It’s an aesthete’s delight to book a hotel in Mexico City, a cosmopolitan capital known for its outstanding design and architecture. The options are vast, from minimalist respites and renovated mansions in the convivial Condesa and Roma Norte boroughs to upscale boutique hotels in Polanco, one of the city’s poshest districts. Then there’s the jacaranda-lined Paseo de la Reforma avenue, a bustling thoroughfare with some of the top names in hospitality, from Sofitel to Four Seasons. And don’t miss Centro Historico, where a night’s rest could mean sleeping in style at a restored 17th-century manor turned hotel. No matter which you choose, expect to find top-notch service at your home away from home in this vibrant megalopolis.
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