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|Distance to city center||2.3 mi|
|Nearest Airport||Mexico City Benito Juarez|
|Distance to airport||6.6 mi|
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|cafes and restaurants||in 7 reviews|
|diners club||in 1 review|
|great breakfast||in 14 reviews|
|helpful staff||in 22 reviews|
|hotel was great||in 27 reviews|
|internet connection||in 6 reviews|
|location is superb||in 39 reviews|
|location price||in 38 reviews|
|minded travelers||in 3 reviews|
|quiet room||in 55 reviews|
|roof terrace||in 11 reviews|
|rooftop bar||in 18 reviews|
|room service||in 65 reviews|
|tequila||in 7 reviews|
|window in room||in 8 reviews|
Beautiful hotel great bar upstairs with delicious food. Breakfast was also great
Location was amazing. Great design. Wonderful staff
No complementary water in the room.
Location and hotel overall
My room did oversee the courtyard and was very dark
The bed was comfy, the drinks were delicious and the neighborhood is very central.
I think it's extremely overpriced for the room type as well as how extremely loud the hotel is. Cleaning crew banging around at all hours of the evening and because it's open air, you hear EVERYTHING from the roof and the restaurant downstairs. The phone in my room did not work which meant I could not call for room service. I was in a "balcony suite" which overlooked a very ugly telephone pole with little to no view. For over $450 a night I expected more..
Tucked between historic facades on a tree-lined road in Mexico City's stylish Condesa neighborhood, the hotel fuses the spirit of its bohemian surroundings with a playfully simple design aesthetic. Housed in a 1928 building, the Condesa DF is filled from head to toe with custom furniture designed by Parisian designer India Mahdavi, stone tiles, and an abundance of local color. The feel is modern yet warm, hip but not haughty. The 40 rooms and suites were inspired by the tranquility of monastic bedrooms—but without a lack of amenities, of course. The result is calming, airy spaces, some of which open onto wooden terraces, while, an overarching floral theme—visible on everything from cushion covers to chopstick wrappers—serves to enhance the relaxed, warm-weather vibe.
based on 1,409 reviews
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- Nice building
- Good alcoholic drinks
- Stylish hotel
- Awesome terrace
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