Top 10 Business Hotels in Mexico City
Minimalist contemporary suites, designed with the business traveler in mind.
Dominion opened HauSuites in the Santa Fe business district in 2007. As with their Polanco location, these suites are designed for long-term visits to the city, with prices adjusted according to the length of your stay. These brand new accommodations are tastefully decorated in a contemporary style, tending toward minimalist rather than cozy. Blond wood floors are livened up with bright rugs, and the color schemes are bold blends of red, orange, brown, and white. Modern, dark wood furniture is stylish and comfortable. Kitchens are new, and fully equipped with brand new appliances, including a coffee maker, blender, toaster, microwave, and a full-sized refrigerator. While you could live autonomously in these suites, the hotel staff provides the amenities and services you'd look for in a hotel, including a gym, an indoor pool, room service, a daily breakfast buffet, and complimentary toiletries. Located on the far eastern end of Reforma, one of Mexico City's most busy thoroughfares, these suites are far from most of the city's tourist sights; however, if you are doing business in Santa Fe, there is no more convenient location.