Mexico City is a major destination for foodies, art lovers, and all-around culture junkies. But what if said foodies, art lovers, and all-around culture junkies have small ones in tow? Fret not: Oyster reporters stayed in hotels all over the capital, then compared and evaluated each one to determine which were best for vacationing families. See our expert picks!
Located inside a skyscraper, the St. Regis Mexico City provides epic views of Mexico City and its famous monument, Diana Cazadora, from floor-to-ceiling windows. It may be one of the best luxury hotels in Mexico City, but it caters to youngsters with a cute kids' club, easels, and indoor playground equipment, and older kids with Wii and movies. Babysitting services are provided for an additional cost. Cribs and rollaway beds can be set up in the rooms for free.
The colonial-style Four Seasons Mexico City is located on iconic Paseo de la Reforma, one of the widest and busiest streets in the capital. Each of the 240 guest rooms and suites were renovated in 2015, and look fresh and contemporary. On-site features -- including a sweets shop and courtyard swimming pool -- are some of the best in the city.
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Surprisingly, the Hampton Inn & Suites Mexico City was originally built over 200 years ago to cloister monks. Today, many of the original details such as the iron railings and mosaics on the building's facade have been maintained, and provide a major wow factor upon arrival. The three-pearl property is in the heart of the historical center, three blocks from the National Palace that hold Diego Rivera's famous murals. The 108 guest rooms are clean and spacious, though a bit dark. A free hot breakfast, free Wi-Fi, kids' room, available cribs, and easy walk to endless markets, restaurants, and shops make this chain hotel a spectacular value for tourists.
A historic hotel with museum-like displays might not scream "bring the kids," but some little ones might be enthralled by the fantastic, old-world opulence on display here. Hotel Geneve Ciudad de Mexico's public areas show numerous artifacts and photographs depicting Mexico's past. Rooms are done in classic English style, but they also have modern amenities such as flat-screen TVs and Wi-Fi. The upper-middle-range hotel is in the heart of the lively Zona Rosa neighborhood within walking distance of numerous attraction, such as Ripley's Believe It Or Not and the Wax Museum.