- View all PhotosSan Miguel de Allende0.5 miles to city centerTripAdvisor (1246)Free WiFiRead MoreA member of the elite Rosewood hotel group, the Rosewood San Miguel de Allende has quite the reputation to uphold. Most visitors only have good things to say about the property, praising its central location in San Miguel de Allende, friendly staff members and high-end appearance. The hotel's 67 rooms reflect the city's colonial heritage and come outfitted with wood-beamed ceilings, handcrafted furnishings and local artwork. You'll also have your own terrace or balcony, soaking tub and fireplace (depending on which room you book). Previous visitors highly recommend an evening drink at the Luna Rooftop Tapas Bar, where you can enjoy fantastic city views. The Mexican cuisine at 1826 Restaurant also earns high praise; however, some caution that meals here can be pricey. Sense, A Rosewood Spa receives the same critique, though serenity-seeking guests found the massages and skin treatments to be worth the extra coin. The hotel also features a variety of activities (for an extra fee), including art workshops, wine tastings and half-day horseback riding tours. If you prefer to relax without worrying about putting a dent in your wallet, spend an afternoon lounging by one of the three hotel pools.5.0-star Hotel ClassFree WiFi
- View all PhotosMexico City5.3 miles to city centerTripAdvisor (727)Free ParkingFree WiFiRead MoreThis 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, 42-inch 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.5.0-star Hotel ClassFree ParkingFree WiFi
- View all PhotosSan Miguel De Allende0.4 miles to city centerTripAdvisor (689)Free WiFiRead MoreSitting in central San Miguel de Allende, a sizeable city in central Mexico, Belmond Casa de Sierra Nevada blends into its historic surroundings. The hotel occupies several colonial mansions within walking distance of popular cultural sites like the San Miguel de Allende Historical Museum and the stunning Parroquia de San Miguel Arcangel cathedral. Yet despite its central location, guests describe Belmond Casa de Sierra Nevada as quiet and peaceful. Guest rooms ooze Old World charm with antique furnishings and bright decorative accents (some rooms also boast stone fireplaces). Although they look like they belong in an 18th-century villa, the accommodations are equipped with modern-day conveniences like upscale bath products, TVs and wireless internet access. However, recent guests mentioned that you could hear outside noise from within the accommodations. Meanwhile, the property's outdoor swimming pool provides respite from the Mexican heat, while a massage at the Laja Spa will leave you feeling replenished. Although Casa de Sierra Nevada's location is ideal for sampling the city's culinary offerings, consider dining in at least once: The on-site restaurant, Andanza, earns rave reviews from previous guests for its contemporary Mexican fare and charming colonial-inspired setting. And for a quiet nightcap, make your way to The Blue Bar.5.0-star Hotel ClassFree WiFi
- View all PhotosSan Miguel de Allende0.4 miles to city centerTripAdvisor (385)Free BreakfastFree ParkingFree WiFiRead MoreHotel Matilda breaks the mold of San Miguel de Allende hotels: While other luxury mainstays highlight the city's history by preserving antique architecture and dressing their rooms in colonial-style decor, Matilda showcases contemporary art and chic interior design. Guest rooms feature white, gray and brown hues (with a few turquoise accents), as well as top-notch amenities like 40-inch LCD TVs, iPod docking stations, MALIN+GOETZ bath products and complimentary Wi-Fi access. The hotel also boasts an infinity pool with a sundeck, as well as the Spa Matilda, where you can enjoy a soothing massage or body treatment. When you're ready for a bite to eat, Moxi Restaurant offers a menu filled with traditional Mexican eats along with inventive dishes. What's more, Hotel Matilda earns high praise from past visitors for its location in the heart of San Miguel de Allende – less than a block north of Juarez Park – and many guests feel the property delivers first-rate customer service.4.0-star Hotel ClassFree BreakfastFree ParkingFree WiFi
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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.4.0-star Hotel ClassFree WiFi
- Read MoreAccording to recent travelers, the Hotel La Casona offers a boutique atmosphere in the heart of Mexico City. Originally opened by two Swiss brothers and their father in 1994, the 29-room property sits within walking distance of top sights like El Angel de la Independencia and Bosque de Chapultepec, plus a variety of shops, restaurants and theaters. To get around the immediate area, the hotel offers complimentary loaner bicycles. But if you'd rather linger on-site, don't fret: This boutique boasts all sorts of amenities. For business travelers, there's a business center and a meeting room, while lodgers in search of relaxation will enjoy the outdoor terrace, the reading room and the fitness center's steam bath. A restaurant with an eclectic menu of international and Swiss-inspired dishes, a wine cellar and a bar is also available. And as far as accommodations go, this boutique property's rooms feature traditional decor with art- or music-inspired accents and modern amenities like flat-screen TVs, work desks and internet access. Though some past guests said rooms here are outdated and can get noisy if facing the street, many appreciated the comfortable beds and spacious bathrooms.Free WiFi
- View all PhotosMexico City10.9 miles to city centerTripAdvisor (146)Free ParkingFree WiFiRead MoreA retro-chic boutique hotel in Mexico City's hip Santa Fe district, Distrito Capital appeals to visitors seeking a trendy atmosphere. Guests consistently praise the panoramic views (especially those seen from corner rooms), but are also quick to compliment the hotel's intimate setting. Along with a contemporary lobby on the fifth floor, Distrito Capital showcases 1960s-inspired furniture and a minimalist design. Throughout the hotel, you'll find black walls, stark white linens and studio windows meant to flaunt the hotel's greatest asset – its vistas. Guest rooms are also appointed with high-end amenities like Acqua de Parma bath products, iPod docking stations and rain showers. You'll also find an outdoor 52-foot infinity-edge pool on the fifth floor, along with the property's Mexican restaurant. And according to previous patrons, with eclectic menu itiems like shrimp tacos, chicken blackberry mole and veal schnitzel, the on-site eats are equally as delicious as they are innovative.
