Hotel Regente City
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Regente City Mexico City
The hotel is described as being in a good location. While it is only one block from the main road through the city (Paseo De La Reforma), it really looks like a sleazy part of town. My room is large and well lit by natural light from floor to ceiling windows. Breakfast is buffet and pretty ordinary. The hotel has a 4 star rating - not sure how they arrive at that. However, it is comfortable and the staff try to be as helpful as they can with their limited English and my non-existent Spanish. If you don't mind the area you are staying in and not fussed about breakfast, then I would recommend this hotel for you.
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