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Boutique hotels in Mexico City, Mexico

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Luxury & Boutique Hotels in Mexico City

The Busué Hotel is an 11 rooms boutique hotel that combines a classic style with a contemporary-chic twist and cutting edge technology. A “Boutique Experience Hotel” with unique service focused on details and memorable experiences to their guests, offering a home-like space surrounded by the picturesque streets of the Polanco district.

11 Rooms

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Just steps from Parque México in the vibrant Condesa District, the luxury Hippodrome boutique hotel is housed in a 1930s art deco building where original modern art complements stylish furniture. All 15 rooms are designed warm and functional with all amenities and state-of-the-art technology the modern traveler has come to expect. The hotel also features the Aida Restaurant, with a spacious terrace, private wine cellar and three bars.

16 Rooms - City Hotel - Classic - Small - Cultural Destination - Shopping - Sightseeing

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Mexico City, Mexico

Mexico City, Mexico The sight of century old marvels, towering top-notch skyscrapers, and regal mansions acquaint each other to form this ever-traditional, yet ever-changing city. As the third-largest metropolis in the world it is the globe’s hot-spot for Latin food and culture. There are quite a few excellent boutique hotels in Mexico City ,among which the boutique hotel de Cortes.The clamor and glamour of the city includes skillfully choreographed street orchestras performed with recycled trash alongside the beauty of the floating gardens of Xochimilco. An experience of the city would not be complete without a visit to the Museo Nacional de Antropología, where the Aztec Calendar Stone is held, and a shopping session at Zona Rosa.