Hotel Canada

Calle 5 de Mayo, No. 47 | Mexico City 06000  [SEE MAP]Mexico City  [SEE ADDRESS]
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Tripadvisor Traveler Rating 4

Good Budget Choice

Nov 10th, 2019

Not luxurious or particularly charming, but safe, clean and comfortable. The location is exceptional, very close to many attractions and within walking distance of the Zocalo. The free breakfast was very good, but note that the dining room is quite small. There is a lineup most of the time, and you will likely have to share a table with other guests. The staff was very helpful and nice. Because this hotel is in a central location, it's not very quiet. Rooms facing the street can be particulalry noisy during parades. Overall, a good choice if you are on a budget. TRIPADVISOR.COM USER 

Tripadvisor Traveler Rating 5

Great Location

Aug 2nd, 2018

Great Staff!!! thank you. Clean. I had a reservation at Hotel Cuba but was turned away , do not go there very rude, and hotel canada went out of their way to accommodate my wife and I. They were always willing to help the tourists. TRIPADVISOR.COM USER 

Tripadvisor Traveler Rating 1

Turd Bucket

Apr 18th, 2017

This place was terrible. We had a super long layover in Mexico City so we thought we would book a hotel in the historic district so we could make the most of it, HOWEVER this hotel was a complete dump! The people were friendly but the rooms were small, the beds were EXTREMELY UNCOMFORTABLE, the first thing we saw in our room was a cockroach, and the walls are PAPER THIN. Like actually. The guys next door talking literally sounded like they were in our room. When one guy farted it sounded like he was in our bathroom. It was gross and difficult to sleep. Don't stay here. TRIPADVISOR.COM USER 

Tripadvisor Traveler Rating 3

If your ONLY requirement is location, then this might be your spot. Apart from that ...

Mar 9th, 2017

I can't give it a poor rating because the staff was helpful, it appeared to be clean, and the included breakfast was good. Other than that, the rooms are very outdated and gloomy. No AC, but the fan provided was useful. The room itself smelled of old and tacky cleaning products. Bedding was quite outdated, but clean sheets. Carpet also needs updating. Shower water ran all over bathroom floor because of poorly designed floor. Hotel is walking distance from the Zolcalo. This hotel was just not my cup of tea. TRIPADVISOR.COM USER 

Tripadvisor Traveler Rating 3

Great location but no-frills!

Feb 17th, 2017

I was studying abroad in Querétaro (about 2-3 hours north of México City) when my friends and I decided to take a weekend break to MEX; this hotel/break was organized by our study abroad outreach staff. Firstly, this hotel is in a FANTASTIC location; it's right in the historic (and beautiful) Federal District. It's less than a block away from some incredible México City sights: the Zócalo Plaza, National Palace, Museo del Templo Mayor, and Palace of Fine Arts. Although it's obviously a busy and touristy area, we all felt very safe. The hotel is definitely a budget hotel; we're college students so, of course, we didn't really mind, but I don't know if I'd recommend it for businesspeople or families (although we did see families staying there). There's not really a "common room" or space to hangout besides the pretty small lobby. It's more of a place to rest your head at night, and be away from all day exploring the city. Due to these lack of luxuries, I'd recommend it mainly for students/travelers/backpackers. The elevator *is* really small so more often than not, we walked (which left us very out of breath!). The rooms are small and without much design/big windows, but totally functional! I shared a room with two of my classmates - and we each got our own beds (which were fine) and an en suite bathroom (which was very clean and had hot water; sometimes a rarity in México!). However, the selling point (besides the location) of this hotel is the incredible rooftop. Breakfast is complimentary (but served very, very early; we were up at about 6am) and it's on their enclosed rooftop terrace. The breakfast is pretty good -- but being able to see the sunrise over Colonial México City through large ivy-enshrined windows is something else. In short, it's very much a budget hotel -- but if lack of frills doesn't bother you, it's the perfect place! TRIPADVISOR.COM USER 

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