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Top 10 Barrio Antiguo Hotels

Top 10 Barrio Antiguo Hotels

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4.8/5
Outstanding
12 Reviews
San Francisco 330, Monterrey, Nuevo Leon, Mexico
"I have commented before, breakfast is rich, the surrounding environment is good, shopping is more convenient. The hardware and facilities of the room facilities are relatively poor, small and old, without windows."
"Very suitable"
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2




0/5
0 Reviews
Avenida del Roble 670, Valle del Campestre, San Pedro Garza Garcia, Nuevo Leon, Mexico
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3




4.6/5
Outstanding
10 Reviews
Avenida Lazaro Cardenas,2424. Trebol Park, Monterrey, Nuevo Leon, Mexico
"5 star hotel. Very modern. Mini bar in room as well as full 750ml bottles of a few standards (Tequila, Mezcal, Scotch, etc.). espresso machine (mornings), antique style radio, turntable and Mezcal shots (in the evening) Huge TV. Quality glassware and service set for drinks. Rubber Ducky and quality soap, shampoo, and conditioner. Very attractive box that held washcloths, hand lotion, sewing kit, shower cap, and other assorted items. Super large towels. Well thought out room design and layout/floor-plan. Automatic curtains and lights when you came into the room. Nice large shower and bath tub area with awesome rain type shower head. Very comfortable king size bed with fluffy comforter and pillows. Slippers, robe, sweatsuit type wrap if you got cold in the room, Classic 5 star luxury hotel. Great restaurant on the 18th floor. Housekeeping and cleanliness were great. Would highly recommend and will definitely be back."
"Service and facilities are superb. I went to celebrate my birthday and personnel was very attentive. I stayed at a wellness suite and loved the idea of being able to use the spa facilities at any time. Everything is excellent. l would definitely stay again. They just forgot to have the healthy snacks but I called and brought the right away. Other than that I have no complaints. "
"Live Aqua is the best hotel in San Pedro. The staff is excellent; they go the extra mile to meet their customer expectations. Luis the Key Manager at the Live Aqua is one of the best employees in the hotel. He will personally help his team to assist their customers. The Live Aqua and Grand Fiesta Americana are one of the cleanest hotels that I ever stayed in."
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4




5/5
Perfect
11 Reviews
Diego Rivera 500 Fraccionamiento Valle Oriente, Monterrey, Nuevo Leon, Mexico
"Very good hotel"
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5




4.5/5
Excellent
5 Reviews
Av. Manuel Gomez Morin y Rio Missouri, Punto Valle, San Pedro Garza Garcia, Nuevo Leon, Mexico
"Hotel is brand spanking new, and its amazing. Gorgeous finishes and details, great attentive staff, and a pleasure to stay here. I would not do justice to even trying to describe the level of detail and beauty that went into this hotel. -Fantastic lobby, restaurant, public spaces. -Staff is wonderful, friendly, attentive and always smiling -Pool area amazing. Looks and feels comfortable for a dip but posh for a drink. Heated, warm pool for swimming -Gym nice, clean, stocked with equipment -Club lounge gorgeous with views, great food, and friendly service Safe area to walk around in. Did several after dark walks to taquerias and never felt unsafe. Fantastic grocery store one block south on main road, great to pick up snacks, wine etc (also oxxo and 7-11 near by). Connected to mall if you're into that. Great restos and shops nearby. Overall, I would say this hotel is a destination hotel. You would be comfortable and content not leaving:) Really enjoyed our stay!"
"The General Manager and Restaurants Manager have done a great job of opening this beautiful new location and exceeding all of my expectations! Pleasant front desk. Check in / check out was fast and efficient. Even though this property just opened there were no process issues! Delicious, high quality food is at available at the restaurant and when dining in, and the service service is impeccable. Stunning views of the Monterrey metroplex make the roof top a good place to relax and socialize. This property is connected to the new Punto Valle mall, so shopping is very convenient. Spacious, well appointed and quiet rooms with comfortable beds, large bathrooms, large screen tv. I can't recommend this property highly enough for business or pleasure. I travel for business to Monterrey and I am very pleased with this Westin. It is now my first choice when visiting the Monterrey / San Pedro area."
"The hotel is brand new. It has a nice interior design, as it is well known at Westin hotels and its personnel act accordingly. However, the hotel lacks to offer a parking service. As a guest, you’re forced to park at the shopping center where the hotel is at. Not a good option and overpriced. Further, we had the misfortune of having bad neighbors. It’s not the neighbors fault, it’s a poor design’s consequence because the rooms are noisy. You could even listen to the sound of cars from the avenue which runs right beside the hotel and we were staying on the 7th floor out of 10 floors available. Overall, the hotel is nice as typically a Westin is. But a poor project planning precludes in the stay experience of their guests. "
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6




