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Where to stay in Benito Juarez International Airport (MEX)

Benito Juarez International Airport (MEX) Hotels

Benito Jarez International Airport (MEX) - better known as Mexico City Airport - is the glitzy gateway to central Mexico, an electrifying hub of aviation activity that serves flights to and from over 100 destinations across the glove. The passenger terminals, bedecked with futuristic, glossy-white décor and quirky pockmarked ceiling patterns, burst with bustling retail activity. You can splurge at the fashion boutiques or refuel at the restaurants, before heading to nearby Mexico City.

Hotels in Benito Juarez International Airport (MEX)

Most of the hotels near Mexico City Airport offer affordable mid-range accommodation, where you can enjoy handy amenities like free WiFi and free guest parking. If you want to stay in regal style, there are also some luxurious high-end hotels which boast idyllic rooftop terraces and fine-dining restaurants.

Where to stay

Stay in Mexico City’s historic center and experience its captivating heritage. Some of the must-sees include the formidable sprawl of the National Palace, and the 16th century Metropolitan Cathedral. For upscale restaurants and designer boutiques, stay in the tranquil and affluent Polanco neighborhood. Bohemian travelers with a taste for museums and galleries should stay in the counter-cultural Coyoacan area.

How to get to Benito Juarez International Airport (MEX)

You can fly into Mexico City Airport from top destinations worldwide – it handles flights to and from cities like Los Angeles, New York, London, and Madrid. The airport serves plenty of domestic flights too, from places like Cancun and Guadalajara. Once there, hop on the Line 5 subway to the city center, or take a bus or authorized taxi. It’s a 20-minute drive to the center, and you can hire your own car onsite.

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