Plush Polanco accommodation doesn’t get better than Las Alcobas, and foodies shouldn’t pass up the chance to stay at this exquisite establishment (that’s among the best in the city). Aside from the fact that the hotel itself is fantastic, it also plays host to a selection of the city’s top restaurants, including Anatol, the restaurant which prides itself on using seasonal produce on its rotating menu created by head chefs Justin Ermini and Mayra Victoria, as well as the famed Dulce Patria, which serves Mexican dishes with a twist.
Las Alcobas, Presidente Masaryk 390, Polanco, Ciudad de México, México, +52 55 3300 3900
Right in the heart of Mexico City’s historic centre is the aptly named Downtown Mexico, another of the top hotel options for travellers in the capital. However, we especially recommend it for foodies, not just because you’re smack bang in the middle of the culinary hub that is Mexico City, but because the building is also home to the brainchild restaurant of top chef Ricardo Muñoz Zurita, Azul Histórico. Situated on the ground floor, here you’ll find gourmet takes on Mexican staples.
For farm-to-table dining fans, there’s nowhere better to stay than the Westin Santa Fe, which boasts the recently opened restaurant Market Kitchen. Each dish is created from local produce that is all seasonal and fresh, which means that from spring to winter, you can expect radically different, but equally delicious, options. Whether you enjoy cheese and cold cuts, or fancy cocktails and coffee, Market Kitchen can cater to every taste. Overall, even though Westin Santa Fe is a little out of the central Mexico City drag, it’s well worth checking out.