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Hotel Century Zona Ros. Located in the heart of Mexico City, Zona Rosa.
Located in the heart of the safest area in Mexico City, the popular Zona Rosa, and featuring stylish and contemporary facilities, Century Zona Rosa Hotel is the perfect retreat for both executive and leisure travelers looking to experience the most comfortable stay in the best 5-Star Hotel in Mexico City.

The Hotel Century Zona Rosa shown at left. Notice how each room has a terrace so you can have awesome views of the city from your balcony.

Enjoy the ultimate luxury and comforts in any one of their 140 accommodations, comfortable and totally furnished with exceptional amenities and balconies with views of the city.

This Zona Rosa Hotel offers you modern facilities with pool, gym, restaurant and bar services.

A top choice for corporate travelers, Century Zona Rosa offers complimentary Wi-Fi, function rooms for meetings and presentations and unique business services that distinguish Century from other luxury Hotels in Mexico City

complimentary High Speed Internet in your room

By being a cosmopolitan city, you can find all kinds of activities, nearby the hotel Century Zona Rosa. An ideal location in Mexico City.

Such as the Bellas Artes Palace, Historical center, La Basilica, Garibaldi, plaza internationally known due to the traditional Mexican Mariachi, the wax museum, Zona Rosa, here you will find all kinds of night clubs and restaurants of all kinds of food. From Chinese to Italian to Indian. All right near the hotel Century Zona Rosa

Nearby the monument of the Independence Angel is Chapultepec castle, Chapultepec Zoo, National auditorium.

You can enjoy from a tour in a Tour-bus around the most important tourist zones of Mexico City.

Or even fly higher than a kite over the mystical pyramids to the north of the city.
Fly over the Pyramids of the Sol y Luna in a hot air ballon Yolanda says 'the higher you are the better the view'

Hotel Century Zona Rosa Mexico City ideal locationDistances:

International Airport
20 minutes
World Trade Center
20 minutes
National Auditorium
12 minutes
Bellas Artes Palace
5 minutes
USA Embassy
15 minutes
Trade Chamber Business Center
8 minutes
Zona Rosa
0 minutes

guest says:
Son muy amables y atentos a su trabajo, el hotel en general esta excelente, la ubicacion puedes caminar por toda reforma y zocalo sin necesidad de automovil

Notice behind the flatscreen cable TV the girl waiting in the bed. Just click anywhere on this photo to see what she says.

The remote is just to the side of the fresh fruit on the coffee table.

Hotel Century Zona Rosa Mexico City ideal locationThe hotel has a rooftop swimming pool with views you will never forget on your trip to Mexico City, see the city at night from the rooftop; Hotel Century Zona Rosa in Mexio City also has buffet service which offers breakfast, lunch and dinner service. 

During lunch a musician plays the piano. Located on the lower level of hotel


great food in a great restaurant


Accomodations amenities

  • Cable/Satellite television
  • Daily housekeeping
  • Laundry service
  • Room service
  • Telephone
  • Wake-up calls

2% discount October 15th thru December 31st 2015

plus free discount coupons from our website | free internet | free buffet breakfast

The only way to book Hotel Century Zona Rosa in Mexico is witht the buffet breakfast.
Click the small green arrow to the left and see what I mean.
Eggs the way you want them. Crisp bacon. Sausage. Breakfast rolls. Croissants. Or toast. Fresh fruit.
Delicious coffee. Fresh juices.
Mexican specialties like huevos rancheros.
How many Mexico City hotels of this level have bed and breakfast offered at this price?


Hotel Century Zona Rosa Mexico City ideal location

prices in PESOS per night STANDARD ROOM B&B including (buffet breakfast) including taxes

room single double extra person
lujo queen bed 1400 1420 500
lujo 2 camas double 1590 1610 510
*plus free discounts | free local calls | free internet
jr suite king bed 1790 1810 na
suite king bed 2090 2110 na
suite two queen beds 2200 2240 520
lujo queen one or two adults
lujo 2 camas four adults
suites king one adults
suites with two beds up to four adults
children up to 2 free children up to 12 years   up to 4 people per room

convert dollars to pesos as prices above are in PESOS

prices in USD per night for ROOM shown B&B lodgings only European Plan not including taxes 2016

dates single double extra person suites
Standard lujo 72 74 21
jr suite 84 85 21
*plus free discounts | free local calls | free internet
add 19% taxes to prices
high speed internet in all suites free use of gym and pool unlimited local phone calls two bottles of water daily

prices in PESOS per night for ROOM shown B&B lodgings only European Plan including taxes 2016 and 2017

lodging single double extra person suites
Standard lujo 1570 1600 390
jr suite 1980 1990 400
*plus free discounts | free local calls | free internet
all taxes included
high speed internet in all suites free use of gym and pool unlimited local phone calls two bottles of water daily

prices in USD per night for ROOM shown B&B FOR (buffet breakfast) including taxes 2016

dates single double extra person
Standard lujo 13.90 27.80 13.90
jr suite 13.90 27.80 13.90
*plus free discounts | free local calls | free internet