- View all PhotosMexico City4.8 miles to city centerTripAdvisor (281)Free ParkingFree WiFiRead MoreIdeal for younger travelers who value design and ambiance above peace and quiet, Hotel Habita is a hip retreat tucked within the city's diverse Polanco district. Reflective of its stylish neighborhood, Hotel Habita offers chic indulgences aplenty. Though it can get crowded, the trendy fifth-floor pool is consistently lauded by guests for its cool architecture, open-air Jacuzzi and swanky atmosphere. Meanwhile the sixth-floor terrace, relaxing treatments and massage therapies at the spa, and uncluttered accommodations also receive high praise from visitors. All rooms are appointed with MALIN+GOETZ toiletries and minibars, among other high-end amenities. Some also come equipped with private terraces. To minimize traffic noise, past guests suggest booking a room on one of the upper floors, facing away from the street and not directly under the pool. And though there are a variety of Polanco restaurants to choose from right outside the hotel (a point of praise for past guests), the hotel also offers its own restaurant in the lobby serving a menu of international contemporary cuisine.
- Read MoreRight 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.
- View all PhotosMexico City5.8 miles to city centerTripAdvisor (501)Free BreakfastFree ParkingFree WiFiRead MoreReflective of its Polanco neighborhood surroundings, Las Suites is a fashionable hideaway with well-appointed accommodations. More like studio apartments than hotel rooms, each of the property's 91 suites comes outfitted with a kitchenette, flat-screen TV, Nespresso coffee maker, iPod docking station and free Wi-Fi access. When you're ready to steal away from your cozy digs, head to the rooftop swimming pool and sun deck, which offers dramatic vistas overlooking Polanco's cityscape. Past visitors say the pool is ideal for doing laps, and the surrounding area is a peaceful retreat from the bustling street traffic below. If you're itching to explore greater Polanco, fill up on continental fare at the Coffee Lounge, which offers complimentary breakfast, or take the advice of past guests and venture beyond Las Suites to indulge in some of the area's notoriously tasty eateries. Traveling on business? You'll find plenty of amenities geared toward transient visitors here, too, including a business center, a meeting room, a gym and a spa.4.0-star Hotel ClassFree BreakfastFree ParkingFree WiFi
- View all PhotosHuixquilucan10.3 miles to city centerTripAdvisor (166)Free BreakfastFree ParkingRead MoreFor travelers looking for a residential retreat in Mexico City, Ventura Hotel & Suites by Dominion might just fit the bill. Featuring studios along with one- and two-bedroom suites in the Interlomas area, about 12 miles west of the city center, Ventura Hotel & Suites garners high praise from past visitors for its comfortable accommodations, convenient location and reasonably priced rates. Suites feature living and dining areas, kitchenettes and in the one- and two-bedroom suites, washers and dryers. Apart from the well-appointed digs, guests also enjoy the continental breakfast, fitness center and high speed internet. What's more, many travelers praise the courteous and helpful staff and are quick to point out that the city's top attractions are just a cab ride away. When you're not out exploring the city, enjoy access to Ventura's garden and business center.4.0-star Hotel ClassFree BreakfastFree Parking
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Bringing a little bit of Great Britain to Mexico City's Polanco neighborhood, The Green Park Hotel is both elegant and quaint. Along with its English-style interior, the hotel also boasts a high tea service and traditional English fare at The View restaurant (so named for its panoramic display of Chapultepec Park). Facing the verdant park landscape, this 33-suite hotel garners high praise from guests for its enviable location and attentive staff. Accommodations are appointed with European decor, marble bathrooms (with spacious tubs or Jacuzzis), 32-inch LCD TVs, separate living rooms and views of the park or the hotel's interior terrace. Recent guests suggest booking a room overlooking the terrace, especially if you're a light sleeper, as the property isn't shielded from the street noise below. If you've sacrificed the scenery for a better night's sleep, don't worry: You can still enjoy the vistas at The View or the roof garden.4.0-star Hotel ClassFree ParkingFree WiFi
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Originally constructed in the 17th century, the Hotel de Cortés honors its colonial roots while embracing Mexico City's emerging modernity. Situated in the Centro Historico district, in front of Alameda Central Park and a short walk from the Palacio de Bellas Artes, the Hotel de Cortés fits right in with its baroque architecture and colonial heritage. All 26 rooms feature modern amenities, like TVs, wireless internet access, minibars, coffee makers and views of bustling Hidalgo Avenue. For panoramic city vistas and delectable libations, head to El Cielo de Cortés bar. Though some recent guests lament the bar's loud noise level and slow service, they say the cityscape views are worth checking out. And while it's tempting to explore the downtown eateries, recent visitors suggest sticking around the hotel for the contemporary Mexican dishes served at Restaurant 1620.4.0-star Hotel ClassFree WiFi
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