Friday, 7 April 2017

Mexico City: Hotel Geneve - Cosmopolitan and Charming Hotel

On a recent trip to Mexico City a couple of months ago we stayed at the Hotel Geneve, one of the oldest hotels in Mexico City. As you slowly make your way through crowded and busy street you certainly don't expect to arrive at this cosmopolitan hotel where you are given a very warm welcome.
Hotel Geneve within easy reach of most of the city attractions very near to the Angel of Independence monument
but far enough away to be in a quiet(ish) street surrounded by real Mexican life!  The hotel offers the many international and local guests a dedicated concierge service, the Phone Bar on the ground floor has a stunning collection of antique telephones.

On the premises you will also find a fitness centre, spa and the Veranda Bistro Restaurant serving meals all day but excelling at a traditional Mexican breakfast to set you up for the day.
Breakfast Tamales
and a selection of fried tacos along with many other savoury and sweet traditional dishes.
The interior of the hotel is lavish, dressed impressively for the impending Christmas holiday.
The hotel has turned itself into a mini museum celebrating that it has welcomed well known and influential guests for over 100 years including Sir Winston Churchill and Charles Lindberg.
My room had a really comfortable bed with a headboard carved from red cedar wood as well as the usual selection of Wi-Fi, TV, Air-conditioning, safe deposit box, coffee making machine (restocked daily) and more.

I was a guest of Hotel Geneve and the Mexico City Department of Tourism. I was not required to write a positive review.  As usual all opinions and photos are my own.  None of my photographs may be reproduced in any way without my written permission.

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