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What Is a Hostel?
If you're in the market for somewhere affordable to stay in Mexico City, one of the 37 hostels here could be a great option for you. No two hostels look exactly alike, but these dormitory-style accommodations all have the following:
- Shared rooms (though many have private options too)
- Budget-friendly prices
- A social setting
Hostels are a great way to stay in Mexico City for a good value, so you can save more for sightseeing. You can check out this destination's cultural highlights, such as its museums and art galleries.
Hostels in Mexico City
Ready to book a hostel in town? These options have the best reviews from our guests and could be a good place to start:
Selina Community Mexico City Downtown - Close to public transit, this property is within a 5-minute walk of Salto del Agua Station. Property features include free WiFi, a restaurant, and a bar. You'll find showers in all rooms.
Mexiqui Zocalo - Located steps from Metropolitan Cathedral (Catedral Metropolitana). Property features include free breakfast, free WiFi, and 4 restaurants. You'll find towels, lockers, and linens in all rooms.
Hostel Mundo Joven Catedral - Located steps from Metropolitan Cathedral (Catedral Metropolitana). Property features include free breakfast, free WiFi, and a restaurant. You'll find showers in all rooms.
Downtown Beds - Hostel - Located within a 10-minute walk of Plaza de la Constitucion and Ayuntamiento (City Hall). Property features include free breakfast, free WiFi, and a restaurant. You'll find showers in all rooms.
Roomies Hostel Condesa - You can take advantage of free WiFi and a rooftop terrace, as well as a shared/communal kitchen. Rooms come with showers.
When Is the Best Time to Visit Mexico City?
The weather can be a big factor when you're discovering new places, so here are some stats that might be helpful:
- The hottest months are typically May and April, while February and December are the coldest months
- January-March: Daytime temperatures average 75° F and nighttime temperatures average 42° F
- April-June: 78° F is the daytime average and 49° F is the nighttime average
- July-September: Daytime averages are around 74° F and nighttime averages are around 51° F
- October-December: The average temperatures are 71° F during the day and 42° F at night
- Average rainfall is 28.78 inches in a year
What Can I Do in Mexico City?
Depending on what you're interested in, you might appreciate these places:Top Sights
- Ayuntamiento (City Hall)
- Plaza de la Constitucion
- Alameda Central
- Jardin Botanico
- Chapultepec Park
- Templo Mayor
- Palacio de Bellas Artes
- Teatro Diego Rivera
Overall, Mexico City is known for its:
- Historical sites
- Cultural attractions
How to Get to Mexico City and Around the Area
You can search for flights to the nearest airport in Mexico City, Distrito Federal (MEX-Mexico City Intl.), located 3.2 mi (5.2 km) away from the city center. An alternative is Toluca, Estado de Mexico (TLC-Toluca Intl.), which is 29.2 mi (47 km) away. When you're out and about, you may want to use public transit during your trip. Nearby metro stations include Zocalo Station, Allende Station, and Pino Suarez Station. To check out more of the surrounding area, take a train from Mexico City Buenavista Station, Mexico City Fortuna Station, or Tlalnepantla de Baz Station.