From 10 rooms on constitutes a group. Groups must pre-pay bell boys which is $45 pesos per person in and out or $90 per person plus $65 per room per night for maids.
For every 20 rooms paid, one room courtesy.
Plus for groups we provide discounts to download from our website valid throughout Mexico
And discount airport transfers for your group

Hotel Century Zona Rosa Mexico City ideal location

early booking discounts either EP or BB plan
early booking bonus animation fun animation you don't want to miss

amount of discount number days reserved before arrival
1% 1 to 7
1% 8 to 30
1% 31 to 45
2% 46 days and more

A few steps from the Angel de la Independencia and only a couple of blocks away from the Reforma and Insurgentes Avenue, Century Zona Rosa Hotel places you close to excellent attractions, malls, plazas, historical monuments and city icons.

Make now your reservation in this website and enjoy packages and the view from this rooftop pool (it's cool), deals and the lowest rates available in our 5-Star Hotel in Mexico City.

in all rooms free use of pool on the 22nd floor. what a view

luxury room:
♣ alarm clock
♣ Balcony
♣ cable TV
♣ Coffee maker
♣ cribs available
♣ desk
♣ hair dryer
♣ heating
♣ iron
♣ ironing board
♣ vanity mirror
♣ no smoking rooms
♣ flat LCD/Plasma
♣ Room Service
♣ safes
♣ showers y
♣ phone in bathrooms
♣ Servicio de Despertador
♣ wireless internet

jr suite:
♣ all the above plus king bed in larger room

♣ all the above plus two queen beds in larger room
A truly superior hotel in Mexico City, the Century Zona Rosa Hotel Suite features generous spaces and exceptional amenities. Equipped with one king size bed or two queen size beds, these Suites feature a maximum capacity of 6 people and stand out for offering a small living room, balconies with view to the city and a work table perfect for the business traveler, among many other amenities that will make your stay in our Zona Rosa Hotel a very memorable experience -

Get on the ball and stay at the Century Zona Rosa .
Don't be like little Jack Horner
in the corner
Stay in the best location in Mexico City

This hotel offers guestrooms in a construction offering views; Swimming pool; Gym; Restaurant; Bar; Rooms and Suites with view of the city. Plus
♥ Discount on tickets to the Wax Museum
♥ Discounts on tickets to the Ripley Museum
♥ Discount on Six Flags tickets
♥ Bicycle allowance (on request)

The construction is chic and is located in one of the main avenues of Mexico City.

With your booking enjoy discount coupons you may use in other Mexican cities. Shopping.


Tax refunds on purchases.
Photo discounts when swimming with dolphins in Cancun.

La Ciudad de México fue fundada por los aztecas hace 678 años.
Todavía podemos observar vestigios prehispánicos en los templos y monumentos que los antiguos construyeron.
La traza actual del Centro Histórico, lleno de edificios civiles y religiosos, plazas y monumentos, da testimonio del periodo colonial y, cotidianamente, podemos vivir la experiencia de una ciudad del siglo XXI cerca del hotel Century Zona Rosa ; con sus imponentes rascacielos, sus vías rápidas, sus centros comerciales, sus atractivos y servicios turísticos que la convierten en una metrópoli incomparable.

Hotel Century Zona Rosa Mexico City health club or gym shown
To the right the gym which you may use during your stay at the hotel.
Did you know:
Exercises are essential for maintaining the fitness levels of the body and also for improving the immune system of the body.
Exercises are very similar to the regular cleaning that you do to keep your house clean from dust and other harmful particles.
Through exercises the body flushes out some of the harmful toxins and energies from the body and thus our internal system is able to work much better.
Through exercises blood is pumped to the heart and other organs and thus the body has a much better flow of oxygen, which is a BIG advantage for your health.
So book Hotel Century. Use the gym and be healthy happy and wise.

Quien es Century Zona Rosa:
Fundada hace más de 15 años, Hoteles Century diseñados para brindar la mejor combinación de comodidad y servicio, a quienes viajan de negocios o por placer.
Hotel Century ofrece.
Habitaciones completamente equipadas y ofrecen una amplia gama de servicios.

The hotel is one block from a park and near Calle Pedrera near Aveninda Reforma in Zona Centro of Mexico City.

Dont forget to visit the Museum of Mexico City on Pino Suárez No. 30, which is not far away from the hotel.
Abierto de martes a domingo de 10 a 17 hrs.
Enrada general $22 pesos
Descuento del 50% a estudiantes y maestros con credencial vigente
Miércoles entrada libre
Las exhibiciones temporales muestran la obra de artistas plásticos que nos expresan, a través de sus colores y técnicas, las múltiples formas de Mirar y sentir la Ciudad de México

Misma Avenida Reforma hasta Chapultepec (Av. Paseo de la Reforma y calzada Gandhi s/n, Col. Chapultepec) es el Museo Nacional de Antropología .

