Best hotels in Coyoacan Mexico City
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12 Best Hotels In Coyoacan Mexico City

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If you’re looking for hotels near Coyoacan Mexico City, you’ve come to the right place! Literally meaning ‘Place of the Coyotes’ in the indigenous Nahuatl language, this neighbourhood of the Mexican capital is full of enticing accommodation options, from former colonial mansions to local homes turned guest houses.

One of the more relaxed neighbourhoods of Mexico City, there are many tranquil Coyoacan hotels for visitors who would prefer to avoid the tourist-filled Centro Historico or the buzzing nightlife of Roma-Condesa.

Don’t get us wrong, though, we’re not using ‘relaxed’ as a euphemism for ‘boring’. 

In fact, what we love about Coyoacan is that it has a slower pace of life while still being full of fantastic things to do and see, from the 16th-century San Juan Bautista church to the Frida Kahlo Museum – not to mention the numerous neighbourhood eateries, cafes, and shops.

Hotels in Coyoacan tend to be on the intimate side, with most of them boasting just a handful of rooms or suites. This makes for a wonderfully individual experience for anyone who stays in this delightful district.

TOP PICK Of Hotels In Coyoacan Mexico City

Top pick of hotels in Coyoacan Mexico City

H21 HOSPEDAJE BOUTIQUE

A smartly designed hideaway on an unassuming street, the H21 Hospedaje Boutique boasts roomy suites just a few steps from Coyoacan’s main square.

Other excellent choices:

🌟 BEST BOUTIQUE HOTEL 📍 Agata Hotel Boutique & Spa ➡️ CHECK RATES

🌟 BEST HOTEL WITH POOL 📍 Mansión Papilio ➡️ CHECK RATES

🌟 BEST BUDGET-FRIENDLY HOTEL 📍 Coyoacan City Lofts ➡️ CHECK RATES

Best Boutique Hotels Coyoacan Mexico City

A wealth of old homes have been converted into charming boutique hotels in Coyoacan Mexico City, each one with distinctive features that make it utterly unique.

Whether you’re someone who enjoys traditional European-style ornamentation or a more modernist design ethos, there’s a lovely little boutique waiting to be discovered down the secluded streets of Coyoacan.

#1 H21 Hospedaje Boutique – One Of The Most Spacious Coyoacan Hotels Mexico City.

A smartly designed hideaway on an unassuming street, the H21 Hospedaje Boutique boasts roomy suites just a few steps from Coyoacan’s main square.

LOCATION | Tacos, churros, quesadillas – all kinds of delicious street food is available from the nearby markets, including the popular Mercado de Coyoacan. 

The property is also around 10 minutes from the Frida Kahlo Museum, familiarly known as the Casa Azul, due to its cobalt-blue exterior. Just bear in mind that the nearest metro stations are about half an hour’s walk, so you might be better off relying on buses to get downtown.

FACILITIES | A simple breakfast is available at the property, though we recommend wandering out of the building to see what the local alleyways have to offer. Guests can also take advantage of free Wi-Fi, luggage storage, and private parking.

ROOMS | There are just 7 rooms at the H21 Hospedaje Boutique, ranging from 431-square-foot junior suites with terraces to 646-square-foot two-bed deluxe rooms with kitchenettes. Wood and stone materials evoke nature, with textured fabrics softening the furnishings.

#2 Agata Hotel Boutique & Spa – A Lovely Neighbourhood Spot.

For good service, cosy rooms, and an elegant cream colour palette, the Agata is an excellent boutique in a prime part of Coyoacan Mexico City.

LOCATION | General Anaya metro station is about 20 minutes away, while the Frida Kahlo Museum is less than 10 minutes walk away. Just around the corner is the iconic Coyote Fountain of Coyoacan, featuring a pair of playfully staged coyotes amidst jets of water.

FACILITIES | A jacaranda-shaded terrace, a cosy dining room, spa facilities, a lounge, and a kitchen area for cooking classes have all been squeezed into the compact space of the Agata, which manages to combine the ambience of a friendly bed and breakfast with more amenities than one would expect to find in this kind of establishment.

ROOMS | There are just a handful of rooms at the Agata, each one named after a mineral. Half of the lodgings feature a decadent bathtub or hot tub where you can luxuriate for hours on end.

