Whether you’re traveling for leisure or planning a business vacation in Mexico City, consider these guest favorite hotels in prime locations:
In a city built on a clash of histories, the museums are a must, and the National Museum of Anthropology should be a priority for any Mexico City vacation. It's filled with relics from the Aztec era, lending insight into Mexico's complex history. Explore the artifacts of intrigue, trace the timelines of war, peace, and celebration, and discover a side of Mexico you’ve yet to encounter. It's located right next to Chapultepec, a sprawling park that's a perfect spot for an afternoon stroll to ponder the evolution of this astounding city and the people who call it home.
If we had you at “City of Palaces,” you’ve got to add a few architectural wonders to your itinerary. Wander up the black marble staircase and through the breathtaking galleries of the Palacio de BellasArtes. The building itself is a masterpiece with its three domes glowing over the city center. To trade the opulent palace scene for stately castle grounds, venture over to Chapultepec Castle in the heart of its lovely namesake park. In Mexico City, even the mail services have a palace. Tour the historic Palacio Postal in the city center and buy stamps for all your “Wish you were here” postcards.
Thanks to temperate weather year-round and hospitality that never sleeps, it’s always a blissful time to take a vacation in Mexico City, but try to sync your travel with one of the city's exciting festivals. Mexico City's Day of the Dead celebration is a sight to behold, occurring every year on the first of November. Travelocity has plenty of Mexico City vacation deals to help plan your trip around this or many of the other celebrations of the city. Search over 400 airlines and more than 510,000 hotels worldwide to make sure you find the perfect spot for you.
Accommodation in Mexico City
Travelocity's hotel guide features as many as 345 Mexico City lodgings, making planning your trip to Mexico's capital city a breeze.
The St. Regis Mexico City, at Paseo De La Reforma 439, or the Las Alcobas, a Luxury Collection Hotel, Mexico City, at Av. Presidente Masaryk 390, are teeming with opulence and style. If you want more bang for your buck, consider the Live Aqua México City Hotel & Spa, at Av. Paseo de los Tamarindos No. 98, or the JW Marriott Hotel Mexico City, located at Andres Bello No 29.
Everyone visits Teotihuacan Archaeological Site while in Mexico City. So, why not stay close by? The Hotel Quinto Sol is located 1 mile (2 kilometers) away, and the Villas Arqueologicas Teotihuacan is 1 mile (2 kilometers) away.
The Camino Real Aeropuerto Mexico is connected by a pedestrian bridge to domestic terminal 1, gate B, of Benito Juárez International Airport. Complimentary transportation ...
Located in Colonia Juarez, this hotel is steps from Cristobal Colon Monument and Teatro Diego Rivera. Monument to the Revolution and Museo Nacional de la Revolucion ...
Gran Hotel Ciudad De Mexico overlooks the Zócalo, the city's vast central square, making it a sightseer's dream. History buffs can stroll to the National Palace, ...
Situated near the airport, this hotel is 2.6 mi (4.2 km) from Palace of Sports and within 6 mi (10 km) of Museum of Light and Central de Abasto. Palacio Nacional ...
Situated near the airport, this hotel is 1.4 mi (2.2 km) from Central de Abasto and 2.3 mi (3.7 km) from Palace of Sports. Palacio Nacional and Plaza de la Constitucion ...
Hyatt Regency Mexico City is in the upscale Polanco district, known for its boutiques and restaurants. Across the street is the National Auditorium, and the ...