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Barceló Mexico Reforma

Hotel in Juarez, Mexico City

Offering a heated pool, spa center and fitness center, Barcelo Mexico Reforma is located in Mexico City. Guests can enjoy the on-site bar and a la carte restaurant. This hotel is in a pretty great location. The room was clean and spacious, the beds were comfortable and the bathroom was also spacious and clean. The food was good, and the staff were friendly. This is a good value hotel, I would recommend this if you wanted a hotel a little outside the centre but still within walking distance to everything (my partner and I walk a lot though, to some people the walk to the centre might be long). I had an issue with the toilet not flushing and that was fixed right away. I also had a problem with my laundry, one of my clothing pieces came back with a pen or red marker stain, obviously this was an accident but still very annoying. I was compensated for this but they should be more careful when handling guests clothing. Other than this, I enjoyed my stay! Thank you!

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9
Awesome
2,902 reviews
Avg. price/night:
$62.25

Galeria Plaza Reforma

Hotel in Juarez, Mexico City

Located in Zona Rosa one block from Paseo de la Reforma's office buildings, the Galeria Plaza Reforma attracts both business travelers and vacationers. All aspects were great; location, facilities, staff, dining, cleanliness. For example I left my cellphone in a taxi I booked outside the hotel. The staff went out of their way to ring the driver & help me get it back. We were two women traveling together so the ATM & money changing facilities inside the hotel were very useful. We ate several times at the hotel & the food was excellent. The buffet breakfast for less than $30 each was superb - the variety & quality. Best Ive ever had & I have travelled widely in NZ & overseas. I would recommend this hotel to everyone & if I’m lucky enough to visit again I will come back.

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9
Awesome
936 reviews
Avg. price/night:
$55

NH Collection Mexico City Reforma

Hotel in Juarez, Mexico City

The NH Mexico City Reforma features an outdoor pool, a restaurant and air-conditioned rooms with satellite TV. It is set in the center of the popular Zona Rosa district and has its own on-site... Well located, good infrastructure, nice staff.

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8.3
Very Good
1,703 reviews
Avg. price/night:
$55.78

Hotel Diligencias

Hotel in Mexico City Historic Center, Mexico City

Hotel Diligencias is in central Mexico City, just 1 block from Plaza Garibaldi Square and 2 blocks from Reforma Avenue. It offers rooms with cable TV and free Wi-Fi. Great location, very clean, comfortable and a great price. The staff were amazing as well in particular George! It was raining heavily the night I stayed there and George lent me his own personal umbrella. Above and beyond service, thank you very much George!

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8.2
Very Good
1,946 reviews
Avg. price/night:
$22

One Ciudad de Mexico Alameda

Hotel in Mexico City Historic Center, Mexico City

One Ciudad de Mexico Alameda is located 656 feet from the Mexico City’s Alameda Park and 3 minutes’ walk from Diego Rivera Museum. Free WiFi and free breakfast are available. Great location in the heart of Mexico City The hotel is near the zocalo (25 min walking distance), lots of restaurants and shops near by. There is a Turibus stop very close and great option for turist to go around the city. The staff is super friendly and ready to assist us all the time. Great front desk team. The room is not huge, but in good size for 2 people. Very confortable beds with great pillows and linens. Bathroom with great shower and hot water. Very good size bathroom, not a small type. Breakfast was a very good positive surprise: big variety and couldn't eat everything they offer. Juice, fruits, yogurt, waffle, breads, diferent sweets as muffins and donuts, cream cheese, cottage chese, 2 types of mexican food every day, eggs, vegetables, coffee and tea. Lots of food! Amazing. The complimentary coffee and tea all day long it's a Plus! Because we were out all day long and always had a cup of tea or coffee before going up to the room. We had a problem with the window lock and the Ac and they solved it very fast. Great job!

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8.5
Very Good
1,203 reviews
Avg. price/night:
$30

Fiesta Americana Reforma

Hotel in Juarez, Mexico City

Situated in front of the Cristobal Colón circle in Mexico City's cultural, corporate and financial district, this hotel offers luxurious services, such as an on-site spa, and delicious dining options.... The room was BIG, the bed was COMFY, the staff were SO NICE, we felt safe and secure and all of the restaurants were delicious!

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8.7
Excellent
1,636 reviews
Avg. price/night:
$35

Hotel MX reforma

Hotel in Juarez, Mexico City

Ideally located in the Reforma district of Mexico City, Hotel MX reforma is set 2625 feet from The Angel of Independence, 1.1 mi from United States Embassy and 1.4 mi from Chapultepec Castle. Great location! The terrace room in the corner with Reforma is just great! Has enough terrace space to have a party (not suggesting to have one). The staff is very helpful and welcoming. I will stay there again for sure!

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8.7
Excellent
1,235 reviews
Avg. price/night:
$46

Hotel Geneve CD de Mexico

Hotel in Juarez, Mexico City

This historic hotel is conveniently placed in Juarez, Mexico's Pink Zone, moments from shops, restaurants and attractions, and combines historic charm with modern amenities and facilities, including... Historical and beautiful hotel... Chic bar, gorgeous hall and lovely dining room with vertical garden, loved every detail of it! The staff is so welcoming and helpful. I will return there every time I'm in Mexico city!

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8.4
Very Good
917 reviews
Avg. price/night:
$56

Selina Mexico City Downtown

Hotel in Mexico City Historic Center, Mexico City

Ideally located in the historic district of Mexico City, Selina Community Mexico City Downtown is close to Salto del Agua Metro Station, and only a 15 minutes’ walk from the Zócalo Square. Good location. Good facility. Good staff.

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7.9
Good
2,347 reviews
Avg. price/night:
$11

Capital O Monarca

Hotel in Roma, Mexico City

Offering free WiFi, Hotel Monarca offers accommodations in Mexico City, 0.8 mi from The Antique Mexican Toy Museum and 0.8 mi from Zona Rosa. Staff was really friendly and helped me with the phone call for the airline company when I needed to change flights

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8
Very Good
1,007 reviews
Avg. price/night:
$22

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Aztec Capital and Vibrant Metropolis

As one of the biggest cities in the world, Mexico City could be better described as an experience than a city. Founded in 1325 by the Aztecs as Tenochtitlan, it was both destroyed and rebuilt by the Spanish in the 16th century. Nowadays, it is the capital of the United Mexican States and its most important economic and cultural center.

The city center’s cornerstone is the famous Plaza de la Constitución, commonly called Zócalo. It's surrounded by the presidential Palacio Nacional and the Mexico City Metropolitan Cathedral.

The Avenida de la Reforma was built under the brief rule of Archduke Ferdinand Maximilian of Austria, while the deposed president Porfirio Díaz left a characteristic fusion of French-Mexican architecture. The 1960s saw a demographic explosion that only now is starting to be completely absorbed.

From the Chapultepec Parks and the chic Polanco, to the gay area of Zona Rosa and the Bohemian and intellectual Coyoacán: let Mexico City tell you its thousand secrets and stories.

Most of the hotels are located around the Reforma area, the Insurgentes Avenue and the Zócalo. If you’re looking for 5-star hotels in Mexico City, the modern Santa Fe area has a recently redeveloped business sector.

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