#3 Mansión Papilio – French-Influenced Colonial Mansion In The Heart Of Mexico.

Designed with plenty of extravagant flourishes, the Mansión Papilio is opulently decked out with wooden floors, florally upholstered furniture, and glittering chandeliers.

LOCATION | The nearest metro stations are 30 minutes away, but there are plenty of restaurants, bars, and shops in the vicinity, particularly near the Coyote Fountain, which is a 5-minute walk.

FACILITIES | Communal spaces abound at the Mansión Papilio, including a snug with a pool table, a living room with a fireplace, and – our personal favourite – the spacious back garden, where you can enjoy your daily breakfast amidst an ostentation of peacocks.

ROOMS | There are just a handful of rooms at this property, decorated to recall the kind of boudoirs common to French countryside chateaux. Colette (named for the turn-of-the-20th-century author) is the most spacious: a villa with its own indoor swimming pool, Jacuzzi, and fireplace.

For something more affordable, Monette (named for the impressionist artist) is a ground-floor apartment with a window onto the gardens, while Patrick Modiano (named for the Nobel Prize-winning author) boasts a balcony and Jacuzzi.

#4 Casa Jacinta Guest House – One Of The Coziest Hotels In Coyoacan Mexico City.

A homely bed and breakfast with ivy-covered exterior walls and numerous potted plants, staying at the Casa Jacina is like staying with friends. You get the sense that the owners have decorated every part of the property with their own tastes in mind, which makes everything feel genuinely welcoming.

LOCATION | The Viveros de Coyoacan public park, Mercado de Coyoacan, and Museo Frida Kahlo are all within walking distance, while the Viveros metro station is 20 minutes away.

FACILITIES | A living room, a dining room, and a courtyard garden make up the principal communal areas at the guest house, which can offer breakfast for an additional fee.

ROOMS | There are 10 rooms at the Casa Jacinta, each one decorated in colourful tiles, local artwork, and wooden furniture. Some options come with patios, while others can fit up to five guests, making this one of our top boutique recommendations for families.

Best Mid-Range Hotels Coyoacan Mexico City

If you don’t mind cutting back on amenities and/or staying a little deeper into the suburbs, you can find some nice-sized rooms at Coyoacan’s mid-range hotels. 

If you value the spaciousness of a flat, there are some good apartment hotels available, or you can choose instead to nab a stylish room in a friendly guest house.

#5 Mi Zona Lodging Coyoacán – One Of The City’s Best Aparthotels.

As part of its portfolio of 13 properties, Mi Zona offers a couple of sizable apartments in Coyoacan Mexico City. If you like the idea of cooking your own meals once in a while from produce purchased at the local market, this is definitely one to consider.

LOCATION | Just to the west of the Centro de Coyoacan, this aparthotel is within easy reach of the Frida Kahlo Museum, the National Museum of Popular Culture, a couple of markets, many restaurants, and a hefty helping of ice cream parlours.

FACILITIES | Free private parking is one of the highlights of staying at Mi Zona, which also offers free Wi-Fi throughout the property.

ROOMS | The smaller of the two apartments is on the ground floor and has a living-dining area, a patio, and a single bedroom with a pullout sofa that can accommodate a further two people. 

The larger one is situated just above, with a much more expansive kitchen area, as well as three bedrooms, two bathrooms, a terrace, and a living-dining room.

#6 Maria Del Alma House – Home Away From Home Hotel Coyoacan Mexico City.

A former family domicile, the Maria Del Alma House suits the kind of travellers who like to feel part of a home when they stay at a bed and breakfast.

LOCATION | Both the Frida Kahlo Museum and the Mercado de Coyoacan are just on the doorstep, with a slightly longer walk to reach the nearest metro station (Viveros).

FACILITIES | Chill out in the garden or on the terrace in your downtime, soaking up the sights and sounds of the local neighbourhood. 

There’s also a communal dining area where the owners serve a delicious homemade breakfast – you can even take cooking classes with the chef for an additional fee and learn to make your own Mexican specialities!

ROOMS | As you would expect from a home-turned-hotel, the Maria Del Alma House has just a handful of rooms decorated in an eclectic, informal fashion. The largest option is a decent 538 square feet with two bedrooms.

#7 Yellow & Blue Apartment HP – Sur – Excellent Value For Longer Stays.

