3 Best Hostels in Mexico City – Boutique Design and Tequila Party (for your First Visit)

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Backpacking Mexico City? If you’re intrigued by Mexico, you’re about to be lured in by the cool and best hostels in Mexico City.

Mexico City is a vibrant and fascinating destination that is well worth a backpacking trip. As the largest city in Mexico and one of the largest in the world, there is no shortage of things to do and see in this bustling metropolis.

Our carefully selected hostels are all about groovy art, comfortable dorms, and social vibes. In fact, we handpicked exactly 3 amazing top hostels Mexico City has to offer. After all, you only need ONE cool accommodation to have an amazing time!

Your Shortcut:

  1. U-Co Juarez - best for Backpackers
  2. Hostel Home - best for Solo Travellers
  3. Viajero CDMX Centro Hostel - best for solo female travelers
  4. Extra: Casa Pancha - best for Digital Nomads

NEW: 40 best hostels in Mexico + discount codes on selected hostels!

There are many reasons to visit Mexico City, also known as Ciudad de México or CDMX.

It is one of the oldest and most culturally rich cities in the world, with a history dating back thousands of years. Mexico City is a food lover’s paradise, with a wide variety of delicious and authentic Mexican cuisine available, from street food to high-end restaurants.

It is home to many world-renowned art museums and galleries, including the National Museum of Anthropology, the Palace of Fine Arts, and the Frida Kahlo Museum.

The city boasts a mix of old and new architecture, with stunning colonial buildings and modern skyscrapers coexisting side by side, and has a vibrant nightlife scene, with a wide range of bars, nightclubs, and live music venues to suit every taste.

Despite being a bustling metropolis, Mexico City has many beautiful parks and green spaces where you can escape the noise and chaos of the city and enjoy some fresh air.

And the most important – Mexicans are known for their warm hospitality and friendly nature, and you’re sure to receive a warm welcome in Mexico City.

This guide is perfect for YOU, when you…

  • are tired of crappy hostels!
  • want a social Hostel to actually meet people
  • are happy to spend $1 to $2 more for a much better experience

We condensed it all to the 3 coolest hostels in Mexico City. We’ve covered all bases! It’s almost time to sip that refreshing margarita.

We put all the greatest Mexico City hostels and sights on one map. It makes it easier for you to decide and plan your trip.

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Quick Introduction to Mexico City Hostels

Average price for a bed: A bed in a dorm can be as cheap as around 20€ per night. This is a rough average to give you an idea. Prices always depend on the season and holidays. Please always check the exact rates on Hostelworld.com or Booking.com.

Shortcut: Don’t want to read the full guide? Then just stay at U-Co Juarez, the coolest hostel in Mexico City.

Check-In and Check-Out: The average check-in time is from 15:00 (3 pm), while the check-out time is before 11:00 (11 am). Hostels usually offer luggage storage in case you arrive earlier or leave later. Make sure you check if luggage storage is free or if there is an extra cost.

Mexico City Tourism Tax: Travellers in Mexico City pay a 19% tourism tax. Most hostels include this in the booking price, but some don’t. Double-check with the hostel beforehand to avoid a nasty surprise.

Good to know: The short name for Mexico City is CDMX, meaning Ciudad de Mexico. Keep this in mind when looking for tips.

Where to stay in Mexico City – which neighborhood to choose: Mexico City is a vibrant and diverse city with many different neighborhoods and areas to choose from, depending on your interests, budget, and travel style. Here are some of the best parts of Mexico City to stay in:

  • Centro Histórico: This is the heart of the city, with many historic buildings, museums, and cultural attractions. It’s a great place to stay if you want to be close to the action and experience the city’s rich history.
  • Condesa and Roma: These adjacent neighborhoods are known for their bohemian vibe, tree-lined streets, and trendy cafes, bars, and restaurants. They’re popular with young professionals and hipsters and offer a great mix of nightlife and culture.
  • Polanco: This upscale neighborhood is home to some of the city’s best restaurants, designer boutiques, and luxury hotels. It’s a great choice if you’re looking for a more upscale and exclusive experience.
  • Coyoacán: This charming neighborhood in the south of the city is known for its cobblestone streets, colorful houses, and relaxed atmosphere. It’s a great place to stay if you want to escape the hustle and bustle of the city and enjoy a more laid-back vibe.
  • La Roma Norte: This area is another trendy neighborhood with a lively atmosphere and great dining and nightlife options. It’s also home to many art galleries and independent shops.

