Mexico City Hostel
AddressBrasil No. 8 Col. Centro Mexico CitySee nearby area
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Lonely Planet review
Steps from the Zócalo, this colonial structure has been artfully restored, with original wood beams and stone walls as a backdrop for modern, energy-efficient facilities. Spacious dorms have four or six sturdy bunk beds on terracotta floors. Immaculate bathrooms trimmed with azulejo (painted ceramic tiles) amply serve around 100 occupants.
Our independent authors have visited Mexico City Hostel and selected this as one of our recommended hostels in Mexico City.
Description provided by property
' The best and cheapest hostel in Mexico' & Only 20 meters from The Cathedral and Zocalo (main plaza) Mexico City Hostel offers economic, comfortable accommodation, in our newly and completely remodeled building. This building displays the beauty of Colonial times.
Mexico City Hostel offers a traditional atmosphere of Mexico. We are very close to many places of interest in the Center of Mexico City, for example, galleries, shops, markets and museums.
At Mexico City Hostel we offer everything you need for an unforgettable stay in the Center of Mexico City, private rooms and dormitories, beautiful patios, complete hostel services (laundry service, Internet included in the price a nice and big breakfast also included and not only coffee and bread but eggs with jam, fruit bread with butter and jelly, coffee, tea, hot showers, lockers, safety box at front desk for valuables), tours and much more.
Services & facilities
- 24 Hour Reception
- 24 Hour Security
- Tours/Travel Desk
- Airport Transfers
- Book Exchange
- Cable TV
- Common Room
- Breakfast Included
- Ceiling Fan
- Free Internet Access
- Free WiFi
- Internet Access
- Laundry Facilities
- Linen Included
- Towels Included
- Luggage Storage
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