3.9/5
10 Reviews
Vasconcelos 150 Oriente, Monterrey, Nuevo Leon, Mexico
"I am a Business traveler who is on the road most weeks and wanted a change from the regular hotels. Obviously people’s tastes on design are very individual and so I can appreciate aspects of the hotel that appeal to people. However I think good designs are also functional. This is an example in my opinion where there was zero attempt to also make it a hotel that would appeal to frequent travelers. The staff were friendly and the rooms clean. From a functionality perspective it was like being on a treasure hunt to work out simple things. I should of realized it was going to be an experience when I saw the entrance to the hotel and reception which looked like a car rental booth. The room was like a treasure hunt to find basic amenities.Example the faucets in the bathroom - how do you turn on the water - did it work through motion as I couldn’t see any faucets. Eventually I found the faucets hidden to the left of the sink at a lower level. The shower had no glass so basically you ended up walking around on wet marble floor which you need to do carefully. The room had no iron or ironing board which I have seen at other hotels but never understand.The bed and sofa in the room were designed for tiny people - very low off the ground. The hotel had beautiful views of the mountains and the city. I had planned to stay at the hotel next week due to a return trip but I will be looking at other options. I think the hotel is fine for a fun non business trip experience."
"We wanted to spend a night here and enjoy the pool. The check-in area was very small, simple, and basic which we didn’t mind. We arrived early(12noon) and was told that we could be in our room by 1pm. So we dropped our backpacks and walked to the mall 4 blocks away for lunch. We came back @ 2pm and our room was ready. We liked the clean black & white theme room with big tub 👍🏻 To soak in. We loved the rooftop pools bar with views of the mountains. We had drinks up there while relaxing in the pools. We went downstairs for dinner @ one of the restaurants( Mar Del Sur). The food was good for us. Then we came back to the rooftop bar and pools to enjoy club music with local young people socializing. After 9 pm we went back to our room. You can hear music from downstairs bar & restaurants, but we didn’t mind as we knew about it. It puts us to sleep anyway. 😉 The air con was nice and cool in the room. We had a good stay. "
"This hotel makes you feel out of town. The rooftop bar has an amazing view over the city of San Pedro, it is a real sexy hotel to spend a weekend with your loved one. The beds are super low almost ground level, Im not sure I loved that, but the rainshower compensated that."
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7




3.5/5
5 Reviews
Avenida Manuel Gómez Morín 285,Col Valle del Campestre, San Pedro Garza Garcia, Nuevo Leon, Mexico
"I live in Monterrey but since i had a couple of business meetings far from home I decided to stay in this hotel for one night since its new (decided to give it a try), the price is fair, and it was located near the place of my meetings. I had a wonderful stay, the staff is super attentive, and the food at the hotel's restaurant (Reys Cafe) is delicious! They have a great menu, I highly recommend the "panela" pancakes for breakfast. The rooms are beautifully decorated, and, the location is the best in san pedro! Its in front of Paseo San Pedro, near HEB supermarket and just around to Arboleda, so theres lots of options for shopping and/or having a good meal, highly recommended!"
"I will start of by saying we booked 3 rooms in advance on their website about 3 weeks prior. I was so exited because it’s suppose to be a new concept and the pictures from their Instagram page looked stunning especially the Terrace with the pool .... We arrived on Sat October 17,2020 . First of all the hotel was kind of hard to find so once we found it we went in to register (let me tell you when booking with them they ask for your time of checking in so they can have your rooms ready ) Only one one was ready so I was ok that fine we can wait for the rest of the rooms . We go in to the restaurant area and sit to be waited (there was a manager on other tables working away , the gentleman acknowledged us and smiled ) there was 1 person attending to tables which there was no one but us sitting but he passes us and walks away (we were thinking well maybe he’ll come back in a sec ) it took about 20 minutes and nothing so we ask the one of the managers if he could call the waiter and indeed he goes on to look for him (takes about 10 more minutes ) comes back and says the waiter will be shortly (why in my right mind would I still wait to be attended after 30 min well I have no idea ) then after 10 more minutes the waiter / bartender / room attendant arrives (yes he was doing all three at the same time , so I do understand it wasn’t his fault ) he takes our order and after a while brings it to us which the food was good ( we haven’t even gotten to the room yet ).After several hours of waiting for our rooms there ready .... as I go in there’s a smell so as always I check all the room to make sure it’s in good standing well it wasn’t exactly ( at this point I’m very dissatisfied but maybe it’s not as bad as it looks ) The tub is dirty not super dirty but dirty , there’s no towel to dry your hands only 2 for the shower ( they do have a good size hand wash and shampoo and conditioner ) we head downstairs to go shopping (there’s a shopping mall across the street ) I was going to tell the receptionist about the room but there seems to be a I’ll be back in 10 min all the time . When we return I let her know about the room and she lets room service know (they did there best to clean the room )..... towards the late evening we decide to go to the terrace to do some swimming and check out the view ..... they returned us back because they had a wedding !!!! Maybe if they would’ve let us know before check in we would’ve just booked somewhere else .... ok so then we go next door for dinner and drinks and return by 11:30 pm guess who didn’t sleep ?!!! The wedding was above us and it didn’t end till after 2 am .... the bed was comfy I’ll give them that .... so when I can finally go to sleep the sunlight is hitting me in the face !!!! They only had sheer curtains in my room .... so we were up and early .... I did let the receptionist know but didn’t really say anything !!!! So my and all of my family had a very bad experience in this hotel .... by the way I paid ab"
"They are a small hotel, but the fact that they’re small does not make them “boutique” (that’s something earned through high end amenities, rooms and service). Their front desk service is exceptional , I have to give them that, they have very nice and amazing people, BUT the hotel rooms are cheaply made, and worse than that...the amenities: one of the worst I have ever experienced (from a pubic hair on the sheets, to dirty towels, to garbage to make a tv stand work, to a door with a broken lock, to lack of toilet paper on the room they moved us to -because of all the horrible things in the first room-, to an unpleasant odor in the room, to chemical stains on the tub). A hard pass on this place. Would not recommend it AT ALL (specially if you’re used to real boutique hotels experiences, this is definitely a let down). Avoid."
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8




