Best Hotels in Mexico City

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U.S. News & World Report ranks the best hotels in Mexico City based on an analysis of industry awards, hotel star ratings and user ratings. Hotels that scored in the top 10 percent of the Best Hotels in Mexico earned a Gold badge. Hotels that appear after ranked hotels are sorted by hotel class and then by user rating, as provided by TripAdvisor.

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    Four Seasons Hotel Mexico City
    Mexico City
    3.7 miles to city center
    5.0-star Hotel Class
    5.0-star Hotel Class
    • Free WiFi

    While the Paseo de la Reforma may be buzzing with traffic and tourists, the Four Seasons Hotel Mexico City offers some peace and quiet. Clean, spacious rooms are spread out across a colonial-style building, with a romantically lush fountain courtyard at its center. Accommodations are equipped with smart TVs, Nespresso Inissia coffee makers, complimentary standard Wi-Fi access, and full marble bathrooms featuring deep soaking tubs, not to mention views of the bustling avenue below. Chapultepec Forest sits a little more than a mile west of this Four Seasons, but lodgers interested in R&R are content to stay near the hotel, especially with its pampering amenities. Guests say the pool is kept at a comfortably warm temperature, while the spa is equally enticing with refreshing facials and customized massages available. And visitors also praise the cuisine at the on-site restaurant, Zanaya, and the professional staff.
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    The St. Regis Mexico City
    Mexico City
    3.6 miles to city center
    5.0-star Hotel Class
    5.0-star Hotel Class
    After one night here, you won't want to stay anywhere else in Mexico City – at least that's the sentiment of recent guests. Nestled in the historic Paseo de la Reforma – one of the city's trendiest neighborhoods – The St. Regis Mexico City offers breathtaking views, attentive service (including butlers, at your request) and luxurious digs. Rooms are equipped with free Wi-Fi access, Frette linens and marble bathrooms. All accommodations boast a spectacular view of the city thanks to the floor-to-ceiling windows, but if you want even more panoramic vistas, head to the gym, indoor swimming pool or Remède Spa – all facilities overlook central Mexico City. And though this area of the city affords plenty of delicious restaurant choices, recent visitors suggest staying in for the menu at the J&G Grill. Because this hotel is part of the Marriott hotel family, members of the Marriott Bonvoy members can earn and use points here.
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    Sofitel Mexico City Reforma
    Mexico City
    5.0-star Hotel Class
    5.0-star Hotel Class
    • Free WiFi

    Guests staying at the Sofitel Mexico City Reforma will be met with sleek, modern accommodations in the heart of Mexico City. The 275 guest rooms and suites are decorated in shades of white, gray and blue, and include Nespresso coffee makers, marble bathrooms, LED TVs, free Wi-Fi access and excellent city views. Outside the accommodations, guests can take advantage of the on-site fitness center (equipped with cardio machines, yoga mats and free weights), enjoy a soak in the indoor pool or hot tub, or book a relaxing body treatment or massage at the spa. The Sofitel Mexico City Reforma is also home to five on-site bars and restaurants: the swanky Cityzen Rooftop Bar, the classy Freehouse Bar, the laid-back Lobby Bar, the contemporary Mexican Bajel Restaurant and the Mediterranean Balta Restaurant. Past guests rave about the incredible views from the rooms, and many say they were impressed with the cleanliness of the property and the kind and welcoming staff members. One minor inconvenience a few visitors mentioned was that you have to change elevators to get to your room, which some found a bit confusing. Since this is a Sofitel hotel, it participates in the ALL - Accor Live Limitless program, meaning members can earn and redeem points here.
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    Las Alcobas, A Luxury Collection Hotel
    Mexico City
    5.3 miles to city center
    5.0-star Hotel Class
    5.0-star Hotel Class
    • Free Parking

