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Posada Viena Hotel

Marsella 28 Colonia Juarez, Historic City Center, Mexico City, Mexico 06600 (Show on map)

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  • Sonalee, United Kingdom
  • July 30, 2015
  • Area: Location: Historic City Center

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This unique character hotel between the Centro Historico and the Zona Rosa offers warm hospitality and good value accommodation. A few blocks south of the Paseo de la Reforma, the Posada Viena Hotel is a brightly adorned establishment with abundant Mexican charm. Painted in vivid piñata colors, the interiors are decorated with folk art and assorted curios resulting in an atmosphere that's convivial and homely. The hotel is two blocks to the nearest metro station, a 15-minute walk to the Paseo de la Reforma, and a short cab or bus ride to Chapultepec Park. This area is safe to wander around - even at night - which is precisely when the bar and restaurant scene of nearby Zona Rosa comes to life.
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Sonalee A. Couples United Kingdom, July 30, 2015
Great place to begin and end in Mexico.

Great location, helpful staff, clean room.
We started our 4 week trip with 3 nights here and decided to spend our last 3 here, also. Good decision. It's great for Zona Rosa, which is chilled out, with lots of small bars, cafes and restaurants; so many that you don't actually need breakfast at the hotel. Very happy with the room at the price, but wifi signal in room 318 was pretty bad. 320 had been better. No matter, though. The staff were very courteous and helpful, especially on our last day in Mexico when we were desperate for a place to store our luggage, as our flight wasn't until after midnight. They didn't have much space at reception, but they kept it all there anyway for over 10 hours, which left us free to spend another day in the city. So grateful for that!
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Sonalee A. Couples United Kingdom, July 7, 2015
Quirky Place in MC

Characterful, good location and clean.
We had an enjoyable stay here on our first 3 nights in MC. No hassle, friendly and helpful staff with a little English.
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Neil H. Solo travelers United Kingdom, December 8, 2010
Hotel Mexico City

Good value for $30 a night that I paid. Easy Metro access; good restaurant attached.
Enjoyed my stay. The room was large with a comfortable bed. Very good value at the price I paid..c$30 a night, but at the rate quoted at reception c$80 a night it would not have been.
Sightseeing/Attractions Tip: Use the Metro to get around Mexico City. Only 3 Pesos a time (c25 cents). Best not to travel in the rush hour or late at night though. The city feels safe as armed policeman are very high profile.
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