10 Hip Airbnb Rentals in Mexico City Under $100 a Night

Mexico City is a lively and affordable place to spend a week or long weekend. These gorgeous Airbnbs in some of the city's most beautiful neighborhoods are worth checking out for your next visit.

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April 15, 2019


Photo By: Carlos Rodriguez Rodriguez

Photo By: Carlos Rodriguez Rodriguez

Bright, Modern Room in Santa Maria La Ribera

A little off the beaten path of the trendy neighborhoods of Condesa and La Roma, you'll find Santa Maria La Ribera. Guests rave about the design aesthetic of this gorgeous, bright room in a renovated colonial mansion. Santa Maria La Ribera offers easy access to the airport and historic downtown Mexico City.

BOOK NOW: Airbnb, Starting at $47/night

Two-Story Loft in Centro Historico

This gorgeous two-story loft is in the perfect location just two blocks from Palacio Bellas Artes, Mexico City's iconic art museum, and minutes away from the Zócalo, the plaza at the historic center of the city. You'll have stunning views of the city from the balcony and rooftop deck, and a gym in the building is also available for use. The loft accommodates up to four people on a queen bed, pull-out sofa and air mattress. Bonus: breakfast items are included with your stay.

BOOK NOW: Airbnb, Starting at $61/night

Tiny Loft Walking Distance From Frida Kahlo Museum

The artsy neighborhood of Coyoacan is a must-visit, especially for any Frida Kahlo lovers. This mini loft may be compact but has everything you need a moment's walk away from the best of everything Coyoacan has to offer—including a rooftop garden with a jacuzzi. If you plan to visit the Casa Azul, the former home Frida Kahlo, consider going with a guide to jump the line and get a deeper understanding of the context surrounding Kahlo's art. Airbnb Experience host Pável, a Mexican culture professor at the National Autonomous University of Mexico, is an exceptional tour guide. He'll walk you around the neighborhood and explain its history, set you up with delicious street food snacks and get you into Casa Azul just before closing so you can enjoy it without the crowds that flood the museum.

BOOK NOW: Airbnb, Starting at $39/night

Room with Private Terrace in Santa María La Ribera

This swanky room has its own private terrace overlooking the neighborhood of Santa María la Ribera in a historic home protected for its architectural value. Guests rave in their reviews about the accommodating hosts and picturesque courtyard ideal for finding a few quiet moments amid the hustle and bustle of Mexico City.

BOOK NOW: Airbnb, Starting at $48/night

Two-Bedroom Apartment in La Condesa

This two-bedroom apartment fit for up to four guests is in the heart of the Condesa neighborhood, which has gorgeous tree-lined streets, hipster bars and coffee shops and no shortage of historic architecture. Consider starting your stay with a walking tour led by a long-time Condesa resident. The host of this Airbnb Experience, Pablo, will show you some of the neighborhood's most iconic buildings, walk you through a local market and bring you to some of the neighborhood's best snacks and tacos.

BOOK NOW: Airbnb, Starting at $80/night

Private Suite in Historic La Roma Home

This private room and bathroom in La Roma are in a home built in 1920. At the end of a day wandering the scenic streets of La Roma, grab a bottle of wine or a few beers and enjoy them on the shared terrace, full of plants to give you a bit of an escape from the city.

BOOK NOW: Airbnb, Starting at $40/night

Bright, Bold Condo in La Roma

This stylish apartment with space for three guests has an attractive minimalist aesthetic, with sparse but bold decorations and pops of bright colors. It's located in La Roma, with plenty to walk to and a small balcony to enjoy at the end of a day of exploration. There are pool and ping pong tables in the building's common area that you're free to enjoy.

BOOK NOW: Airbnb, Starting at $67/night

Studio Apartment in La Roma

This gorgeous studio with space for three guests is in one of Mexico City's best and most picturesque neighborhoods, La Roma. La Roma was one of the neighborhoods damaged by the earthquake in 2017, but it bounced back extremely quickly and has no shortage of hip restaurants, trendy bars and an abundance of tacos and other delicious street food. La Roma is an incredible neighborhood to wander, so feel free to venture out and get a bit lost in this historic area.

BOOK NOW: Airbnb, Starting at $64/night

Bright Loft on the Edge of La Roma and Condesa

This industrial-style loft has an entire wall of windows directly facing the bed, allowing tons of light into the high-cielinged apartment. The home is just on the edge of both the Condesa and La Roma neighborhoods in the residential neighborhood of Escandón, with tree-lined streets and plenty of parks to stroll.

BOOK NOW: Airbnb, Starting at $45/night

Private Room in Historic Mexico City Home

This swanky room is in a historic mansion designed by the architect Federico Mariscal, who also designed the Palacio de Bellas Artes, the iconic art museum downtown. Be sure to check out the mansion's courtyard and gorgeous study with floor-to-cieling bookshelves. Other guests stay in rooms elsewhere in the home, but you'll have your own large, private bathroom.

BOOK NOW: Airbnb, Starting at $48/night

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