BEST WESTERN PLUS Hotel Nuevo Laredo Inn & Suites,  Nuevo Laredo

3.0/5  - based on 38 guest reviews.
Paseo Colon 3333, Col. Jardin, 88260, Nuevo Laredo, Mexico - See map
+52 867 711 6200 +52 867 711 6206

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  • 24-hour front desk
    24-hour front desk
  • Air conditioning
    Air conditioning
  • Cocktail lounge
    Cocktail lounge
  • Indoor pool
    Indoor pool
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Situated on the banks of the Rio Grande, Nuevo Laredo is a unique and bustling border city connected to Laredo, Texas. The BEST WESTERN PLUS Nuevo Laredo Inn & Suites is ideally located in the heart of the city providing convenience to both business and leisure travelers alike. The hotel is located two blocks from the American Consulate and less than ten minutes from the Forwarding Agents Association and several industrial parks including FINSA and Dos Laredos. By staying with us, you also have easy access to the International Bridge to Texas and the Nuevo Laredo International Airport. During your free time, go shopping to Paseo Reforma Mall or visit the beautiful Viveros Park, which includes the family friendly regional zoo. The hotel offers remarkable service and world-class amenities, surpassing the modern travelers' expectations. To help you stay productive, we make available several event rooms, a business center and complimentary Internet access. You can relax at the indoor pool and relieve the day's stress at the well-equipped Fitness Center. Also, enjoy tasty meals at our Cafe Restaurant and have a good time at the lobby bar with live entertainment.

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BEST WESTERN PLUS Nuevo Laredo Inn & Suites,Nuevo Laredo
  • 3
    « Nice renewed Hotel... Eat some place else »

    While the rooms are very nice and comfortable, with big beds and disabled adapted rooms, at a very decent price, the receptionist was a little lazy, when my mom asked her to check for the seniors discount, she did not want to pick up the phone to her super in order to get the discount codes. The property is clean and looks new, with free parking, rooms are big and clean, little thing, the shower curtain was torn and the shower curtain pole was bend....the shower amenities were kind of poor and not very well presented, no conditioner and the soap was regular bar soap (most hotels in Israel give you shower gel and conditioner + dead sea products). Breakfast was weak and flavorless, I ordered a Mexican style scrambled egg, it looked white, the tomatoes were whole and flavorless, the "chicharron en salsa" and the "papas con chorizo" not much better, coffee was cold. It's a shame, the property does have the potential of getting that 5 point rating.....

    1
    « They don't even try »

    I stayed for one night as I went to Nuevo Laredo with my wife to attend a friend's wedding. There were several factors that made me rate them as terrible. - We didn't have hot water in the morning (something that I consider essential, one star less) - The front desk employees were rude and, apparently, not well trained for their job (Another star less) - Towels were old, some of them even had holes (Third star lost) - Asked for room service and the person in the phone didn't know the menu as they don't have a printed room service menu. - We went to have breakfast at the restaurant. Quality was average, prices high and service terrible (fourth star gone) Overall, it was a really bad experience. I really don't know the other options for hotels in Nuevo Laredo, but I would try other hotels before even thinking in coming back to this one.

    3
    « Sure needs work »

    My employer made this reservation for my coworkers and me as it's close to our work location. If you don't know Nuevo Laredo, it's a sad, decaying town. The drug lords rule it and have hollowed it out; the local police were so corrupt that they literally disbanded the force, and state police and army keep the peace, such as it is. You'll actually miss Laredo after coming here. So there is little demand for hotel space, and, consequently, little reason to keep up your hotel. This place is a weird ghost inn -- there is no one here. Lights are off in the lobby, and the pathetic bar doesn't open til 6 (though the Coronas are cheap at 40 pesos each). There is little decor. Check-in takes longer than it should, kind of a 1970s thing where you get breakfast coupons that have to be individually stamped and stapled. Breakfast is a sad affair, with a very limited buffet of food mostly unrecognizable to a non-Mexican (and most Mexicans, I'd guess). Coffee is terrible. They will make you eggs, though. The most amazing part was when a co-worker told me THEY RE-USE THE CLOTH NAPKINS FOR SUBSEQUENT GUESTS. I didn't believe her til I saw it myself -- the busboy refolding used napkins after guests got up and putting them right back down to be used again!!! Lots of other issues, too. My wake-up call came at the wrong time, the water pressure and temperature are uneven, the room lightbulbs are those weird new flourescent ones, elevator buttons are missing in all the elevators, and I returned to my room today to find the door ajar (nothing seemed to be missing -- perhaps a benefit to having no other guests -- I'm guessing the maid just didn't pull it closed). And all this after 24 hours! 3 more nights to go, saints preserve us! So why 3 stars instead of 1 or 2? This place would be awesome in most of West Africa! But, sadly, it's not there. I guess I feel a bit sorry for the staff, who are somewhat incompetent but nice, and under-resourced, and feel bad that it can only be a matter of a few months before they're all out of work. I'd guess this place only stays open to launder money for a local drug lord but a drug lord would, I bet, actually invest some cash in it, if only so the other drug lords wouldn't make fun of him. There is wi-fi.

