include all the staples: wifi, safes, TVs, hair dryers and desks. The hotel's name is not posted outside, so you'll have to check the address and ring the bell unless the gate is open.
- The Red Tree HouseFirst to ReviewJul 04, 2012
This is a lovely little guesthouse in the Condesa neighborhood. Just blocks away from some of the best tacos and clubs in the city, the guesthouse is still nice and quiet at night. It is run by two very nice guys who often serve wine in the evenings and have wonderful travel stories. Definitely enjoyed my stay.