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Camino Real Aeropuerto

Hotel in Venustiano Carranza, Mexico City

Ideally located opposite Terminal 1 of Mexico City Airport, this hotel offers luxurious services and comfortable accommodations. The staff was superb. They were really helpful in our short stay. They went above and beyond to help us in whatever we needed and make us feel welcome. Best service I've ever had. My fiancée was a little sick and they made sure we had medical attention available and checked constantly that we were comfortable. It was really nice in their side. The staff was also really friendly and always kept good conversations. They were also fairly flexible with our checkout. Will certainly come again.

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8
Very Good
9,174 reviews
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$88.20
per night

We Hotel Aeropuerto

Hotel in Venustiano Carranza, Mexico City

Conveniently in front of Benito Juarez International Airport and offering easy access to downtown Mexico City attractions, including the Zona Rosa, this hotel provides a free 24-hour airport shuttle. Fancy new rooms, good sound isolation, asweome service. And we appreciated the transfer from and to the airport.

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8.5
Very Good
4,420 reviews
Price from
$69
per night

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. Confortable,excelent for family with kids, lounge available, location ,the choice of food is varied

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9
Awesome
3,590 reviews
Price from
$72
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NH Collection Mexico City Airport T2

Hotel in Venustiano Carranza, Mexico City

This hotel is ideally located at the Terminal 2 of Mexico City's International Airport. It offers a gym and a bar serving classic cocktails and drinks.. Convenient to terminal 2, great service, clean and spacious room.

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8
Very Good
2,185 reviews
Price from
$98.96
per night

Camino Real Polanco Mexico

Hotel in Polanco, Mexico City

Built in an attractive architectonic style, and imagined as a hotel-museum by Architect Ricardo Legorreta, the Camino Real Polanco México Hotel is 0.6 mi from the Anthropology Museum and the... Everything, and the restaurants are great

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8.7
Excellent
2,241 reviews
Price from
$92.40
per night

Courtyard by Marriott Mexico City Airport

Hotel in Venustiano Carranza, 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. Best hotel on the territory of terminal. Very nice bedding, quiet rooms, very clean. Fast check-in. We always prefer this hotel when traveling over Mexico City. This time I only needed it for few hours before the evening flight, the breakfast was included into price (it was the cheapest option on Booking.com so I could not exclude the breakfast), so they delivered my breakfast to room at 5p.m. This breakfast was really substantial: huge plate of fruits (0,5 kg minimum), two sandwiches with ham and eggs, yogurt, granola, toasts, fresh orange juice and coffee.

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8.7
Excellent
1,615 reviews
Price from
$88.40
per night

Fiesta Inn Aeropuerto CD Mexico

Hotel in Venustiano Carranza, Mexico City

Located opposite of the Mexico City International Airport, this hotel offers free transportation to and from the airport's 2 terminals every 30 minutes, 24 hours a day. Really amazing service and top quality .

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8.3
Very Good
2,442 reviews
Price from
$79.80
per night

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. Wonderful room, and nice gym and pool on the roof. Brisas executive club also comes with great perks, including a great workspace on the 11th floor with great views, happy hour with 2 complementary drinks, and complementary soft drinks.

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9
Awesome
1,487 reviews
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$66.56
per night

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. Hotel is very clean, breakfast was perfect. Stuff very nice and helpful.

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8.3
Very Good
2,031 reviews
Price from
$65.46
per night

City Express Ciudad de Mexico Aeropuerto

Hotel in Venustiano Carranza, Mexico City

Featuring free WiFi throughout the property, City Express Ciudad de Mexico Aeropuerto is set in Mexico City, 2.5 mi from Templo Mayor. Complimentary breakfast is offered daily. really nice staff, super handy helpful and the hotel more than enough.

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8.3
Very Good
1,845 reviews
Price from
$66
per night

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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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