This is a great hotel...not close to airport but the closest you can get....15 min by taxi. Delicious restaurant attached to hotel. Lovely rooms and gracious staff whose reservation agents all spoke English if you must have that. Sit in the restaurant and gaze up at spectacular view of Christo Rey on the mountain. Mexico: que bueno!
I stayed at this hotel for 9 nights on a business trip. Having not mastered the Spanish language yet, it helped that the majority of the staff spoke English. The rooms were clean and what you would expect from a Holiday Inn Express. I found the bed to be a bit to hard for my liking, but this is common for most hotel chains I have stayed at. The hotel did have a breakfast buffet every morning. My biggest complaint was the breakfast was the same every morning. Overcooked bacon, ham lunch meat, scrambled eggs, refried beans, chips and salsa, some fruits and cereals. The milk was warm. After a few mornings the breakfast just got old. There was an Applebees attached to the hotel for other meals. I found the Applebees to be a big disappointment. The first night I had a pasta dish and the pasta was undercooked. I sent it back and the pasta was overcooked and mushy. Having been to Mexico before, eating at different places, and knowing what is available, it was a huge disappointment. The hambu...
Close to airport, comfortable bed, can order basic meals to room, good TV and bathroom, quiet though close to highway. Room is very basic. Most staff don't speak English. Nothing around it at all. Hotel felt empty. Airport shuttle bus doesn't run on weekends, but front desk calls a taxi for us that arrived quickly.
They have free airport shuttle and right across from airport.They also have free breakfast. The beds are really comfortable and staff very friendly. The location I arrived at 10:30pm and was hungry but there was nothing open and hotel kitchen was also closed.The rooms are small and restroom doors are awkward kind of see through.
Huge, classic facility with natural spring pools and bathtubs The facility is a bit out of the way, meaning that you may drive through something that may seem like a Mexican Ghetto. If you can manage to not get lost, you'll be safe, even if you feel like you may not be. Make sure you have GPS or really know how to get here.