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Best Western Majestic Hotel

1,070 reviews
+52 55 5521 8600

Top Amenities

Free Wifi
Child Care
Bar or Lounge

The Best Western Majestic is a Historic Hotel Overlooking Madero Avenue

What Do the Rooms Include?

Guest rooms at the Best Western Majestic put everything you need to enjoy a comfortable stay close at hand. Take advantage of complimentary features such as Internet access, local calls, bottled water, and an espresso maker. You can settle down to watch cable TV or relax and enjoy the free bathroom amenities. Other useful amenities include daily housekeeping, a turn-down service, and limited room service. Rollaways, cribs, and infant beds are available on request.

What Amenities are Available?

Start the day with a delicious breakfast or pop out to one of the nearby restaurants to sample the local cuisine. The hotel also an on-site restaurant, La Terraza, and a lounge that’s open throughout the day. You can take advantage of handy extras such as bellhop services, dry cleaning, luggage storage, and a safe-deposit box at the front desk. Explore Mexico City with the help of the hotel’s tour and ticket service.

What Will a Night in the Best Western Majestic Cost Me?

Despite its enviable setting and grand surroundings, the Best Western Majestic is among the cheapest hotels in Mexico City. Rates here start from around $60 USD a night. Plus, children under the age of 10 can stay free. Be aware that the hotel charges for more sheets and towels, and you may also be liable to pay local sales and city taxes.

What’s the Bottom Line?

The Best Western Majestic attracts mixed reviews, although most guest reviews comment favorably on cleanliness and the views from the hotel. Other guests speak of patchy Internet access and a hotel that’s perhaps a little dated compared to its original splendour. Despite these comments, this hotel offers a reasonably priced stay that places you within steps of many Mexico City hotspots. Those points alone should make the Best Western Majestic a contender for your stay.


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Av Francisco I. Madero 73, Centro,
Mexico City, 06000
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User Highlights
"Fabulous location" "Fantastic location"
99% liked the proximity to sightseeing.
City centre within easy reach, said 97%.
"Excellent staff" "Front staff helped us"
81% found the staff to be very friendly.
80% thought the service was very professional.
"Hardly any hot water" "Didn't have Air-Conditioner"
97% thought the view was good.
85% complained about the bathroom.
Value for money
"Including made-to-order omelets" "Reasonable room price"
71% said the breakfast was too expensive.
"Building is old" "Blaring music"
95% criticized the unstylish hotel.
75% enjoyed the friendly atmosphere.
"Overpriced breakfast"
71% said the breakfast was too expensive.
"Noisy during the night" "There was no A/C"
58% didn't like the uncomfortable beds.
89% thought it was too noisy.
"Soiled walls" "Stained carpet"
72% said rooms were dirty.
81% said the bathroom was dirty.
"No Wi-Fi" "Internet access limited"
94% said the wifi quality was bad.

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Great view
Hotel could use some updating
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Friendly service
Expert Reviews
Rough Guide
Luxury Best Western hotel on the Zócalo with bags of character, is considerably cheaper than many of the places in the Zona Rosa and has many of the same facilities.
Lonely Planet
This Best Western franchise has a lot going for it, including an attractive colonial in­terior, an unbeatable location and perhaps the most panoramic terrace restaurant on the Zócalo.
Located directly across from the National Palace in Mexico City's central square, the Best Western Hotel Majestic occupies one of the most spectacular pieces of real estate in the city.
Hotel Information
Bar or Lounge
Business Center
Child Care
Free Wifi
No Smoking
From 2:00pm*must be 18 or older to check-in
Until 12:00pm
# of Rooms
  • Breakfast Fee: MXN 195 per person (approximately)