Ultimately, the best neighborhood to stay in Mexico City depends on your individual preferences and interests. It’s a good idea to do some research and read reviews before deciding where to book your accommodations.

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The 3 Best Hostels in Mexico City are …

Let’s jump right into the coolest hostels in Mexico City.

  1. U-Co Juarez – best for Backpackers
  2. Hostel Home – best for Solo Travellers
  3. Viajero CDMX Centro Hostel – best for solo female travelers
  4. Extra: Casa Pancha - best for Digital Nomads

These are our favorite hostels in Mexico City. We want to make your life even easier, so we put all accommodations on a map for you. We even added our own tips for favorite restaurants, things to see, and more.

Overview: Best Hostels by Traveler Type

🦸 Solo Traveler: Viajero CDMX Centro Hostel
🙎‍♀️ best for Female Solo Traveler: Viajero CDMX Centro Hostel
🥳 Party Hostel:Hostal Regina
👩‍❤️‍👨 Couple Hostel: Hostel Home
👨‍👩‍👦 Family Hostel: Hostel Home
👩‍💻 For Digital Nomads: Casa Pancha
🧘 Cozy Hostel: Hostel Home
👫 For Socializing:Casa Pancha

1. U-Co Juarez

Let the wonderful team at U-Co Juarez introduce their hostel because they say it so well…

” COLIVE, COWORK, AND COMMUNITY. We are a small community of like-minded people looking to connect and enjoy what CDMX has to offer. Welcome to the #ucofam!”

This is our favorite hostel in Mexico City.

I mean, just look at those privacy-led dorm rooms!

What’s nice is that this is a cozy place, accommodating a maximum of 24 people spread over shared and private rooms.

In fact, the capsule rooms only have 4 beds each, designed to fit a single person with plenty of room to stretch out.

What makes the capsules so exciting? How about:

  • Sliding privacy door
  • Lighting
  • Shelf & charging outlet
  • Memory foam mattress
  • Lockable drawer

When you’re not sleeping, make the most of the work desk spaces and lounge area. When you’re not working you can chill with Netflix or simply relax.

The team here often organises some activities including mezcal tasting and lucha libre – don’t miss out!

Also: U-Co is an eco-friendly hostel and provides basics such as shampoo, lotion & soap so that you needn’t use plastic bottles.

U-Co Juarez is the top place to stay in Mexico City for:

  • Digital nomads
  • Backpackers
Book U-Co Juarez here

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U-Co Juarez is one of the best hostels in Mexico City, Mexico
U-Co Juarez is one of the best hostels in Mexico City, Mexico
U-Co Juarez is one of the best hostels in Mexico City, Mexico
U-Co Juarez
U-Co Juarez is one of the best hostels in Mexico City, Mexico
U-Co Juarez is one of the best hostels in Mexico City, Mexico

2. Hostel Home

 Hostel Home is one of the best hostels in Roma Mexico City. It is the perfect place for meeting other travelers. Why?

It’s a warm family-run and open-minded house that welcomes diversity in all its glory.

The owners love to promote art, community living, and local buying, and it’s evident that this has been built into the overall hostel vibe.

Hostel Home allows you to be part of their family as you share ideas, travel stories, music, and food. Staff also love to share local tips!

“We offer you more than just a bed but also a great alternative experience forged at the core of the mexican identity.”