    3
    « It was ok »

    Not a bad property, but certainly not great. It's convenient to parts of the city, but that also puts it on a busy area. Theres a but of sound, even being on the 10th floor. The room was adequate, not really what I'd think for a Crowne. It's not a bad price and security seemed pretty good.

    3
    « Not horrible, but needed improvements. »

    Check in is easy enough, and service was hit or miss depending on who was at desk. I wonder how much IHG checks these international hotels. Many areas needed repairs, was very noticeable. I was with a few people over a span of days, so apart from my room, we had 2 others. The TV's were old and not the same in each room, so you could hook a DVD player in one room, not the next. The AC units in 2 of the rooms did not work. Though a call to maintenance got it fixed right up with a smile. Cleanliness was good overall. So for the bad,better maintenance and upkeep.. You are a Crowne Plaza and you should represent yourself accordingly. Staff needs to be consistently friendly, and helpful. Many capital items that need addressed here., Update your TV sets and have consistency in all rooms of furnishings. If you do your updates and monitor/train staff better, you will be great.

    3
    « interesting experience »

    We were using GPS to find the hotel unfortunately the road it wanted us to use was under (re)construction after travelling through an awful lot Nuevo Laredo I would have preferred never to see we arrived. The highlight of the hotel is the secure underground car park the rest is only average. The pool was closed due to the season, I was unaware there was a high season in NV . No tonic to dilute my wife's gin and she needed one after our "sightseeing tour".

    2
    « Not up to CP standards »

    Be prepared for a long night of continuous and very loud plumbing rattles and honks. The staff were familiar with the issue - but - replied with a defeated shrug. The on-site manager would not consider a rebate of any kind. ( after all - it's my fault - I booked it ). Other reviews have stated the poor staff training and less than fresh breakfast. I can only concur. This place is just not up Crowne Plaza standards. Give it a pass if you have other accommodation options. Randy Greenall - a frequent traveller.

    2
    « Overly Expensive for the experience »

    Pros: Clean. Convenient to key locations in the city. Cons: A/C didn't work too well. We downgraded from room w/Jacuzzi to room w/o yet only got discount of $3 USD for room w/o Jacuzzi. When I called back to discuss this the front desk would not put me through to management and simply repeatedly stated those were the rates. No microwave eventhough I asked when I booked the room. Once in the room they stated it would require extra fee. A long list of things required an extra fee! Staff were not helpful & would not give any info on recommending nearby dining facilities nor local points of interest.

 

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·From: North. Cross the International Bridge from Laredo, Texas. Turn left on Luis Donaldo Colosio Boulevard and turn right onto Paseo Colon and there you will see the BEST WESTERN PLUS Nuevo Laredo Inn & Suites. ·From: South. From the National Freeway, turn right on the exit for Luis Donaldo Colosio Boulevard. Turn left on Paseo Colon Avenue, travel one kilometer and you will see the BEST WESTERN PLUS Nuevo Laredo Inn & Suites. ·From: East. Turn right onto National Freeway then turn right on Luis Dobaldo Colosio Boulevard. Turn left on Paseo Colon Avenue and you will see the BEST WESTERN PLUS Nuevo Laredo Inn & Suites. ·From: West. From West Piedras Negras Freeway turn right on Airport Free...

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