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Old Portal de Mercaderes in the historic center of Mexico City was and is the west side of the main plaza (otherwise known as the "Zócalo"). This side of the plaza has been occupied by commercial structures since the Spanish Conquest of Mexico in 1521. Today the west side of the square is dominated by two sets of buildings with Madero Street dividing them as it runs west from the Zocalo to the Palace of Bellas Artes. The buildings on the north side of Madero is occupied by offices on the upper floors and shops at ground level. The southside buildings are dominated on the ground floor by fine jewelry stores, marking the beginning of the "Centro Joyero Zocalo." This center extends west for two block engulfing Palma Street between Madero and 16 de Septiembre streets. Most of the upper floors of the buildings here are occupied by rooms associated with the Hotel de Ciudad de Mexico and the Hotel Majestic.
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Beautiful ceiling, pity out of my price range. Tiffany's stained glass. Lovely architecture
such a beautiful interior and ceiling. best location in historic center. had a room facing zocalo but due to protesters, it was quite loud and we were moved without incident to wonderful room on opposite side of hotel.
We stayed there for 5 nights. Loved our room and the view of zocalo square. No vegetarian food options in their menu or in their restaurants. Not a big negative but people with dietary restrictions might want to keep this in mind. Quick responses to any problems you might have. Good location if you are visiting the city for the first time.
One of the best hotels I've ever stayed at! The service is top notch from the front door to the room. Front doorman is super helpful and friendly. They have free champagne at front desk. Excellent food at the on-site cafe. The room was huge and fancy with a great view of the "happening and cool" square. Will stay here again in Mexico City! It's also cool that the opening scene to Spectre was filmed here.
We just stopped in for an excellent breakfast on New Year's Day. The hotel is a must see if you are in CDMX. The reception area is 4 floors high covered with a Tiffany skyline ceiling. The casual restaurant is right off the reception and has friendly service, pleasant atmosphere, and good food. Our breakfast for two cost about $15US and included coffee, a basket of pastry, a plate of sliced fruit. My husband had chilaquilas and I had an excellent scrambled egg dish.
Just wow! We stayed here on our last night in Mexico City and this hotel was amazing. The nice service, clean room, and beautiful decor was very enjoyable. An added bonus is the location. There were so many activities taking place at El Zocalo which is right next to the hotel. We were fortunate and happened to have a window view of the square. Of course, you can't talk about this hotel without mentioning its beautiful glass ceiling! It's so beautiful that I'm pretty sure it made an appearance in the movie Coco.
Beautiful restaurant with nice zocalo and surrounding building view. It is apparently top class view in Mexico City. My ox tail soup was too salty on my tongue. My stake did not have taste at all. What was that? Service was good. Price is high. Access from the hotel entrance to the restaurante was super impressive. interior decoration and it’s Architecture is super. Excellent hotel to stay and have some drink at night or daytime.
Stayed at the beautiful and historic Gran Hotel this past January and would absolutely recommend this place. The staff was incredibly attentive and the rooms are elegant, and there's 24 hour security and concierge service. They also have a delicious breakfast buffet with diverse food options. Also, it is walking distance to many main attractions in Mexico City, which is a big plus. Would definitely stay here again!
A grand French Department Store from the XIX Century transformed into a beautiful town Hotel. The lobby is one of the most Beautiful in the city. It's Grand Dome and iron elevators are in great stare of preservation. The hotel is nice, not top of the line as it could be, but it's worth it. Restaurant on the terrace with excellent views. Definitely the best hotel to lodge if you're longing to stay at the heart of this magnificent city.