- Holiday Inn Mexico City Plaza Dali, Mex
- Casa Inn Mexico City
- Segovia Regency Hotel
- Suites Hotel Estocolmo 30
- Hotel Suites Reforma 374
- Hotel Ambassador
- Bristol Hotel
- Casa Vieja
- All Mexico City Hotels
As the largest city in Mexico, Mexico City is full of museums and cultural buildings such as the Metropolitan Cathedral and the National Palace as well as parks and outdoor spaces such as the famous Chapultepec Park and the Floating Gardens of Xochimilco. Accommodations in Mexico City are geared for the budget conscious as well as those who have no limits in sight. No matter what time of year you decide to travel Mexico, you’ll have no problem finding cheap hotels in Mexico City.
One option for cheap hotels in Mexico City is the Maria Cristina hotel. Located at 31 Rio Lerma in the Zona Rosa district of Mexico City, the Maria Cristina offers colonial patios, mahogany furnishings, and interesting chandeliers. Each room has two double beds or one king-sized bed, large closets, free Wi-Fi, an in-room safe, and marble bathrooms. A large outdoor courtyard is the perfect place to read a book or relax. Some of the other amenities at Maria Cristina include a bar, a restaurant, a salon, and a travel agency.
Mexico City hotels often have some history behind them. The Hotel Imperial has a history that dates back to 1904. It was once the home of a former Mexican president and was also the site of an assassination of another former Mexican president. It was the U.S. embassy building for several years, before regaining its status as a hotel in the year 1989. One of the main reasons people like staying in the hotel is because of its large guest rooms, traditional style furnishings, and high ceilings. The hotel is equipped with a business center and meeting rooms, making it a popular choice in Mexico lodging for people on business trips. The hotel also offers a great value compared with similar accommodations in Mexico City. If you’re in the mood for some Spanish food, head to the hotel’s Spanish restaurant and bar. The bar plays live piano music each night and features other musical entertainment on the weekends.
Mexico City lodging sometimes has some artistic significance. Such is the case with the La Casona Hotel-Relais, a small luxury hotel with 29 well-decorated units. The hotel is housed in a restored building from 1923 that has been declared an official artistic monument by the Mexican government. Each room is uniquely decorated with large oriental rugs, hardwood floors, and interior shutter doors. If you’re meeting some friends, a bar and wine cellar next to the lobby is a popular place for socializing. There is also a gym with a steam room, a business center, and a restaurant offering room service.
Mexico City hotels are usually within a short walk or train ride away from some of the most popular attractions in the city. You don’t want to miss the Metropolitan Cathedral and the Palacio National. Located in the central square, or Zocalo in Mexico City, these buildings offer a glimpse into the religious and national history of Mexico. Several Mexico City hotels have a great view of the central square. If you happen to find Mexico City lodging that faces the square, make sure to watch for the lowering of the flag ceremony every evening at 6:00.
Cheap hotels in Mexico City usually don’t fill up as fast as some of the more upscale accommodations in Mexico, but nonetheless, it’s always a good idea to book your hotel well in advance of your visit.
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