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The Best Hostels for Solo Travelers in Mexico City

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Updated: 21 November 2017
The sprawling Mexican capital can be a daunting place for the solo tourist. But just because you’re traveling alone doesn’t mean you can’t thoroughly enjoy your stay. Bear in mind that accommodation is crucial to your enjoyment of the trip, and check out this list of the best hostels to meet traveling buddies in Mexico City.

Casa San Ildefonso

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Casa San Ildefonso

Set in a gorgeous 19th-century house, the Casa San Ildefonso offers bright, airy rooms and a very welcoming atmosphere. The hostel is located just across the road from the Museo San Ildefonso, which boasts an impressive collection of murals by iconic artists such as Diego Rivera and David Alfaro Siqueiros. Choose either a private or a shared room and enjoy mingling with fellow guests in this homely yet elegant accommodation.

Casa San Ildefonso, Calle San Ildefonso 38, Cuauhtémoc, Centro, Mexico City, Mexico +52 55 2616 1657

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Hostal Regina

Just steps from the cathedral, Hostal Regina offers an excellent hostel experience at budget prices. From the moment you step inside the building, you realize you are somewhere special. The walls of the hostels are brightly decorated with murals and artwork painted by local artists. With more than 100 beds and a fun, welcoming atmosphere, the hostel has established a solid reputation as a party hub. There are several cantinas and bars in the local area and a third-floor bar for guests looking to share travel stories.

Hostal Centro Histórico Regina Calle 5 de Febrero 53, Centro Histórico, Centro, Mexico City, Mexico +52 55 5709 4192

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Hostal Cuija Coyoacán

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Hostal Cuija Coyoacán

A little further out than the other options on the list, Hostal Cuija Coyoacán is a great place for people interested in staying in Coyoacán, one of Mexico City’s most charming colonial neighborhoods. This artsy district is associated with Mexico’s most iconic bohemian couple, Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera, and the hostel is just a stone’s throw from Frida Kahlo’s Casa Azul. Hostal Cuija boasts a beautiful rooftop patio and has a real home-away-from-home feel.

Hostal Cuija Coyoacán, Berlín 268, Coyoacán, Del Carmen, Mexico City, Mexico +52 55 5659 9310

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PuntoDF

Another alternative for bohemian travelers is PuntoDF, which offers trendy, budget accommodation in the eastern portion of the city. Although this hostel is a little out of the way for the regular tourist, solo travelers may want to consider it as an option, especially if they are coming to Mexico City specifically for the art. As well as offering elegant, creative accommodation at budget prices, the hostel is itself an artistic cultural hub. Every year, PuntoDF hosts between two and four artistic residences, making it a major driving force behind original performance art projects and socially conscious art.

PuntoDF, Oriente 166 # 237, Moctezuma 2da Sección, Moctezuma 2da Secc, Mexico City, Mexico +52 55 5784 3602

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CDMX Hostel Art Gallery

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CDMX Hostel Art Gallery

Solo travelers will love the CDMX Hostel Art Gallery, one of the most original and friendliest hostels in the city. Stylishly decorated with works produced by emerging national and international artists, the hostel has friendly, helpful staff and a great atmosphere for solo travelers. Guests can play the guitar or piano in the hostel’s music room or sit back and enjoy the Black Buddha, an elegant speakeasy with an extensive range of mezcals.

CDMX Hostel Art Gallery, Paseo de la Reforma 169, Col. Renacimiento, Mexico City, Mexico +52 55 6650 6100

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Anys Hostal

Just off Chapultepec Avenue, one of the capital’s most emblematic streets, Anys Hostel offers a range of comfortable and spacious rooms at budget prices. The hostel ticks all the boxes when it comes to amenities, offering free wi-fi throughout the building, great showers and a delicious breakfast. Staff are very welcoming and solo travelers can mix with other guests at the onsite restaurant. A cozy and comforting option in a great location.

Anys Hostal, Calle Puebla 263, Roma Norte, Mexico City, Mexico +52 55 5208 9297

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