Mexico City Airport Hotels
Benito Juárez International Airport: Capitan Carlos León S/N, Peñón de Los Baños, Venustiano Carranza, 15620 Ciudad de Mexico, D.F., Mexico
Welcome to Benito Juárez International Airport, also known as Mexico City Airport. With over 57 hotels near Mexico City Airport, we offer booking services for airport hotels in all star ratings, price ranges and distances from Benito Juárez International Airport. If you want the closest airport hotel, we recommend the NH T2 Aeropuerto Mexico located less than five blocks from the airport. Are you searching for a budget friendly airport hotel? Hotel Grand Prix is located 4 km from the Mexico City Airport. We offer great discounts on Mexico City Airport hotels, airport parking & hotel packages, and airport rental cars. Located just 6 km from downtown Mexico City, Benito Juárez International Airport offers a convenient way to get you where you need to go. Thanks for searching hotels near Mexico City Airport at Airport Hotel Guide.
Where To Stay
- Holiday Inn Mexico Dali AirportMexico is always a popular destination and there's no better way to enjoy than to stay in the Holiday Inn Mexico Dali Airport. You'll be pleased with the close access to the airport. Some amenities include free Wi-Fi, 24-hr airport shuttle, and a Jacuzzi. Book with Holiday Inn Mexico Dali Airport today! Let us help you book this and other Mexico City Airport hotels online today.
- Holiday Inn Mexico CoyoacanSituated one mile from the Benito Juarez International Airport is the Holiday Inn Mexico Coyoacan. The hotel provides great amenities including a fitness center and a restaurant on site. For business travelers, there is a business area, Wi-Fi Internet access throughout the hotel and meeting rooms with audio and visual equipment.
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About Benito Juárez International Airport
Benito Juárez International Airport (MEX) serves Greater Mexico City and offers dozens of international and domestic flights every day. Located approximately 5 miles, or 9 kilometers, east of downtown Mexico City, MEX is the second-busiest airport in Latin America, welcoming over 24 million passengers each year. Passengers flying from abroad will find the international section of Terminal 1 while domestic travelers are accommodated by the rest of Terminal 1. Its official name is Aeropuerto Internacional Benito Juárez, though most travelers call it Mexico City Airport. It is the main hub for Mexico's largest airline, Aeromexico, which is the only airline that flies to Asia from Mexico City.
Looking for a place to stay nearby? There are more than 57 hotels near Mexico City Airport, from budget-friendly to amenity-filled options. For trip-goers on a crunch, consider booking a room at the NHT2 Aeropuerto Mexico, situated less than 5 blocks from the airport. Another close alternative is Holiday Inn Mexico Dali Airport, where free Wi-Fi, 24-hour airport shuttle access and a Jacuzzi are all included. Only 1 mile from the airport lies Holiday Inn Mexico Coyoacan, which offers a fitness center and restaurant on site. For business travelers, there are meeting rooms with audio and visual equipment, a fitness center and on-site restaurant.
Welcome to Mexico City
A sprawling, bustling metropolis, Mexico City is a vibrant destination to visit. The capital of Mexico is one of the largest metropolitan areas in the world, with 16 boroughs, over 300 neighborhoods and a population of about 8.8 million. It may seem overwhelming at first, but most of the tourist attractions are concentrated in the historic center, such as the National Palace, Metropolitan Cathedral, Alemeda Park and many more. West of the historic center lies the Plaza de la Republica, home to the newly renovated Revolution Monument and the National Museum. Many visitors enjoy the artsy neighborhoods of Zona Rosa, Roma, Condesa, Coyoacan and San Angel, where cafes, parks and markets abound.
Wondering what to pack? Mexico City has a subtropical highland climate with warm summers reaching high temperatures of 90 degrees Fahrenheit and moderate winters with an average temperature of 60 degrees. May through August also bring in the most rainfall, the wettest month being July, so pack accordingly. To get around the capital, you're best bet is to take sitio taxis (official taxis registered to a specific hotel or locale) or rent a car. The Metro, though cheap, has been riddled with crime so many travelers tend to avoid it when possible. Keep an eye out for pickpockets in crowded public places.
Things to Do
Mexico City is dense with attractions. Kill several birds with one stone at Chapultepec Park, the largest park in Mexico City, that's home to several of the top draws including the Chapultepec Castle, the Modern Art Museum and the national Museum of Anthropology. Don't miss Templo Mayor archeological site that showcases the famous Pyramid of Huitzilopochtli. Of course, the UNESCO-listed Teotihuacan is a must-see, as it contains some of the largest pre-Columbian pyramids in the entire country. The University City campus boasts modern architecture and stunning murals from the country's best artists.
El Zocalo, officially called Plaza de la Constitucion, is the central public square. Art lovers head to the Palacio de Bellas Artes, hailed as the cultural mecca of Mexico City, as well as Frida Kahlo Museum, one of the most revered museums in the region. Museo Casa Luis Barragan is the home-turned-museum of the eminent Mexican architect. Swing by El Angel de la Independica to cross off a sight-seeing item. The trendy neighborhood of Polanco offers the top high-end restaurants.