In the southernmost part of Coyoacan, this modern two-bedroom apartment is a steal – just so long as you don’t mind being quite far out from the centre of Mexico City.

LOCATION | The Gran Sur mall is right opposite the apartment building, boasting modern shops, international restaurants, and a cinema. There’s no nearby metro station, so you’ll have to catch a bus, drive yourself, or hail a cab into town.

FACILITIES | This apartment is in a relatively new block with all kinds of facilities on-site, including a private swimming pool, a fitness centre, a sauna, and a small children’s play area. Free parking is included with the rental.

ROOMS | Our favourite feature of this apartment are the floor-to-ceiling windows, which let in loads of light and mean you wake up to pretty, suburban views. 

The rooms consist of a well-equipped kitchen, a seating area with a flat-screen TV, and two bedrooms with double beds. The sofa can also be turned into a bed so that the flat can fit a grand total of six guests.

#8 Fiesta Inn Periferico Sur – One Of The Best Hotels In Coyoacan Mexico City For Families.

In a similar location to the Yellow & Blue Apartment but offering hotel service, the Fiesta Inn Periferico Sur is one of the larger Coyoacan hotels on our list, boasting a whopping 212 rooms.

LOCATION | The Gran Sur mall is on the doorstep, or you can hop in a car and be at the largest amusement park in all of Latin America, Six Flags Mexico, in 10 minutes.

FACILITIES | If you don’t feel like heading out into the surrounding area for your meals, the hotel has an all-day restaurant on-site, as well as a bar, a business centre, a swimming pool, and a gym.

ROOMS | While the Fiesta Inn Periferico Sur building is undeniably ugly from the outside, inside, the rooms exemplify clean, unfussy comfort. 

The accommodation ranges in size from the 300-square-foot superior rooms with two doubles to the junior suite, which contains a king bed in the bedroom and a separate living-dining area within its 688 square feet of space.

#9 Casa Tamayo – A Stylish Modern Guest House.

The Casa Tamayo is one of our favourite hotels in Coyoacan Mexico City, because it’s so full of character, from the bright blue exterior (reminiscent of the nearby Frida Kahlo Museum) to the local artworks and handicrafts that dot the interior.

LOCATION | Down a quiet street not far from the Centro de Coyoacan, this house is a perfect base from which to explore the local neighbourhood before heading off into other parts of town via bus or the Viveros metro station (20 minutes away).

FACILITIES | A shared kitchen provides the means for guests to make their own simple meals, after which you can relax in the communal living room in front of the TV or head outside to chill in the peaceful garden. Coffee, tea, and cookies are complimentary, but bear in mind that no breakfast is provided.

ROOMS | Decorated in light colours to create the impression of spaciousness, the rooms here are a cut above what you’ll find in many other guest houses at the same price point, with modern furnishings and garden views.

Best Budget-Friendly Coyoacan Hotels

Sometimes, on our travels, we like to save money on accommodation to spend more on eating, drinking, and exploring!

When that’s the case, it’s always handy to have a budget-friendly option in the back pocket. You can find lots of hotels in Coyoacan Mexico City, with competitive rates that are perfectly clean and comfortable, albeit sometimes a little lacking in personality or flair.

#10 Coyoacan City Lofts – Good For The Basics.

A solid budget alternative to staying in hotels in Coyoacan Mexico City, these loft apartments are simply decorated and spacious.

LOCATION | Right beside Leon Trotsky’s House Museum, the units are 15 minutes from the Eje Central metro station, as well as a short walk from the Frida Kahlo Museum.

FACILITIES | Other than the pleasant, shared garden space where you can catch some rays, there’s not much in the way of amenities at the Coyoacan City Lofts, though there is a babysitting service that means parents can have a respite from the children to go on a romantic date night at one of the nearby eateries.

ROOMS | Each loft has a desk, a private bathroom, and a kitchen area with a fridge, a microwave, and utensils.

#11 Mina 32 – Coyoacan – A Compact Brick Beauty.

A unique sight amidst the hotels in Coyoacan Mexico City, Mina 32 is housed in a striking red brick building that we absolutely love for its atmospheric appeal.

LOCATION | This hotel is situated on the cusp of the Viveros public park, a short walk from the metro station and the Frida Kahlo Museum.

