Mexico City is the one biggest city of Mexico and a is one of the gay-friendliest place in Mexico along with the beach resort of Puerto Vallarta. We will find most of the accomodation to be suitable for gay couples in Gay Friendly Hotels Mexico City.
Zona Rosa (English: “Pink Zone”) is a neighborhood in Mexico City which is known for its shopping, nightlife, gay community and its recently established Korean community. The neighborhood is officially part of the Colonia Juárez colonia or official neighborhood, located just west of the historic center of Mexico City.
Lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) rights in Mexico have expanded in recent years, in keeping with worldwide legal trends.
LGBT people in Mexico have organized in a variety of ways: through local organizations, marches, and the development of the Commission to Denounce Hate Crimes. Mexico has a thriving LGBT movement with organizations in various large cities throughout the country and numerous LGBT publications (most prominently in Mexico City, Guadalajara, Monterrey, Tijuana, and Puebla).
Mexico City is the densely populated, high-altitude capital of Mexico. It’s known for its Templo Mayor (a 13th-century Aztec temple), the baroque Catedral Metropolitana de México of the Spanish conquistadors and the Palacio Nacional, which houses historic murals by Diego Rivera. All of these are situated in and around the Plaza de la Constitución, the massive main square also known as the Zócalo.
top attractions to visit in Mexico City
- Museo Nacional de Antropologia
- Chapultepec Castle
- Basilica de Santa Maria de Guadalupe
- Palacio de Bellas Artes
Best Day Trips in Mexico City
- Teotihuacan Morning Tour with an Archeologist and Tequila Tasting
- Teotihuacán Full Day Tour from Mexico City
- Private Day Tour to Teotihuacan from Mexico City
- Private Tour: Teotihuacan and Guadalupe Shrine
- From Mexico City: Private Tour to Teotihuacan Pyramids with Tequila Tasting
1. Hotel Geneve Ciudad de Mexico 4* – Gay Friendly Hotels Mexico City
This historic hotel is conveniently placed in Juarez, Mexico’s Pink Zone, moments from shops, restaurants and attractions, and combines historic charm with modern amenities and facilities, including an on-site spa. Free parking is available on site.
Hotel Geneve CD de Mexico is situated within walking distance of the city’s main financial district and tourist attractions. Guests can easily visit Paseo de la Reforma, Chapultepec Park and much more.
Originally built in 1907, Hotel Geneve features a variety of modern conveniences, including wireless internet access, a business center and state-of-the-art fitness facilities. The décor includes antiques and works of art.
Experience the most legendary hotel in Mexico. Avant-garde elegance and first class service are characteristics that the Hotel Geneve has maintained throughout the more than one hundred years since its inception. The architecture and decoration bring to mind a classical European style. The many antiques and pieces of art have become an integral facet of this museum hotel. Located in the heart of the famous Zona Rosa, the hotel is just a couple of blocks away from one of the most important avenues in the country, the well known Paseo de la Reforma. The Hotel is within walking distance of business and leisure areas which include many restaurants, bars, clubs, museums and the Centro Historico, or Historic City Center.
Overall, this was a great hotel. A unique and special building and interior. Really lovely and helpful staff. It was great having a concierge to help make plans and bookings.
The hotel is located in Zona Rosa (the gay district), so Friday and Saturday nights were loud from the clubs and bars. If you prefer quiet nights, Condesa and Roma Norte neighborhoods would be more suitable. Weeknights were pretty quiet. The walls between rooms were thin, so we heard more than we’d like to from some rude neighboring rooms at night.
Beautiful historic hotel Located in the “zona rosa” gay area,lots of local restaurants,stores and bars,close to Avenida Reforma. Close to all the main attractions like Chapultepec park,Ángel de la Independencia monument. If you like places with character and history this will be a great choice. Rooms and halls are a little bit outdated but it is part of the history and character of this traditional building.
