Top 10 Tablet Hotels In Mexico City

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Mexico City is heavily populated. More than its happy bunch of people, the city is heavily loaded with cultural and historical attractions that a newcomer like you should not miss. A good starting point would be Zócalo, the city’s main square with several impressive colonial buildings surrounding it. The plaza was once the center for ceremonies of an Aztec city. Now, it is a popular tourist attraction. Although the years have made Mexico City progressive, it has wisely preserved its colonial architecture including cathedrals, museums, and even residences. When you are in a place with great aesthetics and a wealth of traditions, it is wise to stay in boutique hotels with pleasant features and service. Check out our list of the top 10 Tablet Hotels in Mexico City.

1. Nima Local House Hotel (from USD 274)

Nima Local House Hotel stands grandly with that old elegance reflective of the colonial Roma neighborhood. Inside is a warm surprise as you witness dainty pieces of modern furniture, gentle shades of white, and pops of colorful accents. The overall atmosphere is calming but lively. All four hotel rooms come with a patio that looks out to the garden. They are well-equipped with a minibar and an espresso machine to cater to your drink cravings. Butler service is available too. You may also help yourself to the hotel’s honesty bar, mingle with other guests at the rooftop lounge, or grab breakfast at the on-site restaurant.


Nima Local House hotel

Address: Colima 236, Mexico City

Free wi-fi Off street parking Bar Honesty Bar Wine Cellar Restaurant 24 hour room service Spa treatments (on request)

2. Downtown Mexico (from USD 97)

Located 11 km (6.8 mi) from the airport, Downtown Mexico offers guests a stylish and comfortable atmosphere. Cheerful colors and elaborate wall and floor patterns create a cozy tropical vibe that will brighten up your day. You will also be happy to hear that the rooms come with a minibar, a kitchenette, a walk-in closet, and a work desk. Book early to secure rooms with a balcony, so you can catch mesmerizing city views during sunset or sunrise. Otherwise, you can go to the rooftop where there is a small outdoor pool. The view from there is equally pleasant.


Downtown Mexico

Address: Isabel la Católica no 30,Colonia Centro,RFC HHA 000202FY4, Mexico City

Free wi-fi Valet parking (charges apply) Bar Restaurant 24 hour room service Outdoor swimming pool Spa treatments (on request) 24-hour front desk

3. casa9 (from USD 273)

Describing casa9 gorgeous is an understatement. This four-room boutique hotel provides an intimate guest experience and exudes elegance and style, which beggar description. How can you expect otherwise when it sits right in the widely known art district of La Condesa? Every space and detail in the hotel is beautifully curated, such as the fully tiled shower rooms, the large French window with an art print, and the wood-floored garden. All four deluxe rooms either have access to the lovely courtyard or a balcony that affords a garden view. Book the Juana Deluxe Room if you want the steam sauna. Any day at casa9 is delightful as you get to enjoy the honesty bar, the library, and the hotel’s proximity to shopping centers.


casa9

Address: Cuernavaca 9-A,Colonia Condesa, Mexico City

Free wi-fi Honesty Bar Spa treatments (on request) 100% non-smoking hotel Garden Library Lounge Luggage storage

4. La Valise Mexico City (from USD 37039)

Guests prefer the lovely La Valise not only for its aesthetics but also its superb convenience. All three rooms feature a kitchenette, a separate bath with a large tub, a lounge, a minibar, and a terrace. In-room includes a flat-screen television, iPod docking station, and free WiFi access. La Valise also sits in the walkable neighborhood of Roma. You will not run out of options for restaurants, cafes, and bars. If you are traveling in a big group, consider booking the whole place. Bonus part: your cuddly pets can stay with you at La Valise.


La Valise Mexico City

Address: Tonala 53,Roma Norte, Mexico City

Free wi-fi Off street parking Room service 100% non-smoking hotel 24 hour concierge 24-hour front desk 24 hour medical assistance Central air conditioning

5. Mumedi Design Hotel (from USD 112)

A museum and a hotel under one roof, Mumedi Design Hotel offers a unique guest experience. Inside, you will see strategically placed graphic prints and geometric patterns in different spaces, including bathroom tiles, wallpapers, carpets, and lobby accent walls. All six suites have artworks that will spark your interest as well as a minibar and a mini-fridge that should keep your hunger pangs and thirst at bay. Feel free to explore off-site restaurants and boutiques when starved. You can even do sightseeing as Mumedi is about five minutes walk to Zocalo, the grand town square.


