Nate leaning on a door to the balcony in Mumedi, one of the best hotels in Mexico City

14 Best Hotels in Mexico City (for 2023)

Looking for the best hotels in Mexico City? Well, trust me, you’re in the right place. 

I have visited Mexico City more than 20 times and even wrote the best guide on the internet to what to do in Mexico City

I have personally stayed in or visited dozens of hotels, and in this article, I’ve done my best to rank the absolute best of the bunch so that you can find the perfect Mexico City accommodation for your stay. Whether you’re looking for a luxury 5 star hotel or just a clean budget pad in good location, there’s something for everyone on this list of the best CDMX hotels. 

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14 Best Mexico City Hotels

The Wild Oscar (Overall #1 Hotel)

A luxurious private retreat in Polanco.

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If I had to pick one Mexico City hotel that stands out above the rest, it’s got to be The Wild Oscar. Located just steps from the famous Chapultepec park, the luxurious 28 rooms at this boutique are some of the most stylish and expansive I’ve seen anywhere in Mexico. Honestly, they feel more like mini residences than hotel rooms. 

The Wild Oscar’s unassuming entrance gives off a speakeasy vibe. Indeed, the hotel prides itself on exclusivity and privacy, making it the perfect Mexico City hotel for executives or anyone who values having a private retreat from the chaos of the city. 

One of the best features of The Wild Oscar is the fantastic rooftop, where you can soak in views of the CDMX skyline while eating breakfast in the morning or sipping cocktails at sunset. Guests also have access to a gym, in-room Nespresso machines, and onsite covid testing (for an additional fee). If you’re only looking for the absolute best hotels in Mexico City, you can’t go wrong staying at The Wild Oscar. 

Hotel Website | Hotel Phone: +52 55 6844 0300 | $$ | 👉 Check Prices for The Wild Oscar on Booking

Mumedi Design Hotel (Luxury Boutique)

The best boutique hotel in Mexico City’s history center.

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For first time visitors or tourists looking to explore the many sites and attractions in Mexico City, it just makes sense to stay in the Centro Historico. And you won’t find a better hotel close to the famous Zocalo than the absolutely spectacular Mumedi Design Hotel.

Every detail of this small boutique is managed to perfection – from the incredibly comfortable beds to the in room coffee service to the downstairs restaurant, shop, and museum. Several of the stylish rooms offer balconies overlooking the city’s busiest pedestrian street below, but you wouldn’t know it unless you opened the (incredibly effective) soundproof windows.

The only challenge with this hotel is snagging one of the 6 rooms before they book out. If you can, snag the Deluxe Suite with Bathtub, featuring one of the biggest hotel bathrooms I’ve ever seen (and that’s saying something, as I review hotels for a living!).

Hotel Website | Hotel Phone: +52 55 5510 8609 | $$ | 👉 Check Prices for Mumedi Design Hotel on Booking

Sheraton Mexico City Maria Isabel Hotel (Mid Range Hotel)

A fantastic mid-range hotel, centrally located, with a rooftop pool.

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My most recent Mexico City accommodations were at the Sheraton Mexico City Maria Isabel Hotel. I really enjoyed the hotel’s convenient location on Paseo de la Reforma, which made it easy to move about the city by walking or by Uber. 

My room had a fantastic view of the iconic Angel of Independence, a comfortable bed, a sizeable bathroom, and very fast free wifi (which I needed as I had some work to get done on this blog). The views are even better from the rooftop pool, which was somehow always empty when I visited. The Sheraton also offers a solid breakfast, an onsite gym, a restaurant, a coffee shop, and quite a few facilities and meeting rooms for special events and conferences. 

If you’re looking for a brand name hotel in central Mexico City with a reasonable average nightly price, I think the Sheraton Mexico City Maria Isabel is a solid option. 

Hotel Website | Hotel Phone: +52 55 5242 5555 | $ | 👉 Check Prices for Sheraton Mexico City Maria Isabel Hotel on Booking (or on Marriott)

Le Meridien (Business Hotel)

Upscale apartment-style rooms with modern design.

