21 Airbnbs In Mexico That’ll Sweep You Into Another Dimension
If you’re thinking of going on vacay to Mexico City any time soon, your lodging search is over. Instead of staying in overpriced hotels that lack the creature comforts of home, and the raw, non-corporate cultura of Mexico City, try Airbnbs in Mexico!
We’ve got options ranging from luxury penthouses to affordable garden studios, and every single one is highly rated by people who have stayed there before.
1. Live in luxury at a Polanco Penthouse.
Ever wanted to soak in your own private jacuzzi in an open terrace overlooking Mexico City? Well, now that you know it’s even an option, this Penthouse comes equipped with a private gym, designer everything, and proximity to all the best restaurants… for just $247 a night. That’s like a La Quinta Inn in San Francisco.
2. OR, live minimally in a 2-story Modern Loft.
For just $44 a night, you have a sun deck, roof garden, and gym alongside this adorable townhome. Plus, it’s just a block away from Bellas Artes Palace, and in the midst of boutiques and museums. Nos vamos already.
3. If you’re here for a view, try this penthouse out.
High ceilings and a panoramic living room looking over Chapultepec Park are all you need to feel like a king in Mexico City. Plus, this comes with a wooden deck terrace, and an optional cook, driver and tour guide, all for $299 a night.
4. Live in this 1930s Art Deco Duplex for a minute.
Located in the heart of historic downtown, “Casa Nuestra” was recently renovated to bring you the mix of old time charm and vintage furniture paired with contemporary design. And the view! All for $69 a night. Why do I live anywhere else?
5. Art lovers: Stay in the late David Alfaro Siqueiros’ old apartment.
Siqueiros was an important Mexican painter, and this once studio apartment has become a three bed, 3.5 bath fully serviced dream home. Right outside of Bosque de Chapultepec, you’ll be stunned by the massive mosaic tile wall art in the entrance as a tribute to the late artist.
6. Or go 100% white, clean, and central.
Want to paint your own experience of Mexico City? Try this restored 18th century colonial hacienda which is just walking distance from the historic downtown district. Plus, it’s only $109 a night.
7. Built in the ’20s, this 5 Star Airbnb screams “location, location, location”
The best part of Airbnb’ing? You can rent an entire house. It was recently restored by an artist and guests write that they spent the first hour of their stay in Mexico City just taking photos of every nook and cranny in this gem. You can too for $300 a night.
8. Then there’s Casa Dovela San Mateo.
I’m obsessed. This place is flooded with light, and artfully decorated with mid-century modern furniture, modern marble sinks, and even has an outdoor shower! Be stunned when you come home for just $139 a night.
9. I mean, just look at this place.
As you walk through this massive one bedroom, you’ll find stunning artwork leaning against the walls, a black and white tiled shower, and mid-century modern mixed with brutalist living room furniture. Host up to 4 guests here for just $115 a night.
10. This is just the reception to a $52 a night 2 bedroom/2 bathroom apartment.
The reception looks like a piece of abstract work itself, but as you step inside the apartment, you’ll find clean white walls, a farm table and plenty of ferns to keep you calm and relaxed. Located in the Historic Center, you can lounge on your private terrace and enjoy the city view for just $52 a night. I’m pinching myself.
11. Clean, bright Alameda Downtown Apartment for $55 a night.
You can really live big in a small way here. The design of this studio is just so that there feels like there’s both space and privacy when you visit with up to 3 guests.
12. Get yourself 2.4k square feet of modern Penthouse in the Condesa neighborhood.
It’s got sliding doors. It’s got hard wood floors. It’s got famous Mexican photography lining it’s pristine white walls. It’s got a long terrace filled with lavender, jasmine and ferns. It’s got… do I even need to keep going? It’s only $182 a night!
13. Five Star Boutique Studio Apartments actually exist at $59 a night.
Plus, this comes with a 24 hour gym, king sized bed, and 24 hr security service right in the middle of the Historic Center.
An entire five star review: “This is where you want to stay, period.”
14. Live in history: this building is 100 years old.
Reviewers loved that this was just a five minute walk to the Zocalo, a 24 hour taqueria and churreria. The best part of this Airbnb description is the “matrimonial bed” it comes with. I’m here for it.
15. If plants make you feel free, stay at this art condo.
They’ve got their indoor plant game on lock, and they’re right on the Rio de Janeiro park, which means art galleries and restaurants galore are only a block away. If you’re in Mexico city for peace, and wellness, you’ve found your new home.
16. Yes, you can have this for $57 p/night.
If you’d rather stay somewhere quiet, and travel to the bustle, this place is for you. It is complete with a private terrace, a shared terrace and a very cute design. Plus it’s mad cheap.
17. You can’t stay in the heart of Condesa without ceiling-high windows.
Overlooking a very trendy Amsterdam St (hint: it’s a very trendy part of Mexico City). It has a private terrace, two bedrooms, two baths and a modern kitchen. Four people can stay here for just $156 a night.
18. Lounge in the chic, artsy Roma Norte district.
Guys, there’s a telescope in there! Plus, this flat is in one of the best nightlife spots in town. Fun fact: Roma used to be a lake before colonizers turned it into rural land! #TheWorst
19. Stay central, clean and cozy in Colonia Cuahtémoc.
Just a block from the Anthropology, Modern art and Rufino Tamayo Museums, you also don’t need to leave this $151 a night Airbnb. In-unit washer-dryers, two private terraces, two bedrooms, and even a hammock for outdoor lounging make for the ideal vacation getaway.
20. Or budget this 19th Century House Garden Studio
Here’s the story: the owner, Pablo, built this studio 20 years ago from adobe, which make it quiet, and cool. It has very jungle-y vibes and is only $66 a night!
21. Whatever you do, enjoy Mexico City in your own style.
Personally, I’d like to stay in this award-winning contemporary, 3-story, 4 bedroom townhouse in the heart of Condesa. The furniture is artisan, and the roof is a private terrace. I probably would never want to leave.