FACILITIES | The in-house restaurant serves meals throughout the day, including the daily breakfast, which can be purchased for an additional fee.

ROOMS | Rooms at Mina 32 are compact and largely undecorated, but given that exposed red brick walls run through most of the accommodation, they don’t really require much more in the way of standout design features. Lodging sizes start from a very bijou 108-square-foot standard room to the 269-square-foot two-bedroom apartment.

#12 Villa Alfonsina – Adults-Only Hotel Boutique Coyoacan.

Appropriately finishing off our list of budget Coyoacan hotels, the Villa Alfonsina is a bargain of a property whose very basic design is probably best suited to happy-go-lucky travellers looking for something just a tad more comfortable than a hostel.

LOCATION | The Museum Frida Kahlo is just across the intersection from the Villa Alfonsina, which also provides easy access to the Mercado de Coyoacán and the Plaza Coyoacan.

FACILITIES | As you would expect from a two-star spot, there aren’t many services on offer here, aside from the always handy free private parking and a bare-bones outdoor terrace. 

However, you can at least be sure you won’t be woken by noisy kids in the morning, as the Villa Alfonsina only caters to guests aged 18 and above.

ROOMS | A bald design ethos means the rooms here are largely undecorated, bar a couple of pieces of standard furniture (such as a desk and a chest of drawers), plus a framed poster or two of a famous painting. 

Rooms range in size from around 150 square feet to just under 200 square feet, though all of them manage to squeeze in a fridge and a microwave.

Hotels In Coyoacan Mexico City: FAQ

How long to stay in Coyoacán?

While many visitors to Coyoacán opt for a few hours of exploration, we highly recommend extending your stay to fully appreciate this captivating neighbourhood. 

For an enriching visit to Coyoacán, consider spending at least 2 to 3 days here. This allows you to delve into the Frida Kahlo Museum, explore the local markets and eat at a few amazing restaurants, visit the peculiar Leon Trotsky Museum, and perhaps even take a day trip to Xochimilco. 

Why is Coyoacán famous?

Coyoacán is famous for several compelling reasons. Firstly, it’s renowned as the birthplace and residence of the iconic Mexican artist Frida Kahlo. Her former home, known as the Casa Azul (Blue House), is now a museum that attracts art enthusiasts from all over the world, making Coyoacán a pilgrimage site for admirers of her work.

Additionally, Coyoacán boasts a rich historical heritage. It played a significant role during the Aztec Empire as a centre for religious and cultural activities, and remnants of this era can still be explored at places like the ancient church of San Juan Bautista.

The neighbourhood’s charming cobblestone streets, vibrant markets like the Mercado de Coyoacán, and its strong sense of community also contribute to its fame. Moreover, Coyoacán has historical ties to figures like Leon Trotsky, the Russian revolutionary, adding an extra layer of intrigue to its history.

What does the name Coyoacán mean?

The name “Coyoacán” has its origins in the Nahuatl language, which was spoken by the Aztecs and is still used by indigenous communities in Mexico today. In Nahuatl, “Coyoacán” is believed to mean “Place of Coyotes.” “Coyo” refers to coyotes, and “acán” is a locative suffix, indicating a place.

This name likely reflects the natural environment of the area when it was originally settled, which may have been home to a significant population of coyotes. Over the centuries, Coyoacán has evolved into a vibrant urban neighbourhood in Mexico City while retaining its historical and cultural significance.

Is Coyoacán worth it?

Absolutely, Coyoacán is definitely worth a visit! This charming neighbourhood in Mexico City has a unique and captivating atmosphere and is one of the most attractive areas to visit in Mexico City.

Whether you’re an art lover, a history enthusiast, or simply someone who enjoys exploring vibrant streets and trying delicious street food, Coyoacán has something for you. The Frida Kahlo Museum, the historic centre, and the lively markets packed with delicious food are just a few of the highlights that make this neighbourhood special. 

Hotels In Coyoacan Mexico City: Final Word

And there you have it: a concise guide to the hotels in Coyoacan Mexico City! 

Whether you don’t mind splashing out on a unique lodging or consider price competitiveness an essential criterion for a holiday hotel, we hope you’ve found something to spark your interest in staying in one of Mexico City’s most attractive, underrated neighbourhoods.

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