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Las Alcobas Mexico DF

Polanco 95 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This luxury boutique-hotel has vaulted past Habita and Condesa DF as the most service-oriented, quality-driven operation in El Distrito Federal. — Star Service

Mexico City has no dearth of luxurious boutique hotels, but Las Alcobas is a special option. — Afar Magazine

Warm, personalized service and a perfect location in the middle of Polanco's most exclusive street make this small luxury boutique hotel one of the neighborhood's top choices. — Fodor's

Las Alcobas (the Alcoves) feels like a pied-à-terre, with appropriately discreet service and suites meant to impress even the most jaded traveler's senses. — Concierge

Luxurious oasis in the heart of the upscale Polanco neighborhood, a short walk from Lincoln and Chapultepec parks. — Andrew Harper

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The St. Regis Mexico City

Midtown and Along the Reforma 93 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

A landmark of architectural excellence, The St. Regis Mexico City boasts guest room views that sweep across the city'€™s plazas and bustling avenues. — Gayot

No matter what brings you to Mexico City, demanding, affluent travelers’ choices are honed down to the flip of a coin: heads, Four Seasons; tails, St. Regis. Located four blocks from... — Star Service

The St. Regis is one of the best luxury hotels in Mexico City. Its location on bustling Avenida Reforma means immediate access to the entire city, but the hotel packs resort-style amenities. — Oyster

The 189-room St. Regis may seem all business, but its central location and convenient kids’ club means it’s also a fine choice for leisure travelers. — Condé Nast Traveler

Rooms are beautifully appointed in plush, contemporary furnishings in a subtle palette of greys and pastels. Plus, the Remede Spa is where locals in the know book in for a pamper. — goop

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Four Seasons Mexico City

Zona Rosa and Juárez 91 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

There are 240 individually decorated rooms, featuring tastefully chosen Mexican art and design items. — goop

This modern Neo- Classical hotel is known for its service, modern comfort, and close proximity to the Museo Nacional de Antropología. — DK Eyewitness

One of the city’s most elegant lodgings, the Four Seasons was designed to resemble a French-Mexican late-19th-century structure. — Lonely Planet

Only a world-class hotel like the Four Seasons could make Mexico City, a hectic metropolis of 21 million, feel relaxing. — Travel + Leisure

The colonial-style Four Seasons Mexico City is located on iconic Paseo de la Reforma, one of the widest and busiest streets in the capital. — Oyster

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Condesa DF

La Condesa and La Roma 91 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

A trendy, artist-filled neighborhood in Mexico City now has a hip hotel to match. — Travel + Leisure

This luxury boutique hotel is located in the neighborhood that’s considered to be the "SoHo" of Mexico City, Hipodromo-Condesa. — Gayot

One of the trendy Condesa neighbourhood’s first designer hotels, Condesa DF is still cool enough to attract visiting pop stars and film people. — The Telegraph

Located in the Condesa district, Mexico City’s neighborhood of the moment, the 40-room Condesa is that rarest of breeds: a happening hot spot with dead-quiet accommodations. — Condé Nast Traveler

This hotel is comfortably hip, a pleasingly unfussy minimalist design hotel overseen by a well-meaning if somewhat undertrained staff. — Star Service

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W Mexico City

Polanco 89 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

It manages to be informal and chic at the same time, with the staff clad in casual black rather than the usual stiff uniforms. — Fodor's

Sporting a hip, fun aesthetic and impressive design, the W in Polanco is where the beautiful people flock on the weekends. — Gayot

One of the four sentinels opposite the Auditorio Nacional, this 25-floor business hotel is determined to break away from the stodginess of its neighbors. — Lonely Planet

The hotel has a contemporary design and the decor is tastefully elegant although accented in pulsating red. — DK Eyewitness

The 237-room W Mexico City is an upscale hotel with a prime location in the ritzy Polanco neighborhood. — Oyster

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The Red Tree House

La Condesa and La Roma 86 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Just off the delightful Plaza Citlaltépetl, the area’s first B&B has all the comforts of home, if your home happens to be decorated with exquisite taste. — Lonely Planet

This wonderful bed and breakfast located in Condesa is a great place to spend your time in Mexico City. — Afar Magazine

The seven-room, upper-middle-range Red Tree House is a bed-and-breakfast housed in a converted 1930s residence with a warm and inviting charm. — Oyster

In a town where corporate hotels and jampacked hostels are the norm, it's rare to find something in between, especially a place as comfortable as the Red Tree House. — Frommer's

The Red Tree House is an intimate, friendly place to stay in one of the most fashionable neighborhoods in town. — Gayot

Hotel Habita

Polanco 86 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Located in trendy Polanco, the ultra-modern design makes this 36- room boutique hotel a standout. — DK Eyewitness

The shimmering white building still looks cool and contemporary, and the high level of service attracts repeat business as well as leisure travellers. — The Telegraph

Back in 2000 when it opened, the Enrique Norten-designed, glass-enclosed, Hotel Habita was Mexico City’s very first design hotel, and even today it remains among a very few. — goop

