Hotel Habita

Address: Avenida Presidente Masaryk 201, Mexico City, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 11560, Mexico | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located in the Polanco area of Mexico City, is near Polanco, Museo Rufino Tamayo, Avenida Presidente Masaryk, and Away Spa.
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        • Swimming pool
        • Restaurant
        • Bar/lounge
        • Fitness/Health center


        • Free High-Speed Internet
        • Wheelchair accessibility
        • Free parking
        • Pets allowed


        • Shuttle bus service
        • Room service
        • Continental Breakfast

        TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Habita Mexico City

        3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

        Travel Blogs from Mexico City

        A Walk in the Park

        A travel blog entry by benjandkori on May 24, 2015

        1 comment, 14 photos

        ... a tamarind snack with chilli, sugar and lime. It came in a ball in the bottom of a plastic cup with a straw with additional sweet tamarind dough wrapped around it. It wasn't the most delicious food he has tried on this trip. He wasn't even able to finish it, which is very unusual for a man who has regularly been called a human dustbin. We parted ways with Martin and Pilar at the Contemporary Art Museum on the edge of the ...

        Mexico City

        A travel blog entry by jmrowantravel on Jan 02, 2015

        18 photos

        ... in. The wheels are rubber tyres making it a very smooth ride. Then a short overland train ride to reach our first sight, Xochimilco (floating gardens), 20 km outside Mexico City.
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        Originally these were floating gardens but the trees planted on these ...

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        A travel blog entry by linzandthehiv on Jul 29, 2014

        2 comments, 11 photos

        ... things, namely--"Things will be different, but don't despair if things don't turn out the way you expect; roll with it and you'll be fine" and "Don't eat street fruit") So I didn't get much sleep and consequently I walked off the plane at Benito Juarez International Airport in a bit of a daze. In fact, I was in such a daze that I followed the customs barricade directly out of the terminal without picking up my checked luggage--which meant having to go back ...

        Zocalo, Cathedral, Wrestling and Semana Santa

        A travel blog entry by livingthedream on Apr 16, 2014

        13 photos

        ... a home made periscope (see picture) for 10 pesos. You will need it to get a good view against 2 million others!

        Catch the metro – I personally believe there is no other way to see a place… Feel the culture. See what people wear, what they carry, where they are going AND what they are selling!!! On one short trip the following was being sold in my carriage – Tic Tacs’, CD’s, scissors, binoculars, torches, chocolates, sweets, ...

        Gorditas and shy Mexicans

        A travel blog entry by aidanellis9 on Jan 20, 2014

        ... another great dish to experience. Home to renya apartment which was a very basic room she shared with 3 other girls in which they really kept to themselves. Nice hot shower something u never take for granted and practised my spainish I want to make a good impression in Central and South America so learning some spainish is a must. Tomorrow it would experience down town Mexico City and explore the largest ...