Hotel Canada

Address: Calle 5 de Mayo 47, Mexico City, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 06000, Mexico | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Centro Historico area of Mexico City, is near National Museum of Art, Palacio de Minería, Monte de Piedad, and Ex Convento de Santa Clara.
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          • Restaurant


          • Breakfast Available
          • Non-smoking hotel
          • Non-smoking rooms
          • Free High-Speed Internet
          • Family rooms


          • Airport Transportation
          • Multilingual staff
          • Continental Breakfast
          • Room service
          • Business Services

          TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Canada Mexico City

          Reviewed by borntorun46

          Hotel Canada, Mexico City

          Reviewed Nov 26, 2011
          by (13 reviews) , United States Flag of United States

          The staff are nice enough. The rooms are lovely and the hot water is plentyfull. The best part is the rooftop restaurant where you can enjoy your free, excellent breakfast, even if the waitstaff are like zombies. The price is a little high but the value of the breakfast with the view of the city makes it worth it.

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          TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Canada Mexico City

          3.00 of 5 stars Good

          Travel Blogs from Mexico City

          BACK TO THE DF

          A travel blog entry by tezzatravels on Jan 31, 2014

          5 photos

          ... of mushroom soup and a 7-Up 70 MP. My appetite has gone south the last few days. That's not a bad thing with the general heaviness of Mexican meals. Slowly going through the small change. Browsed the shops but anything of interest was going to be rather fragile to carry.

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          The Climb of a Lifetime and I did it!

          A travel blog entry by asolotraveler on Oct 01, 2013

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          ... Ricardo, Ernesto, Victor, Alexander and Martin in the living room where other travelers were sitting around talking and having a "free" glass of wine and I joined in. Travelers from all over the world were there enjoying each other and the stories that were shared. I listened and then added my 2 cents to the conversation. Soon people began to leave to go to dinner and I went to my room for the night. I re ...

          Mexico DF

          A travel blog entry by tomrichards on Jun 28, 2013

          41 photos

          ... br>
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          Our last Mexico City Day Tour - South Side

          A travel blog entry by onighjoy on Jan 29, 2013

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          ... see a spectacular tile mural on the outside wall of Teatro de Los Insurgentes or in English, the Theatre on Insurgentes Avenue. The detail was beautiful and it amazes me how they put this together. Its like one big billion piece jig-saw puzzle. When they started making this, imagine sorting and trying to find the specific colour for a spot and then also making sure you put the tile in the right position. Incredible.

          Third stop and one of the highlights of the day, ...

          3. Mexico is a dangerous place

          A travel blog entry by mlloyd on Jul 13, 2012

          ... on my week’s experience in Mexico, I’ve decided that the “rules of the road” are just suggestions there. Turn signals, stop lights, lanes... all optional. Everyone jammed themselves into whatever spot they wanted to be in, regardless of who was already there or about to be there. Many times I thought another vehicle was about to scrape the side of the one I was in. In Mexico City, there were pedestrians everywhere, sometimes ...