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Mexico City Mexico Accommodations

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The Mexico City center point is approximately 8 miles west of Parque Nacional Desierto de los Leones and 10 miles west of Ciudad de los Ninos.

Not only is Mexico City the capital of Mexico, but it's also the largest Spanish-speaking city in the world. As a city originally built by the Aztecs in 1325, it's one of the oldest capitals in the Americas. While almost completely destroyed in 1521, the basic layout of the ancient city was preserved when it was rebuilt. Today, the city is a mix of pre-Hispanic history and contemporary growth. When you're planning a trip to Mexico City to explore the culture, you'll want to find a hotel experience as special as the city itself. More from this guide...

Mexico City Hotels/Accommodations

The Place Corporate Rentals : Prolongacion Reforma 2742 Lomas Bezares
Prolongacion Reforma 2742 Lomas Bezares, Ciudad De Mexico, 11910 Mexico ~7.51 miles east of Mexico City
  • Midscale hotel
  • 6 floors in hotel
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Sleep Inn Mexico City - Cuajimalpa De Morelos
Carretera Mexico, Cuajimalpa De Morelos, 05320 Mexico ~8.32 miles east of Mexico City
  • Two-star hotel
  • Check-in time: 15:00
City Express Plus Interlomas in Mex
Blvd. Palmas Hill Huixquilucan, Mex, 52764 Mexico ~9.28 miles east of Mexico City
  • Mid-scale property
  • Check-in: 15:00
Sleep Inn Ciudad De Mexico Cuajimalpa : Carretera Mexico
Carretera Mexico, Cuajimalpa De Morelos, 5320 Mexico ~9.36 miles east of Mexico City
  • Low Cost Suburban property
  • 2 meeting rooms in property
Hyatt House Mexico City / Santa Fe
Prol. Vasco De Quiroga #4001 Santa Fe C, Mexico City, 05348 Mexico
  • 3 star Suburban property
  • 8 floors in hotel
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Ventura Hotel & Suites by Dominion : Bosque De Palma Datil 11 Interlomas
Bosque De Palma Datil 11 Interlomas, Huixquilucan, 52786 Mexico ~9.47 miles east of Mexico City
  • High-end property
  • 58 suites in property
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NH Collection Mexico City Santa Fé - Mexico City
Juan Salvador Agraz 44 Santa Fe, Mexico City, 05109 Mexico
  • 4 star Suburban hotel
  • 8 suites in hotel
City Express Plus Santa Fe : Juan Salvador Agraz 69
Juan Salvador Agraz 69, Mexico City, 05348 Mexico
  • Mid-scale hotel
  • 136 rooms in hotel
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Intercontinental Presidente Santa Fe Mexico : Av. Juan Salvador Agraz 97 Santa Fe
Av. Juan Salvador Agraz 97 Santa Fe, Ciudad De México, 05348 Mexico ~9.76 miles east of Mexico City
  • High-end hotel
  • Check-in: 3:00 pm
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Distrito Capital - Mexico City
Av. Juan Salvador Agraz 37, Mexico City, 05300 Mexico
  • Luxury Five Star Suburban hotel
  • Check in time: 03 pm
  • Average hotel building
  • Great location
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Stadia Suites Mexico City Santa Fe : Juan Salvador Agraz # 60
Juan Salvador Agraz # 60, Mexico City, 05300 Mexico
  • Four star Resort hotel
  • 207 suites in hotel
  • Most guests found the staff to be very friendly
  • Reception should be more attentive
HauSuites Santa Fe
Prolongacion Reforma 1190 Santa Fe, Mexico City, 05300 Mexico
  • High end Convention Center property
  • 60 suites in property
  • Perfectly located
  • Service could be improved
HauSuites Santa Fe
Prolongacion Reforma 1190, Ciudad De Mexico, 05349 Mexico ~10.26 miles east of Mexico City
  • Three Star hotel
  • 60 rooms in hotel
Comfort Inn Ciudad De Mexico Santa Fe : Prol. Paseo De La Reforma 557
Prol. Paseo De La Reforma 557, Mexico City, 1330 Mexico
  • Three Star Suburban hotel
  • 4 conference rooms in property
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Capital O Quinta del Rey Express in Son
San Antonio 102 San Pedro Toluca, Son, 50200 Mexico ~10.50 miles west of Mexico City
  • Mid-scale hotel
  • Check in time: 15:00
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Holiday Inn México Santa Fe in Mexico City
Guillermo Gonzalez Camarena 1400, Mexico City, 01210 Mexico
  • Three Star hotel
  • Hotel has 128 rooms
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Holiday Inn México Santa Fe - Mexico City
Guillermo Gonzalez Camarena, Mexico City, 01210 Mexico
  • Affordable hotel
  • Access to gym on-site
Microtel Inn & Suites by Wyndham Toluca
Blvd. Aeropuerto Miguel Aleman, Toluca, 50200 Mexico ~10.53 miles southwest of Mexico City
  • 2-star property
  • Check in: 15:00
Doubletree by Hilton Hotel Mexico City Santa Fe
Calle 3 55 Col Lomas De Santa Fe 0, Santa Fe, 01219 Mexico ~10.66 miles east of Mexico City
  • Mid-scale property
  • 10 suites in property
Camino Real Santa Fe
Guillermo Gonzalez Camarena 300, Mexico City, 01210 Mexico
  • Luxurious 5 Star Suburban property
  • Hotel has a green policy See policy
Sheraton Mexico City Santa Fe
Calle Guillermo González Camarena # 200, Mexico City, 01210 Mexico
  • High-end Suburban property
  • Shuttle to airport available
  • Amenities are good
  • Most guests thought the service was very professional
JW Marriott Hotel Mexico City Santa Fe
Ave. Santa Fe 160 Col. Santa F, Mexico City, 01219 Mexico
  • Luxurious 5-star Convention Center property
  • Fitness center on property
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Hilton Mexico City Santa Fe in Mexico City
Antonio Dovali Jaime North 70, Mexico City, 1219 Mexico
  • Luxury 5 star hotel
  • 11 meeting rooms in property
  • Friendly service
  • Most guests thought, the hotel was modern
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Hotel Novotel Mexico City Santa Fe : Antonio Dovalí Jaime 75 Col Centro De Ciudad Santa
Antonio Dovalí Jaime 75 Col Centro De Ciudad Santa, Mexico City, 01210 Mexico
  • Low-priced property
  • Hotel has 10 floors
Courtyard by Marriott Toluca Airport - Toluca
Blvd. Miguel Aleman 177, Toluca, 50200 Mexico ~10.88 miles southwest of Mexico City
  • 4-star hotel
  • 153 sleeping rooms in hotel
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Graph: Upcoming 20 Days of Mexico City Hotel Rates

