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WHERE TO STAY — MEXICO CITY HOTELS


TOP OF THE LINE

Four Seasons Hotel Mexico, D.F.
Paseo de la Reforma #500
Mexico City, D.F. 06600
A luxurious melding of Latin heritage and European influences.More...

Top of the line



LUXURY

Hotel Habita
Presidente Masarik 201
Mexico City, D.F. 11560
Austere luxury in a visually overwhelming landscape.More...

Luxury

The St. Regis Mexico City
Paseo de la Reforma 439
Mexico City, D.F. 06500
Classic elegance in a modern icon on the Paseo de la Reforma.More...

Luxury

W Mexico City
Campos Eliseos 252
Mexico City, D.F. 11560
The place to see and be seen in Mexico City.More...

Luxury



MODERATE

Condesa Haus
Cuernavaca #142
Mexico City, D.F. 5256-2494
Comfy digs, tech-heavy amenities and customized service for long-term stays.More...

Moderate

Hotel Condesa D.F.
Av. Veracruz N. 102
Mexico City, D.F. 06700
A chic haven in the hippest part of town.More...

Moderate


 
PRACTICAL

The Red Tree House
Parque Mexico
Culiacan 6
Mexico City, D.F. 06030
An intimate, family-run guesthouse located in tree-lined la Condesa, the SoHo of Mexico City.More...

Practical


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