The Hippodrome Hotel is a Luxury Boutique Hotel in Mexico City, Mexico

The Hippodrome Hotel, Mexico City

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The Hippodrome Hotel, Mexico City. Luxury Boutique Hotel in Mexico City, Mexico

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The Hippodrome Hotel Overview

Just steps from Parque México in the famous and vibrant Condesa District, the 15 rooms Hippodrome boutique hotel is housed in a 1930s art deco building, with the interior remodeled to a contemporary fusion between Mexico's historic past and the new Mexico City. Original modern art complements stylish furniture, incorporating boutique charm and hip living. All rooms are designed warm and functional in browns and subdued colors with marble bathrooms. The rooms offer a cozy space to unwind and rest, with HD smart TV’s and entertainment system, 100% cotton 600-thread count sheets, synthetic and goose down pillows. Some of the rooms feature private patios and balconies overlooking the gorgeous colonial architecture of La Condesa. The hotel also features the Aida Restaurant, serving contemporary Mexican-fusion food, with a spacious terrace, private wine cellar and three bars - one exclusively focused on gin cocktails for hotel and VIP guests.

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The Hippodrome Hotel Location

Hippodrome Hotel is set in the famous Condesa District on a quiet side street just steps from Parque Mexico, which is surrounded by boutique shops, bistros, and bars. The hotel is located near the famous Zona Rosa and vibrant nightlife, a 10-minute drive from Chapultepec forest and museums, and a 25-minute drive from Mexico City International Airport. Also nearby are The Angel of Independence Monument and Monumento a los Ninos Heroes.

Address: Avenida Mexico, 188, - Mexico City, 06100 - The Hippodrome Hotel Mexico City Map

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The Hippodrome HotelRooms Info

Deluxe

Description: Warm and functional, the Deluxe Room offers a cozy space to unwind and rest, with marble bathrooms, HD smart TV and entertainment system, 100% cotton 600-thread count sheets, and our signature Hippodrome Queen-size bed made exclusively for our hotel

Occupancy: 2 Adults

Deluxe Superior

Description: Features a cozy space to unwind and rest, with marble bathrooms, HD smart TV’s and entertainment system, 100% cotton 600-thread count sheets, and our signature Hippodrome Queen-size bed made exclusively for our hotel.

Occupancy: 2 Adults

Executive Suite

Description: Features a cozy space to unwind and rest, with marble bathrooms, HD smart TV’s and entertainment system, 100% cotton 600-thread count sheets, and our signature Hippodrome King-size bed made especially for the hotel.

Occupancy: 2 Adults

The Hippodrome HotelAdditional Information

Spoken Languages by the staff
English, Spanish.
Accepted Credit Cards
MASTERCARD, VISA, AMEX
Check-in Time
3:00PM
Check-out Time
12:00
Year Built
1931
Year Renovated
2014
Floors
5
Elevators
1
Total Rooms
16

The Hippodrome Hotel Services & Amenities

  • Air Conditioning
  • Butler Service
  • 24h Frontdesk

The Hippodrome HotelRecreation and Entertainment

Nearby

  • Museum/Gallery Viewing
  • Night Clubs
  • Sightseeing Tours
  • Theatre

The Hippodrome HotelSafety Features

  • 24 Hour Security

The Hippodrome Hotel Location Map

The Hippodrome Hotel Location Map

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  • Mexico City (Airport - )

Mexico City

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.

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