Best Mexico City holiday apartments
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Popular accommodations in Mexico City
Presidente InterContinental Mexico City, an IHG hotelSet in the Polanco district, a cultural, business and shopping area of Mexico City, this hotel is minutes from the National Museum of Anthropology and features 6 on-site restaurants.Book now
The St Regis Mexico CityFeaturing an ideal location on the famous Paseo de la Reforma Boulevard, only moments from area attractions, this luxurious and sophisticated hotel offers first-class accommodations along with on-site spa services, and the iconic St. Regis butler service.Book now
Hotel CatedralIdeally situated in the Mexico City Historic Centre district of Mexico City, Hotel Catedral is situated 700 metres from National Palace Mexico, 240 m from Metropolitan Cathedral of Mexico City and a 5-minute walk from Zocalo Square. Among the facilities of this property are a restaurant, a 24-hour front desk and room service, along with free WiFi throughout the property. The hotel has family rooms.Book now
Mexico City is one of the world’s largest metropolitan regions, with more than 20 million people living here. Mexico City, as it is also called, is not only a conurbation for industry, economy and traffic, but also a center for art and culture. Every year, guests from all over the world book apartments in Mexico City to experience the pulsating life and explore great sights and historical monuments. Instead of couchsurfing in Mexico City you are looking for an accommodation where you can enjoy your personal freedom and from where you can start your adventure? Then have a look around with us. Mexico City has an extension of about 1.500km², so it is not surprising that the offer of accommodation is huge. How about an Apartment in Bellavista or a private holiday apartment in Barrio San Antonio??
Your apartment in Mexico City, the vibrant Central American metropolis
Mexico City is also very popular with German guests as a travel destination; the airlines respond with fast connections that sometimes even take you non-stop to your destination. You can easily get to your apartment in Mexico City by public transport such as trolley buses, the subway or a taxi. The metropolis, founded by nomads around 1325, is full of sights, so you should reserve plenty of time for your travel agenda. Over the centuries, many breathtaking buildings have been built, such as the “Palacio de Bellas Artes” or the cathedral in the historic center of the city. Here are also the National Palace from 1792 and the City Palace, which was already built in 1720. If you are an art lover, you must also visit the house of the artist Frida Kahlo, which has been transformed into a museum and presents her paintings and personal objects. A great collection of Mexican exhibits can be found in the Museo Nacional de Arte.
From a private holiday home in Mexico City to a lively city centre
Music and dance are characteristic of the Mexican metropolis. Every day, countless concerts of different genres take place here, and you will certainly find them difficult. However, you should also take your time to go to the Plaza Garibaldi, where the Mariachi groups meet evening after evening to make music: an impressive spectacle for eyes and ears. If you want to explore the surrounding area from your private holiday apartment in Mexico City, take a trip to Mount Tepeyac, because from here you not only have a magnificent view, but you can also visit the most important Mexican shrine, the “Basilica de Nuestra Senora Guadalupe”: This Basilica is visited year after year by millions of pilgrims from all over the world. Would you like to combine your stay in the city with a beach holiday? What do you think of our Apartments in Acapulco? Mexico borders in the north on the US states of California, Arizona, New Mexico and Texas. So if you want to get to know American cities on your round trip, you can now book Apartments in San Diego or Dallas with us.
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