|Most expensive month:||May|
|Average price in Mexico City:||$150/night|
|Absolute cheapest price found:||$4/night|
|Most expensive day:||Tuesday|
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Iztapalapa, Coyoacán, and Miguel Hidalgo are the most popular places on HotelsCombined for stays in Mexico City.
Four Seasons Hotel Mexico City is a very popular hotel in Mexico City with a score of 9.2 from 368 reviews. Sheraton Mexico City Maria Isabel Hotel (8.9 from 971 reviews) and Camino Real Aeropuerto Mexico (8.0 from 9,254 reviews) are also highly rated Mexico City hotels based on recent feedback from HotelsCombined users.
A good hotel close to Zona Rosa is Four Seasons Hotel Mexico City (rated 9.2/10 from 368 reviews).
Four Seasons Hotel Mexico City is the most recommended hotel near El Ángel de la Independencia on HotelsCombined (scoring 9.2 over 368 reviews).
If you’re visiting Paseo de la Reforma then the nearby Barceló México Reforma is a popular hotel with HotelsCombined users (3,597 reviews scoring it at an average 9.0/10).
$110/night is the average price of a hotel in Mexico City, based on HotelsCombined searches over the last 3 days. For 4-star hotels in Mexico City, the average price found is $166/night, and for 5-star hotels the average price is $255/night.
HotelsCombined users have found cheap hotels in Mexico City starting from $6 per night in the last 3 days.
A hotel in Mexico City tonight can start as low as $10 for the night, with an average cost of $118, based on HotelsCombined searches over the last 72 hours.
When visiting Mexico City, there are plenty of places to go, but you have to visit Paseo de la Reforma first. With attractions such as the Chapultepec Castle, the Frida Kahlo Museum, and La Mexicana Park, you will need to book a hotel in Mexico City to enjoy your stay. Good Mexico City hotels to consider on Paseo de la Reforma include Hotel Hidalgo, Hostal Casa MX Alameda, and Hotel Monaco, all of which are quite near all these sights allowing you to experience the city fully. There’s no doubt that you can also find a wide range of affordable and cheap hotels in Mexico City within your budget that offer amazing facilities for an enjoyable stay.
If you are taking a trip with the kids, you need to find accommodation that also works for them as kids can get bored easily sitting in a hotel room. Luckily, Mexico City is a great travel destination for children, with lots of kid-friendly activities and venues ranging from parks to museums and theatres. Some resorts and hotels also offer reduced or free stays for kids, not to mention kids clubs so the children will have something to do. Some kid-friendly hotels in Mexico City to keep in mind include Sheraton Mexico City Maria Isabel Hotel, Ramada by Wyndham Mexico City Reforma, Hotel Carlota, and the St. Regis Mexico City. These family-friendly hotels also offer pools and are pet-friendly to accommodate all your family’s needs. Public transport in Mexico City is also frequently free or half-priced for kids making it easier when moving from one venue to another as there are several attractions for kids in the city. From amusement parks like Xcaret and Xelha to the Sian Ka’an Biosphere Reserve, Mexico City has an endless supply of enjoyable kid-focused activities.
Mexico City has more than 350 neighborhoods, which might make it a bit overwhelming to cover if you are a first-time traveler. But if you are looking to spend your stay somewhere quiet and peaceful, then the quiet neighborhoods in Mexico City, namely Coyoacan, San Angel, or Condesa, are your best bet. Largely residential and away from the bustle of downtown Mexico City, these areas offer peaceful energy and great activities for visitors looking for a good time. With places like the San Angel Bazar Sabado market and Museo de Frida Kahlo, Mexico City accommodates even the quiet traveler. Get around the city using the Mexico City Metro, which you can access at the Condesa Metro station. Great Mexico City hotels in these areas include Hotel Villa Condesa, Fiesta Inn Periferico Sur, and Hotel Real Del Sur. Here you can be sure to experience the quiet side of Mexico City.
Food lovers in Mexico are definitely in for a good time. Neighborhoods like Roma, Condesa, Coyoacan, San Cosme, and Narvarte are known for their restaurant options which offer tasty Mexico City cuisine, especially street food. Roma has wonderful local restaurants and excellent cafes with great coffee as well. Mercado Roma is a fan favorite among local restaurants in the neighborhood. From craft beer to coffee and churros, you will find something to enjoy. The stalls outside the Condesa Metro station have wonderful local street food as you wait for the train. For hotels in Mexico City within these neighborhoods, you have options such as Hotel Puebla, Hotel Centro Diana, Hotel Benidorm Mexico City, Hotel Marbella, and Segovia Regency. With places like Navarte, known for amazing bars and restaurants with international cuisine, you will feel at home staying just a short distance away.