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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 →

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

Previously an estate, the boutique hotel exudes the warmth of a home while possessing the modern luxuries and impeccable service of a high-end chain hotel. — Forbes Travel Guide

The 35 guest rooms blend luxe materials in a range of earthy colors with motifs that recall the country’s Aztec and Mayan sites—suede headboards and walls are animated with subtle graphic imprints. — Condé Nast Traveler

Custom-made furnishings, luxurious marble bathrooms, and floor-to-ceiling windows throughout. — goop

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

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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 →

The intimate layout and bespoke service provide the ultimate sanctuary from urban chaos—despite being in one of the busiest sections of the city and in one of the tallest towers. — Fodor's

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

Located four blocks from Parque Chapultepec, on Paseo de la Reforma facing the Diana Fountain roundabout, this fabulous designer powerhouse puts its best foot forward. — Star Service

The one thing that sets The St. Regis Mexico City apart from other places you might stay in the Federal District is the service. — Forbes Travel Guide

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 →

Elegant oasis in the heart of the Mexican capital, with a splurge-worthy spa and swimming pool. — Jetsetter

One of the finest hotels in Mexico, the Four Seasons sets the standard for service with a staff noted for gracious manners. — Frommer's

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

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

Among the most luxurious hotels in the capital, this eight-story hotel was modeled after the 18th-century Iturbide Palace. — Fodor's

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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

The trendiest boutique hotel in Mexico City's currently most hip district features ultra-sleek decor in white and dark wood, and a lavish slate of high-tech facilities in every room. — Michelin Guide

Chic, modern, and casual, this boutique hotel is furnished in a classical yet contemporary style. The guestrooms are luxurious, simple, and tasteful with high ceilings and colorful handwoven rugs. — DK Eyewitness

Hip fashionista favorite in the heart of Mexico City’s Condesa artists enclave, with a Japenese-Mexican fusion restaurant and a popular rooftop lounge. — Jetsetter

The hotel's rooftop terrace is a magnet for local artists and hipsters. It has great communal sofas and hammocks. — Frommer's

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from $244

W Mexico City

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

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

This dramatic 26-story business hotel is a sophisticated mixture of style, comfort, and technology. — Frommer's

And don't forget the 237 bedrooms, where red walls add a sensuous touch to rooms that otherwise would be a bit sterile. — Concierge

Design buffs who aren't afraid of angles, geometric patterns, bright colors, bold art works, and psychedelic lighting will love W Mexico City, which underwent a total facelift in 2015. — Travel + Leisure

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 →

A homey vibe and central location in La Condesa make this charming little B&B a favorite among leisure travelers, most of whom come from the United States. — Fodor's

Charming house with charming hosts in a charming neighborhood. — Bon Appétit

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

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 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

Hotel Habita

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

Ultra-modern Hotel Habita sits on Polanco's upscale avenue Presidente Masaryk, in the midst of the neighborhood's fine restaurants and shops. — Afar Magazine

Characterized by pale colors and a spalike mood, Mexico's first design hotel strikes a harmonious balance between style statements and minimalism. — Fodor's

Habita deserves credit for helping to modernize the Mexico City hotel scene, even if it's now less trendy than it was a few years ago. — Frommer's

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

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

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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 →

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

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

The rooms at this Hyatt Regency (formerly the Nikko) are impeccable in both design and features. — Gayot

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

City views get more engaging the higher you go. Families will find ample connecting rooms. Views through the large windows are some of the best in town. — Star Service

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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 →

Live (and eat) like a Count(ess) in the historic town center. — Bon Appétit

Just two blocks from the Zócalo, the new Downtown Mexico hotel is a former palace of 17 rooms, many with exposed brick walls and wood-beam ceilings. — Afar Magazine

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

This relative newcomer to the mix of hotels situated in Mexico City’s historic downtown area brings a young, hip, and modern touch to the seventeenth-century palace. — Frommer'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 →

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

This hotel couldn't be more central. The staff here are also terrific, bending over backwards to make sure guests get what they need. — Frommer's

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

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

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

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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 →

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

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

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

Located in the upscale Polanco neighborhood, within a 15-minute walk of the financial district, Auditorio Nacional (National Auditorium), and Avenida Presidente Masaryk. — Travel + Leisure

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 →

Although it was built in 1968, the Camino Real still has the feel of a modern grand hotel—maybe because of all the priceless works of art, such as a mural by Rufino Tamayo in the lobby. — Concierge

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

About the size of Teotihuacán's Pyramid of the Sun, this sleek, low-slung, 8-acre megalith was designed by Mexico's modern master, Ricardo Legorreta. — Fodor's

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

With over 700 rooms and covering 33,000 sq meters of grounds, the Camino Real is a truly monumental endeavor. — Lonely Planet

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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 →

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

The 42-story Presidente InterContinental offers cozy rooms, a fully equipped business center, and numerous conference centers. — Gayot

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

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

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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 →

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

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

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

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

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

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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 →

Charm is this hotel's selling point, but not everything is Old World: wireless Internet and satellite TV makes sure you stay connected to the twenty-first-century. — Gayot

The Gran Hotel flaunts the French art nouveau style of the prerevolutionary era. — Lonely Planet

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

This 19th-century hotel, fronting the Zócalo, features a magnificent Art Nouveau lobby with a beautiful 1908 Tiffany stained-glass ceiling. — DK Eyewitness

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

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Hotel Catedral

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

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

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

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Zocalo Central

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

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

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

Modern conveniences meet an Old World atmosphere at this centrally located hotel. — Gayot

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

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

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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 →

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

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

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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from $105

Hotel La Casona

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

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

The scant facilities amount to Wi-Fi and a fitness room, but ambience, comfort, and friendliness make up for that. — Concierge

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

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

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from $144

Hilton Mexico City Reforma

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

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

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

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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