Very nice place. Old school the staff in formal hotel uniforms and very helpful. The room were clean and nicely appointed. The restaurant was reasonably priced with a good menu. The area bordered the gay area of Mexico City with some interesting windows displays. The Hotel is in close proximity of the cultural center of the city. Mexico City is huge with very heavy traffic. A 10 minute taxi ride can take forty minutes. But overall the hotel and city was a very good travel experience.
This hotel used to be the most elegant, vanguardist, modern, and beautiful hotel in the country, this hotel was the first in the country that served a “Sandwich”, the first one to have elevators, the first one to have service such as: travel agency, barber shop, etc. the first one to have special accommodations to women that traveled alone, The hotel cared of them offering the best of that time.
The Hotel Geneve has a lot of influence of french and european style, this piece of art gathered the most important society of México City and the country in early 20th. century, artists like Frida Kahlo, Jose Luis Cuevas, Mario Vargas Llosa, political personalities like Porfirio Díaz (Mexican dictator), Winston Churchill, President Zapatero (Former Spanish president), Lula DaSilva and more.
Porfirio Diaz (Who was a frequent customer) took a breakfast with his whole family instead of trying to solve the armed conflict that was happening in México thanks to Francisco I. Madero who was against his government (Porfirio Díaz was the president of México by that time, He ruled Mexican future for more that 30 years, Thanks to his dictatorial regimen The Mexican Revolution started) He wanted to show to the Mexican society that it was a small conflict, no worries about it, and He thought, that If He appears in front of México most important people will reduce the impact of the Mexican Revolution, He died some years later exiled in Paris.
The hotel is beautiful, full of history and Mexican and european pieces of art, ancient apparatuses of the beginning of 20th century, There is a little museum of shoes, and the concierge can guide you throughout the history visiting some places of the Hotel.
Talking about the service, Hotel Geneve has a gym with spa services, wifi, restaurants, bar, elevators (of course!) and the most beautiful interior garden in Zona Rosa area.
This hotel is at the Zona Rosa area which is the gay and lesbian district, the hotel is surrounded by stores, restaurants, starbucks, bars and it is very near to one the most important Mexican avenue: Paseo de la Reforma.
It is worthy to visit, to stay and to enjoy for every piece of art that this emblematic hotel has.
Walking into the Hotel Geneve is like walking back in time to Maximilian and Carlota Mexico City.The lobby is filled with old master paintings and overstuffed chairs and can only be described as palatial. The staff wear charming old world uniforms.
There is a charming bar just off the lobby called The Telephone Bar. It also features overstuffed chairs and many antique telephones. The drinks were reasonably priced but if you’re a bourbon drinker, like me, you’re out of luck! However, they seem to have anything else one could want including a good wine list. There is also a charming restaurant in the lobby (not Sanborns which is awful!) which serves breakfast, lunch and dinner. The food is quite good and again reasonably priced.
The rooms are spacious but not luxurious. The beds are very comfortable and the bathrooms are spacious and modern. There was only one electric outlet (that I could find) which is a bit inconvenient in this age of cell phones, computers and tablets but we made it work.
The Geneve’s location is really ideal. It’s located in the Zona Rosa neighborhood of Mexico City and is within walking distance of Chapultepec Park with its many museums and castle. There are several restaurants in the area as well as numerous gay venues along Amberes Street.
How much does a room costs at Hotel Geneve CD de Mexico?
Prices start 59 $/night for Deluxe Room. The Classic Suite is 274$/room per night with breakfast included – if coming on a honeymoon this is the perfect choice for gay couples. double room features air conditioning.
This air-conditioned suite features 1 king-size bed and a seating area with cable TV. In-room amenities include free Wi-Fi, a safe, coffee maker, minibar and ironing facilities. The private bathroom with bath tub includes a hairdryer.
Where to book online – Hotel Geneve CD de Mexico – Gay Friendly Hotels Mexico City – you can find the best hotels deals in Mexico City during Day of the Dead which is celebrated with much enthusiasm in Mexico City on Booking.com or Hotels.com and see more reviews on TripAdvisor.
