Well-located hotel within a historic building, with a lovely roof terrace, stained glass ceilinged atrium and particularly helpful staff.
The grand-looking yet unpretentious Hampton Inn - part of the Hilton chain - occupies a prime position within the capital’s bustling colonial centre. Housed within a historic building with a rather Gothic exterior, the property has some particularly nice features including an atmospherically lit roof terrace and an atrium with an impressive stained glass ceiling.
Rooms are clean, spacious and well-equipped, with dark oak furniture and Mexican artwork. There are two restaurants offering a choice between traditional regional cuisine and international seafood dishes, and a gym with city views. Particularly attentive staff lends this mid-range option a touch of class.
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