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There are an unbelievable amount of lodgings in Mexico City, ranging from five-star, international standard hotel chains to seedy, cheap-as-chips dives for less than $10. Buzzing youth hostels are mainly concentrated around the Z贸calo/Centro Hist贸rico and are good for organizing parties and outings to bars, lucha libre, football matches etc. There are a good range of mid-range places too, you can get a decent en-suite room with TV and breakfast for around $50.

The D.F may be one of the world鈥檚 largest cities, but the areas that tourists are most likely to want to be staying in are relatively close together. The Zona Rosa and Reforma are bristling with touristy bars and restaurants- perfect if partying with fellow holidaymakers and Mexican businessmen is high on your agenda. Because of the stiff competition around here, good deals can often be had, especially by booking online. This is also the city鈥檚 gay district but the seedy side of the scene has been mostly cleaned up.

The Centro Hist贸rico (Z贸calo/Alameda) has the city鈥檚 best historic attractions and many of it鈥檚 finest museums are within walking distance. There aren鈥檛 as many nightlife options as elsewhere in the city so you鈥檒l need to take a taxi if you want to experience the best of Mexico City dining and entertainment. Some of these streets are unadvisable to wander around after dark, although increased police presence means the situation has vastly improved in the last few years. Traffic noise is a problem in many of the hotels around here.

Trendy Polanco and Condesa鈥檚 leafy avenues recall the great European capitals, with prices to match. You鈥檒l never be stuck for somewhere to eat, drink or dance and its fairly safe to walk around at night.

Be sure to reserve in advance if you鈥檙e arriving late at night as tourists laden with cases are an easy target for opportunistic thieves. Many of the classier hotels and some of the hostels can organize airport pickups.



Other Hotel pages in Mexico City that may be of interest: La Alameda Central Hotels and Z贸calo Hotels.








06 Mar 2009

 
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JW Marriott Mexico City

If you want for your vacation to be as ritzy and high class as possible, the JW Marriott is the place for you. Recently renovated, all of the rooms...

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Sheraton Centro Historico

Nobody who wants a typically Mexican experience should look to the Sheraton to provide it, but the hotel is a safe, if unimaginative, international...

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Z贸calo, Mexico City, Mexico

Gran Hotel Ciudad de Mexico

The Gran Hotel, a magnificent old pile right on the Z贸calo, is an architectural site in itself. The lobby is old-school...

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Holiday Inn Zocalo

Tourists looking to explore the city will find all the services they could ask for at the Holiday Inn. Those willing to pay a little more for a room...

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Embassy Suites Mexico City

If you want to be pampered, Embassy Suites is the luxury hotel for you. The spacious, opulent rooms have plasma screen TVs and all modern amenities....

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La Alameda Central, Mexico City, Mexico

Marriott Reforma

Opened in December 2008, the Marriott Reforma is a world standard luxury hotel with all the mod cons you might expect from the Marriott chain. The...

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La Alameda Central, Mexico City, Mexico

Best Western Majestic

Some of Best Western麓s rooms face the Z贸calo- if you麓re not bothered about being kept awake by traffic, concerts, demonstrations and the general...

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Hotel Segovia

This hotel looked like a bargain. It has a great location and the price I booked it for on the Internet was good. My stay turned out badly. I had a...

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Mar铆a Cristina

It may be a bit more expensive than other budget accommodation, but it is much less expensive then many of the chain hotels, and yet just as nice...

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Hotel Gillow

The first thing you see as you enter the Hotel Gillow is an art deco fa莽ade. The fa莽ade, which is easy on the eye, leads into the cozy lobby, where...

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Hotel Canada

Hotel Canada is the poor younger brother of the...

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Hotel Fleming

The mirrored walls behind the large bright reception at Hotel Fleming twinkle out at you as you walk in, giving the place a classy vibe. It鈥檚 a...

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La Alameda Central, Mexico City, Mexico

Hotel Monte Real

The rooms at Hotel Monte Real are enormous, if a bit dark. They鈥檙e clean and comfy with all amenities, although the lights are a bit temperamental....

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Hotel Rioja

The rooms at Hotel Rioja are surprisingly swanky for the price you pay. They麓re en-suite, with cable TV, cleaned daily and some have balconies...

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Tulip Inn Ritz Mexico

Tulip Inn Ritz was built in 1930 and is located on one of the Centro Hist贸rico麓s busiest streets. Some of the rooms look like they haven麓t been...

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