What about rooms? Choose from:

  • Basic double room
  • Female dorm
  • Mixed dorm

Each dorm bed comes with a large locker to store valuables which is really nice.

Whilst there aren’t any crazy parties to join, instead you can enjoy sleeping on a quiet street and make the most of a relaxed, super-friendly atmosphere.

Location: Hostel Home is 10 minutes’ walk from Sevilla and Insurgentes Metro Stations. Mexico Park, Plaza Condesa, Glorieta Insurgentes, and Foro del Tejedor are within walking distance.

Hostel Home is the best hostel in Mexico City for:

  • Peace seekers
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Hostel Home Lobby
Hostel Home Lobby
Hostel Home Restaurant
Hostel Home Restaurant
Hostel Home Living Room
Hostel Home Living Room

3. Viajero CDMX Centro Hostel

Viajero CDMX Centro Hostel is another of the city’s charming gems, located right in the historic center, blending design and urban art with a rich Mexican vibe.

From exploring nearby iconic sights like Zocalo, Palacio de Bellas Artes, and Templo Mayor to unwinding at the hostel with great food, drinks, and fellow travelers, this hostel is unforgettable – and very social!

Enjoy spacious dorms or private rooms, entertaining activities, or remote work setups.

Their staff is super friendly staff and your stay’s amenities include salsa dancing lessons – although this is one of the more expensive options we’ve tried, we think it’s worth every penny (if you have them). 

Facilities & Amenities:

  • Shared lounge, terrace, restaurant, and bar.
  • Patio
  • Workspaces for remote work, meetings, or calls.
  • Shared activities such as salsa dance class and welcome drinks.
  • Table tennis, darts, and karaoke.
  • Continental or American breakfast options.
  • 24-hour front desk, airport transportation, tour desk, and concierge service.

Location: Situated in the heart of the historic center of Mexico City, on a pedestrian street near iconic places like Palacio de Bellas Artes, Zocalo, the Cathedral, the Templo Mayor, and La Alameda Park. Easy access to public transport.

This one is great for:

  • Solo female travelers (they also have a female-only dorm)
Book Viajero CDMX Centro Hostel here

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Viajero CDMX Centro Hostel Dorms
Viajero CDMX Centro Hostel Dorms
Viajero CDMX Centro Hostel Lounge
Viajero CDMX Centro Hostel Lounge
Viajero CDMX Centro Hostel Patio
Viajero CDMX Centro Hostel Patio

4. Casa Pancha

Casa Pancha is an amazing hostel.

The property is beautifully designed and still feels brand new. We liked the nice extra touch such as good showers, fluffy towels, free breakfast, and free toiletries. 

Casa Pancha has two common areas. One on the second floor with a fridge and another one on the fourth floor with a kitchen. Free breakfast is served for all guests from 8 a.m. in the common area with the kitchen.

There is also free filtered water and coffee available at any time.

All of the staff are super friendly and helpful. The place has a calm atmosphere but there is still plenty of activities to get involved with.

We can recommend it to anyone who is interested in a social hostel, but not a party hostel.

There is plenty of space to chill and you can also join activities such as “Sunday family dinner” which is fun, and means you get to meet loads of people as well!

To be connected with people staying at Casa Pancha they have a WhatsApp Group (the invite code to join is at the reception). In this WhatsApp group, current activities are announced as well as tips for restaurants, etc.

Location: Set in Mexico City and with Chapultepec Castle reachable within 1.6 km, Casa Pancha offers concierge services, non-smoking rooms, a shared lounge, free WiFi throughout the property, and a terrace. 

This is one of the best Mexico City hostels for:

  • Digital Nomads
Book Casa Pancha here

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Casa Pepe Bar
Casa Pepe Bar
Casa Pancha Room
Casa Pancha Room
Casa Pancha Dorm
Casa Pancha Dorm
Casa Pancha Dining Room
Casa Pancha Dining Room

What about the cheapest hostels in Mexico Ciudad?