Mumedi Design Hotel

Address: Francisco I Madero 74,Centro Area 1, Mexico City

Free wi-fi Honesty Bar Room service Restaurant 24 hour concierge 24-hour front desk Adjoining rooms Multi-lingual staff

6. Pug Seal Allan Poe (from USD 132)

Have your much-needed break at Pug Seal Allan Poe, a boutique hotel with 21 tastefully curated rooms in the upscale Polanco neighborhood. Here, you enjoy contemporary design interspersed with elements of nature. You see prints of flowers and leaves in earth-toned rooms. Business travelers find the hotel rooms convenient as they have a work desk and free WiFi access. Families and other small groups will do well at master suites that accommodate three to four and has a kitchenette, a mini dining area, and a private bath with a shower and tub.


Pug Seal Allan Poe

Address: Edgar Allan Poe No.90, Mexico City

Free wi-fi Free parking Central air conditioning Garden No pets allowed Shopping area nearby

7. The Wild Oscar (from USD 189)

There is nothing wild in The Wild Oscar, a Polanco-based boutique hotel with about 30 rooms to date. If anything, the modern hotel interior is filled with colorful artworks, stylish furniture, and parquet floors. Its rooftop terrace bar adds more fun to the already lively hotel atmosphere and keeps guests entertained. After a full day of city exploration, you can skip socialization and treat yourself to a glass of wine in your private room with a minibar. Other room amenities include a coffee maker, a work desk, a television, an iPod docking station, a small seating area, and a private bath. Where possible, book rooms with city views.


The Wild Oscar

Address: Lamartine 516, Mexico City

Free wi-fi Free parking Off street parking Valet parking (charges apply) Bar Room service Restaurant Spa treatments (on request)

8. Hotel Habita (from USD 121)

Hotel Habita’s modern and minimalist style offers a pleasant diversion from the mostly colonial building designs of the elegant Polanco neighborhood. Although it sits in a quiet corner, Hotel Habita has a rooftop bar with a lap pool and a hot tub that is one of the well-known hangout places in town. It also has an urban-chic restaurant that serves Asian-fusion cuisine. Private rooms are as stylish as the common areas. They have a terrace, a walk-in closet, a private bath with a shower and tub, a work station, a minibar, and an entertainment system. Such facilities will keep you in comfort and style if you stay indoors for the day.


Hotel Habita

Address: Av. Presidente Masaryk 201,Polanco District, Mexico City

Free wi-fi Free parking Bar Restaurant 24 hour room service Outdoor swimming pool Spa Spa treatments (on request)

9. Izta 54

Izta 54 has that distinct mix of Bohemian and urban-chic designs. Thanks to the skillful New York-based designers, the hotel spaces turn out colorful and fun. Besides great aesthetics, there are two other reasons why guests keep coming back to this boutique hotel. First, it sits in the vibrant neighborhood of Condesa where cafes, shops, restaurants, and bars are at arm’s length. Second, its spacious apartment-style rooms have city views that look stunning and facilities that spell convenience to travelers. At Izta 54, you can cook meals, store midnight snacks, and work on the sideline in your room.


Izta 54

Address: Iztaccihuatl 54, Hipódromo

Free wi-fi 100% non-smoking hotel 24-hour front desk Pet Friendly

10. Las Alcobas

Las Alcobas is in the fashionably elegant neighborhood of Polanco that is full of tree-lined streets and Colonial Revival houses. Las Alcobas features 35 rooms with street or courtyard views, and its architectural style is no different from the classically beautiful buildings in the area. Inside, you will be welcomed by whites and pale shades that create a spa-like atmosphere. Weary travelers will find refuge in this lovely boutique hotel. Rooms come with a private bath, entertainment options, a work desk, and a minibar. Spa services are available on request too. Try capping the night with a relaxing massage.


Las Alcobas

Address: Presidente Masaryk 390, Polanco Chapultepec

Free wi-fi Free parking Bar Room service Restaurant Spa Spa treatments (on request) 24 hour gym

Experience a more intimate holiday in Mexico City

Boutique hotels offer you a more personal experience that the big hotel chains may not match. We know that Mexico City is blessed with historic neighborhoods with houses that still stand beautifully and now converted into small-scale hotels. Some are centuries-old but renovated, while others are relatively recent but classically curated. Either way, all Tablet Hotels on the list have great aesthetics and excellent services.

Disclosure: Trip101 selects the listings in our articles independently. Some of the listings in this article contain affiliate links.

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Jahz is a Philippine-based writer who enjoys solo travels as much as group adventures. She believes that life is too short to be spent living in one place, so she makes it a point to experience a...Read more

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