CDMX Mexico City

CDMX Mexico City

With a renowned culinary scene, contemporary design boom and growth in a variety of stylish accommodations Mexico City is enjoying a renaissance. Business and leisure travelers are heading to the capital city to take in infinite, distinct travel offerings in this modern-day megalopolis while talented chefs, artists, designers and philanthropists are emerging as leaders in their industry, further propelling Mexico City as a world capital.

As the gateway to Latin America, a major hub for international business and a top leisure destination, Mexico City has more than 600 hotels with over 52,000 rooms of all categories, including five-star international chains and full-service business hotels to chic, intimate B&Bs in historic surroundings. Mexico City boasts a hotel occupancy rate of 67% with international visitors staying an average of 2.7 days.  


The city boasts four UNESCO World Heritage sites: Historic Centre of Mexico City, Xochimilco floating botanical gardens, Central University City Campus of the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM), and Casa-Estudio Luis Barragán. The capital hosts several world-class events and festivals annually, from the celebrated ZonaMaco art fair to international sporting events such as Formula 1 and National Football League (NFL). 


Mexico City is one of the most important destinations thanks to its modern infrastructure, connectivity, mobility, as well as quality products and services. In 2016, the International Congress and Convention Association (ICCA) ranked Mexico City as number 34 worldwide and as the fourth city in America by number of meetings.