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Hostal Amigo

2-star2 stars
Isabel la Católica 61-A Col., Centro Del. Cuauhtémoc, Mexico City, CDMX, 06060, Mexico

Art Deco hostel with bar/lounge, near Ayuntamiento (City Hall)
  • Free buffet breakfast and free WiFi in lobby
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From 212 reviews. TripAdvisor Traveller Rating.

TripAdvisor Traveller Rating

Location
Great location
Service
Fantastic service
Room
Room needs to be improved
Food
Food could be better

Hostal Amigo

from ZAR 211
  • Standard Double Room, Shared Bathroom
  • Twin Room, 2 Twin Beds, Shared Bathroom
  • Single Bed in 4-Bed Dormitory Room
  • Single Bed in 8-Beds Dormitory Room
  • Single Bed in 10-Bed Dormitory Room
  • Suite, Private Bathroom
  • Shared Dormitory, Women only
  • Shared Dormitory, Mixed Dorm (6 beds)

What’s around Hostal Amigo

Landmarks

  • In Downtown Mexico City
  • Ayuntamiento (City Hall) - 7 min walk
  • Plaza de la Constitucion - 7 min walk
  • Zocalo - 8 min walk
  • Metropolitan Cathedral (Catedral Metropolitana) - 9 min walk
  • Torre Latinoamericana - 10 min walk
  • Palacio Nacional - 10 min walk
  • Palacio Postal - 12 min walk

Getting around

  • Mexico City, Distrito Federal (MEX-Mexico City Intl.) - 7 min drive
  • Toluca, Estado de Mexico (TLC-Toluca Intl.) - 43 min drive
  • Mexico City Buenavista Station - 4 min drive
  • Mexico City Fortuna Station - 10 min drive
  • Tlalnepantla de Baz Station - 14 min drive
  • Isabel la Catolica Station - 5 min walk
  • San Juan de Letran Station - 7 min walk
  • Allende Station - 9 min walk

At a glance

Key facts

Size

  • 17 rooms
  • Arranged over 2 floors

Arriving/leaving

  • Check-in time 3 PM-midnight
  • Check-out time is 11 AM

Required at check-in

  • Credit card or cash deposit required

  • Government-issued photo ID required

Travelling with others

Children

  • No cribs (infant beds)

Pets

  • No pets or service animals allowed

Internet

  • Free WiFi in public areas

Transport

Parking

  • No parking

Payment types at the property

Other information

  • Smoke-free property
* See small print for additional details or extra charges

At the hostel

Food and drink
  • Free buffet breakfast daily
  • Bar/lounge
Things to do
  • Billiards or pool table
Working away
  • Conference space size (feet) - 1615
  • Conference space size (meters) - 150
  • Computer station
Services
  • 24-hour front desk
  • Concierge services
  • Tours/ticket assistance
  • Free grocery shopping service
  • Luggage storage
  • Multilingual staff
Facilities
  • Number of buildings/towers - 1
  • Year Built - 2005
  • Safe-deposit box at front desk
  • Television in common areas

In the room

Sleep well
  • Down comforter
  • Blackout drapes/curtains
  • Pillowtop mattress
Things to enjoy
  • Individually furnished
More
  • Daily housekeeping

Hostal Amigo’s small print

Also known as

  • Hostal Amigo
  • Hostal Amigo Mexico City
  • Hostal Amigo Hostel Mexico City

Policies

This property does not have elevators.

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Recent reviews

Good 7,6 From 76 reviews

Exceptional 10,0
Budget friendly
I stayed here for a week and a half. I would do so again if I were traveling on a strict budget, or only for a night or two. The staff were all very friendly and helpful. Their English was good, but not fluent. The hostel is very bare-bones. The beds are hard mat cots on bunk beds. I had to walk up two floors to my room, no elevator. The breakfast is very simple but good. The cook (who doesn't speak English) makes a hot Mexican dish to go with the cold cereal, yogurt, jello, etc. every morning. I couldn't get the wifi from my room, but I did have the foresight to take the bed beside the only power outlet in the room. They don't allow outside alcohol into the hotel, but you can buy bottles of beer from them at more or less the going price (35$.) They also have water and soda at reasonable prices. It's in the Centro Historico, the area isn't exactly glamorous, but it felt reasonably safe. Like I said, I would go again if back in Mexico City, which is an absolute must-visit at least once in your life!
Kyle, us11 night trip
Very good 8,0
good for the price
good atention staffs, convinient location.
usOther trip
Very good 8,0
Perfect location for a newcomer to CDMX!
This was my very first solo trip and first time in Mexico. I didn't know anything much about the location or the hostel, but it turned out to be the perfect spot, almost right at the center of the Zocalo and la Palacio de Bellas Artes. Walking along Calle Madero gives you tons of shopping and food options, and connects you to the whole city. Brenda and the rest of the staff at Hostal Amigo are really nice. They all speak at least some English and are willing to help you find your way around, book a tour, and get settled in for your stay. Just step out of the hostel and you find yourself in the middle of Mexico City life. Breakfast is offered every morning from 8-10, but you might want to grab your own outside. This isn't a problem at all though, because food is really quite cheap and tasty all around. The rooms and bathrooms are relatively clean, not hotel-level of course, but I didn't have any major complaints. If you're looking for a spot with a view, this probably isn't the place (or maybe there are other spaces with views), but for someone who just needs a spot to keep their things and sleep, but is out most of the day, Hostal Amigo is just the spot. One other thing I was a little thrown off by at first is that there is absolutely nowhere inside the room to properly lock up items if you're using a cable lock. There's a small safe that I couldn't get open, but eventually I decided I didn't need it, as I had a private room and I felt pretty safe just locking my door.
Arlene, usOther trip
Exceptional 10,0
Excellent Hostal right in the middle of the action
This is the second time I have stayed at Hostal Amigo and once again another great experience. The staff are bi-lingual and very welcoming travelers. Amigo tours is also run out of the Hostal and they offer amazing day tours, I did the pyramid tour of Teotihuacán and it was excellent. The night desk person, Janet, suggested the tour and also told me other places of interest that would be good to visit while staying in Mexico City.
Michael, us6 night trip
Good 6,0
Friendly and well located budget hostel/hotel
Decent stay in budget hotel; had a suite with private bathroom; bed was fine, bathroom a bit outdated but big and ok, breakfast was rather poor, no elevator, internet PC in lobby was slow, Wifi in buidling was also not fast, TV/Cable was not good; people were very friendly.
Dietmar, us1 night trip

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