Where to stay for the 2020 Mexico Grand Prix

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The best places to stay for the 2020 Mexico City Grand Prix on October 30 to November 1.

Since  Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez is so close to the center of Mexico City, the best place to stay is in the vibrant heart of the city, where you will find a massive range of accommodation from budget B&Bs and apartments to luxury chain hotels. Mexico City has over 300 neighborhoods to choose from, but we recommend sticking around the Centro Historico where plenty of accommodation is available in a largely safe and culturally fascinating area of the city. The Roma and Condesa zones are known for being laid back and fashionable, whilst the Polanco and Zona Rosa districts are more upmarket.

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Stay with F1 Experiences at the 2020 Mexican Grand Prix

Official Ticket Packages from F1 Experiences for the 2020 Mexican Grand Prix include select grandstands and VIP hospitality in the Champions Club and Formula 1 Paddock Club. Additional exclusive benefits include a Drive the Track Tour, Exclusive Pit Lane Walk and meet-and-greets with current or legendary F1 drivers!  You can also add a 3-4 night stay at one of the following hotels to your package with the option of adding daily  transfers to and from the circuit: Hotel Carlota, Sofitel Mexico City Reforma or InterContinental Presidente Mexico City


Entre Barrios Hospederia

  • Located between trendy Roma and Condesa districts
  • Safety deposit boxes, luggage store, shared kitchen facilities and terrace
  • Standard twin room with shared bathroom $40 per night, including breakfast

Hotel Plaza Revolución

  • Within walking distance of the best sites in Centro Histórico
  • Beautifully renovated old building
  • Queen room with breakfast for $55 per night

Mex Suites Casa Azúl B&B

  • Colonial style bed & breakfast accommodation
  • 750 meters from metro station
  • Mini suite with double bed for $60 per night


Casa Jacinta Guest House

  • 550 yards from Frida Kahlo House Museum
  • Tastefully decorated, colonial style townhouse
  • Coffee machine and flat screen TV in room
  • Deluxe king room with breakfast from $90 per night

Casa Corp Boutique Suite in Condesa

  • Design led, stylish accommodation in trendy Condesa district
  • Self-catering apartment with kitchenette & seating area
  • Suite with double bedroom for $120 per night

Hotel Histórico Central

  • Stunning colonial-style hotel
  • 5 minutes’ walk from cultural attractions Palacio de Iturbide Museum and Torre Latino
  • Double bedroom with balcony from $165 per night, including breakfast


Hotel Marquis Reforma

  • Spa hotel situated on Mexico City’s fashionable Paseo de la Reforma
  • On site bars and restaurants
  • Executive double room for $295 per night, including breakfast

InterContinental Presidente Mexico City

  • Set in the fashionable Polanco district of Mexico City
  • Luxury five-star hotel with restaurants, spa, gym facilities
  • Standard double room for $435 per night

Four Seasons Hotel Mexico City

  • Located near Chapultepec Park
  • AAA Five Diamond Award-winning hotel with spa
  • Outdoor pool
  • Deluxe double room with two double beds for $560 per night

Been to Mexico City? Leave a comment with your hotel recommendation!

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