Of course, there are always cheap hostels.

We think it’s not worth it to go with the cheapest hostel out there.

Why?

The quality differs a lot, and a lot of amenities are not included. This can be breakfast or linen. The quality also drops dramatically.

But okay, we get it. if you are traveling on a shoestring budget and you wanna save every penny, there are ways to find the cheapest places in Split.

  1. Open Hostelworld with a full list of budget places to stay in Mexico City
  2. Order the listing by price

Simple as that.

Make sure you use then the other filters and rank per price. Also keep a close eye on the ratings, especially the “extreme ratings”. Meaning, the best and worst.

These ratings can give great insight into what to expect.

Yet again, we recommend going for one of the options above. There’s a good reason we handpicked these places for us and you. They are all safe, clean, and cool!

Best Hostels in Mexico City for Solo Travellers

It’s not always easy traveling solo. Sometimes you crave time alone, other times you desperately seek interaction.

So, as a solo backpacker, what are the best places to stay in Mexico City? No worries; we’ve got you covered, no matter what type of solo traveler you are.

Let’s recap on the previously mentioned best Mexico City hostels for solo travelers:

Last but not least; let’s have a look at a great option for solo travellers looking to socialize and meet new people.

Welcome to Massiosare El Hostel.

Secure your spot in the 13-bed dorm here and let the socialising commence! You’ll find no privacy curtains here so put your phone down and get to know your roomies.

There’s also a large spacious communal area and two kitchens. Massiosare Hostel Mexico City is definitely a good place to stay.

Good to know: Vegetarians have one of the kitchens all to themselves – how cool is that?!

Book Massiosare El Hostel here

Compare prices and read reviews at Hostelworld

Massiosare El Hostel one of the best hostels in Mexico City for solo travellers

Best Party Hostel in Mexico City

For a minute there we weren’t sure there was such a thing as a party hostel in Mexico City.

Yet thanks to our dedicated research, we found a great option for the party lovers out there!

Experience a fantastic atmosphere at Hostal Regina three blocks from the city’s main square. The best party hostel Mexico City has to offer!

Every Friday and Saturday electronic DJs create a party atmosphere on the rooftop. Don’t miss out on the signature margaritas and mojitos! Ask the bartender for their secret recipes. Back at home, you can then do your homemade margaritas with their secrets and these recipes here.

Recover the next morning with complimentary coffee and croissant.

Book Hostal Regina here

Compare prices and read reviews at: Booking.com | Hostelworld

Hostal Regina one of the best party hostels in Mexico City, Mexico

More Mexico City hostels worth a mention

Excited about backpacking in Mexico and ready to book your favorite hostel? If you are still looking for more options, stay until the end of this article for more Mexico hostels.

We are telling you that you can stay at the best hotels in Mexico City but you will not get the same fun and experience when staying at hostels. Try it and you’ll love it.

Hostel Mundo Joven Catedral

Hostel Mundo Joven Catedral is a basic hostel with what you need. The hostel has a rooftop for you to enjoy the view over the neighborhood.

Their kitchen and patio is a great place to make friends. There is no TV room but the social atmosphere is so good. You will be forced to be social.

Hostel Highlights:

  • Free WiFi
  • Non-smoking rooms
  • Restaurant
  • 24-hour front desk
  • Terrace
  • Bar

Location: Hostel Mundo Joven Catedral is located in the historic center of Mexico City. Alameda Central Park and Bellas Artes Palace are a 10-minute walk away. Allende Metro Station and Zocalo metro station are 250 m away. Templo Mayor ruins and museum is 200 m away.

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Hostel Mundo Joven Catedral

Casa Pepe

Certainly a top choice in Mexico City for solo travelers and couples! This place is your answer to where to stay in Mexico City in style!

Casa Pepe is the type of hostel where the saying ‘mi casa es tu casa’ really starts to make sense!