Located in ritzy Polanco, Hotel Habita is the flagship of the innovative Grupo Habita chain, and one of the first hotels in Mexico City to have a rooftop pool and outdoor lounge. — Gayot

Simple, no-frills digs in Mexico City's Polanco neighborhood, with a restaurant, a spa, and a popular rooftop pool and lounge. — Jetsetter

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Hyatt Regency Mexico City

Polanco 85 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The Latin American-Asian combination sets the Hyatt Regency apart from neighboring hotels. The rooms are spacious and quiet, with cool tones and a contemporary style. — Frommer's

Catering to business travelers, this is the city's second-largest hotel, and has marvelous views from the top-floor suites. — Fodor's

The Nikko blends modern luxury with Japanese traditions of service in an architecturally striking 38-story tower. — Lonely Planet

The Hyatt Regency Mexico City is a massive luxury hotel geared toward business travelers, situated in the well-heeled Polanco neighborhood. — Oyster

As luxurious as you could want, with an indoor pool, rooftop tennis courts, gym and acres of glass and marble. — Rough Guide

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Hotel Downtown Mexico

Centro Histórico 84 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

An oasis of style in the formerly neglected Centro Histórico, the 500-year-old city center. — Travel + Leisure

The Mexican boutique hotel company Grupo Habita really does have its fingers on the pulse when it comes to opening in the right neighborhoods. — goop

A converted seventeenth-century palace with 17 rooms in Mexico City's historic center. — Condé Nast Traveler

The coolest of the cool new Mexico City boutique hotels, Downtown attracts a stylish, savvy clientele whose tastes run toward fashion, culture, and design. — Fodor's

This neo-industrial hotel is managed by the successful Habita group — The Telegraph

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Sheraton Mexico City Maria Isabel Hotel

Midtown and Along the Reforma 83 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This postmodern interpretation of an art-nouveau art-deco hotel stands out for its excellent spa and high service levels, which have kept it competitive in the ever-improving high-end hotel scene. — Star Service

Offers super-comfortable beds, high-speed WiFi, plus 24-hour room service and even sleeper dog beds in case you decide to bring your pet along. — Travel + Leisure

This is a classic high-rise hotel with an expansive marble lobby, friendly service, and an excellent location directly across from the Monumento a la Independencia with its golden angel. — DK Eyewitness

The upscale Sheraton Mexico City Maria Isabel Hotel, in Mexico's lively Zona Rosa, has 755 rooms with easy access to tourist sights, offices, and the metro. — Oyster

Has an incomparable location, exemplary service, and even cache, but it's beginning to be eclipsed its more modern competition. — Fodor's

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JW Marriott Hotel Mexico City

Polanco 83 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Offering a more refined level of service than the W Hotel next to it, the JW Marriott is affordable for business travelers, yet expensive enough to keep the tourist groups and airline crews out. — Star Service

The 312-room JW Marriott Hotel Mexico City is a luxury property with a posh location in Mexico City's Polanco district. — Oyster

This sophisticated high-rise hotel has spacious guestrooms in European style decor, warm colors, and highspeed Internet. Located close to Bosque de Chapultepec. — DK Eyewitness

The JW Marriott is one of the city's most luxurious and expensive hotels, and a number of the city's most important visitors stay here. — Frommer's

Popular with upscale travelers from all over the world, the JW Marriott is one of the most luxurious hotels in Mexico City. — Gayot

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Camino Real Polanco Mexico

Polanco 82 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Located on a quiet tree-lined street just one block from Chapultepec Park, the Camino Real Polanco Mexico has a contemporary façade with a pink sculptural wall. — Travel + Leisure

Although it is aging, the Camino Real remains one of the capital's top spots for business and social entertaining, and frequently sells out. — Frommer's

"Designed by architect Ricardo Legorreta for the 1968 Summer Olympics, the hotel is a modernist classic on the grandest scale. — Condé Nast Traveler

This modern resort-hotel designed by Mexican architect Ricardo Legorreta is conveniently located just off Paseo de la Reforma. — DK Eyewitness

Still, there is no denying its world-class modern minimalist architecture and museum-worthy contemporary art collection are stunning. — Star Service

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InterContinental Presidente Mexico City

Polanco 81 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Filled with art and a classic contemporary elegance that some may find quaint (read: old-fashioned), this hotel harbors some fierce facilities. — Star Service

This 42-story high-rise overlooks Bosque de Chapultepec in trendy Polanco. — DK Eyewitness

Exceptional service, large rooms, excellent on-site dining options, convenient location, and stellar views of Mexico's Auditorio Nacional. — Travel + Leisure

Mega-high-rise hotel with a spa and seven bars and restaurants in Mexico City’s swanky Polanco district. — Jetsetter

Rooms are contemporary and soothing in creams, beiges, and browns; those on the upper floors have panoramas that stretch for miles over the city. — Fodor's