2. The Red Tree House 3* – Gay Friendly Hotels Mexico City
Situated in Mexico City, The Red Tree House provides accommodation with free WiFi, air conditioning and access to a garden.
Fitted with a balcony, the units feature a flat-screen TV and a private bathroom with a hairdryer.
An American breakfast is served daily at the property.
Chapultepec Castle is 1.7 km from the bed and breakfast. Benito Juarez International Airport is 10 km away.
A comfortable, affordable house with rooms to rent in the heart of the vibrant, safe neighborhood of Condesa, in Mexico City.
The Red Tree House is located in the lovely Condesa neighborhood of Mexico City. The environment of tropical trees, flowers, rich woods and magnificent art mirror the environment of the area. The staff is highly dedicated to making your stay comfortable and delightful. Delicious breakfast comes hot out of the kitchen, if you wish, you can mingle and watch the cook create wonderful regional dishes that look as good as they taste.
In addition there is always a great selection of breads, fruits and the obligatory yogurt. A happy hour every night guarantees a wonderful mix of guests from around the world. Everyone who works in this lovely house are genuine and care – recommendations for shopping, eating, adventures, transportation – are all easily given. This is the second time my husband and I have stayed there, and it was nice to be remembered! They are LGBT friendly – the owners are gay – and the location is one of the best in the City.
The staff were very friendly (also gay friendly) and responsive. We never interacted with the owners directly but Victor and Ernesto were really warm and gracious hosts. It’s owned by a American and his Mexican partner.
The place has a lot of plants and a beautiful old tree. We asked for a garden room which allowed us to be very close the courtyard. Breakfast always had a local speciality which was a cool addition!
The area is like SOHO in NYC-artistry and relaxed with art galleries, restaurants and a lot of trees. In fact our best food was from a street eatery near this B&B.
This is a cute and sweet place for travelers who need a cozy place to stay while in Mexico City. Pretty centrally located. The owners and their dog “Abril” were super nice and was part of the breakfast in the morning. I had recommended this place to my friends who ended up loving it, too! I’ll say to everyone going to Mexico City if you are in your 20s – 40s need an affordable yet clean and beautiful place to stay? go here. Gay friendly, too.
The room was clean and very comfortable. The garden and main communal areas were just beautiful. All the staff were friendly and helpful. The House have a wonderful ambience and genuine good feeling. The surrounding neighbourhood was charming and very nice to walk around. Our hosts provided Christmas dinner for all the guest at Red Tree House, complimentary including drinks, which was very kind and generous, we had a lovely evening and a very memorable Christmas.
Loved everything about our experience: the penthouse suite was beautiful, spacious, and clean, the area (Condesa) has so much to do, the breakfast and happy hours were excellent, and most importantly, the staff was super helpful and accommodating. The house itself has such a neat story and it was really nice hearing about the history straight from the creator at happy hour and breakfast!
All around the Red Tree House and in our room there are little nuances that make the stay personal and unique. Any question that we had, the 24-hour staff was more than willing to address it immediately and help to make any arrangements that would make things easier for us. It was truly a great experience staying for 5 nights and we met so many interesting people while also packing our days full with exploration of Mexico City.
The Red Tree House is a gem – from the beautiful, colorful spaces – communal dining and living areas, gorgeous rooms, and stunning courtyard garden, to the absolutely delicious breakfast – I’ve never had better churros in my life, beautifully ripe fruit and very tasty Mexican hot breakfasts – each different every day. But what makes The Red House truly wonderful is the absolutely amazing staff – who by the end of the trip felt more like extended family – Victor, Alejandro and everyone else made us feel so welcome and at home and like we were truly visiting friends and family.
How much does a room costs at The Red Tree House?
Prices start 60 $/night for Deluxe Room.
Where to book online – The Red Tree House – Gay Friendly Hotels Mexico City – you can find the best hotels deals in Mexico City during Day of the Dead which is celebrated with much enthusiasm in Mexico City on Booking.com or Trivago.com and see more reviews on TripAdvisor.