Rates shown are nightly rates before taxes and do not necessarily reflect all Mexico City, Mexico discounts available. The chart reflects the cheapest Mexico City hotel for each day and each star rating category.

When to Visit Mexico City, Mexico

If you're looking for great hotel deals in Mexico City, your best time to visit is between December and February. While you'll enjoy some of the cheapest hotel rates of the year, the tradeoff is that you'll also experience some of the coolest temperatures as well. January and February are the coolest months in Mexico City, with the lows averaging around 45 degrees Fahrenheit. However, the daytime highs are typically in the upper 60s or lower 70s, and the weather is usually sunny and pleasant.

On the other hand, if you visit Mexico City between the months of March and May, you'll enjoy some of the best weather the area has to offer. High temperatures average in the upper 70s, with little to no rain. Since the weather is so nice, visitors abound and hotel prices tend to be higher. If you plan to travel during that time, be sure to book your hotel room early so you're guaranteed a place to stay.

In Mexico City, the months between June and August are peak rainy season. During breaks in the rain, high temperatures hover around the mid- to high 70s. However, since the rain discourages a lot of visitors from traveling to the city during this time, hotels will offer slightly lower rates.

While the rainy season in Mexico City lasts until the end of October, traveling to the area in the months between September and November is popular thanks to some of the most famous festivals. Natives celebrate Mexican Independence Day on Sept. 16 and Day of the Dead on Nov. 1. Since these festivals attract crowds, hotels tend to raise rates during these months. Also, if you plan on traveling during those months, be sure to pack some warmer clothing items.

