Hotels in Mexico City
Hotels in the centre of Mexico CitySee all
Best Western Majestic
Mexico City 166 yd from city centre
This hotel is located directly beside the Plaza de la Constitución in Mexico City's leisure district. It is just a few minutes'...
Gran Hotel Ciudad De Mexico
Mexico City 181 yd from city centre
Built in 1908, the hotel Gran Ciudad de Mexico is a historical landmark and an architectural jewel; the first Art Noveau...
Mexico City 211 yd from city centre
The hotel is located in the main square of the historical centre of Mexico City. It is opposite the National Palace, Metropolitan...
Nh Collection México City Centro Histórico
Mexico City 279 yd from city centre
This hotel is located at the heart of Mexico City, within a few paces of historic Plaza de la Constitución (better known...
Mexico City 354 yd from city centre
Enjoy recreation amenities such as an outdoor pool or take in the view from a rooftop terrace. This hotel also features complimentary...
Hampton Inn & Suites Mexico City Centro Historico
Mexico City 356 yd from city centre
Formerly part of an 18th Century St. Agustin Monastery, and registered in the UNESCO's World Heritage Sites Catalog, this...
Ritz Ciudad De Mexico
Mexico City 562 yd from city centre
Located on the emblematic Madero Street, the main entrance to the Zocalo where the National Palace and the Metropolitan Cathedral...
Tourism in Mexico City
Mexico City should be an indispensable destination for any traveller. The thousand-year-old culture, the delicious cuisine and the warmth of the people make everyone who visits the city fall in love. ¡Viva México!
The historic quarter of Mexico City is truly monumental. Filled with hundred-year-old buildings, immense plazas and museums, it’s the very heart of the city. Here, you can’t miss the imposing Metropolitan Cathedral, which rises above the Plaza de la Constitución, the House of Tiles, the Palace of Fine Arts and the precious Alameda Central Park, where you can stop and rest during your tour of this beautiful city.
After the tour, you won’t have any problem finding a place to rest, either, as Mexico City has numerous high-quality hotels, both within and outside of the historic quarter.
Art lovers won’t want to miss a visit to the Frida Kahlo Museum, also known as the Blue House, followed by the Dolores Olmedo Patiño Museum, where most of Kahlo’s works are housed.
And of course, no one should leave Mexico City without sampling the delicious moles and chiles. Delicious!