If you are visiting Mexico City on a budget, think about staying at Hostel Mexico Df Airport that offers a sun terrace and a sundeck and rates at 23US$. Downtown Mexico City is home to numerous budget hotels, like Hotel San Diego and Hotel Fleming, that provide a 15-minute walking distance to La Torre de Papel. Mexico City Hostel is affordable accommodation that is only a few steps from Museo de Arte Popular and is next to a palace, a museum and a cathedral. If you are planning to visit Lomas de Chapultepec district of Mexico City, pick an apartment such as Suites Teca Once for only 63US$ per night.
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Where to stay in Mexico City?
Best cheap hotels in Mexico City
Mexico City airports & Subway stations
For early morning flights, you may wish to stay near Lic. Adolfo Lopez Mateos International airport, so One Toluca Aeropuerto is a convenient solution. Visitors staying a bit further from the city center of Mexico City should book a hotel near Metropolitan Cathedral of Mexico City subway station, such as Hotel Isabel or Ritz, while it is easier to explore the city by this means of public transport.
Convenience of staying in hotels downtown
For those looking for hotels near the action of Mexico City downtown area, try Nh Mexico City Centro Historico with rates from 3048US$ or Gran Hotel Ciudad De Mexico with prices starting at 171US$. A cheaper option in the center is Hostal Regina Down Town Mexico City, which comes at 40US$ per night. If you're visiting Mexico City, it's perfect to stay in Colonia Cuauhtemoc district, which houses 12 hotels, such as City Express Plus Reforma El Angel or Maria Cristina.
Luxury and boutique accommodation in Mexico City
Best Western Majestic is a modern 4-star choice that is only a 15-minute walk from Barrio Alameda and offers glamor and beauty of a luxury hotel. Marquis Reforma is a stylish boutique 5-star choice that is only a 30-minute walk from Papalote Museo del Nino. For those who prefer a chain hotel experience, the 5-star Radisson Paraiso Perisur, situated close to Jardines del Pedregal de San Angel, would be a great option.
Explore and find your best apartments, B&Bs and others
Those who are looking for cozy apartments in Mexico City should check out Departamento En Ciudad De Mexico Centro - another good option near Mercado de Sonora. Anys Hostal is a cozy B&B that will put you only a 15-minute walk from Instituto Frances de America Latina IFAL. If you're coming on business to Mexico City, there are several hotels such as Hotel Del Angel and Hostel Amigo Suites. Make sure to choose Ventura Hotel & Suites By Dominion near Rotundo de los Hombres Ilustres - a top-rated resort with views of the sea.
City Guide: Discover the best of Mexico City
Mexico city is a place where you find the old and the new nestled side-by-side.
The capital of and largest city in Mexico in North America it lures visitors with its extensive coastline that borders the Gulf of Mexico, Caribbean Sea and Pacific Ocean. Nevertheless, the miles of shoreline are not the only advantage to benefit from in Mexico.
Mexico City teems with activity and is estimated to be the world's third largest urban area.
From the Zocalo, the historic heart of Mexico City to Chapultepec Park, the largest park within a city in the world, Mexico City has something to tempt even the most jaded traveler.
Booked.net can place you there from a room in a cheap Mexico City hotel to luxury accommodation. Booked.net has all the information on hotels in Mexico City you need to enjoy what this city has to offer, from the facilities available to photos, maps, and secure reservation forms to book your stay.
History abounds in Mexico City in layers.
It is a modern metropolis laid out on top of one or more or its past incarnations. From the seven centuries old floating gardens of Xochimilco in the southern borough , which date from the time of the Aztecs it is also a city that offers everything a modern, savvy traveler or family vacationer could ever want.
The nightlife is some of the best in the world. From tequila at a grand old cantina, British-style pubs to mariachi clubs this city has it all.
Famous landmarks in the Historic Center include;
- Ancient Aztec temple ruins such as Templo Mayor ("Major Temple"), discovered in 1978 while workers were laying underground electric cables.
- Mexico City icon the golden Angel of Independence on the avenue Paseo de la Reforma, modeled after Paris' Champs-Elysees.
- Plaza de la Constitucion (Zocalo) or the main central square with Spanish-era Metorpolitan Cathedral and the 1850s seat of Government the National Palace
A hotel close to Plaza de las Tres Culturas serves as a perfect starting point for sightseeing. Since ancient times this spot has been regarded as the birthplace of Mexico City. In this square, centuries ago gathered three cultures that later led a foundation of modern Mexico.
Tourists in Mexico are usually quick to book in the most popular areas. So it pays to book ahead by using Booked.net.