    • Free WiFi

    This well-appointed, centrally located boutique hotel wins favor from guests for its friendly and attentive staff and cool, inviting atmosphere. Situated in the fashionable Polanco neighborhood (referred to by some as the Beverly Hills of Mexico City), Las Alcobas boasts luxurious rooms with rain showers, whirlpool bathtubs, Bose sound systems, custom-made furniture, flat-screen TVs and complimentary internet access. Along with the stylish digs, recent guests rave about the innovative cuisine at the on-site Dulce Patria restaurant, which prides itself on using locally sourced ingredients to deliver imaginative, Italian entrees. And when you're ready to relax, make an appointment at the spa for soothing therapies like a Lemon and Rosemary Jet Lag Massage or an Obsidian Hot Stone Massage. And because this hotel is part of the Marriott hotel family, Marriott Bonvoy members can earn and use points here.
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    W Mexico City
    Mexico City
    5.1 miles to city center
    4.5-star Hotel Class
    4.5-star Hotel Class
    If you're looking for a hotel that embraces contemporary (albeit eccentric) design aesthetics and a playful atmosphere, you've come to the right place. The W Mexico City sits in good company in the chic Polanco enclave, known for its of-the-moment restaurants and boutique shops. Hallmark to the W brand, the lobby hosts a small bar, which recent guests admit can get both noisy and irritating if you're not in the mood for revelry. Retreat to your well-appointed digs if you've had enough of the bar scene and cozy up in W signature beds (draped in 350-thread-count sheets) or take advantage of the rainforest shower jets, Bliss toiletries and plasma flat-screen TV. For even more pampering, book a refreshing facial or invigorating massage at the AWAY Spa. When dinnertime rolls around, grab a bite at the property's on-site eatery Living Room Bar or explore Polanco's lively culinary scene. Plus, Marriott Bonvoy members can earn and redeem points when choosing to stay here.
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    JW Marriott Hotel Mexico City
    Mexico City
    5 miles to city center
    5.0-star Hotel Class
    5.0-star Hotel Class
    Quiet and secluded, the JW Marriott Mexico City might just offer the opposite setting of the buzzing metropolis that it calls home. Situated in the bustling Polanco District, guests adore this JW Marriott outpost for its attentive staff and stylish design. You'll find the hotel across the street from the Auditorio Nacional and within walking distance of some of the neighborhood's tastiest restaurants. When it's time to unwind after a day on the town, kick back in spacious digs equipped with marble bathrooms, iPod docking stations, LCD TVs and spectacular city views. For even more relaxation, start your day at the outdoor pool or arrange a treatment at the health club & spa. And though you're conveniently situated near several of the city's top eateries, you'll be hard-pressed to find a reason to dine out thanks to the hotel's two on-site restaurants, Xanat Bistro & Terrace and Brasserie Lipp. Keep in mind, if you're a Marriott Bonvoy member, you can earn or redeem points for choosing to stay here.
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    Hyatt Regency Mexico City
    Mexico City
    4.9 miles to city center
    5.0-star Hotel Class
    5.0-star Hotel Class
    • Free WiFi

