The NH Centro Histórico hotel in Mexico City is located in the heart of the city, only a few steps away from the main square (Plaza de la Constitución, or "Zócalo"), the magnificent Metropolitan Cathedral, the "Templo Mayor" archaeological area, the City Museum and the National Library. The hotel offers an ideal starting point to visit the majority of historic buildings and monuments in this capital city, not to mention beautiful architecture, museums and exclusive shops. In addition, we are situated just 13 kilometers (8 mi) from Mexico City International Airport (MEX).The NH Centro Histórico hotel features 105 comfortable guestrooms that perfectly combine elegance, comfort, and functionality, allowing guests to enjoy a great vacation experience or a pleasant business trip. Free wireless Internet access is available throughout the hotel.Guests at the NH Centro Histórico will savor the array of national and international dishes that are prepared in its fifth-floor restaurant. The breakfast buffet, featuring a wide range of delicious options, is also served here. Snacks are also available for purchase in the lobby pantry.Executive guests will be pleased to find attractive, up-to-date facilities for organizing a social or business event, and the support of a team of professionals who will assist you in every single detail. There are 11 multi-purpose rooms with a capacity for up to 200 people. Rooms feature natural light, air conditioning and all the latest conference equipment.For guests wishing to keep active during their stay in Mexico City, the NH Centro Histórico hotel has bicycles available for rental as well as a fully-equipped gym.
I loved the staff and location
I did not like that there was no parking for hotel guest.
It's on a great location! Just around the Conner from the Zocalo. The hotel is nice and clean, very helpful personnel, and right on the center of many historic attractions. Lots of places to eat, shop and have a great time.
the only thing that I think might be a problem for some of our older couples is the shower. The tub it's to high.
The location is very convenient. The staff were very helpful and accommodating, arranging a trip to Teotihuacan for me within mere minutes after asking, also taxi arrangements via the reception were convenient and quick. The room was elegant and very comfortable, much better than in equivalent hotels in Western countries. Everything was immaculately clean. The atmosphere is rather that of a us hotel.
There were two bottles of water in the bathroom (I supposed that they were for brushing teeth) -- it turned out that they were part of the minibar and quite expensive. This could've been better marked. When I arrived at the breakfast room, no one seemed to speak any English or have any clue what they were supposed to do. They gave me a dinner menu and claimed that there was no breakfast. After a while, the chef came out, and in the end, I received a delicious breakfast (though the whole process took almost 1 1/2 hours). The next day I went to the breakfast place next door (Pan y Cocina; which was ok and cheaper).
Very close to the sight seeings.
Staff's english is not good. Taxi service is expensive.
The staff were really helpful and courteous. The room was really clean, comfortable and everything seemed fairly new.
On a couple of mornings, there were some loud repetitive noises coming from somewhere near my room, it was kind of annoying. But the rest of my group never heard anything so maybe my room was just unluckily located.
Location and Service from the Staff
Everything was fine. Met my expectations.
central klocation, wide rooms, good breakfast
no, but they were blocking free wi fi internet access