Hotels in Mexico City

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Mexico City—a major business hub and growing city for leisure travelers—has a ton of great places to stay. There are reputable five-star chains like ... Read More

Mexico City—a major business hub and growing city for leisure travelers—has a ton of great places to stay. There are reputable five-star chains like the St. Regis, Four Seasons, and W, as well as one-of-a-kind hotels. A few options: an eco-friendly B&B that doubles as an art gallery; a star-architect-designed hotel that served as housing for athletes during the 1968 Olympics; and a three-suite boutique hotel with a bed that can be rolled to the terrace for sleeping alfresco.

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  • Camino Real Polanco Hotel in Mexico City Courtesy of FMPT-CDMX
    Camino Real Polanco

    Architecture aficionados should book at least one night at Camino Real in Polanco. The hotel, built for the 1968 Olympics, was designed by the late... Read More

  • Distrito Capital Hotel in Mexico City

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    Distrito Capital

    Minimalist and modern, Distrito Capital is an ideal hotel option if your travel takes you to the business district of Santa Fe. Note that while in the... Read More

  • Downtown Restaurant in Mexico City Luis García
    Downtown México

    A restored 17th-century building is home to Downtown México, a 17-room boutique hotel in the heart of Mexico City's Centro Histórico (Historic Center)... Read More

  • El Patio 77 Hotel in Mexico City Courtesy of El Patio 77
    El Patio 77

    El Patio 77's owners, the friendly Diego Le Provost and Alan Favero, bill El Patio 77 as Mexico City's first eco-friendly bed and breakfast, and in... Read More

  • Hippodrome Hotel in Mexico City Courtesy of Hippodrome Hotel
    Hippodrome Hotel

    Hippodrome Hotel, located on a leafy side street just off the lovely Parque México, evokes the Art Deco era with slate, plum, and aluminum accents. The... Read More

  • InterContinental Presidente Mexico City Hotel Courtesy of InterContinental Presidente Mexico City
    InterContinental Presidente Mexico City

    Exceptional service, large rooms, excellent on-site dining options, convenient location, and stellar views of Mexico's Auditorio Nacional (National... Read More

  • La Valise Hotel in Mexico City Courtesy of La Valise Hotel
    La Valise Hotel

    Mexico City has no shortage of boutique hotels characterized by thoughtful design details, but something about La Valise is particularly special. The... Read More

  • Las Alcobas Hotel in Mexico City Courtesy of Las Alcobas
    Las Alcobas

    Modern Mexican might be the best description of the Las Alcobas aesthetic. Rooms at the boutique hotel (now part of the Luxury Collection) are decorated... Read More

  • The St. Regis Hotel in Mexico City Courtesy of The St. Regis Mexico City
    The St. Regis Mexico City

    St. Regis couldn't have picked a better spot for its first Latin American property, which opened in 2009. The 31-story hotel sits on one of Mexico City... Read More

  • W Mexico City Hotel in Mexico City Courtesy of W Mexico City
    W Mexico City

    Design buffs who aren't afraid of angles, geometric patterns, bright colors, bold art works, and psychedelic lighting will love W Mexico City, which... Read More

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