3. Room Mate Valentina 4* – LGBT Friendly Hotels Mexico City
Stayed here for 4 nights with the intention of being base close to gay nightlife. Excellent hotel and nice room with a big sofa. The breakfast was excellent and Antonio at the front was happy to check me in earlier and make my stay pleasant. Gym is quite small and basic, and can be a little noisy but an good choice if you want to be central to nightlife.
The hotel is clean and comfortable, with one of the most comfortable hotel beds I have ever slept in. Holy cow was it comfortable. We were in a penthouse suite, 1302, which has a huge sitting area, dining table, 1.5 bathrooms, two tvs, and an enormous bedroom. Wonderful room, no complaints. I was a bit disappointed to learn that the two sliding doors leading to the enormous balcony were locked, and as the guest booked into the room we could not access the balcony, or even open the window for fresh air. That was a big disappointment because we like open windows.
It is a neighborhood full of gay dance clubs, and so we felt there was nowhere near where we could sit and enjoy a grown-up cocktail in a quiet bar or even a hotel bar. It was just thumping nightclubs advertising their cheap cheap cheap beers and drinks.
The location is great–very safe for walking and close to a lot of good restaurants. For those enjoying proximity to gay nightlife the clubs are right outside the front door. As others have mentioned a higher floor is better for light sleepers.
The room was spacious with a modern European design. The location was excellent (very close to the Angel monument) and very easy to get to by taxi or public transportation (Public transportation was very easy to use from this location and was efficient and convenient (but avoid during peak hours)). The area is busy and very safe. There are many restaurants and stores nearby but there are also several adult clubs (gay and mixed), bars and an adult shop on the same block as the hotel. The club people are very friendly, but they party hard!
The hotel is perfectly located near public transit and has monuments that are in walking distance. I would suggest this hotel for people of the LGBT spectrum as it is very inclusive and is close to multiple gay bars.
This economically priced hotel is located right in the centre of the Zona Rosa on a road that is packed wall to wall with gay night clubs. Surprisingly, while the night clubs were open all night (and some all day too) we could not hear any noise in the room as long as the windows were closed. Our room was very large and reasonably clean. The hotel has a modern quirky design concept.
The room was spacious and it had an empty mini-fridge and great shower. With regards to the location, the city is very large and this hotel is more or less in the middle but none of the sights were within walking distance with the closest one being 2 miles away. It is as other reviews have noted on a street with many gay nightclubs and dance venues and it is very lively on all nights except Sunday night.
First, I chose it because it’s design is unique, at least in Mexico City. Very design / boutique hotel, in its Almodovar Que vivid colours and fun shapes. Then there’s the good, fair price, considering its look, quality and location. Very suitable for all types of travelers, it makes it easy for walks to several places and it’s just off the main street, Paseo de la Reforma. You can walk to the nearest mall, to the Angel de la Independencia and Diana the hunter monuments; gay bars, the nearest metro station (Insurgentes), markets, cinemas, restaurants, etc.
The hotel offers nice, not great, amenities but the real benefit of this hotel is if you’re interested in being near gay nightlife. Steps from the hotel are a number of gay bars which are happening and right next door. While close we had no problem sleeping at night since it remains pretty quiet and the room has black out curtains.
This property is located in a historically Gay friendly neighbourhood. At the same time, you need not fear the Gay nor its associated forces descending upon your room uninvited. In other words, if you can’t rise past your prejudices or preconceptions re people’s sexual orientation, this place might not be for you. Located in the midst of Macho City, this property and its surroundings is yet another wonderful paradox of MXCD life and it reminds us all that traveling is about learning and mutual understanding.
How much does a room costs at Room Mate Valentina?
Prices start 71 $/night for Deluxe Room.
Where to book online – Room Mate Valentina – Gay Friendly Hotels Mexico City – you can find the best hotels deals in Mexico City during Day of the Dead which is celebrated with much enthusiasm in Mexico City on Hotelscombined.com or Trip.com and see more reviews on TripAdvisor.
