Top 10 Boutique Hotels In Mexico City, Mexico

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Mexico City is a gorgeous city with hotels that are just as gorgeous. No matter what neighborhood these hotels are in, they are surrounded by the historic and modern aspects of the city, it’s shops, restaurants, sights, and more. The boutique hotels of Mexico City are sure to delight you. Take a look at this list of our top 10 boutique hotels in Mexico City, to get you ready for your next trip.

1. Hotel Villa Condesa (from USD 120)

Also in the Condesa neighborhood and also with highly-rated coffee, this hotel has colorful modern rooms, some of which have a balcony, as well as a bathroom, terrace area, free WiFi, an airport shuttle, a restaurant and bar, and a room service continental breakfast. Guests rave about how good the food is here and there’s a 24-hour front desk. The bohemian-feeling location offers the attractions of shops and restaurants.


Hotel Villa Condesa

Address: Colima 428, Colonia Roma Norte

Currency exchange Happy hour Delivered food is securely covered Fire extinguishers Newspapers Room service Tour or class about local culture Contactless check-in/check-out

2. Emporio Reforma (from USD 51)

A fitness center, free WiFi, parking, an onsite bar, a restaurant, room service, and comfortable rooms are all available at the Emporio Reforma, one of the city’s more exclusive hotels. It’s an especially attractive option for groups of business travelers or conventions because there are several meeting rooms. There’s also a tour desk and a 24-hour front desk.


Emporio Reforma

Address: Av Paseo de la Reforma 124 Col. Juarez

Internet services Room service Kid meals Physical distancing in dining areas Breakfast in the room Screens or physical barriers placed between staff and guests in appropriate areas Airport shuttle (additional charge) Cashless payment available

3. Hotel Casa Gonzalez (from USD 44)

This quaint guest house will make you feel right at home. Unique rooms with simple bathrooms, hardwood floors and either a terrace or a balcony, make the space feel cozy, and guests can have their breakfast and delicious morning coffee in the dining area with a nice big stained glass window, out in the gorgeous patio area, or in their rooms. And yes, there is free WiFi.


Hotel Casa Gonzalez

Address: Rio Sena 69 Colonia Cuauhtemoc

Use of cleaning chemicals that are effective against Coronavirus WiFi available in all areas Free WiFi Non-smoking throughout Cashless payment available Guest accommodation is disinfected between stays WiFi Available Fire extinguishers

4. Gran Hotel Ciudad de Mexico (from USD 119)

Grand is definitely an accurate word to describe this hotel: Greco-Roman architecture, high stained-glass ceilings, enormous chandeliers, a beautifully structures elevator, and beautiful views of the city. There’s free Wifi and parking, a gym, an in-house bar, and two in-house restaurants, one of which is on the roof—now that’s spectacular dining!

Breakfast is served in your room and the coffee, no surprise, is very good here. Since it’s also near some points of interest, the location is another major draw.


Gran Hotel Ciudad de Mexico

Address: Avenida 16 de Septiembre 82

Use of cleaning chemicals that are effective against Coronavirus Trouser press Linens, towels and laundry washed in accordance with local authority guidelines First aid kit available Currency exchange Safety deposit box Internet services WiFi available in all areas

5. W Mexico City (from USD 199)

Ideally located in downtown Mexico City, this upscale hotel offers the epitome of luxury. Rooms are stylish and comfortable and, to ensure you have a relaxing and spectacular stay, hotel amenities include a spa and massage services, a sauna, a gym, breakfast served in the room, free WiFi, parking, an airport shuttle, and a 24-hour front desk. There are also lots of funky and colorful spaces for guests to hang out, such as an outdoor patio, and the Living Room bar with a DJ!


W Mexico City

Address: Campos Eliseos 252

Heating Screens or physical barriers placed between staff and guests in appropriate areas Thermometers for guests provided by property Contactless check-in/check-out Physical distancing in dining areas Room service Non-smoking rooms Meeting/banquet facilities

6. NH Collection (from USD 63)

This hotel is highly rated for its food, coffee and its ideal location. In addition to its buffet breakfast, there are other amenities, such as an outdoor pool, a gym, a restaurant and bar, a tour desk and 24-hour front desk, free WiFi, parking, and an airport shuttle. Rooms are bright, open, and modern - they even come with a Nespresso machine! And, as a plus, the bathrooms include rain showers.


NH Collection Mexico City Reforma

Address: Liverpool 155, Zona Rosa

CCTV in common areas First aid kit available Guest accommodation sealed after cleaning On-site parking Terrace Smoke alarms Pets allowed Heating

7. Hotel Geneve CD (from USD 79)

If you’re looking for a little more history, or a building with a little more character and charm, then this is your place. This gorgeous hotel invokes tons of vintage charm, which makes sense since it was built in 1907 and it antique decor is scattered throughout. The lobby includes floor-to-ceiling bookshelves with a rolling library ladder and old-fashioned wingback chairs and rooms are simply and tastefully decorated.

Despite the place-out-of-time feel, the amenities are modern, including the bathrooms, spa and massage services, gym, onsite café and restaurant, a buffet breakfast, free WiFi, and more.


Hotel Geneve CD de Mexico

 

Address: Londres 130
Accommodates: 10

Physical distancing rules followed Laundry Security alarm Designated smoking area Spa and wellness centre Guests have the option to cancel any cleaning services for their accommodation during their stay Parking Shuttle service (additional charge)

8. Hotel Zocalo Central (from USD 109)

Another historical building, this Victorian-style hotel is located in Zocalo Plaza and features modern amenities. There’s a café onsite, where you can dine on an idyllic terrace, free WiFi, parking, room service, and other convenient amenities.

Rooms are refurbished, with a modern flare and cozy beds and the bathrooms are luxurious and functional. As a plus, the hotel has bikes available for free, if you’d like a unique way to get around town.


Hotel Zocalo Central

Address: Avenida 5 de Mayo 61, Centro Historico

Free WiFi Laundry Staff follow all safety protocols as directed by local authorities Lift Parking Dry cleaning Luggage storage Safety deposit box

9. Hippodrome Hotel Condesa (from USD 138)

Cozily modern, this hotel offers comfort and convenience. Comfy rooms—some with a patio area—and serene bathrooms, a continental breakfast served in the room, a fitness center, free WiFi and a restaurant are all available for guests to enjoy. As a plus, this hotel is only a handful of miles from the airport.


Hippodrome Hotel Condesa

Address: Avenida Mexico, 188

10. Maria Condesa Boutique Hotel (from USD 109)

Immerse yourself in Mexican culture at this luxurious hotel in the Condesa neighborhood. It includes stylish and comfortable rooms with modern bathrooms, a Mexican breakfast and great coffee served every morning, free WiFi and parking, an in-house bar and gourmet Mexican restaurant, a terrace, and spa services. And if you desire, bicycle rentals are available here.


Maria Condesa H&S

Address: Atlixco 132

Mexican coffee and more

One of the ways to immerse yourself in the culture of Mexico City is to pick a hotel that’s surrounded by all the city has to offer but that is still suitable for you and your needs. The boutique hotels in Mexico City are unique, stylish, welcoming, and if you hadn’t guessed, serve really good food and Mexican coffee!

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