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Avaliou em 17 de Outubro de 2015
Serve para quem vai apenas dormir na cidade e vai chegar muito cansado no hotel. nao recomendo porque creio que reço cobrado é acima do merecido porem isso ocorre com todos os hoteis da cidade. Reysona precisa de mais hoteis.
Just another business hotel
Avaliou em 27 de Abril de 2017
This is just another business hotel, the rooms are too little, individual beds instead of full size, the TV its a like 20". The bath its the same, really small.
Breakfast it's actually pretty good.
I wouldnt recomend this hotel if youre planning to be in the room for more than sleep and take a shower.
Good, but need to fix the cards
Avaliou em 6 de Dezembro de 2016
Overall, it's a good affordable hotel, but need to work on fixing the card access. I used 3 different cards, and could use the elevator, enter the rooms. It was chaotic. Overall service was good, specially from Yolanda, the cleaning lady.
Excellent Choice in Reynosa
Avaliou em 9 de Julho de 2014
Spent another night at the Hotel One in Reynosa. This is an excellent pick for a place to stay the night before an early morning flight out of the Reynosa airport.
The rooms continue to be extremely clean and well maintained. They still have not upsized the tiny flat screen TVs in the rooms, but that and the lumpy pillows are about my only complaints. The internet signal in the room is strong and there are two desktop computers in the lobby for general use (probably a printer, too, though I didn't use it).
The breakfast was complete with nearly everything you could want, including juice and coffee. For other meals, it's just a matter of crossing the street to the shopping center where there's a food court and a large Soriana supermarket.
I would definitely stay here again.
Very Good Pre-flight Hotel in Reynosa
Avaliou em 20 de Fevereiro de 2013
With a morning flight booked to Mexico City out of the Reynosa airport, we decided to spend the night prior in the Hotel One in Valle Alto. Of all the McAllen-area bridges, this hotel is probably most convenient to the Anzalduas bridge from Mission. The hotel is located in a recently developed lodging/commercial section of western Reynosa, nearby the industrial park area. The 20-minute ride to the Reynosa airport will cost about $15 by taxi.
I was pleased with the quality of the accommodations. The room is small/compact but everything is there: queen-size bed, TV, desk/working area, space to hang clothing, and the bathroom. The wireless internet signal was very strong in the room; no problems connecting. The bed was very comfortable, though the pillows a bit lumpy. The room was immaculate; absolutely spotless. I think this is the perfect budget place to spend a night, or even more for an executive visiting one of the nearby factories where all that you need is a comfortable place to sleep and a clean, working bathroom with a good shower and hot water.
There is a restaurant area serving an attractive buffet breakfast: scrambled eggs, refried beans, chilaquiles, sausages, breads, cereals, yogurt, juice, and coffee; all included in the price of the room. Our double cost $60, taxes included. For other dining needs it looks like Applebees is their room-service provider as a menu is placed in the room. But if you just walk across the street to the large shopping center you can go to the food court where there is a tremendous variety or go into the Soriana supermarket and pick and choose food and beverage items, including fruit, snacks and alcoholic beverages at supermarket prices.
Only a couple of complaints:
1. In the shower (Room 409) the drain plate was only held in place by one screw (the two others missing) and that screw head stuck out about 5mm. Easy to cut a foot on that. And the center tile of the shower floor was somehow pockmarked (all the others were smooth and intact). The surface was rough and, again, I think it would be possible to cut a foot on that.
2. The flat screen TV is very, very small; maybe about a 19” screen. I really think they might have found a bit more money in the capital budget to install 32” TVs in the rooms for the small difference in price.
In summary, we enjoyed our stay at Hotel One in Reynosa and I would definitely stay there again if I was using the Reynosa airport for a flight.