    The Hyatt Regency Mexico City offers a unique infusion of Eastern and Western influences, with Asian elements sprinkled throughout the property. Not only does this Latin American-Asian fusion set the Hyatt Regency apart from its Polanco-area neighbors, but it's also popular with leisure travelers. Visitors say the rooms are clean and spacious, featuring a contemporary, minimalist style, marble bathrooms, minibars, satellite TVs and views of the city skyline or Chapultepec Park. And while you may be in the heart of one of Mexico City's tastiest gastronomic districts, past visitors say the hotel's three restaurants (especially the Japanese plates at Yoshimi) as well as pastry shop Amado are worth sampling. The fitness center, which houses a sauna, tennis courts and swimming pool, also earns high marks from previous guests, who describe the facilities as clean and well-designed. What's more, if you participate in the World of Hyatt loyalty program, you can collect or redeem member benefits and perks, such as room upgrades and dining and spa services, for choosing to stay here.
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    JW Marriott Hotel Mexico City Santa Fe
    Mexico City
    9.5 miles to city center
    4.5-star Hotel Class
    4.5-star Hotel Class
    Situated on the southwest outskirts of Mexico City in the modern Santa Fe neighborhood, this JW Marriott outpost earns high praise from travelers for its sleek decor and comfortable accommodations. All rooms and suites here feature marble bathrooms, flat-screen TVs, minibars, beds with pillow-top mattresses, complimentary bottled water and Wi-Fi access (for a fee). According to past guests, the property is a great place for business travelers, thanks to its on-site business center, spacious executive lounge and ample meeting venues. Meanwhile, leisure travelers will enjoy the outdoor pool and whirlpool as well as the rejuvenating treatments available at the Oriental Spa. Once you've worked up an appetite, you can stop by one of the hotel's restaurants. Cua dishes out traditional Mexican food, while Quattro Gastronomia Italiana serves up traditional Italian fare; both dining establishments receive high marks from past patrons. And because of the hotel's enviable location, there is a smattering of cafes and restaurants within walking distance or a short drive away, so you'll have plenty of dining options. What's more, if you're a member of the Marriott Bonvoy program, you can earn and use points for choosing to stay here.
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    Le Méridien Mexico City
    Mexico City
    2.9 miles to city center
    4.5-star Hotel Class
    4.5-star Hotel Class
    A business hotel with enough flair to satisfy tourists, Le Méridien Mexico City sits at the nexus of the capital's financial and cultural districts. Described by guests as one of the city's best properties, this Le Méridien hotel receives high praise from recent visitors for its responsive staff, convenient Paseo de la Reforma location and spacious suites. Rooms are appointed with floor-to-ceiling windows, separate living rooms, microwaves, minifridges and 55-inch flat-screen TVs. Recent visitors suggest upgrading to a corner suite, which offers more space, generously sized bathrooms and two closets. While some guests describe the gym and indoor pool area as slightly lackluster, many praise La Gloriosa, the on-site Mexican restaurant. You can also find authentic Mexican food by meandering through the Paseo de la Reforma, which offers versatile restaurants serving traditional and globally inspired fare. And because this hotel is part of the Marriott hotel family, Marriott Bonvoy members can earn and use points here.
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    Hilton Mexico City Santa Fe
    Mexico City
    9.4 miles to city center
    4.5-star Hotel Class
    4.5-star Hotel Class
    • Free WiFi

    Situated in the financial and commercial district of Santa Fe, the Hilton Mexico City Santa Fe is located about 11 miles southwest of Mexico City. The architecture of the window-paneled building is modern and a bit futuristic, which helps draw guests to this property. The hotel is within walking distance of a movie theater, several restaurants and the Samara Shops complex, which has a large mall and corporate offices. This Hilton also houses a rooftop pool and cocktail lounge, Cielo, which serves drinks and small plates. For full meals, guests can enjoy the modern American Cuisine at MADERA or try dishes inspired by traditional Mexican street food in the Lobby Lounge. Guests are complimentary of the hotel's attentive front desk staff, as well as the rooftop pool that offers sweeping views of the surrounding area. Rooms are spacious and feature 50-inch flat-screen TVs, minibars and large work areas. Thanks to its location in Santa Fe's up-and-coming financial district, this Hilton is an ideal choice for guests on business or for travelers looking for upscale lodging in a neighborhood a bit removed from central Mexico City. And if you're a Hilton Honors member, you can earn and redeem points at this Hilton location.
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    Mexico City Marriott Reforma Hotel
    Mexico City
    3.2 miles to city center
    4.5-star Hotel Class
    4.5-star Hotel Class
    Simple yet stylish, the Mexico City Marriott Reforma Hotel is a hit with guests more concerned with a quiet night's sleep than a swanky boutique environment. Situated on the leafy Paseo de la Reforma, this Marriott branch is just a stone's throw from El Angel de la Independencia. Rooms boast soundproof windows, 32-inch TVs and internet access (for an additional fee). However, past guests warn that unless you ask for a room with a view, you might end up with lackluster vistas of a building wall. For guaranteed spectacular panoramas of the Paseo de la Reforma, consider forking over some extra coin for Executive Lounge access. Along with the bird's-eye perspective, you'll enjoy a complimentary breakfast, a midday snack, afternoon tea, hors d'oeuvres and dessert. And if you're not stuffed from all of the noshing, head to the Condimento Restaurant for Mexican fare or La Mansion for steak. For even more pampering, make an appointment at the spa or enjoy a leisurely swim in the pool. Keep in mind you can rack up points or cash them in here if you're a Marriott Bonvoy member.
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    Barceló Mexico Reforma
    Mexico City
    2.8 miles to city center
    4.5-star Hotel Class
    4.5-star Hotel Class
    • Free WiFi

