This hotel, somewhat modest and with a discreet hidden entrance on Francisco I. Madero Street, has seven floors with outdoor balconies and a large terrace on the east side of the square, overlooking the Cathedral, the National Palace and the Mexican flag which, in an admirable exercise of coherence at the surrounding scale, presides over the square with its gigantic size.
Depending on the time you arrive at the La Terraza restaurant, it will be easy for you to find a table and join the army of tourists (mostly ruddy) that, among legañas, unholster their iPhones to take panoramic views from different points of the square.
Here you can take from an orange juice to some rancheros eggs passing through the typical chilaquiles while you take a look, from the heights, to the beat and the coming and going of the epicenter of the Mexican capital. Although the offer is rather conventional and suffers from the overwhelming sophistication of the breakfasts of some boutique hotels in this city or the authentic and greasy charm that can be found in a food market, The views are worth the visit.
Madero 73, Downtown, Mexico City
(01) 55 5521-8600 - 09
From € 100
Four star hotel
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