Fiesta Inn Insurgentes Sur
Fiesta Inn innovated and transformed the Business Class concept. At the Fiesta Inn Insurgentes Sur, these changes can be seen in the hotel's design and facilities. The rooms are practical and welcoming, connected and independent at the same time, and have been designed to provide creative freedom, making work enjoyable. Today, Fiesta Inn is more than a hotel, it's a community that enjoys constantly striving for success.
Located in the Centro Comercial Insurgentes plaza, behind Teatro Insurgentes, the hotel is surrounded by both corporate and government offices including Conacyt, Grupo Bursátil Mexicano, Apotex, SFP and is very close to UNAM. The hotel is attached to a shopping mall that offers restaurants, cafés, shops, bars, a gym with a pool and a casino.
Fiesta Inn Insurgentes Sur is an Eco-friendly hotel, so it is a 100% smoke free hotel.
We remind you that the check-in time is from 3:00 PM. Check-out is at 12:00 PM. We suggest you use our express check-out service.
- Shuttle service with cost
- Handicapped access
- 100% smoke free hotel
- Stores onsite/nearby
- Guests access with guide dogs
- Pets are not allowed
- Indoor parking with cost
- Business center
- Free Wi-Fi access
- Laundry service
- 24 hours room service
Event and meeting rooms
It also features meeting rooms that can be adapted to host up to 358 people in an auditorium; each room has a board, electric screen, flip charts, coffee service and personalized service. Our professional team will help with your groups and conventions.
Fiesta Inn Insurgentes Sur
"Great modern hotel, very clean, good for business trips"
This was quite a contrast with the Fiesta inn in Veracruz that was not impressive . This one is beautiful, rooms are very quite. Breakfast is quite ok, dinner not spectacular but good enough that you don't need to go out. Car access is really hard, and I am impressed that the driver never scraped his doors! Mexican are pretty good drivers! Only hiccups: it took a long time to get a beer in the restaurant and they offered to bring it to the room, and this too was quite long. The second is: single layer toilet paper ? ? How much does that save the hotel on their annual budget?
"Nice hotel for business trips"
Stayed here 3 nights on a business trip and had a great stay. The iron in my room had caught fire and caused smoke all over the room the but was staff was very quick and helped me move into a new room. Beside that bad experience, found the rooms to be very clean. Bed were comfortable with nice bed sheet and pillow. I did not find the food at the restaurant to be that good. The breakfast buffet was nice but a little pricey. Great to have Starbucks near the reception so didn't have to walk much for coffee or snacks and its open late till 11pm.
"Basic business hotel"
The Fiesta Inn is a basic business hotel. The property is new, so the rooms look fresh. Service is also good for a hotel of its class. The location is good if you're working in the Insurgentes Sur area, but not so good if you're exploring the city -it's kind of far away from Mexico City's nicest/ most interesting areas. You do have the Metrobus a few steps away; it's efficient but super crowded during the week. Overall, I would only recommend this hotel if you need to stay in this area. If not, try something in a more interesting area such as Reforma or La Condesa.
"Good choice for business trip"
Beside from the great location, if you are looking for a well kept hotel, good internet quality service. This is your choice. Although the price is a bit high, they will make every effort to give you the lowest fair and it will be worth it. We, as a Company, have seasoned travel executives from all over the world and they all have left satisfied. Highly recommended for business in the area.
"OK stay - Nothing out of this world."
Stayed at the Fiesta Inn Insurgentes Sur during the first week of October, 2015. It was a business trip and the place served it's purpose. The bed was comfortable and the room was modern. The housekeeping staff did not replace the washcloth and towel I left on the floor. They just took the dirty ones and I had to do without. Another minus would be the lack of a refrigerator and clock in the room. Other than that, nothing out of the ordinary. It did have a Starbucks in the building, so that was a plus.
Top-rated Attractions Nearby
National Museum of Anthropology (Museo Nacional de Antropologia)
Palacio de Bellas Artes
Eat Mexico Culinary Tours
Journeys Beyond the Surface Popular Culture Tours
Murales de Diego Rivera en la Secretaria de Educacion Publica
Basilica de Santa Maria de Guadalupe
Paseo de la Reforma
Frida Kahlo Museum
Superior Room, 1 king
Room with one king-size bed, a work desk with ergonomic office chair, LCD screen, one bedside table, bathroom with shower and toilet separated by a sink, cable TV, suitcase rack, closet, full-length mirror and ottoman chair.
Superior Room, 2 double
Room with two double beds, a work desk with ergonomic office chair, LCD screen, two bedside tables, bathroom with shower and toilet separated by a sink, cable TV, suitcase rack, closet, full-length mirror and ottoman chair.
A one bedroom suite with a living room with lounge for 4 people and a small dining room for 4 people. Also includes a bar with microwave, sink, mini fridge and shelf. Room with one king-size bed, a work desk with ergonomic office chair, LCD screen, one bedside table, bathroom with shower and toilet separated by a sink, cable TV, suitcase rack, closet, full-length mirror and ottoman chair.