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Best Historic Hotels in Mexico City

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Gran Hotel Ciudad de México

This turn-of-the-century hotel, decorated in the Art Nouveau style, shows off a spectacular lobby. Look up as you walk into the hotel and you will see a gorgeous stained-glass dome. Walk past caged birds (you can't miss them with the noise they make) and then an old-fashioned lift will take you to your room. All in all, it's quite an entrance. This was one of the most luxurious hotels when it was built at the beginning of last century, and it is highly recommended for special celebrations such as Independence day or New Year's Eve because of its excellent location. The hotel has two high quality restaurants.

Mexico City, Mexico
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Downtown Mexico

Downtown Mexico stands amidst an array of majestic colonial buildings in Colonia Centro, and occupies one of the oldest among them. The meticulously restored hotel interiors tell the story of the building's grandiose past, with striking architectural features that blend colonial and local styles. Each of the hotel's 17 rooms possess a characteristic old-world charm that will take you back in time. Equipped with modern facilities, the rooms make for a pleasant stay. The open-air rooftop bar offers excellent views of the periphery while you lounge with your drink, while the pool bar is perfect for some fun in the sun. Teeming with glimpses from the past, the hotel offers a memorable getaway in the city.

Mexico City, Mexico
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Hotel Puebla

Hotel Puebla is located in one of the most traditional districts in Mexico City, Colonia Roma. It is a simple building constructed in a colonial style. The rooms are modest, but have everything you are likely to need during your stay. Those looking out onto the street have a small balcony.

Mexico City, Mexico
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Condesa DF

Condesa DF is a fancy hotel, and is the first one to open shop in the trendy neighborhood of Condesa. The building, originally built in 1928, has retained its original façade, but has been completely refurbished from the inside. The place has over 40 luxurious rooms and there is a spa and an alfresco sushi bar on the rooftop terrace. The restaurant, which is open all day, has an enclosed as well as outdoor seating area. There is also an underground nightclub, which sees a lot of activity on weekends.

Mexico City, Mexico
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Hotel Habita

The hotel is located in upscale area of Polanco, west of the Zocalo and the airport. This recently converted 1950's building, is a sight to behold. Inside the building, serene and elegant spaces combine with modern design and art, personalized service and quality comforts. It has 36 rooms, including 4 suites. It also has banquet halls, shopping, an outdoor pool, a spa, golf course and a conference room for business meetings.

Mexico City, Mexico
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