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Choose from a number of first-class LGBT-friendly hotels in Mexico City, including the grand Hotel Geneve in lively Zona Rosa, the eco-friendly El Patio 77 in quaint San Rafael and the inviting Red Tree House in trendy Condesa.
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If you’d rather be closer to the Zona Rosa neighborhood, then it doesn’t really get better than the progressive Hotel Geneve, which was one of the first hotels in the city to allow lodging for unaccompanied single women (yes, really). Staying at this elegant spot, which is situated mere steps from Paseo de la Reforma, will put you within walking distance of the capital’s main sights. Hotel Geneve is a grand establishment that effortlessly combines a classically European architectural style and decor with all the up-to-date amenities required by the modern traveler.
Another Zona Rosa option is Hotel Suites Amberes, a five-star hotel with 28 exquisite suites that prides itself on absolute professionalism and top-quality service. It’s a stone’s throw from the best sights and sounds of Mexico City and handily located in the capital’s gay district, meaning you’re not far from all the excitement Mexico City has to offer. Plus, the hotel’s bar has more than 500 tequilas – what’s not to love?
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