4/5
Very Good
11 Reviews
Avenida Lazaro Cardenas, 2424. Trebol Park, Monterrey, Nuevo Leon, Mexico
"The location is good, there are several big hotels and large shopping malls around. The bedding is good. Shopping and eating are very convenient. It is inconvenient to have a shower without a shower in the bathroom, and there is a charge for coffee."
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9




4.2/5
Very Good
6 Reviews
Lázaro Cárdenas 1002 Del, Valle Oriente, San Pedro Garza Garcia, Nuevo Leon, Mexico
"I could say that it didn't start well. When I arrived, tired after 15 hours of travelling, 12 of which had been flying, I needed sleep like never before. I was given room 2612 on the top floor of the hotel and then discovered that I had left my toothbrush and toothpaste in England. Silly me, and all credit to the hotel. Within five minutes a man arrived at my door with a toothbrush. Minutes later I decided to take the lift down to the front desk in order to buy some toothpaste. After cleaning my teeth I clambered into bed only to realise that a deep, pulsating sound of machinery was going to prevent me from sleeping. How anybody on the 26th floor can sleep, I don't know. I called reception again and within five minutes another man arrived and took me down three floors to a junior suite with automatic curtains. The sound of machinery had disappeared and I fell asleep. So, hats off to the Real Inn for their quick responses. The rooms are of good quality. The bathrooms are amazing, equipped as they are with rain showers and everything you might need for a decent wash in the morning. The bed, incidentally, was huge and certainly wider than it was long, but I slept well even if jet lag woke me up at an ungodly hour. On my first night I awoke around 0355hrs; on my second I managed 0444hrs and as soon as I've written this review I'll hit the sack and we'll see what time I wake up tomorrow. Last night I had a full eight hours sleep as I went to bed early, around 2100hrs. And then, of course, there's breakfast. The great leveller, the chief benchmark, in my opinion, of whether a hotel is good or bad. The Real Inn passed with flying colours. There was such a variety of hot food. For the first two mornings I opted for scrambled egg with diced potatoes followed by a yoghurt and some cereal and a couple of small pastries, not forgetting the vanilla tea. This morning - and yes I'm still in the hotel as I write this review - I thought I'd go the whole hog and have a Sunday roast. Yes, it's possible! I had roasted potatoes and chicken and there were vegetables blended in with the potatoes, so it was authentic enough. I won't lie, I'll probably do the same tomorrow. I had lunch in the restaurant yesterday (arrabiatta) and just now I had dinner (salmon fillet with vegetables). Both meals were perfect and what made them great was the music and the environment. First, the music: sixties, seventies and eighties, stuff like So Lonely by The Police; the Rolling Stones, Pop Music by M, Abba, the Doors, everything and all the original artists too. Yesterday, as I ate the pasta in the heat of the afternoon, I was taken right back to lazy holidays in European resorts and just a second ago, when I was tucking in to the salmon I just felt good being there, by the poolside, alone with my own thoughts, looking at the city at night and the houses on the hillsides twinkling in the early evening darkness. There's a pool and I enjoyed two excellent swims. There's a gym"
"The hotel is pretty new. I heard that it was built last year. An indoor corridor connects the hotel with a giant mall. My room spacious with minimal decoration, the whole room was in grey and light brown color tones with only one big black and white street scene picture on the wall. There were plenty of electrical outlets for your devices. The floor wasn’t carpeted, but with either real wood floor or faux wood. The bed and bedding were comfortable. I loved the shower. The faucet is on the opposite site of a fairly big shower head so that you won’t get splashed with cold water before you adjust the water with right temperature. The shower is big enough for two adults and a child. I don’t like the bathroom door which you need to push open and then find the commode behind the door. In the middle of the night for bathroom, you need to be more awake I order to find the commode. There is a safe in the closet. One thing I found missing is