Below is a chart of the current pricing seasonality of hotels and motels in Mexico City, Mexico:

seasonality of hotel rates in Mexico City

Mexico City, Mexico: Prices by Star Rating Class

Below are 3 charts illustrating avg. nightly cost trends by star rating class in Mexico City, Mexico. Browse these illustrations to determine the cheapest time period to book a room in Mexico City for upcoming travels.

Luxury Hotel Options in Mexico City, Mexico

4 Star Average Prices: $83.53

If you're looking for a hotel that offers exceptional service and amenities, consider one of the luxury hotels in Mexico City. Crowne Plaza Hotel de México is in the prominent Del Valle neighborhood. To relax and unwind, head to the on-site spa and indulge in treatments such as body wraps, body scrubs, massages, and facials. When you get hungry, choose between one of the two on-site restaurants, Dolce Mexico and Bistro Fusion. Dolce Mexico serves international cuisine for lunch and dinner, and Bistro Fusion specializes in fusion cuisine for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.

Situated in a sleek high-rise overlooking the historic Paseo de la Reforma, St. Regis Mexico City offers plush rooms and lavish suites. Delight in the butler service that offers coffee or tea service in your room when you arrive, garment pressing, and unpacking and packing service. When you're looking for a place to eat, think about one of the eight on-site restaurants. Choices include Diana Restaurant, which offers Mediterranean dishes made with seafood; Cantina del Sol, which serves Mexican food 24 hours a day; and Prime Steak House by Jean-Georges Vongerichten, which specializes in steak.

All 135 rooms at the Live Aqua Mexico City Hotel & Spa feature thoughtful touches such as slippers, a pillow menu, LCD televisions with cable channels, free wireless Internet, and 24-hour room service. Feel Spa by Aqua, the on-site spa, has treatment rooms for couples and individual treatment rooms. Services offered include Swedish massage, hot stone massage, body scrubs, manicures, and pedicures.

Affordable Hotel Options in Mexico City, Mexico

3 Star Average Prices: $79.52

If you want to save your money for attractions around Mexico City, consider one of the many affordable hotel options in the area. To stay in the heart of downtown Mexico City, book a stay at Ramada Reforma Mexico City. This hotel is within 15 minutes of many famous attractions, including Palacio de Bellas Artes, Monumento a la Revolución, and Museo Nacional de la Revolución. When you get back to the hotel, take a swim in the indoor pool, then dine at the on-site restaurant or order room service and eat in the comfort of your own room.

When you're staying at Howard Johnson Hotel Alameda Mexico City, be sure to take short walk to Alameda Central, a former Aztec marketplace that's now a popular park decorated with statues and fountains. At the hotel, enjoy amenities such as free wireless Internet, plasma televisions, and rainfall shower heads. When you get hungry, dine at the on-site restaurant or walk to one of the many restaurants in the surrounding neighborhood.

The standard rooms at the Hotel Bristol come with features such as free wireless Internet, a television, and a full bathroom with amenities. Upgrade to a suite and enjoy a pullout sofa and a terrace. Since the hotel is conveniently in the heart of the city, it's less than one mile from popular attractions including The Angel of Independence Monument, the Monument to Cuauhtémoc, and Diana the Huntress Fountain.

3 Star Hotel Prices in Mexico City

2 Star Average Prices: $55.23

Best Discounts in Mexico City, Mexico

Whether you're looking for good savings or a special package, plenty of Mexico City hotels offer discounts. JW Marriott Hotel Mexico City gives AAA and CAA members discounts on everything from rooms to spa services. Marriott also offers a 15 percent discount to seniors who are 62 years or older. Even if you can't take advantage of the deals, you can still enjoy guest rooms with floor-to-ceiling windows to take in the city views, thick mattresses with cotton linens, and luxurious marble bathrooms.

If you're looking for a lovely escape in Mexico City, book the Romantic Getaway package at the Sheraton Santa Fe Hotel Mexico City. This package will give you a room upgrade, bottle of Cava, American breakfast for two, and dinner for two. Or you can book the Sheraton Breakfast package. This option will help you fuel up for a full day of exploring the city with a free full American breakfast each day of your stay.