    Less than a mile from the Palacio de Bellas Artes, the Barceló Mexico Reforma serves as a central home base for Mexico City sightseers. Accommodations (which were recently renovated) feature expansive marble bathrooms, free Wi-Fi access, 32-inch TVs, views of the buzzing Paseo de la Reforma, and for those staying in the exclusive The Premium Level accommodations, complimentary breakfast and afternoon drinks, among other perks. Step out onto the famous avenue for luxurious shopping and decadent restaurants, or stick around the hotel for international fare at El Caballito. Other on-site eateries include a steakhouse, a Japanese restaurant, a lobby bar and a Starbucks. If you're looking to relax, head to the covered and heated pool, the fitness center or the spa, which offers a Turkish bath, saunas and steam rooms, in addition to a varietey of treatment services. Though past visitors were impressed with the amenities, they provided the most praise for the stellar location, though some said the customer service is lacking.
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    Hilton Mexico City Reforma
    Mexico City
    2.5 miles to city center
    4.5-star Hotel Class
    4.5-star Hotel Class
    If you're a Hilton Honors member hoping to cash in some rewards points in the Centro Historico district, look no further than the Hilton Mexico City Reforma. Within walking distance to the Zocalo and Palacio de Bellas Artes, this Hilton hotel is a popular jumping off point for visitors keen on exploring Mexico City's most popular sights. Along with its desirable location, the Hilton Mexico City Reforma also boasts original artwork by famed Mexican artists, a rooftop pool and three on-site restaurants. Meanwhile, spacious digs include the brand's signature Serenity bedding, 37-inch flat-screen TVs, oversized bathrooms and contemporary decor. For more luxurious amenities and sweeping city views, consider booking a room on the exclusive Executive Floor. Guests on the Executive Floor have access to the Executive Lounge and enjoy upgraded perks, like complimentary snacks, even more stunning city views and a private check-in area.
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    Presidente InterContinental Santa Fe Mexico
    Mexico City
    10.8 miles to city center
    4.5-star Hotel Class
    4.5-star Hotel Class
    • Free Breakfast