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Marquis Reforma Hotel & Spa

Midtown and Along the Reforma 80 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Inside this Paseo de la Reforma boutique hotel lies one of the city’s best-kept secret retreats. The space boasts ten private massage cabins. — Travel + Leisure

Opulent executive favorite on swanky Reforma Avenue offering classic 5-star ambience along with draws like a glass-roofed pool. — Jetsetter

The 208-room Marquis Reforma Hotel & Spa is a four-pearl property situated in a prime location on bustling Paseo de la Reforma. — Oyster

This plush, privately owned member of the Leading Hotels of the World is within walking distance of the Zona Rosa... the pool and gym are in glass-enclosed atriums. — Fodor's

The moment you walk into the lobby of the Marquis Reforma, you'€™re immediately aware that you'€™re walking into a luxury hotel. — Gayot

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Gran Hotel Ciudad de Mexico

Centro Histórico 80 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Located in the heart of the city’s historic downtown, it’s the perfect starting point for a family adventure. — Travel + Leisure

Ensconced in a former 19th-century department store, this freshly renovated hotel has rooms furnished in a modern style. — Fodor's

This city monument of a hotel, first built in the early 1900s as a department store and with stunning Art Nouveau stained glass, has recently been returned to its luxurious best. — Michelin Guide

The luxury Gran Hotel Ciudad de Mexico is a historic property packed with Art Nouveau charm and character. — Oyster

Large hotel right on the Zócalo with sumptuous public areas... though some of the older rooms don’t match the glamorous lobby. — Rough Guide

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Hotel Catedral

Centro Histórico 79 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The Catedral is right in the heart of the city a block from the Zocalo-so noise can creep in-but the rooms are spacious, comfortable and attractively decorated. — Michelin Guide

This bargain hotel enjoys a stellar location 1 block north of Calle Tacuba on tree-shaded Calle Donceles, half a block from the Templo Mayor, and a block from the Museo San Ildefonso. — Frommer's

This small hotel with 116 rooms has a lovely lobby with gleaming marble floors, dark woodwork, and arched windows. — DK Eyewitness

This refurbished older hotel on a busy street in the heart of downtown is a bargain, with many of the amenities of the more upscale hotels at less than half the price. — Fodor's

Near ‘one of the most busiest touristic areas,’ as the website points out, this comfortable lodging has clearly considered its prime location. — Lonely Planet

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Zocalo Central

Centro Histórico 79 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This historic colonial building located across from the Zócalo houses a thoroughly modern Holiday Inn with a glass front lobby. — DK Eyewitness

This hotel couldn't have a better location—on the Zócalo and close to a gaggle of museums, restaurants, and historic buildings. — Fodor's

Northernmost of the three upper-echelon hotels facing the Zócalo, the Holiday Inn seems the least pretentious, eschewing col­onial trimmings for contemporary comfort. — Lonely Planet

The 105-room Zocalo Central is an upper-middle-range boutique hotel with a prime location overlooking Mexico City's Zocalo and Catedral Metropolitana. — Oyster

Located next to the city's historic central square, this unique Holiday Inn is decorated in colonial Mexican style with colorful art, antiques, handicrafts, and other charming touches. — Frommer's

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El patio 77, first eco-friendly B&B in Mexico City

Midtown and Along the Reforma 78 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

In addition to being an excellent choice for the conscientious traveler who cares about the environment (not an unimportant consideration in water-deprived Mexico City), this...spot is a major bargain. — Travel + Leisure

An attractive option for those looking for a homey, eco-friendly, design-forward base in one of Mexico City's emerging artsy neighborhoods, San Rafael. — Fodor's

Stay in a 19th-century mansion with eight tastefully appointed rooms, each decked out with crafts from a different Mexican state. — Lonely Planet

One-third art gallery, one-third science project and one-third, well, happy sleep over, this off-the-beaten path B&B is a real charmer. — Frommer's

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Hotel La Casona

La Condesa and La Roma 78 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

An enchanting stone mansion constructed during the early twentieth-century, La Casona stands proudly on the corner of a leafy street in the Colonia Roma. — Gayot

This captivating hotel is an elegant, understated former mansion, registered as an artistic monument by Mexico's Institute of Fine Arts. — Fodor's

This stately mansion was restored to its early-20th-century splendor to become one of the capital’s most distinctive boutique hotels. — Lonely Planet

More important than decor or location is the excellent service. — Frommer's

With elegantly furnished rooms, this small and cozy, Europeanstyle hotel is housed in a former mansion with a stunning courtyard. — DK Eyewitness

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Hilton Mexico City Reforma

Centro Histórico 78 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The abstract red-and-blue mural in the lobby and cantilevered gray facade add a dramatic flourish to this hotel in the historic center. — Fodor's

It does a good job of balancing trendy design with the functional amenities necessary in a hotel boasting the largest meeting facilities in the city. — Star Service

Across from Alameda park, this hotel used to be a Sheraton, and after its change is still the most luxurious option in the Historic Center. — Frommer's

Located in the heart of the historic center, this Hilton offers luxurious rooms and impeccable service. — Gayot

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