Kali Ciudadela Mexico City

With a stay at Kali Ciudadela Mexico City, you'll be centrally located in Mexico City, a 10-minute walk from Alameda Central and 13 minutes by foot from Paseo de la Reforma. This hotel is 1.4 mi (2.3 km) from National Museum of Art and 1.7 mi (2.7 km) from The Angel of Independence Monument.Stay in...

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Suíte família, 2 quartos

Max. 4 adults and 4 children


Quarto premier, 1 cama King

Max. 2 adults


Quarto casal premier, 2 camas de casal

Max. 4 adults and 3 children


Quarto standard, 1 cama Queen

Max. 2 adults and 1 child

Property Info

Check-in starts at: 14:00

Check-out ends at: 12:00

With a stay at Kali Ciudadela Mexico City, you'll be centrally located in Mexico City, a 10-minute walk from Alameda Central and 13 minutes by foot from Paseo de la Reforma. This hotel is 1.4 mi (2.3 km) from National Museum of Art and 1.7 mi (2.7 km) from The Angel of Independence Monument.Stay in one of 99 guestrooms featuring LED televisions. Complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and cable programming is available for your entertainment. Private bathrooms with showers feature complimentary toiletries and hair dryers. Conveniences include phones, as well as safes and d...

Revillagigedo No.92, Col. Centro Del Cuauhtemoc - Mexico City, CDMX - Mexico - 06070

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Check-in starts at: 14:00

Check-out ends at: 12:00

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Wait until renovations are finished, and then think again.

Reviewed 13 july, 2022

This is a second rate hotel made third rate because it is “under renovation,” and has no air conditioning. Nights were unbearably hot even with the provided fan. Unpleasant neighborhood. Helpful, friendly staff and very good breakfast buffet.

Joseph B

Good value but horrible location

Reviewed 26 october, 2021

Clean hotel. The room was SUPER noisy, clean, comfortable. The location is horrible, in the middle of a dangerous area. It is ok to leave and arrive by uber/taxi, but no way to walk around. BF is simple but good. Staff is friendly.

Ana Paula Angon... C

Don't waste your money here

Reviewed 30 november, 2020

First the pros * Staff is friendly and helpful * Rooms are a good size Cons * Beds are the hardest I've ever had to sleep on. Painfully hard * No AC and you can't really open windows since they don't have screens and bugs get in. * Towels are very old. They were so bad we went out and bought our own * WIFI is horrible. This has been an ongoing complaint and it's sad that nothing has been done to remedy the situation. * Walk in shower does not have a door so the mat gets soaked * Bathroom does not have any vents or windows you can open. When several people shower back to back it feels like a sauna in there. * There is major construction going on right infront of the hotel so getting Ubers was difficult since you had to walk a block away to get an Uber. The Cuidadela is not a great neighborhood to make matters worse. I guess you get what you pay for. Lesson learned. Next time I'd definitely stay elsewhere.


A nice little surprise

Reviewed 9 february, 2020

This hotel is tucked away in some back streets, surrounded by industrial retail shops (plumbing supplies, electrics, paint, car parts etc) but is nonetheless very close to almost everything Mexico City has to offer. You can walk to the Cathedral & Independence Square in less than 30 minutes and local transport is widely available close by. There's a lot of parking on site if you drive. It's actually a very modern property, clean, fresh and comfortable. The staff are welcoming and friendly, although mainly (but certainly not entirely) only Spanish is spoken. The lobby has comfortable seating, computers and there's a small gym. A small elevator takes you up to the rooms, which vary in size, but are all standard in comfort. A queen room is plenty big enough for two. Linens are very clean and fresh, although the pillows are quite hard. The mattress is comfortable. There's a safe, small wardrobe, TV (but I never switched it on) and daily tea, coffee & bottled water in every room. Lots of power outlets, but the biggest issue with the rooms is the terrible wifi. It really is useless. The lobby computers are your best bet. Bathrooms have very large walk in showers and all the standard amenities are provided. The towels could do with a refresh as they are quite old and not exactly 'fluffy', but they are clean. Daily housekeeping is provided. Breakfast is served in a modern cafe space, that also provided dining throughout the day (except Sundays), but the food is so-so. Some fresh cut fruit (mainly watermelon and papaya), pastries, breads, scrambled eggs as tough as yellow leather and the standard Mexican beans, soupy meats, rice etc., which may or not appeal to non Mexican tastes. It didn't to mine. The rates are very low for such a modern, clean, well located property. They will organize airport transfers for you via Uber, which only cost MXP350. A very small amount. However, Uber will only charge you MXP100 if you book direct. There's a metro station very near the hotel if you want to brave the underground system from the airport, which is the cheapest option of all. There is quite a bit of room to room noise, but nothing terrible. That usually depends on the behaviour of your fellow guests. All in all, apart from the terrible wifi, this is a great experience for the very low cost.


Helpfull reception staff

Reviewed 9 december, 2019

Handy place / recently refurbished / near metro / walking distance to many places of interest / safe area / good breakfast included in room rate--ample parking on site / catering employees could perhaps be a bit more proactive at busy periods overall a pleasant several days stay