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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. Excelente ubicación: muy cerca del aeropuerto con tal de cruzarse un puente aéreo Excelente servicio a la habitación Me enfermé durante la estadía y el hotel estuvo muy pendiente de mi bienestar, incuso enviaron un doctor por iniciativa propia para que me hiciera un chequeo médico. El personal del hotel fue quien compró las medicinas por mi, sin necesidad de que yo tuviera que salir del cuarto. ¡Excelente servicio al cliente!

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7.8
Good
11,899 reviews
Price from
$85
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. We booked the hotel because we had a 16-hour layover with a 5am departure the next morning, and we wanted to make this layover as comfortable as possible. This hotel was perfect for that! Spacious room with a comfortable bed, AMAZING shower with a lot of hot water, two restaurants on site - a seafood one with amazing shrimp tacos and a mexican, and a shuttle bus that leaves every half an hour even at night. Best combo to rest before the next leg of the flight! and even a nice desk in the room to have some work done. Would totally recommend!

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8.2
Very Good
5,613 reviews
Price from
$102
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
Wonderful
3,969 reviews
Price from
$87.40
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 buffet was really good the room was ver cleand and the location was great

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8.8
Excellent
2,531 reviews
Price from
$142.70
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.. I lost my cellphone and got it back, super helpful staff!!!

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7.7
Good
2,943 reviews
Price from
$128.78
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. it was pretty clean, comfortable!

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8.5
Very Good
2,312 reviews
Price from
$113.52
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. Staff very friendly and helpful Close to airport

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8.2
Very Good
2,844 reviews
Price from
$108
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. The bed, the blankets, the amenities, the shower, the design. Great place

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7.9
Good
2,057 reviews
Price from
$111.93
per night

Hotel Metropol

Hotel in Mexico City Historic Center, Mexico City

In the heart of vibrant Mexico City, on the tree-lined avenue of Luis Moya and just one block from the Palace of Fine Arts, this elegant hotel offers on-site dining. Very good location and was very clean! Friendly staff always willing to help!

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8.4
Very Good
3,023 reviews
Price from
$48
per night

Hotel Catedral

Hotel in Mexico City Historic Center, Mexico City

Ideally located in the Mexico City Historic Center district of Mexico City, Hotel Catedral is located 2297 feet from National Palace Mexico, 787 ft from Metropolitan Cathedral of Mexico City and a... Wonderful hotel in everything from location, clean rooms, wonderful location and great customer service. They even had free bottles of water in the lobby for guests. There was purified water in the bathroom as well. Water pressure in shower was excellent and even choclates when you first check in.

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9.1
Wonderful
2,212 reviews
Price from
$62
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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