4. Condesa Haus B&B 3* – Gay Friendly Hotels Mexico City
Situated in Mexico City, Condesa Haus B&B offers accommodation with a patio or a balcony, free WiFi and flat-screen TV, as well as a terrace.
There is a fully equipped private bathroom with shower and a hairdryer.
à la carte and American breakfast options are available each morning at the bed and breakfast.
Chapultepec Castle is 2.7 km from Condesa Haus B&B, while The Angel of Independence is 3.2 km from the property. The nearest airport is Benito Juarez International Airport, 13 km from the accommodation.
Condesa Haus is a new concept of hosting in Mexico through a blend of art, comfort and technology all at Condesa the most famous and trendy neighborhood in Mexico City. All suites feature Wi Fi internet, flat TV , cable TV, Bath w/tub . Start your day with a delicious breakfast included. Welcome!
We felt so welcome and so well cared for at this elegant, but never stuffy guest house in Condesa. The whole staff offered excellent hospitality, and our room, the Porfirio, was restful and calm. We were so happy to find a gay friendly inn in a quiet part of town.
The location is perfect and close to where you want to be – so many noteworthy restaurants, shops, etc., but on a quiet side street. The pictures really don’t do it justice – we stayed in the Puebla Room and, while we expected to be wowed by the bathroom, the room itself is cozier than the pictures portray.
Condesa Haus is charming, beautiful, intimate and the perfect place to stay.
Fabulous location, clean and safe; the staff is wonderful and extremely helpful.Clean, appealing, friendly, quiet B&B style accommodations in perfect Condesa neighborhood location close to innumerable restaurants, bars, and general street life. Old residential building on a ‘no through traffic’ block, has good Mexican breakfast and very kind and knowledgeable employees, speaking good English. No food/drinks served after breakfast, but no need for that. Beds were comfortable.
The best thing about Condesa Haus is it ideal location in Condesa. Close to Patriotism Metro, Chapultepec Park, loads of restaurant options nearby and Condesa/Roma with its amazing treed boulevards and interesting architecture is a treat in itself. Friendly staff, good breakfasts and value for the price. We chose the Tepito room for the king size bed. Bed was comfortable, room a good size, spartan furnishing, safety deposit box with a nice shower. There is an air conditioning unit but it was not powered and we had no control unit. There is a TV with Spanish only channels.
This is a lovely old house with great character and some beautiful touches like the art deco hall light and the overlooking room balconies. Be aware that this is a former home so the rooms are not soundproof (just as in any home). My friend stayed in a room overlooking the road which was more simply furnished than my room and not as cosy.
The location is great with shops and cafes within easy walking distance. The surrounding streets are green and leafy and it felt very safe to walk around.
Condesa Haus is a beautiful, sparkling clean space, full of light and carved plaster, with lacy wrought iron on the staircase and balconies. Our room had a small veranda surrounded by treetops – a great place for morning coffee – and a smaller, decorative balcony overlooking the lobby. The bed was comfortable and the shower was built for two, but every room is different. Before we left, we were offered a peek at the Puebla room with its original tile bathroom. In the 30s, when the house was new, it was the only bathroom and has a stained glass window as well as the gorgeous tile
Breakfasts always included fruit and yogurt, as well as a selection of heartier dishes like omelets, quesadillas and daily specials. Everyone who worked there was wonderful – friendly, helpful, and happy to recommend nearby restaurants in English or Spanish. The Condesa area is leafy and green, with a fine selection of Art Deco architecture. Condesa Haus was the perfect place to come back to after an active day of exploring.
How much does a room costs at Condesa Haus B&B?
Prices start 80 $/night for Double Room with Terrace. The Deluxe Double Room with Bath
is 85$/room per night with breakfast included – if coming on a honeymoon this is the perfect choice for gay couples. double room features air conditioning.