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I also recently stayed in the Le Meridien Mexico City, which is another excellent Marriott property along Paseo de la Reforma. This is a more modern upscale hotel, featuring large apartment-style rooms and floor-to-ceiling glass windows overlooking some of the best sites in CDMX.

What really makes Le Meridien stand out among the other hotels in Mexico City I’ve seen is the large suites, which are basically full apartments. Mine came with a separate living room featuring a large sofa and giant HDTV. I also really liked the fast free wifi and the excellent workspace with a desk and chair. 

Downstairs you’ll find a gym and an indoor swimming pool with a jacuzzi. I dined at the hotel’s Mexican restaurant one night, and really enjoyed the fare there as well. Overall, the Le Meridien is definitely one of the best hotels in Mexico City I’ve stayed at, and I would gladly return.

Hotel Website | Hotel Phone: +52 55 5061 3000 | $ | 👉 Check Prices for Le Meridien on Booking (or on Marriott)

👉 Can’t Decide Where to Stay? Check out our breakdown of the best areas to stay in Mexico City.

Volga (New Luxury Hotel)

A brand new modern luxury hotel promising a mix of gastronomy, art, and culture (and an “urban cenote”).

View of a bathroom at Volga hotel in Mexico City
Photo Courtesy Hotel Volga

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I’m always a big fan of new hotels, and in Mexico City they don’t come any newer than this one.

Volga Hotel is a new luxury hotel opening in CDMX in June, 2023. This brand-new CDMX hotel has a slick design, with interior rooms perched around a skylight and overlooking what the hotel owners call an “urban cenote.”

Volga also features a rooftop terrace with lounger, cabanas, and a music stage. A speakeasy bar is slated to open in July, 2023.

Hotel Website | Hotel Phone: +52 984 169 5125 | $$$$ | 👉 Check Prices for Volga on Booking

Sofitel Mexico City Reforma (Luxury Hotel)

French style luxury and sweeping panoramic vistas.

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Located right next door to the American embassy, the Sofitel Mexico City Reforma has got to be one of the most luxurious 5-star hotels in Mexico City, and probably in the entire country. Of course, this French luxury brand is known globally for its style and luxurious amenities, and Sofitel’s Mexico City property lives up to its reputation. 

Even if you are staying in a different Mexico City hotel, it’s worth reserving a table for brunch at the Sofitel’s incredible rooftop restaurant to soak in some of the city’s most breathtaking views. 

Hotel Website | Hotel Phone: +52 55 8660 0500 | $$ | 👉 Check Prices for Sofitel Mexico City Reforma on Booking

La Valise (Luxury Hotel)

Elevated luxury, and sleeping under the stars.

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Located in an elegant 1920s French-style townhome in Roma Norte, La Valise is quite possibly the most intimate luxury hotel in all of CDMX. It only has three rooms: the El Patio Suite, La Luna Suite, and La Terraza. The latter offers a king-sized bed that rolls onto the private terrace, allowing guests the option of sleeping under the stars!

La Valise is also behind one of the most incredible hotels in Tulum, so if you’re looking for an elevated aesthetic, this is the perfect hotel for a romantic getaway. Just be sure to book a room asap, as with only three suites, La Valise books up fast.

Hotel Website | Hotel Phone: +52 55 5286 9560 | $$$$ | 👉 Check Prices for La Valise on Booking

Casa Prim (Mid-Range Boutique Hotel)

A gorgeous family-owned small boutique in a central location.

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If you’re the type of traveler who loves staying in locally-owned hotels that exude character and class, then I think you should put Casa Prim at the top of your list of hotels in Mexico City. The stylish rooms really bring out the character of the historic building, and the guest rooms are filled with lots of thoughtful touches like bathrobes, coffee makers, wardrobes, free toiletries, free wifi, and room service.

Casa Prim sports a small fitness center and an excellent rooftop restaurant where you can enjoy their highly rated free breakfast. The hotel’s location is just perfect too. It puts you in walking distance to the historic center, the restaurants of Roma Norte, or Paseo de la Reforma. All in all, Casa Prim is a great option if you’re looking for a reasonable average price on a boutique hotel that checks all the right boxes.

