Business Hotels in Mexico City
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- Museo Soumaya
- Basilica of Our Lady of Guadalupe
- U.S. Embassy
- Metropolitan Cathedral (Catedral Metropolitana)
- Estadio Azteca
- The Angel of Independence Monument
- Six Flags Mexico
- Foro Sol Autodrome
- Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez
- National Medical Center (Siglo XXI)
- Reforma 222
- Sports Palace Dome
- Antara Polanco
- Arena Ciudad de Mexico
- Auditorio Nacional
- Alameda Central
- Torre Latinoamericana
- Plaza Satelite Shopping Center
- Palacio de Bellas Artes
Booking Hotels for Business Travel in Mexico City
So just how popular is Mexico City right now? In the last hour, we've had 5 bookings. Out of 59151 actual guest reviews, our business hotels in Mexico City have an average rating of 3.9. Sometimes, events can take over a city so make sure you get the room you want and book now!
What are the most popular business hotels in Mexico City right now?
1. La Valise Hotel
2. Departamento Rochester
3. MX Grand Suites
4. Gran Hotel Ciudad De Mexico
5. Las Alcobas, a Luxury Collection Hotel, Mexico City
So how do I decide which business hotel in Mexico City to book?
Typically, the most important factors when booking a hotel for business is price and/or proximity to your meeting, client, or event.
For Mexico City, the average price for a business hotel is $97/night. With prices starting as low as $10/night, you're bound to find something that works for you.
If you're concerned with proximity, we offer many great ways to help you make sure you're as close as possible. If you're on your desktop or laptop, the two easiest are probably by using either the Hotel Finder at the top of the page or the Mexico City map right below it.
If you use the Hotel Finder, just enter the address you'll be visiting and it will provide you with a list of the hotels near by. Then you can filter for all the features and amenities you're looking for. Make sure you find a room with free wifi, airport transfers, and a gym. Or don't. It's your room and only you know what you want. We're just here to make the process easier.
If you go with the map, you'll be able to get a much better visual on where each property actually is within Mexico City. Definitely look at this option if this is your first visit to Mexico City. Business trips tend to be hectic as it is - no need to waste time while you're there trying to figure out what's around you.
If you find yourself already in Mexico City, I suggest trying out our app. Searching becomes even easier since you can just tap a button to find all the business hotels "near me" in Mexico City. It's an awesome tool to use when you're on the move.
Finally, we highly recommend you use the reviews provided by our verified guests - fellow travellers that have actually stayed in the business hotels you're looking at in Mexico City to determine if the room you're considering is right for you (not only do we use our customer's hotel reviews, we also use Expedia's and TripAdvisor's!). To the right, our list of the Top 10 Trending Business Hotels in Mexico City should help narrow your search. If you're in a hurry, here's a quick overview of what our verified guests have rated as the best Mexico City business hotels for:
1. Cleanliness: Nima Local House Hotel
2. Service: Departamento Arizona
3. Comfort: The Wild Oscar
4. Condition: La Valise Hotel
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