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Time seems to have frozen in several areas that still remain true to what Tlalpan once was, but the clock is still ticking in the relaxed environment that makes it the perfect neighborhood for friends, couples and families who love to explore at their own pace. Plaza de la Constitución is where everyone gathers on weekends to listen to live music and where some of the best coffee shops, restaurants and bookstores satisfy the foodies of the area. Natural beauty such as the lush forest of Ajusco are perfect for those who love to keep in touch with the outdoors.
Small house, well kept, clean, full of paraphernalia and nostalgia, clocks, tvs, beautiful record palyers, radios and a lot of enjoyable memorabilia related to time keeping and others. We met Francelli, a young and talented guide who makes the visit worth repeating. A must for a weeekend day in beautiful and ancient southern Tlalpan
I went with my 15 & 18 year old. A great full day activity. A week day is best so the park isn't packed. We never waited more than 1/2 an hour. Food in the park is pricy. Get tickets on line, cheaper than at the gate. Great roller coasters. A few rides you have to pay extra,but we didn't...
Hidden beneath a thick layer of hard black lava, Cuicuilco is an important, but mostly overlooked, archaeological treasure within the urban borders of Mexico City. The star of the site is a truncated conical mound faced with slabs of volcanic rock, standing 75 feet (23 m) tall and 443 feet (135 m) in diameter. It is considered the oldest pyramid...
€€ - €€€ • Pizza, Italian, Mediterranean, European
"A hidden treasure"
reviewed 7 May 2018 by Boogie U
This restaurant is a hidden treasure in the south of Mexico City, I guarantee a high level culinary experience, if I can criticize a dish of the menu, it would be the lasagna, otherwise, you will suck your fingers
The barbacoa was excellent. This is the house specialty and they have perfected it. The restaurant is big and was very crowded. It was a bit loud but once you get your food you completely forget everything else. Highly recommended.
Stayed there for business, it´s located close to where I work, and to avoid traffic it´s very convenient. It´s located in front of a mall, which is good. The hotel has a good restaurant with reasonable prices, the rooms are comfortable and the Gym is good enough to keep up the work out. Overall a great experience.
A lovely hotel, I stayed here in January 2018. The only downside was the location, which was a little away from the centre.They provided good food for vegans which was great so would recommend on that front.
This hotel is weird. Feels more like a hospital because it is in a hospital. The lobby is on the 5th floor. Access is difficult and through the hospital parking lot. Tiny elevators. Inside the rooms the lighting, bathroom and overall feel are like being in a hospital. I chose this hotel because of the overall location in the city,...
One of thé best trips ever we havé had. We really enjoyed thé shows are very Nice but thé activités and thé entertainment staff is thé best inna angie joseva ever lalo Antonio Bryan mariana andy thank you to all of them
This is a big hotel but had very few guests there this month. The rooms are huge but dated, housekeeping and front desk did a good job. A good Tlalpan Location,Free Wi-Fi and a mediocre restaurant are the high lights . ROAD NOISE And No AC are THE DOWNSIDE!