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Archivo de la categoría ‘Mexico City’

Luxury Hotels in Mexico City


 Four Seasons Hotel
Mexico City
’s best hotel; refined, modern, and business oriented with 240 large rooms. This is where you used to find Luciano Pavarotti and even the Rolling Stones. See and be seen at breakfast in the elegant garden courtyard. Paseo de la Reforma 500, Col. Juárez.


The first of the brand in Latin America blends in regional touches, from hammocks in the bathrooms to temazcal (Aztec sweat lodge) with shaman in its wonderful spa that occupies the whole fourth floor. Amazing views from the tubs in the Fantastic Suites, while the Whiskey Bar is a hub of chic socializing; 237 rooms. Pets allowed. Campos Eliseos 252, Col. Polanco.


JW Marriott
Grand, imposing lobby and beautiful city views. Free Wi-Fi in 299 spacious rooms, 13 suites, and elegant public areas. A stroll from the Anthropology Museum, Chapultepec Park, and the lure of Polanco shopping. Andrés Bello 29.

Budget Hotels in Mexico City


Casa González
Simple, centrally located guesthouse with a nice garden. Draws foreign budget travelers, university students, and groups of all ages. The 32 rooms are all unique and comfortable. Walking distance from the Zona Rosa, but tucked away from the hubbub. Rió Sena 69, Col. Cuauhtémoc, Mexico City.


Hostel Mundo Joven Catedral
The location right behind the towers of the Metropolitan Cathedral and within earshot of the thudding Conchero drums has backpackers and international guests clamoring for dorm rooms and suites with bath and small terrace. Single-sex and mixed floors, wireless Internet. República de Guatemala 4, Col. Centro, Mexico City.

Benito Juarez International Airport in Mexico City


Most travelers arrive to Mexico City by air, to the Benito Juárez International Airport , located in the eastern part of the city. There are frequent flights to and from most larger cities in the world, as Amsterdam, Buenos Aires, Sao Paulo, Santiago de Chile, London, Paris, Madrid, Frankfurt, Chicago, Toronto and Tokyo. Some of the international airlines that operate regular flights to Mexico City include (as of April 2007): Aerolineas Argentinas, Aeromexico, Air Canada, Air France, Alaska Airlines, American Airlines, Avianca, British Airways, Continental Airlines, Copa, Cubana de Aviacion, Delta, Iberia, Japan Airlines, KLM, LAN, Lloyd Aereo Boliviano (recently grounded), Lufthansa, Mexicana, Northwest, TACA, Varig, Ocean Air, United Airlines and US Airways. The airport has a plane spotting area. To reach it, take the subway and go to the Terminal Aerea station.

As of January 16, 2008, a new terminal, Terminal 2, opened at Benito Juarez. If you are flying in or out of the city check with your airline as to what terminal you should use for ticketing and check-in. Give yourself extra time to make your flight to avoid confusion.

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