Located in Zona Rosa, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of The Angel of Independence Monument and U.S. Embassy. Biblioteca Benjamin Franklin and Cuauhtemoc ...
Located in Zona Rosa, this eco-friendly hotel is steps away from The Angel of Independence Monument and U.S. Embassy. Cuauhtemoc Monument and Biblioteca Benjamin ...
Located in Zona Rosa, this spa hotel is within a 10-minute walk of The Angel of Independence Monument and U.S. Embassy. Biblioteca Benjamin Franklin and Cuauhtemoc ...
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As one of the busiest, bustling and tourist-friendly neighbourhoods in Mexico City, it is no surprise that Zona Rosa has a wide range of accommodation to choose from. Hotels in Zona Rosa run from five-star luxury hotels to three- and four-star mid-range hotels to budget-friendly hotels, hostels and guesthouses.
Whether you are looking for a boutique hotel with a pool or a stylish independent hotel, you are sure to find the perfect place to stay in Zona Rosa.
Zona Rosa is built around shopping, nightlife and tourism. Alongside well-known brands, many along Passeo de la Reforma, Zona Rosa also has some quirky corners, including the Mercado Insurgentres and an antiques mall on Londre.
The Passeo de la Reforma is Mexico City’s principle boulevard and home to some of Zona Rosa’s most impressive sights, such as the Angel of Independence monument.
One of the best things to do in Zona Rosa is simply to walk and soak up the atmosphere. Check out the pedestrian street of Genoa or the colourful Sunday market at Jardin del Arte.
Don’t miss the Torre Mayor, a skyscraper that is one of the landmarks of Mexico City, as well as the beautiful Fuente de la Diana Cazadora fountain.
The streets of Zona Rosa have long been the place to drink and dance into the night, so expect a good choice of bars and nightclubs. Zona Rosa has also traditionally been the home of Mexico City’s gay nightlife scene, especially along Amberes.
Another area worth exploring is Col. Juarez, where you can relax in bohemian bars or dance the night away in electronica clubs. If all that dancing makes you hungry, head for the fast food chains and upscale restaurants on almost every corner in the Zona Rosa.
With its combination of sightseeing attractions, nightlife and entertainment, and a range of hotels to choose from, Zona Rosa is one of the best places to stay in Mexico City.