The Best LGBTQ-Friendly Hotels in Mexico City

Hotel Marquis Reforma is a five-star offering set in an art deco-inspired glass and concrete building
Hotel Marquis Reforma is a five-star offering set in an art deco-inspired glass and concrete building | Courtesy of Hotel Marquis Reforma / Booking.com

As the largest city in Mexico and the first part of the country to legalize same-sex marriage, Mexico City is a popular destination for LGBTQ travelers. From chic hotels near the Zona Rosa gay district to ecofriendly retreats away from the heart of the capital, these places to stay in Mexico City offer travelers a range of options – bookable on Culture Trip.

As well as a vast metropolis, Mexico City is also a cosmopolitan urban center. It has long been at the forefront of gay and lesbian rights in Mexico – the first pride march in the country was held here in 1979 – and it’s a great place for finding a wide variety of LGBTQ-friendly hotels. From relaxed guest houses to sharp establishments that look like they’re straight out of a glossy magazine, there’s something for everyone in Mexico City.

Hotel Marquis Reforma

Boutique Hotel, Hotel
4.5/5 (944 Reviews)
Hotel Marquis Reforma
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Now from $123 per night

Set in a castle-like, art deco-inspired glass and concrete building, this five-star hotel is just over half a mile (1km) from Chapultepec Castle. Sophisticated rooms and suites veer from subtle greys and golds to stripes and hot orange accents. Upgrade for the chance to relax in a whirlpool tub. Three restaurants serve food from all over the world, including Mexican fare, while the enormous spa includes an adults-only indoor pool. It’s also super-close to Chapultepec Park, a vast expanse of urban greenery.

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Hotel Villa Condesa

Hotel, Villa
4.6/5 (402 Reviews)
Hotel Villa Condesa
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Cocoa brown- or white-walled rooms and pretty furniture create a homely but chic look at this relaxed boutique base in the bohemian La Condesa neighborhood, a 10-minute walk from the wide avenue Paseo de la Reforma and just south of the most popular gay district in the city, the Zona Rosa. Inviting terraces, alive with nail-polish pink bougainvillea and beautifully built wooden walkways add to the charm, creating sweet spots for a coffee or a glass of malbec. Dine on fusion cuisine at the in-house restaurant.
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Brick Hotel

Boutique Hotel
4.7/5 (11 Reviews)
Brick Hotel
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Price Drop
Now from $241 per night

A chic cream- painted brick facade (brought all the way from England in the early 20th century) hints at the stylish interior of this boutique hotel in the hipster Roma neighborhood – although you’ll struggle to leave your room, with its soothing palette of blonde parquet floors, generous beds with crisp white sheets and walls painted soothing tones of grey, cream and taupe. Suites feature claw-foot baths and private balconies. Bag the rooftop suite for a hot tub and sunlounger. The shaded roof terrace surrounded by lush greenery is the perfect spot for an afternoon aperitivo before dining on modern Mexican cuisine at the Brick Restaurant.

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  • Organico Hotel Boutique

    Boutique Hotel
    3.6/5 (16 Reviews)
    Organico Hotel Boutique
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    A one-hour drive from the hustle of the city, surrounded by well-tended rolling gardens leading to woods, this ecofriendly boutique hotel is made up of nine rustic-chic cabins with fireplaces, living rooms and terraces with garden views. Jet-lagged? In-room massages are available, even though there’s a spa too, and if you feel full of life, there are outdoorsy activities such as horse riding. Admire those views you’ll never tire of through the floor-to-ceiling windows as you eat your healthy organic scrambled eggs with green mole sauce, which has a nutty flavor and contains pumpkin seeds.

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    The Wild Oscar

    Hotel
    4.7/5 (208 Reviews)
    The Wild Oscar
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    Price Drop
    Now from $206 per night

    This super-chic hotel blends herringbone floors with dark marble and humorous touches in the form of modern art. Its private rooms in the Polanco neighborhood, east of the Zona Rosa, feature minibars with gourmet products, although there’s also an on-site bar-restaurant. The suites offer a French-style bathtub, a kitchenette and a living and dining area. Borrow bicycles free of charge and cycle the 1.3mi (2km) to Paseo de la Reforma, exploring your tree-lined surroundings as you go. Just watch out for the potholes – and some of the drivers.

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    Hotel Casa Gonzalez

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    Hotel Casa Gonzalez
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    This cozy, family-run guest house charms with its traditional decor and welcoming, laid-back ambiance. The hotel is made up of four properties built in the 1930s and 1940s and set around lush patios and gardens in the Cuauhtémoc neighborhood, close to the bustling avenue Paseo de la Reforma. Sociable mealtimes at communal tables mean chances to practice your Spanish or compare sightseeing notes with fellow tourists. The hotel has the feel of a home away from home, and prides itself on its friendly staff.

    Agata Hotel Boutique and Spa

    Boutique Hotel, Spa Hotel
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    Agata Hotel Boutique and Spa
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    Frida Kahlo fans will love that it’s only a 1,300ft (400m) stroll to the bright-blue Museo Frida Kahlo from this modern hotel in the heart of historic Coyoacán. Also on offer are mineral-inspired rooms (based on agate, amber, amethyst and aventurine) blessed with deep free-standing tubs and warm wooden flooring. Cute hanging pods on the patio offer relaxation, as does the stone-clad spa serving up facials and massages. Cooking lessons mean learning how to whizz up a Mexican breakfast, and if you forgot your book they’ll even lend you a Kindle.

    This is an updated version of an article originally by Lauren Cocking.

    These recommendations were updated on July 29, 2021 to keep your travel plans fresh.

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