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Howard Johnson Hotel Alameda Mexico City Star Rating 3        
Revillagigedo No. 23

Conveniently situated, Howard Johnson Hotel Alameda Mexico City allows for easy access to Mexico City's main tourist attractions. It also provides a 24-hour reception, a currency exchange and meeting rooms.Howard Johnson Hotel has 112 rooms, all of which are equipped with a variety of facilities to ensure an enjoyable stay.
Cityexpress Ciudad de Mexico Buenavista Star Rating 4        
Insurgentes Norte 226, Colonia Santa Maria la

Across the street from Buenavista metro station, this unassuming hotel along a bustling thoroughfare is 5 km from the National Museum of Anthropology and 7 km from Chapultepec Park.The low-key rooms come with complimentary Wi-Fi, cable TV and safes. Suites sleeping up to 4 people provide kitchenettes and living areas.
Palacio de Versalles Star Rating 1        
Palacio de Versalles Colonia Lomas Reforma

Palacio de Versalles offers a comfortable setting while in Mexico City. It also features a laundry service.Equipped to ensure a comfortable stay, apartments at the property offer a private bathroom, a flat-screen TV and a refrigerator.
Hotel Polanco Star Rating 3        
Edgar Allan Poe 8 Colonia Polanco

Hotel Polanco provides comfortable 3-star accommodation in Mexico City. It is situated a short walk from National Auditorium.Polanco Hotel provides comfortable accommodation, and is an ideal base for holiday makers or business travelers alike.
Grupo Kings Suites - Bosques De Duraznos 78 Star Rating 1        
Bosques de Duraznos 78.

Grupo Kings Suites - Bosques De Duraznos 78 is located in Mexico City and offers free Wi-Fi. It is ideally positioned for those wishing to visit local attractions.There are a range of facilities available to those staying at the property, including a tour desk, a laundry service and an airport shuttle.
Grupo Kings Suites - Suites Berna Star Rating 1.5        
Berna, 12

Located amongst a range of popular tourist attractions, boutiques and restaurants, Grupo Kings Suites - Suites Berna is ideal for those wishing to discover Mexico City and its surroundings. Guests can also enjoy free internet access throughout the property.There are a variety of facilities on offer to guests of Grupo Kings Suites -Suites Berna, including a tour desk, a concierge and a 24-hour reception.
Suites Tennyson Star Rating 3        
Tennyson 79 Col. Polanco

A short walk from Polanco Metro Station, Suites Tennyson by Residence L' Heritage has a convenient setting, making it an ideal base when visiting Mexico City. Those staying at the property can also take advantage of complimentary Wi-Fi access during their stay.The apartments at the property feature a refrigerator, a kitchenette and a desk.
Suites Aristoteles II Star Rating 1.5        
Aristoteles 225 Col. Polanco

Situated only a five-minute stroll from Polanco Metro Station, Suites Aristoteles II offers guests a convenient base when visiting Mexico City. The numerous facilities this charming hotel offers include a laundry service and laundry facilities.Aristoteles 225 has 26 design rooms offering all the essentials to ensure an enjoyable stay.
Live Aqua Bosques Mexico City Star Rating 4.5        
Avenida Paseo de los Tamarindos not. 98, Col.

Live Aqua Urban Resort Mexico is located in Mexico City and features free Wi-Fi. The multiple facilities this sophisticated hotel offers include valet parking, a laundry service and vip rooms.Live Aqua Urban Resort Mexico has 135 well-appointed rooms, each with a private bathroom.
Distrito Condesa        
Cholula 62

Located within walking distance of Metro Chilpancingo Station, this hip bed and breakfast is an ideal base for those wanting to explore Mexico City and its surrounds.Distrito Condesa has 5 rooms that are fitted with all the essentials to ensure a comfortable stay.Benito Juarez International Airport is a 20-minute drive from Distrito Condesa.
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Mexico City has a thrilling combination of European nostalgia, indigenous culture and a modern urban energy which makes it intoxicating. The sheer size of the city also has to impress; Mexico City has a population of over 22 million people, and is still growing. Set in a high, flat valley, the city is formed of 350 crowded neighbourhoods. El Zocalo is considered the heart of the city, and a multitude of green spaces and museums in the surrounding areas form the historical centre. The Gran Hotel Ciudad de Mexico is an old colonial building with excellent facilities and great service standards, and the reasonable prices make this a solid base for exploration of the city. The National Museum of Anthropology is one of the most extensive of its kind. The sheer number of significant historical artefacts could be overwhelming; except for the fantastic way it is presented. Many people consider this to be one of the best museums in the world, and a definite must on a trip to Mexico City.

Anyone with a particular interest in history should plan to spend an entire day here. English audio guides are available and recommended as not all of the signage has full English explanations. Museum entry on a Sunday is free, however that makes it more crowded than usual. While in Mexico City, you should also go and see the murals in Rivera, Orozco and Siqueiros. They are colourful and spirited and capture the history and psyche of not only the city, but the nation. If you go in the front door of 28 Argentina, you will find yourself in a beautiful courtyard with 3 stories of artful masterpieces dating back to the 1920s. This hidden treasure has no entry fee, although tours are available if you would like more information about these incredible murals.

For foodies, Mexico City has some exciting options. Aside from the thousands of taco stands that all serve up their own pieces of deliciousness, you can expect to find many restaurants filled to bursting with character and good food. One such place is Guapachosa, which is a hip and trendy joint with hand painted tables, pottery plates and other eclectic, colourful fittings. They serve up a daily variation of margarita which constantly proves popular. For a little bit more of a local shin-dig, head to Las Dualistas, which is a traditional working class cantina (bar).

Mexico City also has a vibrant night life, with contemporary sounds and freedom of expression through dance. Many parties are known to end long after the sun has come up. You will find a selection of 24hr cafes on 5 de Mayo. This cosmopolitan city is safer than ever, increasingly stylish and culturally switched on. Although deep-held family values such as family and religion still endure, there are also distinct shifts in social attitudes, for example around gender equality. Endless traffic, noise, dirt and chaos may not seem like fun to you, but don't be fooled; Mexico City is a diamond in the rough.