Hotel Website | Hotel Phone: +52 55 5546 8080 | $$ | 👉 Check Prices for Casa Prim on Booking

Hotel Stanza (Budget Hotel)

A classic but highly affordable option with a perfect Roma Norte location.

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If you’re looking for the best hotels in Mexico City for a budget, you won’t find a better location for the money than the classic Hotel Stanza. Located right on the lively Avenida Álvaro Obregón

The hotel definitely shows its age in places, but that just gives it a bit of classic Mexico City charm. My friend Rob recently stayed here and really enjoyed the breakfast buffet (extra cost), the attentive service, and the perfect location just a stone’s throw away from some of the best restaurants, bars, and nightlife in the Roma Norte neighborhood. 

Hotel Website | Hotel Phone: +52 55 5208 0052 | $ | 👉 Check Prices for Hotel Stanza on Booking

Intercontinental Presidente Mexico City (Business Hotel)

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The Intercontinental Presidente Mexico City is a classic Polanco hotel that is popular with conference and business travelers. Some of the suites on the side facing Chapultepec Park feature incredible vistas over the park and the National Museum of Anthropology. 

The many positive guest reviews emphasize this hotel’s many on-site restaurants and bars, the spacious health club and fitness center, and the comfortable beds. It’s also one of the best pet-friendly hotels in Mexico City, if you’re planning a trip with your dog or cat. 

Overall, the Intercontinental Presidente is one of the best Mexico City hotels if you want to stay in luxury within walking distance to Chapultepec Castle and the many other sites in the park or in Polanco.

Hotel Website | Hotel Phone: +52 55 5327 7700 | $$ | 👉 Check Prices for Intercontinental Presidente Mexico City on Booking

Zócalo Central Hotel (4 Star Hotel)

Unbeatable views of the Zócalo.

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Though I’ve yet to have the chance to personally stay at this city center hotel, I always come here when I visit Mexico City in order to have a drink or lunch at the hotel’s incredible terrace restaurant. It overlooks the Zócalo and has some of the best views of the Mexico City Metropolitan Cathedral. 

Based on guest reviews, it’s also a charming place to stay. Though some do complain about minor noise issues, guests like that many rooms have kitchenettes, say the beds are comfortable, and also highly compliment the staff. And, of course, everyone raves about the views. 

Hotel Website | Hotel Phone: +52 55 5130 5130 | $$ | 👉 Check Prices for Zócalo Central Hotel on Booking

JW Marriott Hotel Mexico City (Luxury Hotel)

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Trendy travelers looking for a 5 star experience will love the JW Marriott Hotel Mexico City. Also located in Polanco, the hotel offers a good mix of classic luxury and modern style. Guest reviews for this hotel are spectacular, with many reviewers consistently citing its spacious rooms, incredible views, fine dining, large pool, health club, and attentive staff. 

The hotel largely caters to business travelers, but the location close to the many shops and restaurants of Polanco, and away from the noisiest parts of the city, also makes it the perfect luxury hotel for a city break.

Hotel Website | Hotel Phone: +52 55 5999 0000 | $$-$$$ | 👉 Check Prices for JW Marriott Hotel Mexico City on Booking (or on Marriott)

Gran Hotel Ciudad de Mexico (Historic CDMX Hotel)

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One of the most iconic hotels in Mexico City is the Gran Hotel Ciudad de Mexico. Located right in the heart of the historic city center, the Gran Hotel features an incredibly ornate interior that is worth visiting if can’t quite afford the 5 star hotel class rates. The Tiffany stained glass ceiling is just stunning!

Besides the location and Instagram-perfect setting, this hotel wins rave reviews for its stunning views over the city’s main square (the Zocalo), the 5 star service, and the spacious rooms. 

