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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 facilities were fantastic. And we loved the soap. With the exception of this hotel, none of the others had decent soap and it stunk. This hotel had lovely soap.

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7.8
Good
10,888 reviews
Price from
$81.60
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. Great location! The shuttle service in Terminal 2 was easy to request and arrived promptly. Staff was kind and the room was very comfortable.

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8.3
Very Good
5,617 reviews
Price from
$80
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. Hotel has got an excellent location, wide variety on breakfast and an extremely friendly staff

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9
Awesome
3,771 reviews
Price from
$79.80
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... The service in this hotel is exceptional. All of the staff went out of their way to make sure we had everything we need. In the middle of the trip my phone died and one of the concierge even went with me to buy a new phone. We upgraded to the Real Club and really enjoyed the breakfasts and happy hour in the executive lounge. The heated pool was amazing as well, and the gardens are beautiful and well maintained.

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8.8
Excellent
2,441 reviews
Price from
$111.73
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. The room was very spacious, Staff was very helfpul, specially the bell boy. He went beyond to help us: we were moving out of the country, and had 16 BIG suitcases and he never complained and helped us all the time.

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8.2
Very Good
2,552 reviews
Price from
$92
per night

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.... Very well located hotel very nice staff well maintained hotel

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8.7
Excellent
2,517 reviews
Price from
$73.60
per night

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.. It is inside airport terminal 2, so perfect for travelers. A little expensive for the time to use the facilities. The room i was in, it was perfectly designed. Ambientation is very nice.

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7.8
Good
2,722 reviews
Price from
$100.12
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. Location of this hotel is great for peoplewho wants to walk around nice and safe neighborhood with lots of small cafes, restaurants and interesting brunch places. Hotel has a rooftop pool with good drinks. Staff is very helpful and hotel has two restaurants downstairs if you want to stay in.

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8.9
Excellent
2,280 reviews
Price from
$82.33
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. Beautiful hotel, the rooms are modern big and spacious. Definitely the nicest place to stay around the airport

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8.6
Excellent
2,043 reviews
Price from
$109.12
per night

Zocalo Central

Hotel in 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... Splendid terrace and a delicious breakfast!

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9.3
Awesome
1,557 reviews
Price from
$123.12
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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