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  • 1
    W Mexico City

    W Mexico City

    Hotel Class:
    4
    8 reviews

    I like the W chain, so I am perhaps a bit biased, but I really liked my stay here. The decor was chic and super modern, with cool lighting and a great lobby area. The rooms were big, stylish, and very comfortable. The neighborhood is central and really nice, with tree lined streets. I would definitely stay here again!

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  • 2
    Condesa DF

    Condesa DF

    Hotel Class:
    4.5
    9 reviews

    Lovely rooftop bar. Quite centric and very close to the bar scene.

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  • 3
    Hotel Geneve

    Hotel Geneve

    Hotel Class:
    4.5
    6 reviews

    The Calinda chain is all over Mexico but this property is a full-service commercial hotel in the heart of the safe and popular Zona Rosa. They don't speak a lot of English but this place is safe, secure, has nice big rooms, a good bar and restaurant, a convenient news-stand and lots of cabs out front. Caille Londres (London) is ...

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  • 4
    The St. Regis Mexico City

    The St. Regis Mexico City

    Hotel Class:
    5
    4 reviews

    The price tag of the St. Regis isn't for the faint of heart, but it rises above the city's other luxury hotels because of several impressive touches. The hotel is newer than most of its competitors, and it shows. Can't bear the thought of missing stock prices while you brush your teeth? Well, there's a TV screen embedded in the ...

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  • 5
    Hampton Inn & Suites Mexico City - Centro Historico

    Hampton Inn & Suites Mexico City - Centro Historico

    Hotel Class:
    4
    5 reviews

    When we stayed in the Hampton Inn & Suites in 2011, the free WiFi didn’t work in our room – only in the lobby – and the free breakfast was awful. But the WiFi problem has been fixed and it’s now available throughout the hotel. I’m not sure about the breakfast. Regardless, this nonsmoking hotel represents a good value only ...

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  • 6
    Mexico City Hostel

    Mexico City Hostel

    4.5
    4 reviews

    I’d say the Mexico City Hostel is like a breath of fresh air, except that you have to pass through a smoking hallway to get to the nonsmoking hostel. Still, the place is airy, clean and comfortable, with 8- to 12-person dorms, shared bathrooms, a shared kitchen, a computer room and WiFi. You’ll definitely also notice a huge and vibrant ...

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  • 7
    The Red Tree House

    The Red Tree House

    4.5
    4 reviews

    The Red Tree House, located in the vibrant La Condesa neighborhood, actually turns out to be mainly yellow with red accents. Three different staffers, along with a Labrador named Abril (April), immediately made me feel welcome in the cheerful and reasonably priced hotel. An eye-popping leopard alebrije, or Mexican painted woodcarving, dominates the foyer, and the living room features plush ...

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  • 8
    Hyatt Regency Mexico City

    Hyatt Regency Mexico City

    Hotel Class:
    4
    4 reviews

    Formerly the Hotel Nikko Mexico, the Hyatt Regency Mexico City retains some of the previous hotel's Japanese flavor, with a pagoda statue at the entrance and two Japanese restaurants. It’s one of a row of large business-class chain hotels in the posh Polanco neighborhood, and the rooms are fairly standard, with desks, coffee makers, safes, hair dryers, irons, robes and ...

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  • 9
    Camino Real Mexico City

    Camino Real Mexico City

    Hotel Class:
    4
    4 reviews

    The sprawling Camino Real does a nice job of providing affordability, amenities, location and decor. With more than 700 rooms, it would be easy for this place to overwhelm, but it somehow manages to feel more intimate than you'd expect. If you're in town for business and don't have time to explore the city, you might appreciate the Camino Real's ...

  • 10
    Las Alcobas

    Las Alcobas

    4.5
    3 reviews

    You would expect a smallish hotel in the heart of the posh Polanco district to be something special, and Las Alcobas delivers. With just 35 rooms, all of which face Avenida Presidente Masaryk, and a host of nice touches, the hotel gives you a lot for your money. The decor is the first thing you notice. A gorgeous spiral staircase ...

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  • 11
    Room Mate Valentina

    Room Mate Valentina

    Hotel Class:
    4.5
    3 reviews

    Less than 3 years old, Zona Rosa’s Room Mate Valentina feels very hip, making guests feel like they’re living in an iPod or a Virgin Atlantic plane. The hotel boasts bright, modern décor and dim lounge-like hallways featuring light sensors (so don’t be alarmed if your hallway is dark when coming out of the elevator). Guests can plug in their ...

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  • 12
    Condesa Haus

    Condesa Haus

    4.5
    3 reviews

    Amazingly friendly and fun owners and wonderful style. Every room has a distinctly tasteful design and don't miss the roof deck!

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  • 13
    JW Marriott Mexico City

    JW Marriott Mexico City

    Hotel Class:
    5
    2 reviews

    When we walked into the JW Marriott Hotel Mexico City, we were immediately welcomed by a smiling employee, Paola, who cheerfully showed us around. Most of the Mexican-hotel employees we’ve come across have been friendly, but Paola really stands out. When I mentioned that my mom likes flowers, for example, she guided me to several of the hotel’s best arrangements ...

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  • 14
    Hotel Lafayette

    Hotel Lafayette

    5
    1 review

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  • 15
    Casa Comtesse

    Casa Comtesse

    5
    2 reviews

    Located just a short walk from the restaurants and coffee shops of the Condesa district, Casa Comtesse is one of Mexico City's best deals. For less than US$75 per night, you can stay in a roomy, attractive bed and breakfast with an eclectic group of employees, including a former lucha libre wrestler and a French artist. Most of the employees ...

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  • 16
    Suites Amberes

    Suites Amberes

    Hotel Class:
    5
    2 reviews

    Offering beautiful, spacious and comfortable suites in the Zona Rosa, Suites Amberes feels less like a hotel and more like condo. While it is pricier than many other options in the area, it offers some nice amenities compared to others in the same price range: air conditioners and heaters in each room, full kitchens with gas stoves, irons, hair dryers, ...

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  • 17
    Marquis Reforma Hotel

    Marquis Reforma Hotel

    Hotel Class:
    3.5
    3 reviews

    A 'luxury boutique hotel' in the heart of Mexico City, the Marquis is that perfect blend of modernity and vintage charm within striking distance of the best D.F. has to offer: the Zocalo, the Modern Art Museum, the Fine Arts Palace, the National Auditorium and the Templo Mayor.

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  • 18
    InterContinental Hotel Presidente Mexico City

    InterContinental Hotel Presidente Mexico City

    Hotel Class:
    3.5
    3 reviews

    I'm telling you... The attitude of the staff makes a world of difference. The area the hotel is at is rather upscale all things considered it is still nice to know that the staff knows how to take care of their clients. They are gracious, attentive, and insightful with their suggestions and knowledge of the city. Though the room wasnt ...

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  • 19
    Four Seasons Mexico City

    Four Seasons Mexico City

    Hotel Class:
    4.5
    2 reviews

    If you’ve been to a Four Seasons before, the Mexico City iteration won’t disappoint. The five-star 240-room hotel on the bustling Paseo de la Reforma has all the amenities you might expect, including fine art throughout the hotel, a full-size business center, meeting and conference rooms, a serious health club, a swimming pool and a luxurious spa with a sauna ...

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  • 20
    Hilton Mexico City Airport

    Hilton Mexico City Airport

    Hotel Class:
    4.5
    2 reviews

    This place was super fancy, and although I only spent a night here, it was a great experience. Everything was clean, and the bed was warm and comfy.

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