Mexico City is the epicenter of the country and its hotels are naturally sophisticated and handsomely designed. The Federal District is not just the political capital of Mexico: CDMX as it is now known is also the cultural center, the entertainment capital, the gastronomic leader, and the home of Mexico's business headquarters.
If you're trying to figure out where to stay in Mexico City, the choices for luxury travelers are much more varied than they used to be. When we first launched Luxury Latin America, we only featured five hotels in Mexico's capital and honestly, even that was a stretch. Since then, a lot of new properties have opened, from luxury high-rises like the St. Regis on Paseo de la Reforma to the upscale boutique hotel Las Alcobas with two great restaurants. More have launched outside the traditional hotel zones too, from the historic center near the Zocalo to neighborhoods like San Angel.
Competition is now stiff among the top luxury hotels in this city and standards are high, especially at the true 5-star hotels. A great number of city hotels appeal to business travelers though and many of these are large and impersonal. We have walked through the halls of more than 40 of them to weed out the average and present to you the very best of the best hotels in terms of style, facilities, and service. Whether you are looking for an artsy boutique hotel, the best Polanco Mexico City hotels, or a humming high–end fortress for CEOs, our detailed reviews will point you in the right direction. Here are the best luxury hotels in Mexico City, with the neighborhood where they are located.
Hotel Busue — Polanco
Hotel Carlota — Cuauhtemoc
Downtown Mexico — Historic Center
Four Seasons Mexico— Paseo de la Reforma
Habita Hotel — Polanco
Las Alcobas Hotel — Polanco
JW Marriott Mexico City — Polanco
St. Regis Hotel — Paseo de la Reforma
Stara Hamburgo — Colonia Juárez
Stara San Angel Inn — San Angel
W Mexico City — Polanco