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Polanco
13 reviews
Custom-made furnishings, luxurious marble bathrooms, and floor-to-ceiling windows throughout. — goop
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Zona Rosa and Juárez
15 reviews
Four Seasons Mexico, D.F. provides a welcome escape from the hustle and bustle of city life. — Forbes Travel Guide
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La Condesa and La Roma
13 reviews
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
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Midtown and Along the Reforma
12 reviews
Rooms are exceedingly comfortable, and service is spot-on without being cloying. — Afar Magazine
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Polanco
13 reviews
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
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Centro Histórico
11 reviews
This neo-industrial hotel is managed by the successful Habita group. — The Telegraph
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Polanco
14 reviews
The hotel has a contemporary design and the decor is tastefully elegant although accented in pulsating red. — DK Eyewitness
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Polanco
10 reviews
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
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La Condesa and La Roma
8 reviews
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
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Polanco
9 reviews
The Nikko blends modern luxury with Japanese traditions of service in an architecturally striking 38-story tower. — Lonely Planet
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Polanco
9 reviews
Mega-high-rise hotel with a spa and seven bars and restaurants in Mexico City’s swanky Polanco district. — Jetsetter
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Centro Histórico
11 reviews
Even if you're not staying at this famed hotel on the Zócalo, it's worth stopping just to see the jaw-dropping interior. — Condé Nast Traveler
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La Condesa and La Roma
8 reviews
More important than decor or location is the excellent service. — Frommer's
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Midtown and Along the Reforma
7 reviews
Billed as one of the largest hotels in Mexico City, the Sheraton'€™s two large towers are conveniently located between the American embassy and the Angel of Independence. — Gayot
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Alameda
5 reviews
Located in the heart of the historic center, this Hilton offers luxurious rooms and impeccable service. — Gayot
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Santa Fé
7 reviews
Sleek Mexico City marvel with designer decor, a swanky pool scene and killer volcano views. — Jetsetter
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Centro Histórico
5 reviews
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
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Midtown and Along the Reforma
6 reviews
Billed as Mexico City's first eco-friendly B&B, El Patio 77 is a charming, chic, and ultra-affordable accommodation in the neighborhood of San Rafael. — Afar Magazine
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Roma
8 reviews
This three-room urban escape punches above its weight with innovative interior design and personalized service. — Condé Nast Traveler
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