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In general a nice hostel, but 300 pesos for a dorm bed is too expensive as it was not that clean or big and lacked smalled conveniences like smaller lamps in the dorm or plug ins. The worst part however was the bar upstairs which...More
This has been the worst hotel I ever booked in Mexico.
The Lobby is dirty in a way you cannot imagine, they have a sofa which is the filthiest thing I have ever seen to seat your guests!
The door in the room isn't well...More
My friend decided she wanted to go to Mexico City for her birthday on May 5th, I love to travel so naturally I tagged along and changed all of her reservations. We stayed at the hostel for 3 nights in a 8 bed mixed dorm....More
Neither we or our taxi driver could locate StayInn because the whole front of the building was plastered in official signed stating the building was 'Clausurado' (Closed - refer photo). Apparently this only applied to the Cuarto Piso Rooftop terrace, as the hostel was open...More
Honestly, the staff was so warm and welcoming; they aided me in every request. I originally planned to stay in this hostel 3 days, but ended up staying 3 weeks. The amenities were excellent, the breakfast was delicious, the hostel was extremely clean, and the...More
US$19 - US$54 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Easy to explore either on bike or foot, Condesa offers a great variety of activities and places to visit while admiring its neo-colonial architecture. Diverse restaurants vary from regional to global along its streets, while local bars even let you craft your own beer. The urban yet relaxing vibe let visitors cycle or stroll on the Amsterdam Circuit.