This hotel is an architectural gem and has been restored from an Art Nouveau department store -- just wait until you see the Tiffany-style roof to the atrium and the original wrought iron-work. Very comfortable rooms and lovely staff.
Traveller from London
Gran Hotel Ciudad De Mexico overlooks the Zócalo, the city's vast central square, making it a sightseer's dream. History …More
This hotel was nice in every way. There is a drinking water faucet in the bathroom which was most convenient. The business center has printers with paper but one has to ask at the front desk to have a computer activated. Staff was friendly and helpful. I made an error trying to set the code on the in room safe and ended up with it locked shut. We asked at the front desk if someone could open it. When we returned from sightseeing it was done. We hadn't put anything in the safe yet, but whoever worked on it found a Euro coin which was left sitting in clear view within the safe- not ours as we haven't been in the EU for years. I thought this said a lot about staff honesty. It is located a block and a half from Bellas Artes with all the historic center sites within walking distance. Juarez metro station is a few blocks away, which we used to visit the Freida and Trotsky museums in Coyoacan. Metrobus line 4 north route stops at Bellas Artes and can be used to go to and from TAPO bus terminal or the airport.
Traveller from San Pedro Cholula, Puebla, Mexico
Located in Downtown Mexico City, this hotel is within a 5-minute walk of Torre Latinoamericana, Palacio de Bellas Artes, and …More
"Right at the heart of Mexico DF and amazing views"
This was our base for a week long stay in Mexico City. It was comfortable good value and clean. The location is great because there is so much to see and do nearby. It was a little noisy as there were road works going on outside and the Mexican traffic police love to blow their whistles! But that added to the atmosphere in the end.
Restaurant food is well trying guacamole made to order by your table might sound like a bit of a gimmick but was very tasty.
Traveller from London
This family-friendly Mexico City hotel is located near the airport, within a 5-minute walk of Metropolitan Cathedral and …More
This was my time at this hotel; I was quite impressed at the spaciousness of the room and all its amenities. It was ideally situated near Juarez and Bellas Artes subway stations and very close to little China Town. Several other interesting places of interest are within easy walking distance ... Francisco Madero St., Sanborns, Zocalo, etc.
Traveller from London, Ontario
Located in Downtown Mexico City, this hotel is within a 5-minute walk of Museo Memoria y Tolerancia and Alameda Central …More
I stayed in Hotel Ritz in early February 2016. It is located in the heart of the historic center. The front door is right on Morelo Ave, which is a pedestrian-only street. It is a short walk to both the Zocolo and Alameda Park. The front desk staff were fantastic. It helps to speak some Spanish, as this is an authentic Mexican hotel in an authentic Mexican city of 22 million. The security is good, as is the lobby area. They even have their own taxi guy to take you to the airport. There are cheaper places to stay, but if you can afford it, this is a good value. Hotel Canada is another good spot. It has free breakfast, but good luck on getting a reservation there. Also, the currency exchange is a bit in flux in Mexico right now, so there can be a variation in the Expedia price and the hotel price. The reality is that Mexico is a very good value right now for travelers who enjoy Mexico. The subway costs 25 cents! The ride to and from the airport is about $15.
Located in Downtown Mexico City, this hotel is within a 5-minute walk of Banamex Cultural Palace Museum and Torre …More
Pocket Guide: Mexico City Downtown Mexico City Hotels
The Centro Historico is the cultural and retail center of Mexico City. In it you’ll find the Plaza de la Constitucion, or Zocalo, a bustling public square surrounded by historic buildings. One of these buildings is the Palacio Nacional, where murals by Diego Rivera are on display. Nearby is the excavation site of Templo Mayor, believed by the ancient Aztecs to be the center of the universe.