Best Value Options in Mexico City, Mexico

If you're searching for a mid-range hotel in Mexico City, you have plenty of options available. Holiday Inn Hotel & Suites Mexico Medica Sur is conveniently in the business district. It's close to a metro station and a few miles from attractions such as Estadio Azteca and Fuentes Brotantes de Tlalpan National Park. The hotel features a health club and a restaurant, and the rooms come with amenities such as MP3 docks, free wireless Internet, and flat-screen televisions with cable channels and a DVD player.

The ibis Styles Mexico Zona Rosa is a modern hotel in the lively Zona Rosa. Restaurants, bars, shopping centers, and museums surround the hotel. In your room, you can enjoy complimentary mineral water along with wireless Internet access and a 32-inch LCD television with main channels. Plus, for an extra fee, your dog can stay with you at the hotel.

The family-friendly Best Western Hotel Majestic is in Mexico City's historic district. From here, take a few steps to reach the Plaza de la Constitución, Museo de la Ciudad de México, and Catedral Metropolitana. All of the rooms also offer an excellent view of Madero and Zocalo Avenue, where you can watch the flag-raising and lowering ceremony each morning and afternoon. In your room, take advantage of the free wireless Internet access, cable television, espresso maker, and free bottled water.

Top Attractions in Mexico City, Mexico

With a history as long and varied as Mexico City's history, you'll discover countless attractions to explore as you learn more about the city. If you're interested in knowing more about Aztec history, choose a hotel near Museo del Templo Mayor. This ancient site was one of the main temples of the ancient capital city. View unearthed portions of two religious temples, and then head into the museum and view sculptures, figurines, clay pots, urns, skulls, masks, and knives also found at the site.

To take in some of the beauty of Mexico City, consider a hotel near Bosque de Chapultepec. At 1,695 acres, this is one of the largest urban parks in the Western Hemisphere. The park is divided into three sections and includes forests, lakes, monuments, museums, two amusement parks, restaurants, and the Chapultepec Zoo, Zoológico de Chapultepec.

Whether you're coming to the area to explore ancient history, or you want to enjoy Mexican cuisine and culture, Mexico City offers an experience for everyone. From affordable hotels that put you in the heart of the city to luxury hotels that offer some of the best comforts for travelers, Mexico City delivers an impressive variety of accommodations.

A visit to Mexico City Recapped

The world's second biggest city has been the cultural capital of Mexico. Its interesting history that started from 1325 can be seen in every corner. But what's more fascinating is its harmony with modern living amenities. From the floating gardens, stately buildings, soccer stadiums, high-end shopping centers to pulsating nightlife scene, you will find the city a haven whatever type of traveler you may be. The town was called City of Palaces due to its numerous imperial edifices including the La Catedral and the City Hall situated in Zocalo, one of the world's largest town squares. Ciudad Universitaria, Alameda and Paseo de la Reforma and Plaza Garibaldi-Mariachi are some other notable landmarks of Mexico City. The town holds the world-record of having the most number of museums so you better check a few of them if you can't go over all of them. Among the most popular are National Museum of Anthropology and the Templo Mayor Museum in Centro that holds a vast collection of Aztec relics. The city is into sports so you may want to participate in horse or car racing while you're in town. Watch a spectacular futbol game and cheer with the locals. End your day with a drink or two or dance the night away in its cool bars and pubs.

'For every little child, no matter where you're from, your dreams are valid- Lupita Nyong'o the Mexican born Kenyan actress once said.

The capital city of Mexico is known for being heavily populated, but over recent years with public spaces being improved, it has been attracting more visitors. There is much to see and do in this city, and a fascinating history to be explored. Mexico City hotels vary from the extremely cheap to the lavish and luxurious. 

Low Cost Hotels in Mexico City 

Cheap hotels are everywhere in Mexico City and there is a lot to choose from. Ibis has some of their cheap hotels in this city. One is Ibis Styles Mexico Zona Rosa which is in a great location for the budget traveler, as it's located just three minutes away from a metro station. As an Ibis hotel its rooms are clean and straightforward, making it the perfect base for those looking to do a lot of sightseeing in Mexico City. A slightly different option is the New York Hotel found in the heart of the downtown area. It's near to many of the important attractions and buildings. It offers basic rooms complete with bathrooms for a budget friendly price.

