Eurostars Zona Rosa Suites

Address: C/. Londres, 115, Colonia Juarez, Chihuahua, Northern Mexico, 06600, Mexico | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Reforma/Downtown area of Colonia Juarez, is near Frida Kahlo Museum (Museo Frida Kahlo), Museo de Cera de la Ciudad de México, Museo Ripley's Ciudad de México, and Sergio Bustamante.
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TravelPod Member ReviewsEurostars Zona Rosa Suites Colonia Juarez

Reviewed by analegge

3 Nights Mexico City

Reviewed Sep 20, 2014
by (75 reviews) Wellington , New Zealand Flag of New Zealand

Central in the Zona Rosas district. Large quiet room with separate lounge. Fridge, coffee. Good bathroom with plenty of toiletries. Very good bed. Plenty of storage and an iron! A TV in both rooms. Very good value. $A100 pn

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TripAdvisor Reviews Eurostars Zona Rosa Suites Colonia Juarez

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Travel Blogs from Colonia Juarez

La Paz to Mexico City

A travel blog entry by analegge on Sep 21, 2014

Had a truly dreadful nights sleep last night waiting for the alarm at 3.45am. At 4.15 left the hotel with our driver, who was one of the waiters,for the climb up the mountain to El Alto airport. The city was still awake with clubbers pouring out of bars. Just like any city in the world. I got the full bag search at the airport which I had very …

Imbibing on Insurgentes

A travel blog entry by maryvcontrary on Jun 12, 2015

... it looks a bit like semen) and it has a slight fizz that's normal in fermented drinks. We both got a mug of Mamey flavoured Pulque and despite the texture I really enjoyed mine. So much so that I ordered a second glassful, this time of pecan nut flavour. Stuart on the other hand was not a fan and decided to stick to the beer after he finished his. Other flavours such as Mango and Amaranto are common too and i'm hoping to try them before we ...

Informal economy: tradition? Mexico´s Tianguis

A travel blog entry by mexitraveller on Jun 09, 2015

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... one is famous (or was) because people would say that you could buy something and then the next corner you would be mugged and the new purchase would be taken from you... Whether that is true or not I am not sure. I have only been in Tepito once and that was too many years ago to remember. I went there because I really wanted my white converse shoes and Tepito was the place to get them at half price.

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A travel blog entry by khaikhai on May 05, 2015

... yeah, the power of connections and networking. But more importantly, what amazed me is the warm hospitality of Mexicans. Or at least the ones that I have encountered so far. These people barely know me and vice versa but yet, they went out of their way to help me. So Gerardo, actually came down, 1.5 hours train ride away, directly to my lobby to fetch me because I did not know my way around, I couldn't speak Spanish, and I haven't bought my Mexican telephone line yet. ...

Hola Mexico City!

A travel blog entry by frolan on Nov 14, 2014

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... I laughed way more then I thought. Susan Sarandon as drunk grandma was a hoot to watch. Anywa, landing in Houston I had forgotten how massive the airport was and by this time I needed to pee, get some US money, get some food and make my connecting flight. I thought I would have ample time but quickly realized that was not the case at all. I had to walk a pretty decent distance before boarding some transfer train and then walk some more. I did make it and managed to get ...