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Mexico City Hotels

Mexico City is a multi-faceted destination where colonial architecture and old traditions coexist with all the trappings of the modern world. And as travelers from around the globe flock to Mexico year after year, they get to marvel in an outstanding selection of lodging opportunities.
Mexico City hotels are conveniently situated to suit every budget and need. Those located in Colonia Polanco, for instance, are ideal for business visitors while the ones in the Zona Rosa are great for the shopping enthusiast. 
Assuming that luxury tops your requirements when considering Mexico City hotels, the Marquis Reforma is perfect for you. It overlooks the iconic Chapultepec Park and it’s just one block away from the Reichmann Tower. It’s also within a short distance of the Museum of Anthropology and the National Palace. And like at most five stars Mexico City hotels, the Marquis        
Reforma boasts an award winning restaurant serving classic regional cuisine, a caviar bar and a small eatery where to delight in light snacks. All accommodations feature a stunning décor in addition to cable television, telephone, sewing kit, data ports, pay per view movies and plush bathrobes.    
Select the Sheraton in the historic center of town, another fabulous resort among the line up of Mexico City hotels that’s sure to please. It’s nestled amidst fantastic sites, within proximity of the Fine Arts Museum, the Metropolitan Cathedral and the dreamy shopping of Zona Rosa. The hotel’s amenities include a state of the art fitness center with the latest in cardio equipment, a complete business center, a marvelous wine bar and two restaurants that showcase the culinary talents of national chefs. All the rooms of the Sheraton exhibit an exquisite décor with lots of attention to detail and beautiful accessories that makes the difference to discerning visitors. Mexico City hotels deliver the best in extras and at the Sheraton you’ll be privy to high speed Internet, cable television, a coffee/tea maker, telephone with voice mail, alarm clock radio and individual climate control.      
The neighborhood of La Condesa displays a wide collection of newly built Mexico City hotels as well as landmark establishments. If in need of less expensive properties, the Hippodrome makes for an excellent pick. It’s housed in what used to be an Art Deco mansion back in the 1930s and hosts the same style design of that time. All of the fifteen bedrooms display a tasteful soothing décor and the opulence afforded by marble bathrooms. As a visitor of the Hippodrome, you’ll enjoy restful nights with “memory foam” beds and perks like a flat panel television and coffee maker. And on the premises you can savor the innovative signature dishes prepared by Chef Richard Sandoval.
Opt for the Condesa DF, another ideal choice in low budget Mexico City hotels. It’s well positioned in the Condesa neighborhood and just as delightful as others in the area. With its well-stocked library of books relating to the country’s history, it’s yet another great venue for starting your discovery of Mexico.

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