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
"Lucky to get as a second choice"
I was lucky to find this hotel at the last moment. I had a horrible experience at the City Express where they gave me and others keys to rooms with guest still inside. Only to get another room and leave to eat and return to have people inside my new room. I ended up getting this location via hotels.com at the last minute. I was checked in literally, within a minute. The room was nice and spacious for a single. Had a large walk-in shower and separate toilet room. Well taken care of as well. The location was in a business district near numerous restaurants. Breakfast was great and service was exceptional. There was also a Starbucks in the front of the building.
Very nice and comfortable hotel. It's a very good option for those people working around the neighborhood. Very clean and nice/polite staff as well. There is a Starbucks right beside the reception what is really good! I'd come back for sure!
"Phenominal breakfast buffet"
Though the dinner menu is somewhat limited, the food quality is excellent. However, the breakfast buffet makes up for any lacking anywhere else in the menu. Whether you prefer a light, continental breakfast, a full Canadian-style breakfast, or a traditional Mexican breakfast...or all of the above! The breakfast staff is ready to serve you. Nice location. Fun places to drink a beer within walking distance. Friendly and responsive staff.
"Good business hotel with amenities"
Very friendly staff and clean rooms. Location is great to many area businesses. Restaurant is ok with the basics. Heating system is awful as you it doesn't warm your room no matter what temperature you set it at. Beds are not Marriott quality but they adequate.
"Gets the job done"
The Fiesta Inn reminds me of a colleague who never minces words and just gets right to the point. It’s a bit oft-putting at first but it's exactly what you needed. The Fiesta Inn is a triumph in function - it gets the job done without any pomp and circumstance. The rooms are clean and basic. For stateside residents, I’d liken it to a Holiday Inn Express or a Fairfield Inn. The furniture is simple – chair, desk, flat screen television, and bed. The walls are and ceiling are stark white. The floor and furnishings are faux wood. There’s one hint of color with a muted orange chair, and that’s as crazy as it gets. Wireless internet worked flawlessly and channel selection was above average. There was no view from the room unless you consider looking at an unimaginative concrete structure a view. Beyond the room, the exercise room is supposedly only open certain hours, but I was able to access before the scheduled opening. Equipment was standard and in good condition. Much like the rest of the hotel, it was built to be functional, and function it did. The hotel is located in a safe neighborhood. A supermarket is two blocks away, and there are several restaurants all within a 5-minute walk. If you’re not keen to leave the hotel, the bar offers a decent selection of food and drink. Plus, there’s a real Starbucks adjacent to the hotel lobby. The Fiesta isn’t memorable but it is a solid, reliable option. While there wasn’t anything that was remarkable or noteworthy, it did exactly what every hotel should – delivered a restful night’s sleep.
Top-rated Attractions Nearby
National Museum of Anthropology (Museo Nacional de Antropologia)
Palacio de Bellas Artes
Eat Mexico Culinary Tours
Murales de Diego Rivera en la Secretaria de Educacion Publica
Basilica de Santa Maria de Guadalupe
Journeys Beyond the Surface Popular Culture Tours
Frida Kahlo Museum
Paseo de la Reforma
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.