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This small hotel only has 22 rooms, and is more than affordable. Another advantage is its location; it is ideally situated near the Zona Rosa. The rooms are simple and comfortable. They also have a large dining room with excellent dishes. This type of hotel is perfect for students or tourists, as it seems more like a hostel or guest house.
As the number one bed & breakfast in the entirety of Mexico City, The Red Tree House is known for its outstanding hospitality and personal service. Located in the trendy Condesa neighborhood, this bed & breakfast is housed in a 1930s hacienda with its namesake red Christmas light tree in the front yard. This type of accommodation is great for travelers or business people looking to engage in the local culture and not just observe it from afar at one of the many nameless hotels nearby. All rooms feature their own bathrooms and simple decor. The superb staff go above and beyond to prepare excellent meals, provide concierge services and keep it as clean as possible. Guests are even allowed to take the house dog on walks to nearby parks!
This artsy bed & breakfast is located in the popular Condesa neighborhood of Mexico City. With just eight rooms, Casa Comtesse is cozy and full of unique touches. Their breakfast is renowned thanks to the talented chef, Miguel, who prepares a succulent traditional Mexican feast each morning. Arrangements can be made for taxis and even tours to the nearby historic site of Teotihuacan for just USD 40 a person. The staff speaks Spanish, English and French, for those international travelers.
This modern bed & breakfast is nestled in the historic Naucalpan area. The home was originally built in the 1950s and has recently undergone renovations. Surrounded by a fruit garden in a tranquil residential neighborhood, Casa Roa features comfortable rooms with televisions, laundry services and cozy beds. This family owned and operated establishment is a refreshing change from overpriced hotels and lackluster service.