If you’re looking for a cultural experience mixed in with some history and music; this is the hostel for you.

You can expect a rooftop terrace with a bar and even a swimming pool. Both the double rooms and dorms are luxurious. The bunk beds come with privacy curtains, lockers, lights, and power outlets.

Luxury seekers will be happy as all of the rooms – dorms included – are classed as deluxe.

This includes…

  • A private bathroom
  • Premium, ready-made beds
  • Mini + suitcase lockers
  • Personal sockets

The female-only dorm is certainly an awesome option if you prefer it.

Wonderful: This is a child and pet-friendly hostel.

There’s a spacious rooftop area here which, by the way, comes with a delightful bar.

Wind down and relax up there after you’ve filled up on the free and fresh quesadilla breakfast.

For readers that are safety conscious; there is a friendly guard on the door at Casa Pepe that will help put your mind at rest.

Looking for something fun and free to do?

There is a walking tour you can join, plus many other daily activities arranged by the staff including:

  • in-house concerts
  • tequila tastings and
  • ‘Lucha Libre’ fights

In fact, the staff here is super lovely and previous guests rave about their hospitality!

No matter the event, you’re asked to keep the silence after 11 pm.

Most of the main sights are within walking distance and a subway station is close by. So, again, the location is top and your simple answer to what area to stay in is Mexico City.

Casa Pepe is the coolest accommodation in Mexico City for:

  • Female Solo Travellers
  • Couples
  • Travelers of 40+
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Casa Pepe
Casa Pepe
Casa Pepe Bar
Casa Pepe Bar
Casa Pepe Lounge
Casa Pepe Lounge
Casa Pepe Dorm
Casa Pepe Dorm

Metro Hostal Boutique

Metro Hostal Boutique is what you call a home away from home.  Backpackers will enjoy the modern look of the hostel.

Rooms are spacious, clean, and tidy, with comfortable, warm beds. The hostel is surrounded by hundreds of bars, cafes, and restaurants all within walking distance.

Hostel Highlights:

  • Free WiFi
  • Pets allowed
  • Terrace
  • Delicious free breakfast

Location: Metro Hostal Boutique is around 2.8 km from Chapultepec Castle, 2.9 km from the United States Embassy, and 3.8 km from Museo de Arte Popular. National Museum of Anthropology is 4 km from the accommodation, while Museo de Memoria y Tolerancia is 4.4 km away. The nearest airport is Benito Juarez International Airport, 12 km from Metro Hostal Boutique.

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Metro Hostal Boutique

Selina Mexico City Downtown

As soon as you enter Selina Mexico City Downtown, you will feel a nice atmosphere and meet the friendly staff.

The hostel is clean and nicely decorated. They have double, triple, and quadruple rooms with private and spacious bathrooms.

This hostel will make you feel like you are staying in a downtown hotel in Mexico City but with much more!

Hostel Highlights:

  • Airport shuttle
  • Non-smoking rooms
  • Restaurant
  • Free WiFi
  • Pets allowed
  • Bar
  • Breakfast

Compare prices and read reviews at: Booking.com | Hostelworld 

Selina Mexico City Downtown
Location: Situated in the historic district of Mexico City, Selina Community Mexico City Downtown is close to Salto del Agua Metro Station, and only a 15 minutes’ walk from the Zócalo Square. Selina Community Mexico City Downtown is 10 minutes’ walk from Bellas Artes and close to Mexico City’s main tourist attractions. It is also 23 minutes away from Mexico City Airport.

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Hostal Amigo Suites Downtown

Hostel Amigo Suites Downtown has a very bright interior so if you are into something lively and bright, you have to stay here.

The hostel has private rooms with bathrooms and dorm rooms that are suited to your needs.

The staff is friendly and very helpful in suggesting and explaining how to find local attractions.

