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Mexico City in March

by ocho Online Now Jan 2, 2009 at 11:33 PM

Has anyone stayed at The W Hotel recently? Is it worth the stay? Or is there a similar or better boutique hotel? Finally, is there anything in particular I should see or visit in Mexico City or surrounding area in March? Thank you.

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  • Re: Mexico City in March

    by JohnMcIntosh Online Now Jan 2, 2009 at 11:43 PM

    I have never stayed at E Hotel but heard that that the facilities provide by them are good. I all the time book Euroscape-travel package

    From Hotel Accommodation to Farm ,Villas Accommodation
    From Escorted tour to Independent Tour
    From Car hiring to train,Ferries Hiring
    From City ,Night tours to Hop-On Hope off tours

    All the Facilities were just awesome .You will never feel like to come back from that Luxurious tour.

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    Re: Mexico City in March

    by madamx Online Now Jan 3, 2009 at 7:59 AM

    You can read the reviews of the W here:

    tripadvisor.com/ShowUserRevi...

    Looks like it's a pretty good place to stay.

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    Re: Mexico City in March

    by 75Antonio Online Now Jan 4, 2009 at 11:05 PM

    Hi!
    Yes that is a good hotel !! with a very good gourmet restaurant with mexican and inetrnational food as well as a good brunch on wekkends and excellent martinis in the bar that is so popular even for locals!!!
    i'ts also close some of the main atractions of Mexico City

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    Re: Mexico City in March

    by alfredop Online Now Jan 11, 2009 at 5:16 PM

    Yes I have stayed there, it is nice if you like modern architecture... rooms are painted in red and white... quite shocking to me... bathroom doesn't have a door to the rest of the room which is another shocking thing to me....

    Quite expensive compared to other very nice hotels, particularly the restaurantes are expensive...

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