Polanco is an interesting zone of México, D.F with many places to eat and it is safety to walk. The Alteza hotel have good conditions, the rooms are clean and spcious. The staff is very friendly. They need to improve the Internet service, it is terrible! I had many problems with the acces and some basic works, like the review of mail.
Nice hotel in a great location. And hotel staff was very helpful. Room service food was also nicer than we expected. We were there on Thanksgiving and the hotel surprised us with some delicious pecan cake. Nice touch!
The Hotel is old but still very nice. The architecture is very Mexican and dramatic (both in good ways). The room was a little noisy, as you can hear all that happens in the room above and in the hallway. The rest very good.
"best boutique hotel in the city, amazing location"
this 35 room luxury hotel provides the true boutique experience at it's best, staff remembers your preferences, always near but not intrusive service. Loved the touches everywhere such as sterling silver sugar set at every table for breakfast, complimentary mini bar, house made custom soaps. Beautiful spa, and small practical gym.
It has the feeling of arriving home. I would say it is more for couples and business travelers.
Truly a great experience.
Traveller from miami
Las Alcobas- a new luxury modern boutique property- refining the art of hospitality in the capital citys posh Polanco …More
Hotel is nice. Well kept. Staff is great very helpful. Internet was spotty. Almost no Englush language television stations.
Restaurant/bar is very nice although wait staff speaks little English. Got by fine.
The Polanco area is a collection of seven neighborhoods bordering Mexico City’s famed Chapultepec Park. Both residential and commercial, the area hosts trendy night clubs and high-end boutiques. Chapultepec Park contains many cultural and recreational attractions, including the amazing Anthropology Museum, with the largest collection of pre-Columbian art in the Americas on display.