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Barceló Mexico Reforma

Barceló Mexico Reforma

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. Beds and pillows are to die for. So soft and comfortable. Lovely staff. Antonio in the lounge was an absolute star! Good location Great breakfast serving everything from Mexican to Krispy Kreme donuts. Can’t beat that!!!

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Avg. price/night: $84.97
9.0 Awesome 1,878 reviews
Hotel Histórico Central

Hotel Histórico Central

Mexico City Historic Center, Mexico City

Located less than 5 minutes’ walk from Palacio de Iturbide Museum and Torre Latino, Hotel Histórico Central offers Colonial-style architecture and free WiFi connection in all areas. Excellent location. Great Staff, always there to help beyond their regular duties. Good breakfast as well

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Avg. price/night: $111.60
9.4 Awesome 1,409 reviews
Courtyard by Marriott Mexico City Airport

Courtyard by Marriott Mexico City Airport

Mexico City

Located next to Mexico City’s International Airport, Courtyard by Marriott Mexico City Airport offers a gym and 24-hour reception. There is 24-hour room service, free Wi-Fi and free wired internet. We only spent one night in the Marriott because we had an overnight layover. The check-in was super quick since I already paid upfront via booking.com. We ordered some dinner from the room service menu which came fast, was delicious and not too expensive. The room was much bigger than expected and very modern. I would have loved to stay there for some more nights. The staff was super friendly from check-in to room service to shuttle bus. There was even free coffee in the morning.

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Avg. price/night: $97
9.0 Awesome 1,087 reviews
Hotel Zocalo Central

Hotel Zocalo Central

Mexico City Historic Center, Mexico City

Right next to the National Cathedral, where Moctezuma's Palace once stood, this hotel in downtown Mexico City offers convenient amenities such as free on-site parking and a beautiful restaurant... Lovely hotel with amazing views of the square from the roof terrace. Breakfast was one of the best we have ever had, staff were attentive & friendly! Loved our stay

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Avg. price/night: $116.10
9.2 Awesome 1,436 reviews
Hyatt Regency Mexico City

Hyatt Regency Mexico City

Polanco, Mexico City

Located next to Chapultepec Park in the stylish Polanco neighborhood, Hyatt Regency Mexico City provides elegant modern rooms, 3 on-site restaurants and 2 bars. There's also a business center. Welcoming atmosphere. Very bright and welcoming lobby. Excellent rooms.

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Avg. price/night: $160.55
9.1 Awesome 1,050 reviews
Armonik Suites

Armonik Suites

Cuauhtemoc, Mexico City

Located in Mexico City, a 17-minute walk from The Angel of Independence, Armonik Suites provides concierge services and free WiFi. The bed and room was like a cloud

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Avg. price/night: $62
9.1 Awesome 191 reviews

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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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