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Reviewed on Feb. 20, 2020
Where Should I Stay in Mexico City?
Searching for a unique accommodation for your visit to Mexico City? A boutique hotel may be just what you want if you enjoy smaller hotels with personalized service and a cool atmosphere. Pick from 48 boutique-style accommodations in Mexico City to find a property that represents the local spirit of this area.
Travelers say they like these boutique hotels in Mexico City:
Las Alcobas, a Luxury Collection Hotel, Mexico City: 5-star hotel with 35 guestrooms. Enjoy the restaurant, bar, and free parking. Popular with our guests for its breakfast and comfortable rooms.
Busue a Boutique Experience Hotel: 4-star hotel with 11 guestrooms. This property offers free breakfast, free parking, and a rooftop terrace. Expedia travelers like its walkable location and quiet rooms.
Distrito Capital: 4-star hotel with 30 guestrooms. Take advantage of this property's restaurant, bar, and outdoor pool. Our guests enjoy the central location and proximity to shopping.
Pug Seal Quetzalcoatl: 3.5-star B&B with 21 guestrooms. Provides guests with free breakfast, free parking, and a garden. Reviews say the walkable location and clean rooms are noteworthy.
Historico Central: 4-star hotel with 81 guestrooms. Guests can enjoy amenities such as a restaurant, free breakfast, and free valet parking. Expedia travelers like the clean rooms and overall value.
What Should I See and Do in Mexico City?
Once you've decided where to stay in historic Mexico City, figure out some fun things to do on your trip. Visitors speak positively about this destination's art galleries, top museums, and stunning cathedral.Mexico City is also well known for its:
Top activities and sights around Mexico City include Plaza de la Constitucion, Zocalo, and Metropolitan Cathedral. You might also want to see noteworthy spots like Palacio Nacional, Torre Latinoamericana, and Palacio de Bellas Artes during your trip.
When Should I Plan a Trip to Mexico City?
If you're curious about the local weather, use this info to plan when to get away to Mexico City:
- Hottest months: May, April, June, and March, with an average temperature of 77°F
- Coldest months: February, December, January, and November, with an average temperature of 43°F
- Driest months: February, March, December, and November, with an average rainfall of 0.15 inches
- Rainiest months: July, August, September, and June, with an average rainfall of 5.66 inches
Getting Around Mexico City
The nearest major airport is in Mexico City, Distrito Federal (MEX-Mexico City Intl.), which is located 3.2 mi (5.2 km) from the heart of the city, but Toluca, Estado de Mexico (TLC-Toluca Intl.) may also be an option. Nearby metro stations include Zocalo Station, Allende Station, and Pino Suarez Station. If you'd like to explore more of the area, hop aboard a train from Mexico City Buenavista Station, Mexico City Fortuna Station, or Tlalnepantla de Baz Station.
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