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Nh Centro Historico
Riding the downtown development wave, Spanish chain NH planted a branch in the center. Lounges and rooms get a Euro-minimalist treatment, and spacious suites occupy the curved corners of the aerodynamically designed 1940s structure.
A longtime favorite with frugal travelers, the Principal has a helpful staff with plenty of experience. Typical of the old Centro lodgings, it boasts enormous rooms with high ceilings surrounding a plant-draped central hall...
Gran Hotel Ciudad De Mexico
The Gran Hotel flaunts the French art nouveau style of the prerevolutionary era...
Camino Real Polanco Mexico
With over 700 rooms and covering 33,000 sq meters of grounds, the Camino Real is a truly monumental endeavor...
Just a block from the metro, the Fleming is one of the better deals in the zone...
Fiesta Inn Aeropuerto Cd Mexico
Securely enclosed in a compound dotted with tropical greenery, this branch of the business-class chain offers rooms with balconies around the pool. Transport to/from your flight is included, and rates are about 20% cheaper on weekends.
The remodeled Marlowe stands across from Chinatown’s pagoda gate. Above a bright, airy lobby are spacious rooms with good carpets, colorful bedspreads, soothing art and inset lighting. Fitness freaks will appreciate the gym with a view.
Hotel San Diego
This generic option two blocks east of La Ciudadela should appeal to peso-pinchers. Above the lobby’s imitation leather sofas are decently sized rooms with furniture of a recent vintage and tiled bathrooms.
Hotel La Casona
This stately mansion was restored to its early-20th-century splendor to become one of the capital’s most distinctive boutique hotels. Each of the 29 rooms is uniquely appointed to bring out its original charm.
Just a few blocks from the Zócalo, the Isabel is a longtime budget-traveler’s favorite, offering large, well-scrubbed rooms with old but sturdy furniture, high ceilings and great balconies, plus a hostel-like social scene.
Four Seasons Hotel Mexico D.F.
One of the city’s most elegant lodgings, the Four Seasons was designed to resemble a French-Mexican late-19th-century structure, with aristocratically furnished rooms facing a beautifully landscaped central courtyard.
Near the cheerful Plaza Santo Domingo, rooms off the Azores’ bright interior courtyards are neither large nor luxurious, but they’re quite a bargain and all are in excellent shape.
Used mostly by Mexicans visiting the capital on a shopping spree, the Roble is terrifically convenient to the numerous stores just south of the Zócalo...
Hotel Casa Gonzalez
A family-run operation for nearly a century, the Casa is a perennial hit with travelers seeking peace and quiet. Set around several flower-filled patios and semiprivate terraces, it’s extraordinarily tranquilo...
On the eastern edge of Condesa and within easy reach of the Cuban club district, this friendly if functional hotel should appeal to nocturnally inclined travelers.
Hotel Casa Blanca
Here’s a five-star hotel with all the trimmings for much less than the chains. A sexy new lobby bar jazzes up the otherwise ‘60s ambience, with a lavender color scheme in the 270 rooms. Bonus: a rooftop pool with adjacent lounge.
St. Regis Mexico City
The elegant St Regis occupies the lower 16 floors of a new 31-story tower that doubles as a hotel and a residential building...
While it won’t win any awards for originality, this monolithic structure is built for comfort, with over 400 air-conditioned rooms featuring queen-size beds and cheery abstract art...
Mision Express Zona Rosa
Rising like a pink pylon above a nondescript section of Colonia Juárez, this business-class hotel offers small neatly appointed suites with classy ceiling moldings, Talavera pottery and a raised wireless work area...
Holiday Inn Zocalo
Northernmost of the three upper-echelon hotels facing the Zócalo, the Holiday Inn seems the least pretentious, eschewing colonial trimmings for contemporary comfort...
Hyatt Regency Mexico City
The Nikko blends modern luxury with Japanese traditions of service in an architecturally striking 38-story tower...
Four Points By Sheraton Mexico City Colonia Roma
Facing Álvaro Obregón’s leafy median, one of Roma’s newest hotels resembles its pricier downtown counterparts. Equipped with iPod hookups and softly illuminated desk nooks, its 91 ultra-comfortable units surround a skylight-capped central atrium.