Spacious suites with flat-screen TVs, mini-fridges, and marble vanities
French dining and free breakfast at Le Gourmet restaurant
Wi-Fi is free throughout
Hotel driver available for hire
Front facing rooms experience noise from busy Dakota Street
Facade is a bit worn
Suites don't have kitchens
No fitness center
Hotel & Suites del Parque is a popular mid-range boutique hotel aimed squarely at business travelers. The entire hotel has a charming French provincial design style. There are only 20 suites and each is spacious and bright. Creature comforts include a flat-screen TV, mini-fridge, and free Wi-Fi, but Suites aren't equipped with kitchens. Free breakfast and French fare is served at Le Gourmet restaurant. The hotel's location around the corner from the World Trade Center means transportation links, restaurants, and shops are easy to access. Leisure travelers may want to check rates at the Hampton Inn & Suites Mexico City - Centro Historico.
Hotel & Suites del Parque is an intimate boutique hotel with six floors and a tiny lobby. Surprisingly, the facade (which could use a fresh coat of paint) and interiors are designed with a French provincial flair. The itty bitty lobby has a marble black-and-white diamond floor, yellow striped wallpaper, and a painted mural of the seaside on one wall. A wooden platform holds a single table and two chairs. The French restaurant, popular with locals, is located on the first floor as well. Overall, the ambience is functional and warm. The vast majority of visitors here are Mexican and international business travelers.
For business travelers who prefer to walk rather than rely on taxis and public transportation, the hotel's location is ultra convenient. The immediate neighborhood is teeming with offices, restaurants, banks, shops, pharmacies, and street vendors, especially on busy Dakota Street. It's a four-minute walk to the World Trade Center and adjacent Poliforum Siqueiros.
Hotel & Suites del Parque offers the comfort and space of a Suite for what most hotels in this category charge for a standard room. Each of the 20 Suites have a French provincial color palette and decor with laminate wood floors, yellow floral curtains, and striped wallpaper. Wooden furniture and sofas and chairs upholstered in mauve and seafoam green look elegant. Nice extras include a flat-screen TV, free Wi-Fi, mini-fridge, and separate dining area. However, there aren't any cooking facilities. Bathrooms feature a single sink set in a marble vanity and a large glass walk-in shower. Free toiletries and bottled water are provided on the vanity. Large windows with white frames can overlook the street or the back of the property. Those that face Dakota Street have more interesting views, but pick up noise.
Because this is a small boutique hotel, features are quite limited. The highlight serves a free breakfast at the French restaurant, Le Gourmet. Locals and hotel visitors keep the place, and its bustling bar, busy for three meals a day. Wi-Fi is free throughout the hotel. Guests can arrange transportation services via the hotel's private driver or park at the hotel for free. Staff can assist with business needs such as photocopying and faxing. Laundry service is available for a fee.
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