The hotel is in the boutique category and guests can admire the architectural style that dates back to 1700 in a building which was formerly part of the monastery of San Agustin, which led to its recognition as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Due to its privileged location, guests can admire the beautiful colonial architecture of the city centre buildings. The air-conditioned historical hotel offers 108 rooms in total and welcomes guests in a lobby with 24-hour reception and check-out services, as well as lift access. Further facilities include a kids' club, cafe, restaurant, conference facilities, WLAN Internet access and both room and laundry services.Many of the hotel's guest rooms have large windows overlooking the city. All of them have a variety of amenities, such as a hairdryer, satellite TV, a radio, an ironing set, air conditioning and Internet access. Each room additionally features an en suite bathroom with a shower, a double or king-size bed, and tea and coffee making facilities.
From the junction of Paseo de la Reforma Avenue and Juarez Avenue, if travelling north from Polanco turn right into Juarez Avenue and if travelling south from Garibaldi turn left into Juarez Avenue. Continue for 600 metres and Juarez Avenue becomes Francisco I. Madero, continue straight on for 600 metres to the Zócalo, turn right onto 5 February and continue for two blocks. The hotel entrance is on the left.