a clock. Maybe the hotel thought we all have led tonic devices for time and they didn’t need to provide one. Wifi worked very well. It took me a long to,e to check in and checkout. I also noticed that it took a while for everyone to check out. There were only two clerks working no matter how long the lines were. A farmer and a son were in different lines respectively to see who would get to the front desk. The front desk clerk insisted that my client didn’t pre-paid the room and breakfast. So I relented to have my credit card to hold the entire amount until my client contacted them. My client did later and I also went to the front desk to doublecheck, the. We I checked out, there was still a dispute on this. Another clerk had to check and whole thing. A maid actually opens my door when I was in there. She did knock faintly and I thought it was the next door. Then she opened the door and saw the reflection in the mirror that I was in bed and she apologized and exited. It was about 2 hours after I checked in. "
"This hotel is fake nice. It charges like a nice hotel, and seems nice on the outside, but really, it's a dysfunctional, terrible place to stay. 1- There was no water in the room, or even a minibar to purchase it. When I called, they said I'm supposed to have 2 free bottles each day. They promised to send some up. When they didn't, I went to the lobby to get it myself. Then, I was locked out of my room for 30+ minutes because the key reader didn't work. I realize these things happen, but they kept telling me it would take 5 minutes to fix, so I sat in the hall waiting and it ended up being way more than that. 2- When my roommate arrived, they made her pay, despite us having proof of a prepaid reservation for 2 people. They just shrugged and said this is how it is. So, she gave her credit card for that and incidentals. 3- There was 1 decaf coffee pod in the room. When I asked for 2 regular coffee pods, they said I had to pay $5 each. I said that is ridiculous, we just each want a real cup of coffee each morning. They finally brought me 2 more pods, but they were decaf. And they refused to replenish each day without payment. 4- Twice during our stay, our towels were taken (they were hanging up) and we were not given new ones, so we had to call to get towels. 5- Twice during our stay, our water was not replenished. 6- There is no fridge in the room. 7- Breakfast starts at 6am, but even at 6:30, they would not be ready for guests. The egg station wouldn't even be open yet, and once, the cashier hadn't arrived, so I couldn't pay with a card. I got charged a different amount for the breakfast buffet every day, despite having the exact same thing. One time, I was waiting by the egg station and the gas blew, knocking me backward. The waitstaff thought it was funny--I found it terrifying. 8- Despite having put a credit card on our room and our room being prepaid, halfway through our stay, they locked us out because my roommate had charged some drinks and laundry to the room. She signed for it and was going to pay on check-out, as you usually do. When I went downstairs to get my key fixed, they refused to let me into the room because they said she left the bar without paying. I said she charged it to the room and they refused to let me in. When she came down and said "you have my credit card, and I will pay on check-out, like any other hotel", they literally held her laundry hostage behind the counter and wouldn't make our keys work until she gave her credit card again. 9- One other time (for the third time), our keys wouldn't work. They wouldn't say why, but after standing in a long line, they finally rekeyed us. 10- The coffee shop downstairs was supposed to open at 7am on weekdays. However, at least 2 days, the person didn't show up so it just wasn't open. Since there isn't coffee in the rooms, this was really frustrating. The nearby Starbucks don't open until at least 8. 11- I'm allergic to dairy, including some lactose free milk, so when I"
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10




4.5/5
Excellent
12 Reviews
Diego Rivera 555 Valle Ote, Monterrey, Nuevo Leon, Mexico
"I booked an exquisite one-bedroom room, but actually gave me a normal double room and gave me two 50% discount coupons. As a result, when I went to a restaurant, the 50% discount coupons were only limited to wine and water."
"Very nice hotel"
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