    • Free WiFi

    Fans of the InterContinental brand say this business-friendly hotel delivers a first-rate experience while maintaining an unpretentious atmosphere. Though it's situated in Santa Fe – approximately 13 miles southwest of downtown Mexico City – the Presidente InterContinental Santa Fe Mexico's location also beckons to leisure travelers: It neighbors one of Latin America's biggest malls, the Centro Comercial Santa Fe. After exercising your credit card, hang your hat in modern accommodations outfitted with panoramic windows, satellite TVs and minibars. Or if you've been cooped up in a conference room all day, head to the SPA by L'Occitane and Alirio Beauty Shop for a revitalizing treatment. And when it's time to fuel up, heed the advice of past visitors and sample the French fare at Au Pied de Cochon. Though past visitors note that the dishes are expensive, they give the cuisine rave reviews. The sizzling steaks at The Palm also earn a nod of approval from past patrons. If you're an IHG Rewards Club member, you can enjoy complimentary perks or accrue points for future stays here.
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    Marquis Reforma Hotel & Spa
    Mexico City
    3.7 miles to city center
    4.5-star Hotel Class
    4.5-star Hotel Class
    The Marquis Reforma Hotel & Spa provides a peaceful respite along the city's bustling Paseo de la Reforma. Relax at the hotel's Spa Marquis and enjoy facials, massages and body treatments, along with a hydrotherapy tub and sauna. If exercising is your chosen method of relaxation, head to the fitness center or the pool and take in views of the neighborhood while you work up an appetite. Visitors recommend grabbing a bite to eat at one of the hotel's three on-site restaurants. When it's time to sleep, retreat to comfortable, art deco-inspired digs. Accommodations feature blackout curtains, minibars, L'Occitane amenities, flat-screen TVs and views of the Paseo de la Reforma, Chapultepec Park or the garden. Plus the hotel's customer service garners rave reviews from past visitors, who describe the staff as especially helpful and friendly. And as a member of The Leading Hotels of the World, this property participates in the Leaders Club rewards program.
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    InterContinental Presidente Mexico City
    Mexico City
    5 miles to city center
    4.0-star Hotel Class
    4.0-star Hotel Class
    Situated within the fashionable Polanco district, the InterContinental Presidente Mexico City is a prime hub for business travelers. Yet with its deluxe Hela Spa and close proximity to some of Mexico City's top restaurants and shops, tourists will find their needs met here, too. Past guests note that the guest rooms could benefit from a facelift, but thanks to ongoing renovations (upgrades began in 2014), many accommodations have been remodeled. Travelers especially recommed booking a corner room facing the park to mitigate disruptive outside noise and enjoy impressive Chapultepec Park vistas. Regardless of which room you choose, you can count on staple amenities like minibars, coffee makers, rainfall showers, flat-screen TVs and views of the city skyline or park. And while this InterContinental property boasts six eateries (including New York City-style The Palm Restaurant), lodgers recommend exploring around the neighborhood to sample authentic Mexican fare. If you're an IHG Rewards Club member, you can accrue or redeem points by choosing to bed down here.
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    Gran Hotel Ciudad de México
    Mexico City
    1.9 miles to city center
    4.5-star Hotel Class
    4.5-star Hotel Class
    • Free WiFi

    With its stained-glass ceilings, art nouveau decor and a Louis XV-style chandelier in the foyer, the Gran Hotel Ciudad de México possesses one of Mexico City's most impressive interiors. The Gran Hotel is a favorite among guests for both its central location and gilded design. And though its original structure has towered over the Zocalo since 1899, the hotel's $25 million renovation completed in 2005 brought all the rooms into the 21st-century while maintaining the property's Old World charm. Rooms boast flat-screen LCD TVs, comfortable beds, air conditioning and Wi-Fi access. If your digs lack arresting views overlooking Zocalo square, head to the fifth floor Terraza Restaurant & Bar to enjoy wide-sweeping vistas of the National Palace and Metropolitan Cathedral. And if you're yearning to take in Mexico City's vibrant culture and world-class museums, you're in luck: The Palacio de Bellas Artes and the Museo Nacional de Arte, among other top sites, are within walking distance of the hotel.
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    Live Aqua Urban Resort México
    Mexico City
    8.7 miles to city center
    5.0-star Hotel Class
    5.0-star Hotel Class
    • Free WiFi

    Live Aqua Urban Resort Mexico serves as an ideal base for business travelers thanks to its proximity to the massive Arcos Bosques building, which is home to corporate offices, major Mexico City companies and a luxury shopping complex. But leisure travelers shouldn't be too quick to discount this luxurious mainstay. All spacious rooms are outfitted with 400-thread-count sheets, pillow menus, flat-screen TVs and Nespresso coffee makers. Once you're relaxed, head to the sophisticated on-site restaurant and take your pick between 300 wines, tequilas, mezcals and whiskeys to pair with zesty Mexican dishes. For a wider variety of menu choices, heed the advice of past guests and check out the mall's high-end eateries. And keep in mind, if you're hoping to do some sightseeing in the city's more tourist-friendly neighborhoods, you'll need a car or a stash of cab money: Live Aqua Urban Resort Mexico sits approximately 10 miles southwest of the city center.
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    Fiesta Americana Grand Chapultepec
    Mexico City
    4 miles to city center
    4.5-star Hotel Class
    4.5-star Hotel Class
    • Free WiFi

