11 best hotels in Mexico City
Fast facts about Mexico City, Mexico
|Popular hotel||Galeria Plaza Reforma|
|Popular area||Historic City Center|
|Nightly rates from||$8|
|Airport||Mexico City International Airport|
|Reasons to visit||Museum & arts, Culture, Sightseeing|
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Frequently asked questions
What's the average price of a hotel in Mexico City?
The average price for a 3-star hotel in Mexico City is USD 43. The average price for a 4-star hotel in Mexico City is USD 62. The average price for a 5-star hotel in Mexico City is USD 399.
What's the average price of a hotel in Mexico City this weekend?
The average price for a 3-star hotel in Mexico City this weekend is USD 45. The average price for a 4-star hotel in Mexico City this weekend is USD 60. The average price for a 5-star hotel in Mexico City this weekend is USD 363.
What's the average price of a hotel in Mexico City tonight?
The average price for a 3-star hotel in Mexico City tonight is USD 46. The average price for a 4-star hotel in Mexico City tonight is USD 61. The average price for a 5-star hotel in Mexico City tonight is USD 530.
What are the best hotels in Mexico City near Mexico City International Airport?
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What's the best neighborhood in Mexico City to stay in?
Popular neighborhoods among travelers staying in Mexico City include Historic City Center, Mexico City Airport and Condesa-Roma.
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More about Mexico City
Mexico City was once the seat of the far-reaching Aztec Empire, and then later the center of imperial activity under the Spanish conquistadors. This illustrious and sometimes turbulent history has given this city a special charm in the form of unique, sometimes surreal architecture and a large collection of museums and landmarks scattered throughout the different areas and neighborhoods. Museum and art enthusiasts will be pleased to see that Mexico City is home to more museums than any other city, beating out favorites such as New York City and London. One of the best museums in the city is the popular National Museum of Anthropology, which houses the best most extensive collection of ancient Mexican sculptures, artifacts, and jewels. The museum is located in the neighborhood of Chapultepec, and there are several hotels in the area.
Hotels in Mexico City are well-versed in local highlights and can help arrange sightseeing excursions. Of course, a city of this size offers more than sites and tourists attractions. There’s also plenty of opportunity for dining, shopping, and taking part in an entertainment scene that includes everything from Mexican wrestling matches to authentic cantinas serving top-shelf tequila. In addition to this are excellent museums and an impressive collection of historic monuments and landmarks such as the Catedral Metropolitana, a beautiful and historical church with several altars, one of which is made from solid gold. This church is the biggest in this part of the world and a place of extreme significance for devotees of the Roman Catholic faith.
Of course, there’s a lot more to see and do in Mexico City and the best way to discover what else this city has to offer in terms of attractions, landmarks, and hotels is by exploring the interactive map on this page.