Hotel & Suites del Parque
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
Photos of Hotel & Suites del Parque
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel & Suites del Parque Mexico City
Travel Blogs from Mexico City
... eating a very tasty mexican meal on a balcony over looking the main square when the protest passed by, very entertaining. We just loved the Centro, there was so many old ancient buildings mixed in amongst the new, alot of the old ones are UNISECO listed and we can easily see why. We wondered through the many streets and inside some lovely buildings including a beautiful old church. I would have loved to take more photos ...
... about the show since it was close to show time and the 17,000 seater arena was pretty empty. All good, Mexicans like to be fashionably late. As the matches progress, the crowds get bigger. It is pretty good entertainment - all completely fake but still good to watch. For big guys, the wrestlers are pretty quick on their feet and at times acrobatic. I don't care if the falls are fake but if someone kicks you in the gut from flying off the ring that would still hurt. We are seated near ...
... of Fire and the Pyramid of Water.
The first Pyramid we say was the Pyramid of Quetzalcoatl (Feathered Serpent), there are actually two pyramids there one in front of the other. It is theorized that, because the second pyramid has no images or carvings of Quetzalcoatl that there may have been a cultural revolution or some other reason that Quetzalcoatl fell out of favor of the people. We were given a demonstration on how the ancient people developed the red ...
... of state until 1940. Emperor Maximilian used this hilltop residence when he ruled during the Second Mexican Empire (1864-1867). Chapultepec, a large forest, has great sidewalks, numerous national mounuments, museums (notably the national Museum of Anthropology), manicured gardens, a huge lake, art sculptures, etc.
When we arrived early Sunday morning, there was a NBA (National Basketball Association) event underway. Many small "three on ...
... wedding, which (just so that you understand how complicated it all was) included a legalised, apostilled, officially translated copy of my birth certificate, copies & originals of all parents & witnesses' IDs and visas, a proof of address for Queretaro (where we didn't live) & medical tests & certificates to prove neither of us had AIDS or any other nasty diseases which could be dated no more than 2 weeks prior ...