    If you're looking for a home base near Chapultepec Forest, consider a stay at the Fiesta Americana Grand Chapultepec. Views of the leafy landscape and stately castle can be seen from most of the 203 rooms and suites, making it a favored hotel among tourists. Rooms are outfitted with art deco-style interiors, 24-hour room service, mahogany accents and complimentary Wi-Fi access. And while the property does offer international cuisine at its restaurant, Salammbô, past visitors suggest sampling the neighborhood's tasty nearby eateries for more variety and faster service. After exploring the tree-lined streets of Polanco, head back to the Fiesta Americana Grand Chapultepec for cleansing facials and hydrotherapy treatments at the on-site spa or savor a cocktail at the Deco Bar in the hotel lobby.
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    The Westin Santa Fe, Mexico City
    Mexico City
    9.5 miles to city center
    4.5-star Hotel Class
    4.5-star Hotel Class
    While past visitors say this Westin outpost stands as one of Mexico City's best hotels for business travelers, tourists shouldn't shy away from its flourishing Santa Fe locale. Guests visiting the capital on business will appreciate the hotel's close proximity to the BBVA Bancomer convention center, while leisure travelers will be pleased to know they're less than 2 miles from the massive Centro Santa Fe shopping center. Whatever your reason for hanging your hat here, you'll find comfortable and well-designed digs outfitted with the signature Westin Heavenly Beds, spacious bathrooms (with White Tea by Westin toiletries and marble countertops), 32-inch LCD TVs and floor-to-ceiling windows. And whether you spent a day in meetings at the convention center or rummaging through racks at the mall, you can unwind at the Heavenly Spa by Westin, work off any lingering energy at the counter-current pool, dig into contemporary American fare at Market Kitchen or savor a cocktail at Eleven Bar & Lounge. What's more, if you are a Marriott Bonvoy member, you can receive room upgrades or complimentary nights or rack up rewards for future stays.
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    CONDESA df
    Mexico City
    3.4 miles to city center
    4.0-star Hotel Class
    4.0-star Hotel Class
    • Free Parking

    • Free WiFi

    Right in step with the neighborhood for which it's named, CONDESA df offers fashionable digs and a lively night scene that caters to trendy travelers. While it may have a French Neoclassical structure that dates back to the late 1920s, CONDESA's interiors are anything but antiquated. Contemporary touches, like walnut paneling and stylish furnishings, are courtesy of this Mexico City hotel's renowned interior designer India Mahdavi. And while the real star of CONDESA df is its fourth-floor sushi bar (one of the neighborhood's most popular late-night destinations, according to previous guests) and El Patio, a sophisticated restaurant that melds Mexican- and French-influenced dishes, the lodgings offer a few "wow" factors, too. Each room comes appointed with a rainfall shower, minibar, LCD TV and MALIN + GOETZ toiletries. If you're a light sleeper, travelers suggest booking a room on one of the lower floors; though you'll sacrifice the views, you won't have to suffer the late-night noise of rooftop revelers.
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    Courtyard Mexico City Airport
    Mexico City
    3.2 miles to city center
    4.0-star Hotel Class
    4.0-star Hotel Class
    • Free WiFi

    Connected to the Mexico City airport, this Marriott hotel is a convenient home base for business and leisure travelers with early or late flights. For those looking to sightsee, the property sits less than 5 miles east of the city center and its top attractions. Rooms are decorated in warm hues, with a white, beige and rich maroon color palette. All are equipped with soundproof windows (to block out airplane noise), coffee makers, free Wi-Fi access and LCD televisions. Outside the rooms, guests have access to a 24-hour fitness center with weights and cardio equipment. Travelers can also dine on-site at Centro Restaurant, which serves international fare, or enjoy 24-room service from the comfort of their accommodations. For those in town on business, the Courtyard Mexico City Airport houses a business center and seven meeting rooms and can assist guests with videoconferencing, copying, faxing, printing and delivery services. Overall, the majority of past visitors said this hotel was convenient and the staff was extremely friendly. However, some took issue with the room rates, saying the property was overpriced; keep in mind that Marriott Bonvoy members can use points to help keep costs down.
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    Hotel Boutique Catedral
    Mexico City
    2.1 miles to city center
    4.0-star Hotel Class
    4.0-star Hotel Class
    • Free WiFi

