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Accommodation and tourist seasons in Mexico.

You will find all categories of hotels in Mexico, the budget hotel at 5 star luxury, through the charming hotel set in a beautiful colonial house. Some very cheap hotels offer rooms without private bathroom but with showers. In the category above, we find in the city center plenty of cheap hotels in average prices. No luxury but comfortable enough, even with the charm for some. To book a hotel in Mexico City the easiest thing to go through internet hotel booking sites are ideal for comparing offers and sort according to its budget. Additionally, specials are not rare, glancing regularly, it is common to come across a good deal.

Which hotel at what price? The budget accommodation in Mexico City.

A room with air conditioning will cost you more than if you just a fan. Also note that hotels have often rooms with three or four beds, which is very convenient when traveling with others, with family or friends. The posh hotels reach international standards, their prices are not necessarily prohibitive for rooms with 4 or more people. As a general rule it is more advantageous to choose a higher quality hotel than a hotel midrange, prices are generally affordable for a European and a few pesos more you will get a much better value. More and you take it early and spending time searching for deals on the internet you will be sure to make a good deal.

Where to stay? The Mexico City neighborhoods.

-The historic center of Mexico City. The historic city center is concentrated around the Zócalo. Zocalo is the largest square in Latin America and the third in the world after the Red Square in Moscow and Tiananmen Square in Beijing. You can see in the old center of many colonial landmarks and the famous Aztec Templo Mayor and the Metropolitan Cathedral, the largest in Latin America. You will find in the historical center of many hostels and small cheap hotels. -The district of Xochimilco. Xochimilco is an extensive system of waterways through pretty gardens, boat tours are possible. Some are accompanied by Mariachi, others are floating bars and others are just to carry you. -The district of Coyoacan. The Coyoacan neighborhood is located in the southwest of the city, home to the against culture is here including Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera lived a few streets of Leon Trotsky (their homes are now the Frida Kahlo Museum and Leon Trotsky Museum), it is a nice and quiet residential neighborhood filled with small cafes and bohemian and students usually meet. -The Tlapan neighborhood in Mexico City. Tlalpan is the largest district of Mexico City. It is also the district's highest town. Tlalpan is a little place to visit by tourists and yet it's a nice place, with beautiful examples of colonial architecture, cobblestone streets and numerous trees. -The district of Zona Rosa. La Zona Rosa is one of the main business districts of the city but it is also an area famous for its nightlife and its predominantly gay population, it is full of hotels, restaurants, bars, clubs and live bands. This really is the neighborhood that never sleeps For backpackers who wish to stay in the Zona Rossa, there is an official youth hostel at Cerrada de Hamburgo, otherwise there are many midrange hotels. -The Santa Fe district. Santa Fe is located west of Mexico City, the most recent quarter and most modern of the city, he springs up over the last twenty years, its ultra modern architecture produces a strong contrast with the other districts Mexico. This is an area worth a look, but being only a business district, there is not much to do, and the nightlife is nonexistent.

Some dream hotels in Mexico City.

-Four Seasons Mexico City, Paseo de la Reforma. This hotel is in a historic setting, built in a square around a large outdoor courtyard or pushing a tropical garden with a fountain, sculptures, a cafe and a restaurant. $ 300 a night. -JW Marriott Hotel Mexico City Andres Bello. Located in the trendy Polanco neighborhood, with excellent shops and restaurants within walking distance, the JW Marriott offers luxurious and comfortable rooms. $ 230 per night.  -Hotel Nikko Campos Eliseos. This luxury hotel has one of the best Japanese restaurants in town. From $ 200 a night. -President Intercontinental Mexico City, Campos Eliseos. Great ultra-modern hotel over 42 floors. From $ 250 per night. -Hotel W Mexico City Campos Eliseos. modern stylish design. From $ 310 per night. -The St. Regis Mexico City, Paseo de la Reforma. luxury hotel set atop a 31-storey tower overlooking the Paseo de la Reforma, in the heart of the city. -Hotel Camino Real Polanco Mexico Mariano Escobedo. Superb hotel located in the financial and commercial district of Mexico City. -Hotel Habita, Presidente Masaryk. contemporary luxury hotel, ideally located in the upscale Polanco neighborhood. From $ 250.

Sleep cheap in Mexico: hostels, youth hostels, campsites

Side accommodation, there are many hostels for backpackers in Mexico, official or not, count between 10 and 15 euros a night. Public transportation is very cheap and there are plenty of places to eat at affordable prices. A daily backpacker budget for transportation and meals is between 10 and 15 euros. The inns are called hostel or hostel. They are generally modern and well equipped. Some addresses: -Auberge of Mexico Republica de Brasil (Catedral Metropolitana, Metro Allende and Zócalo) Conveniently located near the Zocalo in the historical center. Breakfast included, internet, laundry, lockers. Dormitory from 140 pesos, Private 250 pesos. -Virreyes Hotel, Calle José María Izazaga (metro Salto del Agua) This hotel offers excellent private rooms and well-appointed dormitories. Breakfast is not included in the price. Dormitory 180 pesos, double chamber double 370 pesos. -Hotel Habana Rep De Cuba, Distrito Federal. This hotel in Calle República de Cuba has well-appointed rooms for low rates. -Hotel Rio de Janeiro, Brasil From Rep near Zocalo. Room for 70 pesos, 90 pesos for a double room, really cheap then, but basic.

What alternative to hotels in Mexico City?

In Mexico there are also small pensions that can be housed cheaply. And also consider renting an apartment. A number of the apartment rental is an economical solution. Big advantage of the apartment: autonomy which you enjoy during the stay. With a kitchenette, need to eat out systematically, perfect if you are traveling on a shoestring.