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Maria Condesa

Maria Condesa

The five-story Maria Condesa has an inviting, street level cafe and bar decorated with indigenous themed art and comfortable leather sofas which open up to the reception area. The hotel's four floors offer 16 spacious rooms, all with views of the tree-lined Calle Atilxco. All items provided in the minibar are complimentary, these include bottled water, fruit juices and a selection of sodas, however the wine and Mezcal provided in the room has an additional cost. The hotel's rooftop lounge is a welcome haven from the busy streets of Mexico City where you can enjoy breakfast.

Our rating: Medium

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Rooms

All of the 16 spacious rooms (four of which are large suites) are bright and airy, with unique Mexican touches. All rooms feature a private bathroom, air-conditioning, TV, coffee making facilities, Wi-Fi, and a complimentary minibar. Room service is also available.

Location

Located in the heart of the Condesa district, in a quiet and safe tree-lined area, Maria Condesa offers a great base for exploring Mexico City.

Food and drink

The hotel has an inviting, street level cafe and bar decorated with vibrant, themed art and comfortable leather sofas which open up to the reception area. The hotel's restaurant specializes in Mexican cuisine and serves lunch and dinner. Breakfast is served every morning on the rooftop terrace.

Facilities and activities

Guests have complimentary use of bicycles and the hotel’s concierge can also arrange a variety of local tours.

Our opinion

Maria Condesa's location makes it a great value option for exploring the sights of Mexico City.

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