    Hotel Boutique Catedral is a 4 star hotel located at Cinco de Mayo 61 in Mexico City. It has a 4.5 overall guest rating based on 1957 reviews.
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    Historico Central
    Mexico City
    2.1 miles to city center
    4.0-star Hotel Class
    4.0-star Hotel Class
    • Free WiFi

    Situated within walking distance of Aztec-era landmarks, Historico Central offers travelers a luxurious respite from the hordes of tourists that flock to Mexico City's Centro Histórico neighborhood. Despite its location four blocks away from the historic Zócalo, the hotel offers modern perks like complimentary Wi-Fi access and air conditioning. Standard room amenities include flat-screen TVs, pillow menus, coffee makers and work desks. Recent guests loved that the room rates cover perks like valet parking, a daily breakfast buffet, bottled water and fruit baskets. Additional services, such as babysitting, airport transportation and car rentals, are also available for a fee. There is no on-site restaurant, but the property offers a selection of snacks and beverages and free loaner iPads for surfing the web at its 24-hour cafe. For more substantial meals, the hotel's sister property, Zócalo Central Hotel, houses Balcón Del Zócalo, an eatery that serves Mexican dishes for breakfast, lunch and dinner daily. Overall, previous visitors enjoyed their stays here, although some said outside noise can be heard inside the rooms.
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    Fiesta Americana Mexico Toreo
    Mexico City
    7.2 miles to city center
    4.0-star Hotel Class
    4.0-star Hotel Class
    • Free WiFi

    You'll find Fiesta Americana Mexico Toreo in the Toreo Parque Central shopping complex in northwestern Mexico City. Standard rooms come equipped with flat-screen TVs, free internet access, minibars and air conditioning. Suites also provide separate living and bedroom areas, each with a TV. For meals, head to 1521 Restaurant (the main dining venue) or Tapas Bar (which serves lighter fare). Recent guests praised the bevy of restaurants available on-site and in the attached mall. The property also features 12 floors of amenities that house everything from a billiards lounge to a lap pool to a terrace with views of the city. If you decide to venture out, can't-miss attractions like the Palacio de Bellas Artes and the Museo Nacional de Antropología sit within 7 miles of the property. Some past visitors recommend bringing detailed hotel directions in Spanish since taxi drivers often have a hard time finding the property.

Frequently Asked Questions About Mexico City Hotels

What are the best boutique hotels?

The best boutique hotels in Mexico City are Las Alcobas, A Luxury Collection Hotel and Gran Hotel Ciudad de México. View the best boutique hotels.

What are the best pool hotels?

Galeria Plaza Reforma and Distrito Capital are ranked among the best hotels with pools in Mexico City. View the best hotels with pools.

What are the best family hotels?

Top-ranked family hotels in Mexico City include Presidente InterContinental Santa Fe Mexico and Four Seasons Hotel Mexico City. View the best family hotels.

What are the best spa hotels?

The best hotels offering spa treatments in Mexico City are Four Seasons Hotel Mexico City and The St. Regis Mexico City. View the best spa hotels.

What are the best hotels with free parking?

Top-ranked hotels in Mexico City with free parking include Las Alcobas, A Luxury Collection Hotel and CONDESA df. View the top hotels with free parking.

What are the best hotels with airport shuttle service?

The best hotels offering airport shuttle service in Mexico City include Four Seasons Hotel Mexico City and The St. Regis Mexico City. View the top hotels with shuttle service.

What are the best hotels for fitness?

Top hotels offering great fitness facilities and amenities in Mexico City include Four Seasons Hotel Mexico City and The St. Regis Mexico City. View the best hotels for fitness.

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