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A five-minute walk from the Zócalo, you’ll find our City Centro Ciudad de México hotel, located at República de Uruguay 45. Here you don’t just visit great nearby museums, such as Palacio de Bellas Artes or MUNAL, but also beautiful buildings and plazas; the Torre Latinoamericana and the Alameda Central are clear examples of this.
City Centro Ciudad de México is a hotel that blends the gothic style architecture of a building from the Porfirian era, with an avant-garde and unique design that will fulfill all your lifestyle expectations.
With all the sanitary measures implemented in this hotel, City Centro Ciudad de México offers a personalized service that recognizes and attends to the needs of each guest, with a la carte breakfast, complimentary Wi-Fi, business center and transportation included under availability and previous reservation.
Bicycle service is also available for the adventurous who wish to explore the streets of the historic center.
The historic center of Mexico City is the largest and most important city in Latin America, which is considered a World Heritage Site and where you’ll find much of Mexico's history.
- Zócalo. It’s located in the heart of Mexico City, it’s surrounded by beautiful architecture. It’s a key element in the history of the city, hosting important cultural and social events.
- Palacio Nacional. Explore centuries of Mexico's history and marvel at the fascinating collection of Diego Rivera's murals.
- Catedral. It’s more than 400 years old and it’s a spectacular symbol of colonial architecture and Roman Catholic history in the Americas.
- Templo Mayor. Here you can see the historical vestiges of an Aztec city buried for more than 400 years.
- Alameda Central. This charming park is an excellent place to enjoy a moment of relaxation while resting between tourist stops.
- Palacio de Bellas Artes. This museum, artistic and historic, with its Art Nouveau architecture and murals, hosts ballet, opera and classical music performances.
- Torre Latinoamericana. Built in 1956, it was considered at the time the tallest building in Latin America. Its public observation deck, located on the 44th floor, offers people the best view of the city.
- MUNAL. This museum houses the largest collection of art produced in Mexico, from the second half of the sixteenth century to the first half of the twentieth century.
- Centro Joyero. It’s a shopping center located on Madero Street, where more than 120 jewelry artisans that work with gold, silver and precious stones are concentrated.
Book your room at City Centro Ciudad de México hotel and enjoy a stroll through museums, recreational activities and relax at City Express Hotels.
City Centro Breakfast
- À la carte breakfast service available at Terraza Centro Restaurant from 07:00 to 12:00 hrs.