A Touch of Luxury 

Hotel Catedral is close to a metro station and very centrally located. This four star hotel is a laid-back and casual option, offering a touch of luxury for visitors. As the name suggests the hotel is located near to the Cathedral, right behind it in fact! They provide a comfortable and safe environment for the business traveler and the tourist. Grand Fiesta Americana Chapultepec is a very modern and contemporary option for those looking at luxury hotels in Mexico City. It overlooks Chapultepec, which is an urban park, zoo and castle. The Four Seasons Mexico City is set in a colonial style building, close to the Museo Nacional de Antropología. There is a spa in the hotel which offers many different treatments to guests. The hotel is lavishly decorated with comfort at the forefront, and the 240 rooms are furnished beautifully. The InterContinental Presidente Mexico City is set in a very modern high rise building, spread over forty-two floors, meaning guests have stunning views over Chapultepec Park. Rooms are clean and comfortable and staff work hard to ensure that all of their guests have a good stay. 

Boutique and Design Hotels

There are also many Mexico City hotels which are independently run. Las Alcobas is a premier boutique option for those preferring slightly different hotels in Mexico City. It is much smaller than the other luxury hotels, with thirty-five rooms which are custom designed to the highest standard. Rooms also come with rain showers and jacuzzis, meaning relaxation is easy at this hotel. The W Hotel Mexico City is another boutique option, which is located in a very chic neighbourhood, where one doesn't need to look far for great shops, nightlife and trendy art galleries. It has a variety of rooms, suites, and studios all decorated differently.

FAQs about hotels in Mexico City

What are the most favored hotels in Mexico City?

Sleep Inn Mexico City, JW Marriott Hotel Mexico City Santa Fe and Hilton Mexico City Santa Fe are the best rated hotels based on customer reviews in the last 365 days.

What are the 4-5 star hotels in Mexico City?

Distrito Capital, Camino Real Santa Fe and JW Marriott Hotel Mexico City Santa Fe are the top 3 luxury hotels near Mexico City city center.

What hotels are closest to the city center of Mexico City?

The Place Corporate Rentals, Sleep Inn Mexico City, and City Express Plus Interlomas are the properties closest to Mexico City city center.

What are the best independent hotels in Mexico City?

Live Aqua Urban Resort México, Fiesta Americana Ciudad de México Satelite and The Place Corporate Rentals are the best rated independent hotels (not part of a big brand).

What are the best Marriott hotels in Mexico City?

JW Marriott Hotel Mexico City Santa Fe, Sheraton Mexico City Santa Fe and Courtyard by Marriott Toluca Airport are the best rated Marriott/Starwood branded hotels (based on customer reviews score).

What are the best Choice Hotels branded hotels in Mexico City?

Sleep Inn Mexico City, Comfort Inn Ciudad De Mexico Santa Fe and Sleep Inn Ciudad De Mexico Cuajimalpa are the best rated Choice Hotels branded hotels (based on HotelPlanner reviews score).

What are the most popular Best Western hotels in Mexico City?

Best Western Plus Gran Marques and Best Western Plus Metepec & Suites are the best rated Best Western branded hotels (based on user reviews score).

What are the most popular IHG hotels in Mexico City?

Intercontinental Presidente Santa Fe Mexico, Holiday Inn México Santa Fe and Holiday Inn México Santa Fe are the best rated Intercontinental Hotel Group (IHG) branded hotels (based on user reviews score).

Verified reviews of the city of Mexico City

Below are reviews of the city of Mexico City, Mexico from an actual visitor's perspective.

"Great Cultured Stay"
Score 5.0 / 5

Our favorite visit was the History of Our Lady of Guadalupe and the temples.The thing I did not like was the pollution,especially around holidays because of the fireworks.

Francine K., from 14-Dec-2016
"Meetings in Mexico City"
Score 5.0 / 5

It is a city with a rich history, with many traces of the old Spanish conquistadors and Aztec culture still present. The Templo Mayor and Catedral Metropolitana are a must see when visiting. The nightlife has several options if you just want to sit at a bar and have a nice drink, of if you want to take it to the dance floor till the following day.

Lina G., from 29-Jun-2015
The average traveler rating of the city of Mexico City, Mexico shown above is 5.0 out of 5 based on 2 reviews
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