x The average starting price for a place to stay in Mexico City is £56 per night.
angelmarti Hi People I would recomend this place is very quiet and the people is very nice, the service is excellente is a great place for backpacker or people that doesn't have enough money to cover for a hotel. Hola Gente el Lugar esta bien accesible ya que esta ubicado en una zona centrica de la Ciudad muy cerca del Zocalo y ademas pueden accesar muy rapido al metro que solo cuesta 2 pesos el trayecto y el tren ligero = Se los recomiendo porque lo use como via de acceso para ir al Estadio Azteca.
Revillagigedo # 47, Corner with Victoria Street Colonia CentroExcellent 92%
sztermen When you arrive to Mexico city you can feel lost. Then you step in to a hidden small place and you grow quiet. This family home has a very warm atmosphere, the rooms are equipped with all conveniences. Virginie will give you every important advice. It is a great value
ladyarbela Casa Gonzalez is a great place to stay for a while, clean and wide rooms with heaters for cold nights, hot water and comfortable beds. Well and safe placed, has a good service and an interesting menu for breakfast, the Wi-Fi is not the best but it's usable, also they must buy a good bike to lend because the one they have isn't in the best shape. I loved a third floor room for myself with a view of trees and without annoying noise, which I may reconsider for another vacation.
rosebladep My stay at Hostel Cathedral was perfect. This is the best hostel I've ever stayed at during my seven years of traveling throughout Latin America. The whole place is clean and organized, offering just about everything you can imagine. Most impressive of all was the crew at Cathedral. Very open and amiable; I won't soon forget my five days spent in Mexico City.
richarddunlopvi Very small place, the people who work their are amazingly friendly, on one of the first nights I had altitude sickness and the woman working there went out of her way to make sure I was alright. The taps leak a bit and the keycards never seem to work but theres alwatys someone around to help, and otherwise there are very nice rooms. The only downside was the lack of people. I had wanted to meet people in Mexico City but I only saw 3 or4 other guests in the entire hostel during my 4 days there.
Cerrada de Londres # 7 Colonia Juarez (Between Sevilla Ave. & Toledo St.)Awesome 88%
5 de Febrero No. 53 & Regina Col. Centro HistoricoAwesome 87%
BigCityFan Calm, relaxed environment. Walking distance to Zona Rosa and Condesa. Easy access to all other areas of the city via the Metro system. Friendly staff. Definitely a lot to love about this place!
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