Mexico City


Not only is Mexico City one of the most exciting cities in the world, but it can also be one of the most affordable when it comes to accommodations. For around $75, you can find a double room in a fairly central hotel, including a bathroom and often a...  Read more >

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Icon_dollar2 Casa Vieja Col. Polanco
Icon_dollar2 Distrito Capital Col. Santa Fe
Icon_dollar2 Downtown-Mexico Historic center
Icon_dollar1 El Patio 77 Col. San Rafael
Icon_dollar2 Fiesta Americana Grand Chapultepec Col. Anzures, two blocks from Chapultepec Park
Icon_dollar2 Gran Melia Mexico Reforma Col. Tabacalera
Icon_dollar2 Holiday Inn Zocalo Historic center
Icon_dollar2 Hotel Camino Real Polanco Col. Anzures
Icon_dollar1 Hotel Catedral Col. Centro
Icon_dollar2 Hotel Condesa df Col. Condesa
Icon_dollar3 Hotel Four Seasons Col. Juarez
Icon_dollar2 Hotel Habita
Icon_dollar2 Hotel Novit Col. Napoles
Icon_dollar3 Hotel Presidente InterContinental
Icon_dollar2 Hotel Villa Condesa Col. Roma Norte, near the corner of Veracruz Avenue
Icon_dollar2 Hyatt Regency Mexico City Polanco, near Chapultepec Park
Icon_dollar3 JW Marriott Hotel Mexico City Col. Polanco
Icon_dollar2 La Casona Hotel–Relais Col. Roma Norte
Icon_dollar3 Las Alcobas Col. Polanco
Icon_dollar2 Sheraton Maria Isabel Hotel & Towers Col. Cuauhtémoc
Icon_dollar3 St. Regis Mexico City Near Calle Rio Mississippi, in front of the fountain of Diana
Icon_dollar1 The Red Treehouse Col Condesa
Icon_dollar3 W Hotel Mexico City Col. Polanco, at the corner of Andres Bello