Hostel Highlights:

  • Non-smoking rooms
  • Free WiFi
  • 24-hour front desk
  • Terrace
  • Bar
  • Good breakfast

Location: Hostal Amigo Suites is located in central Mexico City, just 3 3-minute walk from the city’s Metropolitan Cathedral. The hostel is 5 minutes’ walk from Allende and Zócalo Capitalino Metro Stations. For an extra charge, the hostel offers guided tours of the Teotihuacan Ruins, located a 40-minute drive away. Mexico City Airport is just 15 minutes drive away.

Book Hostal Amigo Suites Downtown here

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Hostal Amigo Suites Downtown

Hostel Suites DF

Hostel Suites DF is another backpacker hostel Mexico City has to offer.

It is a good place for meeting and interacting with people. They have an outdoor terrace where you can swap travel tips with other guests from all over the world.

Hostel Suites DF offers free breakfast to guests. Have your privacy with their private bedrooms and enjoy the social vibe in their dorm rooms.

Hostel Highlights:

  • Free Breakfast
  • Free City Maps
  • Game Room
  • Free Internet Access
  • Outdoor Terrace

Location: Hostel Suites DF is located downtown. Monumento a la Revolución, a 6-minute walk away while  Bellas Artes for fine art and performance is just 15 minutes on foot. The hostel is 54 minutes away from the airport.

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Hostel Suites DF

Mexiqui Zocalo (360-degree views across Mexico City)

Let’s move on to a smaller hostel inside a newly remodeled 1950s building; Mexiqui Zocalo.

The original style of the building has been merged with awesome artwork and clever use of space.

In total, there are only 9 rooms, all of which are fresh, modern, and cozy.

Choose from:

  • 6, 9, or 15-bed mixed dorm
  • 6-bed female dorm
  • 5-bed male dorm
  • Double private

Yep, you read that correctly – there’s a male-only dorm here!

Book Mexiqui Zocalo here

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Mexiqui Zocalo one of the best hostels in Mexico City, Mexico
Mexiqui Zocalo

Gael Condesa (homely vibes)

Gael Condesa is a community of artists, designers, and architects who work in the offices located on the premises.

This bubbly bunch loves to meet new people and strives to make their guests feel incredibly welcome.

They also enjoy a drink or two so solo travellers can make friends quickly here!

Here you will only find dorm rooms available with 6 and 8-bed options.

Create your own private space in a shared room with

  • walls that separate one bed from the next
  • a curtain
  • personal light and a power socket

Linen is also included which always brings a smile to our face, yours too?

Note: Gael has a separate property offering luxurious suites and private options, too.

Book Gael Condesa here

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Gael Condesa one of the best hostels in Mexico City, Mexico
Gael Condesa

IzZzleep  (Benito Juarez International Airport)

On a quick stopover or prefer to be super close to the airport before your early flight the next day?

IzZzleep is your answer to both of those things! It just happens to be located inside Terminal 1 of Benito Juarez International Airport – how handy is that?!

As you can see, you’ll get a good night’s sleep thanks to the epic out-of-this-world capsule beds.

You’ll have pretty much all you need inside the capsule, including a Wi-Fi connection.

Book IzZzleep here

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IzZzleep is one of the best hostels in Mexico City, Mexico
IzZzleep is one of the best hostels in Mexico City, Mexico
IzZzleep is one of the best hostels in Mexico City, Mexico
IzZzleep is one of the best hostels in Mexico City, Mexico

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Our Favorite Hostels in Mexico City put on a map + sights

Right then, let’s put the hostels on a map. It’s all ready for you down below.

We’ve also gone as far as adding the top sights of Mexico City including:

  • Chapultepec
  • National Museum of Anthropology
  • Historic Centre of Mexico City
  • Zocalo
  • Chapultepec Castle
  • Basilica Museum
  • Palacio de Bellas Artes
  • The Angel of Independence

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The easiest way to get around Mexico City at a reasonable price is by taking the Mexico City Hop-on Hop-off Sightseeing Bus.

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