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 landmark hotel is stylish and modern, located in the Polanco region of Mexico City. Guests are afforded stunning views of the city's skyline including nearby parks and historic streets. With such a central location, the hotel is within walking distance of popular restaurants, boutiques and tourist attractions. Suites are comfortable, offering luxury amenities like plush linens, spa like bathrooms, flat screen televisions, safe deposit, newspaper delivery and more.
This is one of the most recent additions to Mexico City's luxury hotel selections. It is located in one of the most exclusive areas of the city, overlooking the popular and lush Chapultepec Park. It has 319 elegantly decorated rooms with rich wood accents, crisp white linens and terrific views. Aside from the exceptional accommodations the hotel features a refreshing outdoor swimming pool and lounge area, luxurious spa and three world-class dining facilities.
A luxurious five-star hotel accommodation in Paseo da la Reforma Boulevard, the Four Seasons Hotel Mexico City features historic colonial-era architecture and is an iconic landmark of Mexico City. This state-of-the-art hotel accommodation features picturesque gardens, fountains, an outdoor pool, a fitness center, health club, a full-service spa, sauna, business center, a cafe, multiple meeting rooms and Turkish bath/Hammam services, among a host of other facilities on offer. This luxury Four Seasons hotel has 240 individually-curated rooms, spread over 8 floors, with world-class in-room amenities such as hypo-allergenic bedding, air-conditioning, refrigerator, in-room safe, phone, microwave, desk, LED TV, in-room massage service, mini-bar and phone, to name a few. This hotel is especially popular among international tourists, owing of its proximity to malls and entertainment centers. Its architecture is colonial-era style with French influence. Most of the rooms feature views of the Chapultepec Park and the legendary castle, home of the National Museum of History.
The epitome of luxury, the St. Regis Hotel in Mexico City is certainly one of the most expensive and most grandeur. With 189 sleek guest rooms, gorgeous views, spa, indoor swimming pool, children's activities, conference facilities and more, this hotel has everything you need to make your stay a memorable one. The rooms feature plush linens, soaking tubs, mini bar and cozy robes, all of which are perfect for unwinding after a long day.
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 small hotel with 90 rooms is located right in the historic center of the city. From here you can walk to the Zócalo, the National Palace, or simply wander around some of the streets that are infused with the history of the country. The rooms are intimate, comfortable and equipped to offer guests the very best.
This is perhaps one of the cheapest places in the Centro Histórico area. The rooms are simple, modest and comfortable; they have the essentials to guarantee a good rest. It is pretty small, with only 61 rooms.
This hotel is excellently located in the historic center of Mexico City; so you will be able to stroll on foot, and enjoy the colonial and architectural gems surrounding you. It is small, and only has 60 rooms, which are nevertheless decorated tastefully, and very in keeping with the traditions of the area. It has rooms looking onto the street; these have beautiful balconies, from where you can enjoy the excellent views of Mexico City by night.
This small hotel is located in Mexico City's historic centre, so its design fits in with the traditional image of this area. It is very central, and one of the first hotels to be established in this area. The rooms are spacious, clean and comfortable, having the essential services which guarantee a pleasant stay.
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.
This hotel is located in a privileged area of Mexico City. It forms part of a group of historic buildings, such as the National Palace and the Metropolitan Cathedral. The architecture reflects the marvelous splendor of past times. The rooms and suites supply the ideal climate for comfort. The restaurant, as well as having excellent food, provides an exceptional view of the Zócalo. There are many services provided such as a bar, a business center, conference rooms and a travel agency.