If you’re traveling to Mexico City, you’re probably wondering where the best place to stay is. You probably rely on many factors when choosing a hotel: location, cost per night, internet access, amenities, proximity to the places you are going to visit (especially if you are traveling for work), if it has a restaurant or room service.
In order to help you choose, today we will give you a compilation of hotels so that you decide where would you like to stay:
Orchid House Hotel Boutique
Campos Elíseos 76, C.P. 11560.
Located in the heart of Polanco, Orchid House is one of the best boutique hotels in Mexico City, designed to offer a luxury, comfort and rest experience. This hotel is a gorgeous 100 year old mansion that has been adapted to provide all the comforts to its guests through beautiful gardens, decoration with plants and flowers (especially orchids), spacious rooms with TV, dryer, free WiFi, minibar, nespresso coffee, continental breakfast, among other amenities.
Among the benefits of staying here you will find its proximity to the business areas and many of Mexico City´s touristic spots, a friendly customer service, the bed´s comfort and a relaxing atmosphere that is breathed from the moment you enter.
Orchid is the place to feel at home with all the luxuries and amenities that your vacation or work trip deserves.
Four Seasons Hotel
Paseo de la Reforma 500. Colonia Juarez
Located in Mexico City´s downtown, this hotel has full service: restaurant, bakery, spa, sauna, hot tub, business services, private bar, pool and even an English-style barbershop.
Río Amazonas 73, Col. Renacimiento, Cuauhtémoc C.P. 06500
Formerly called Hotel Jardín Amazonas, Hotel Carlota has an original and artistic design that adapts to tourists looking for rest in Mexico City. In this hotel you will find a pool with an outdoor bar, a beautiful library, a restaurant, a boutique, a private lounge and some rooms have a view with balcony or terrace.
Located just 5 minutes away by walking from Paseo de la Reforma, one kilometer away from the Zona Rosa and 400 meters from the U.S. Embassy, it is a very well located option and highly recommended for tourists looking for a place to relax.
Isabel la Católica 30, Historic Center of the CDMX C.P. 06000
Also known as “The Palace of the Counts of Miravalle”, Downtown is a seventeenth-century colonial hotel with an industrial architecture. It’s an old residence, which preserves the viceregal style and combines colonial and indigenous elements in ornamental details.
On the palace´s central balcony, there is a lobby and breakfast space to enjoy its colonial architecture; from the terrace you can enjoy views of the Historic Center such as the Latin American tower.
Campos Elíseos 252 Chapultepec C.P. 11560
The W hotel is located near the Chapultepec Forest Lake and Presidente Masaryk Avenue in the luxurious Polanco neighborhood. This hotel is modern, with contemporary and elegant décor, artwork, a restaurant with terrace, lounge, gym and spa.
We hope that this information will be useful for you to choose the hotel on your next visit to Mexico City. If you have convinced yourself that staying at Orchid House is the best alternative, write to us through our contact form to book your room, we will gladly assist you.