Chaya B & B Boutique
- Free WiFi
- Handicap Accessible
- Parking On Site
Chaya B & B Boutique is in the heart of Mexico City, walking distance from Alameda Central and Museo Memoria y Tolerancia. This bed & breakfast is close to Palacio de Bellas Artes and Torre Latinoamericana.
Stay in one of 11 guestrooms featuring LED televisions. Complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and cable programming is available for your entertainment. Bathrooms have showers and complimentary toiletries.
Food & Drink
A complimentary full breakfast is served daily.
How to Get There
The Hotel is located in downtown Mexico City, on the rooftop of a recently remodeled 1920’s building called Barrio Alameda. It is in close proximity to all the places that you must visit if you are in the city.
The hotel is beautifully designed with wooden floors and colorful-chic decorations all around the place. I was really impressed by how wonderfully they have done the waiting area, the reception and their breakfast zone.I was in a junior suite and was pleased to see a coffee maker right there, I am sort of an addict that way. The room was minimalistic and very comfortable, with a view to die for.
I could see all the tall downtown skyscrapers including Torre Latinoamericana right from my bed, which was just too comfortable to leave.
I would strongly recommend staying at Chaya – which is a completely different experience from staying in the usual chain hotels - when in Mexico City because I’m definitely going back there as soon as an opportunity presents.
We enjoyed our stay at Chaya B&B for four nights. The setting was charming, breakfast was good with a cooked component every day, and opportunities to chat with fellow travelers over a sunny breakfast nook. The room was very comfortable; however, the fan supplied was quite industrial and loud - earplugs were provided. The location was perfect with Hidalgo subway stop nearby and walking distance to Centro Historico landmarks. A lovely park right across the street.
Nice hotel, good for younger people, nice chilled out atmosphere and everything in the previous reviews is accurate.
Main compliant comes from the fact that our passports mysteriously disappeared at this hotel. They were in a wallet in our hand luggage that a hotel employee carried up the stairs for us (there are four flights of stairs to the B&B). The guy carried one of our two 23kg bags up, I carried the other, whilst he also put our hand luggage over his shoulder too. When we arrived at reception he put the big bag down and went to get water from the kitchen for us, we didn’t realise he was still carrying our hand luggage. When he returned, our passports had been removed.
Given that we had our passports in the taxi from the airport and we were very careful to conceal them in our bag, it seems that the only way for them to disappear was when the hotel employee disappeared with our bag for five minutes with no explanation.
We reported the situation to the police who told us this is quite common, passports are valuable on the black market there apparently. Needless to say, we won’t be going back.
Staying at Chaya B&B was the icing on our 2-day whirlwind experience in Mexico City! The room and courtyard are beautifully but simply decorated, emphasis on an organic, earthy vibe. The staff are so kind and helpful. And the breakfast was nothing short of perfect...homemade everything! Just FYI, the form is requiring me to choose the time we traveled, but it doesn't go back far enough. We were there in October 2017.
Chaya B&B was a perfect accommodation in Mexico City, ticking off my requirements of being safe, clean, conveniently located and easily accessible by public transit. It is located near the Hidalgo metro station and bus stop where Metrobus line 4 directly from/to the airport stops as well. The hotel is located on a pedestrian street facing beautiful and bustling Alameda park, with Palacio de Bella Artes, historic centre and Zocalo within a short walk.
The complimentary breakfast in a room overlooking the Alameda Park with fully bloomed purple Jacaranda trees was perfect start to the day. Fruits were so fresh and delicious.
Hotel staff is very helpful. Front desk personnel spoke English. Hotel is located on a 4th floor rooftop of Barrio Alameda indoor shopping centre. There is no elevator, but you can tell the shopping centre attendant at the front door on the ground floor to page the hotel and they will send someone down to help you carry your luggage.
Room was very clean, comfortable and spacious. We left our passports and valuables secured in the locked cabinet with no worries. The common rooftop area between the rooms is very beautiful and photogenic. There were umbrellas next to each for guest use.
Overall, our stay (2 females) at Chaya B&B enhanced our first visit to Mexico City!