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Newest reviews for Hotel La Selva

  • Sandrine
      United Kingdom
    July 29, 2014

    The owner is very helpful. The location is good.


  • Maike
    July 13, 2014

    Hotel La Selva has amazing staff, very helpful and friendly! Supermarket and Metro in only a few meters distance.Thank you again.


  • Chelsea
      United Kingdom
    July 8, 2014

    I needed a bed between connecting flights and the service i received was first class. They also spoke English and bought me breakfast to my room in the morning.

    Nothing- for the money this is a great place :)


  • Alexander
    June 22, 2014

    We had a great time at hotel la selva me and my friend. The staff was the friendliest and most helpful that we have ever experience. We will never forget the friendly people who work there. Don't hesitate to book this hotel, you will not regret it!


  • Anonymous
    May 30, 2014

    best staff ever. And I travel since 6 months. Of course, you get what you paid, but the price is fair for this city. I would come back.

    Just came to the wrong time, becuase they are renew the rooms/hotel


  • Sylvain
    January 16, 2014

    Location was good, although it's in one of the most polluted area of the city.

    Dirty carpet and cockroaches all over the place. The hotel is also used by prostitutes so you can hear them at all times of day and night 'enjoying' the hotel. There are lots of noise... coming from the nearby highway and the lobby where a TV is always playing loudly (to cover the women sounds). With the architecture of the hotel and the poor sound insulation... you need ear plugs to be able to sleep through the night. Personel is unreliable and doesn't deliver the services you request.


  • Patrick
    January 10, 2014

    Good value for money, proximity to metro, hearty breakfasts, friendly staff

    No hot water, poor ventilation, hair in drain, contour sheets don't stay on mattress, no wifi access inside rooms (only in common areas)


  • Vera
    January 5, 2014

    very near to the metro station, very nice and helpful staff

    Wifi did not work in the room, some more space to sit for breakfast would be nice


  • Ruslán
    December 30, 2013

    The staff was very friendly and attentive. The hotel is very clean and well taken care of. Compared to other hotels I have been to in Mexico City, I felt comfortable starting from the lobby. Being one block away from the subway station, this hotel is very convenient. By subway, you can be downtown in no time, which is very nice.

    The bathroom is minimalistic and functional (e.g. no shower curtain). Nevertheless, for the price, this hotel is great value for money.


  • Nika
    December 21, 2013

    Very cheerful ENGLISH-speaking hotel-manager! Wi-fi was available in the room:) The location is great - the hotel is just 100 m away from the subway entrance, the station Chabacano - which is a big intersection for 3 subway lines.


  • Sophie
    December 17, 2013

    The hotel is 100 m from the metro station and only 3 stops from Zocalo. There is a good supermarket about 5 min from the hotel, you have to go through the metro station to get there. Security is good in the hotel, I left valuables in the hotel's safe at reception, and got everything back.Javier resolved all my problems promptly and made me feel welcome in the hotel. My room was made up every day with fresh towels and fresh linen. Big screen tv in my room.

    It's not easy to find the hotel, the taxi driver was driving around in the area for about 10 min. The easiest point of orientation is the exit Francisco Ayala of the Chacabano metro station.


  • Gary
      United States of America
    December 11, 2013

    The location is in the center of Mexico City and it is a two minute walk to the metro Chabacano. I arrived and within three days, Javier, the owner, had helped me get my phone fixed, then a sim card and finally an apartment to rent in df. I recommend the hotel to those who want value for money without staying with rude guests. It was a great stay and I even added an additional day because the tv got me some American nfl football games. Stay here and you will be glad.


  • John
    December 7, 2013

    I loved the friendly, helpful staff, the breakfast was great, the room was clean, sheets changed every day, the location near the metro, good street food nearby, friendly other travellers, a relaxed pleasant atmospere, tv in the lobby, great value for the price.



  • Anonymous
      United States of America
    November 28, 2013

    Xavier and Miguel, and the rest of the staff at the hotel were very friendly and helpful. The breakfast was substantial and tasty -- eggs, orange juice, coffee, and toast. And of course, beans. It is also very close to the metro station from where one can access three different metro lines, which is convenient. And then the place was very cheap.

    The noise was pretty bad, being next to a busy bridge with traffic day and night. And on the other side is a school. Beside, my room, room #C on the second floor, which was comfortable in most ways, would fill with sewer gas (I think the drainage system is badly done) and odor was terrible whenever my window and door were closed. The other rooms did not have this problem, but the background noise in the place, regardless, is almost a given.


  • Geraldo
    November 18, 2013

    The attention of all staff, including the owner, Mr Javier Solis, that made me fill as in my house. I loved staying at La Selva Hotel and sure will do it again when I visit Mexico City again!

    Evverything was nice. The omly thing should be a litle better is the breakfast, but I mean: it was good!


  • Anonymous
    November 13, 2013

    Close to supermarket and restaurant.

    The stuff was so bad and the room was not clean, cigarette and dust are in the bathroom. Not hot shower coming. Really worst hotel ever.


  • Felix
      New Zealand
    November 12, 2013

    friendly people, good place for a quiet night with a girlfriend.


  • Lia
    November 7, 2013

    The staff is just great. They do absolutely everything they can to help you, specially with language. My Spanish is terrible, but they were willing to help me. Breakfast is great, and I recommend trying everything in the menu, but watch out for the green salsa! It is strong. The best thing is the supermarket near the hotel: cheap and wonderful options to bring home. Try the tequilla "3 caballos".

    The shower could be improved, but the hot water is good.


  • Maxim
      United States of America
    November 7, 2013

    I like the owner, Javier, who is nice and accomodate to cust omer's need. The first floor rooms are remodel functionally except very noisy at night time.

    Noisy sound through the night from 8 pm till 1 am in the morning. People are loud in the lobby area. The room I stayed on my last day, the hot water did not work over the shower.


  • Samuel
      United States of America
    November 3, 2013

    nice people. cheap.

    damp filthy carpet lumpy bed loud in the AM (next to a school) dull neighborhood NOT near the center of town (but a short subway ride away)


  • Anonymous
    November 2, 2013

    Cooking ladies, receptionist, metro and commercial store nearby

    Showers not having curtains, no fan and very limited window opening, rude night keeper


  • Lev
    October 23, 2013

    Very convenient location (up to 200 meters underground), 500m supermarket and lots of cafes, helpful and professional staff, excellent value for money. I'll be back here again!


  • Emma
      United Kingdom
    October 17, 2013

    Value for money and staff were very nice

    Rooms did have an odour.


  • Anonymous
    October 17, 2013

    Very cheap and close to the Metro, the owner and the stuff are very nice and he speaks English very well. The rooms are small and nothing special, but more then you can expect for the money! A very fair deal.


  • Liudmyla
    September 25, 2013

    great central location - right near the metro station, nearby are two supermarkets and some food stands taxi to airport costs 170 pesos. great value for money. the stuff is friendly, but doesn't speak or understand English. the manager (owner?) speaks English and was extremely friendly, efficient and helpful. at the time we stayed there, there were some free rooms, so he kindly offered us free room upgrade and late check out. it was really nice, thanks again:)

    the basic rooms are kind of scary - very small, with nothing but bed. the only plug is right under the ceiling (why??). low water pressure on the top floor, you'll have to wait a while till the water becomes warm. but for the money you'll pay for it, you shouldn't be to picky


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