This double room has a balcony and flat-screen TV.
Where to book online – Condesa Haus B&B – Gay Friendly Hotels Mexico City – you can find the best hotels deals in Mexico City during Day of the Dead which is celebrated with much enthusiasm in Mexico City on Booking.com or Hotels.com and see more reviews on TripAdvisor.
5. W Mexico City 5* – Gay Friendly Hotels Mexico City
Located in the heart of downtown Mexico City, this luxury boutique hotel provides everything needed for an enjoyable stay and more. The hotel is centrally located and close to many popular attractions.
W Mexico City is situated in the trendy Polanco neighborhood. Only moments from the hotel’s front doors are art galleries, luxury boutiques, museums and a vibrant nightlife.
Guests can experience ultimate luxury and relaxation at the W Mexico City. Get refreshed with a massage from the full-service spa or take advantage of the hotel’s Whatever/Whenever service, providing anything that can be imagined.
Guests can enjoy the hotel’s fitness centre and Living Room bar, a local hotspot that features a DJ.
Enjoy stylish accommodations in the upscale and trendy Polanco neighborhood by staying at W Hotel Mexico City. Our contemporary and vibrant hotel in Mexico City sits just minutes from the Auditorio Nacional’s performing-arts venue and many other top attractions in Mexico City.
Short but sweet stay in Mexico City at the W. The hotel is well located to get around the city and a great walking distance for fantastic restaurants and nearby sightseeing. Like all W hotels, the decor is funky and modern and this one is particularly colourful.
Hotel is located in Polanco and is within walking distance to all the upscale and trendy restaurants and shops. The hotel breakfast is exceptional and is very fresh. Jose, the manager at the restaurant was SO friendly and truly welcomed us with a smile and positive attitude every day. The hotel also has a great spa and gym facility which is open for all hotel guests.
Hotel is in the upscale part of town where there are very trendy stores and cafe, restaurants etc. It is very safe and fun to walk around the neighborhood and see all the beautiful colonial homes. Hotel lobby has a DJ after 8pm , so there is a party atmosphere. The room was very contemporary as expected at the W. Room was comfortable though I did not like the fabric chosen for the duvet cover, seemed heavy. Nice Bliss products for your toiletries.
The rooms are beautifully decorated and the bathroom has an amazing view. Beds were top comfy, great room service, awesome staff who were very helpful at the reception, even with all the info to get around and site seeing, highly recommend this please.
The view from our room was amazing , this hotel has great views of the city. Rooms are colorful, spacious and modern.
The hotel is in a great location, close to bars, restaurants and major landmarks that are worth visiting.
The bar downstairs is perfect for a drink before dinner with plenty of tables to gather with friends. We had breakfast at their restaurant dos 25 and it was excellent! They have a nice spread with fresh fruit, fresh squeezed juices and fresh baked pastries. You can order from a variety of different hot breakfast items that are all delicious! The servers at the restaurant were very friendly and attentive!
If you want excellent location, service and ambiance you must stay at the W Mexico City.
The hotel is located in the lovely Polanco area, close to many nice restaurants. The room was modern and very comfortable, was fortunate to get upgraded to a room on the 18th floor with a great city view. Breakfast was included in my rate and offered a broad selection of choices. Also got a chance to enjoy the temazcal and a great massage session at the hotel’s SPA. Service across the hotel was outstanding.
How much does a room costs at W Mexico City?
Prices start 339 $/night for Wonderful, Guest room, 1 King, City view. The Marvelous, 1 Bedroom Bi-level Suite, 1 King, Sofa bed is 419$/room per night with breakfast included – if coming on a honeymoon this is the perfect choice for gay couples. double room features air conditioning.
This double room has air conditioning.
Where to book online – W Mexico City – Gay Friendly Hotels Mexico City – you can find the best hotels deals in Mexico City during Day of the Dead which is celebrated with much enthusiasm in Mexico City on Booking.com or Expedia.com and see more reviews on TripAdvisor.