Boutique Hotels in Mexico

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  • Umbral, Curio Collection by Hilton

    32.72 miles
  • MM Grand Hotel Puebla, Tapestry Collection by Hilton

    93.21 miles
  • Albor San Miguel de Allende, Tapestry Collection by Hilton

    128.54 miles
  • MS Milenium Monterrey, Curio Collection by Hilton

    437.59 miles
  • Villa Mercedes Merida, Curio Collection by Hilton

    658.83 miles
  • Motto by Hilton Tulum

    793.97 miles
  • The Fives Downtown Hotel & Residences, Curio Collection by Hilton

    819.73 miles
  • The Yucatan Playa del Carmen All-Inclusive Resort, Tapestry by Hilton

    820.32 miles
  • Canopy by Hilton Cancun La Isla

    842.83 miles
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Get Lost In the Capital from Top Mexico City Boutique Hotels

At an elevation of 7,349 feet, Mexico City will take your breath away upon arrival to this lively capital city. The oldest capital in the Americas, El Ciudad de Mexico was founded by indigenous people of the past and is known for its Aztec temple, Plaza del la Constitución or “Zócalo,” and its wealth of art and cultural heritage. Bring plenty of shade protection and excellent walking shoes, as you’ll want to cover much of the city by foot, where you can get a true feel for the life and culture teeming from every part of this great city!

Best Boutique Hotels in Mexico City for the Local Experience

Known for its incredible street food and up-scale fare alike, this city is a treasure trove of tasty dining— with unique flavors around every corner and calle! Just follow your nose to a street taco stand or venture out to the Juarez neighborhood, which has more recently become home to cute boutiques, a fantastic bar scene, elevated restaurants, and local parks, like the central Plaza Washington. And if you want to fully immerse yourself in Mexico City’s zesty food scene, you can take a culinary tour where your guide will take you around town to all the must-see (and taste) spots. While on this side of town, check out the Theater Benito Juárez, which hosts local theater shows at affordable prices for a little evening entertainment! And if you’re into the theatrics, you can’t miss the opportunity to watch a Lucha Libre wrestling match, where they pull out all the stops for an unforgettable show! The matches take place at the Arena Coliseo, a giant venue that seats over 23,000 spectators and also hosts other sporting and entertainment events.

Discover the Pyramids Just Outside Top Mexico City Boutique Hotels

As seen in any Mexico guidebook and splashed across the pages of National Geographic, are the ancient Mesoamerican pyramids of Teotihuacán. Located in the Valley of Mexico, once the largest city in the pre-Columbian Americas, this area was home to a variety of multi-ethnic groups including the Zapotec, Otomi, Mixtec, Maya, and Nahua. While touring the site, it’ll be hard to miss Templo Mayor, which was constructed in 1325 in the marshes of Lake Texcoco as the centerpiece of the ancient Aztec capital. Then after marveling at its sheer size and impermeability, head over to the museum right behind it, which houses various artifacts and renderings of the ancient city. For a fascinating tour, let a fluent English-speaking guide enrich your understanding of the lost city. Plus, the pyramids are just a breezy hour's drive from the best boutique hotels in Mexico City, making it an enjoyable day trip of sightseeing (and lots of climbing)!

Explore the Streets from Boutique Hotels in Mexico City

Drink in the awe-inspiring art scene from the Palacio Nacional, which houses not only the President of Mexico but also the famous historic fresco “From the Conquest to 1930,” The History of Mexico. These murals by Diego Rivera are an invaluable historic addition to the Palace, depicting the Aztec era to the Spanish conquest, the Spanish revolution, and lastly, the development of industry in Mexico. And though the National Palace is the seat of the federal executive in Mexico, fortunately, the building is open to visitors from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM, Tuesday through Sunday. But don’t stop your exploration of Mexican art there! Pop over to the striking "Casa Azul," where Friday Kahlo was born, raised, lived, and died. Known for its stunning cobalt blue exterior, the museum showcases her work as well as other contemporary artists of their era.

Get ready for an unforgettable trip, as you simply cannot run out of fascinating food and striking sights to delight in while touring Mexico City. Bien Viaje, and don’t forget to check out our top boutique hotels nearby in [Monterrey],( Guadalajara and Cancun.

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