Hotel Website | Hotel Phone: +52 55 1083 7700 | $$-$$$ | 👉 Check Prices for Gran Hotel Ciudad de Mexico on Booking

Barceló México Reforma (5 Star Hotel)

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I’ve yet to see the inside of a room at the Barceló México Reforma, but the common areas I’ve been in are incredible and this wouldn’t be a good list of hotels in Mexico City if we didn’t mention the Barcelo. 

The hotel is situated along Paseo de la Reforma, meaning you can walk to the historic center, Zona Rosa, or Roma Norte pretty easily. It features large rooms, a pool, the onsite Sonor Grill restaurant, air conditioning, a fitness center, and free wifi. Overall, it’s a good option for business travelers, large groups, or families. 

Hotel Website | Hotel Phone: +52 55 5128 5000 | $$ | 👉 Check Prices for Barceló México Reforma on Booking

👉 Need help planning your CDMX trip? Check out our pre-planned Mexico City in a Week itinerary!

Mexico City Hotels Directory

The hotels above are my personal picks for the best hotels in Mexico City. But, of course, that’s just based on the hotels I’ve personally visited and stayed at. If you want more options, here are some other highly rated Mexico City hotels to consider. Just bear in mind that I’ve not personally visited these (yet)!

You can also check out our complete guide to where to stay in CDMX for more tips!

Hotels in Downtown Mexico City Historic District

Hotels in Polanco

Hotels in Roma Norte & Condessa

  • Hotel MX Roma – a good midrange option with modern rooms and a perfect location.
  • Nima Local House Hotel – the guest reviews are near perfect for this bed and breakfast style property.
  • Four Points Sheraton Roma Norte – the first hotel in Mexico City I ever stayed in (in my pre blogger days, so I didn’t take photos!). Clean rooms, great location. 

Hotels along Paseo de la Reforma

  • St Regis Mexico City – another highly rated Marriott property, featuring complimentary breakfast, an upscale French restaurant, an indoor pool, a gym, and a spa.
  • Hotel Galeria Plaza Reforma – my buddy Rob stayed here recently, loves the rooftop pool and says this hotel is great value for money.
  • Marquis Reforma Hotel – a 5 star hotel that mixes modern and historic in a spectacular building near Mexico City’s Zona Rosa.
  • Four Seasons Hotel Mexico City – a brand that needs no introduction, their Mexico City property unsurprisingly wins rave guest reviews.

Hotels in Santa Fe 

Mexico City International Airport Hotels

  • Marriott Courtyard Mexico City Airport – One of the best hotels in Mexico City if you just need a place to crash on a layover or before a flight out from the Benito Juárez International Airport. 

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FAQs About CDMX Hotels

What is the best hotel in Mexico City? 

Our pick for the best hotel in Mexico City is The Wild Oscar, a luxurious boutique hotel with stunning rooms, rooftop views of Polanco, and attentive service. Other top hotels in Mexico City include Mumedi Design Hotel and the Sofitel Mexico City Reforma.

How much do hotels cost in Mexico City?

Hotel prices in Mexico City are relatively affordable compared to American or European standards. Budget Mexico City hotels start at $25 USD per night, though of course, you can splurge for luxury hotels that cost as much as several hundred dollars per night. 

What is the safest area to stay in Mexico City?

The safest areas to stay in Mexico City are the neighborhoods of Condessa, Roma Norte, and Polanco. These are all popular areas with tourists, have relatively low crime, and are busy and well-lit at all hours of the night.

How many days should I spend in Mexico City?

To truly experience the best the city has to offer, you should plan to spend at least three days in Mexico City. Three days gives you enough time to see most of Mexico City’s top attractions, though of course, it is an enormous metropolis with a lot more to do if you are able to extend your stay.

What is the best month to visit Mexico City?

April is the best month to visit Mexico City, as the cold winter weather passes but the rainy summer weather has not yet arrived. With that said, I have visited Mexico City during all parts of the year, and the weather is generally decent even in the middle of summer or winter. In short, there is no bad time to visit Mexico City.

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That’s it for this guide to the best hotels in Mexico City! I hope you’ve found a good place to stay in CDMX. 

Before you go, be sure to check out my epic list of the best things to do in CDMX!

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