Small Hotels in Mexico City
Mexico City is the biggest city of the world, with 22 million people its the capital of Mexico, located in the central region of the country. Mexico City as formed by the gradual fusion of several cities and towns. Some of the most important areas of the city are the reforma avenue, the national museum of archeology, the chapultepec castle and the historic center . The Historic Center is named the zocalo and this was area occupied in the past by the Aztecs , the center of trade and it is aligned according to the four cardinal points. The Spanish then retraced the area i and it was subsequently rebuilt as a convent-filled, aristocratic metropolis before eventually transforming into a city of modernity.
Now Mexico City has big shopping centers, theaters, good restaurants, festivals and many other attractions. Consequently, the visitor finds this to be a lively, captured by a multi enviroment place, The geometric regularity of the downtown area allows the visitor to become acquainted with various neighborhoods (grouped into some popular zones as the Zocalo, the pink zona, polanco, the north side of the city and the south side, surrounded by parks, monuments, modern buildings and a lot of traffic. Staying at a downtown or Reforma zone hotel can be a good option, as many of the city's museums are located nearby, and fast and easy transport is available as well as some restaurants.
Hotel Casa Gonzalez is a guesthouse where you will find a restful place in the heart of Mexico city operating since 1931.
$730 MXN Average Rate
Casa Vieja is a Luxury all-suite Boutique Hotel Situated in the exclusive area of Polanco, created, with a luxury life style.
$300 USD Average Rate
Its elegant building, whose facade reflects the architectural style of the century, has been recently renovated.
$120 USD Average Rate
Obelisk offers 42 modern luxury suites totally equipped. Obelisk is located in the area of Polanco, one of the best zones of Mexico city.
$150 USD Average Rate
Our hotel is an excellent option for accommodation and banquets providing the most advanced technology in the hospitality industry.
$125 USD Average Rate
Be sure to try our new concept, the Deluxe guestroom with a minimalist style and a worldwide unique headboard design.
$63 USD Average Rate
We have done this on purpose in order to maintain its residential feel. Instead you will find a hand painted tile sign that says "Casa de la Condesa".
$00 USD Average Rate
The new Casa Inn Business Hotel Mexico opens its doors again in 2008 with a new concept and a very executive image.
$103 USD Average Rate
The Condesa DF fuses the spirit of its bohemian surroundings with a playfully simple aesthetic desingn.
$264 USD Average Rate
Eurostars Zona Rosa Suites is a true paradise of tranquility, specially thought out for business men and women.
$79 USD Average Rate
The Marco Polo Hotel is located in the Zona Rosa, near the Paseo de la Reforma and the main attractions of Mexico City.
$177 USD Average Rate
Near Paseo de la Reforma, right next to the emblematic Angel of Independence, the 12-storey silhouette of the Suites San Marino rises up.
$189 USD Average Rate
Fiesta Inn welcomes business travelers and leisure seeking success in a free, open, relaxed and inspiring atmosphere.
$142 USD Average Rate
Hotel and Suites del Parque is located in one of the most important business areas of Mexico City. A hotel with elegant European style.
$110 USD Average Rate
Be inspired at the Marquis Reforma Hotel & Spa, located along Mexico City’s fashionable Paseo de la Reforma avenue.
$224 USD Average Rate
With its sleek façade, the NH Santa Fe Hotel in Mexico City stands in the heart of the newest financial district.
$146 USD Average Rate
The Radisson Paraiso Hotel Mexico City offers quality accommodation for both business and leisure travelers visiting Mexico City.
$157 USD Average Rate
Residencia Polanco is a space created for you: Businessman need continually move for work or even personal occasions.
$107 USD Average Rate