El museo, sin importar días festivos o periodos vacacionales, abre sus puertas de martes a domingo de 9:00 a 19:00 hrs. Los únicos días en que permanece cerrado son los lunes.
¿Puedo tomar fotografías del museo y de sus salas de exhibición? Sí, siempre y cuando no se utilicen cámaras profesionales, flash o tripié.
Hay salas de indigenas, Toltecas, Mayas, Mexicas, Oaxaca, y los nahuas.

More about Avennida Reforma:
One of Mexico City's most outstanding avenues is Paseo de la Reforma on which Hotel Century is close by.
Along its central extension stand fine examples of architecture, ancient residential areas, fashionable venues, embassies, exclusive art galleries with all forms of paintings, and spectacular monuments from Mexican history.

During the mid-19th Century, a new urban model was proposed by the administration of emperor Maximilian of Hapsburg: the construction of an avenue which would communicate Mexico City, starting from the Bucareli roundabout, with Chapultepec Castle. Laid out diagonally and originally named The Emperor's Avenue (which sounded better than Maximilian Street) , it was conceived as an ample, 12-kilometer long boulevard. which is now called Aveninda Reforma with the Diana Fountain; taking advantage of this tree-lined expanse, a series of monuments honoring key episodes in Mexico's history were erected during the Porfirio Diaz regime.
These include the monument to Christopher Columbus in 1876, statues of the Republic's heroes, statues to inept past presidents avoided; the interesting monument to Cuauhtemoc in 1887, and the Independence Monument, which was inaugurated in 1910.
A new landmark and symbol for the city, the victorious winged statue that crowns the column of this monument was adopted by the city's inhabitants as their guardian angel.
Perhaps evoking the influence of Columbus, the new residential areas of Mexico City are named colonias or maybe because of the influence of cologne (after shave).
Typical examples of these are the Cuauhtemoc and Juarez areas or Colonia Centro, with their Porfirian origins and which today form part of the heart of the city. The Cuauhtemoc colonia brings together French, art deco, neocolonial, functionalist and post-modern architectural styles.
Although this is still a residential area, a pleasant tour can be had through its streets where the Carranza House, the French Institute for Latin America (IFAL), the Japanese embassy and several exclusive restaurants can be seen.

The most visited is the Zona Rosa or The Pink Zone and Polanco.
Towards the southern limits of the Paseo de la Reforma lies the Juarez colonia, the most central area of which is occupied by the Pink Zone (Zona Rosa) With the best Mexico City hotels.
The tranquility formerly enjoyed by the families and foreign diplomats who inhabited its stately Parisian-style mansions has slowly succumbed, starting in the 50's, to busy streets lined with hotels, businesses, restaurants, bars, offices and movie theaters that make up this area today so it's much more fun.
This commercial emphasis does not detract from its charm, and it is a convenient area to stay in. Here can be found the main art galleries in the city, as well as well-known nightclubs, the Pink Zone is still an attractive area.
Polanco is located just in front of Chapultepec park and it is one of the most dynamic areas in the city.
In this neighbourhood you'll be able fo find the most sophisticated restaurants and the best shopping district.
The main attraction of Polanco is being residential and commercial at the same time.
Elegant flats and boutiques turn the area into a strategic business hub.
Nevertheless it still has its original atmosphere, great dinner options and at night it offers some of the best clubs in the city.
Reforma extends even further being, as it is, one of the longest avenues in the city. To the northeast it leads to Tlatelolco and La Villa, while to the southwest it crosses Chapultepec, to eventually climb into the Las Lomas neighborhood from where it finally leads into Santa Fe and Cuajimalpa.

Mexico City is the one of the most important cities in Latin America, with a population over 25 million, an area of more than 1,500 square kilometers, and architecture that ranges from historic Spanish colonial buidings to modern office buildings.

This great metropolis has over 75 museums, archaeological sites, and many more attractions, including the Templo Mayor, the Archaeology Museum, Frida Kahlo Museum, Bellas Artes, The National Palace, The Mexico City Cathedral and many others.
♦ The metro (subway) Insurgentes stop is a few short blocks from the Hotel Century Zona Rosa.

♦ The metro is a popular way of getting around the capital as driving can incur delays of an hour to go from one end of the city to the other.
Remember Mexico City is densly populated with many vehicles
Mexico City suffers from serious public transport issues, with congested main roads and highways, especially downtown.

♦ The inauguration of the Metro was only 7.9 miles long, serving only 16 stations, and opened to the public on September 4 1969.
Today just one line, the number 12 runs from Mixcoac to Tláhuac, serving southern Mexico City for the first time. With 24.31 kilometres or 15.11 miles, just for this one line, it is the longest line in the whole system.

♦ Each metro station is identified by a minimalist logo related to the name of the station or the area around it.
(The station named after my mother-in-law has an elephant.)
This is because, at the time of the first line's opening, Mexico's illiteracy rate was extremely high.
As of 1960, 38% of Mexicans over the age of five were illiterate and only 5.6% of Mexicans over the age of six had completed more than six years of school.
And that refers to the teachers.

♦ There are 12 lines totaling over 100 miles of track.

♦ Two lines go to Bellas Artes. Both the 2 and 8.
Take the 5 out to Autobuses del Norte to visit the pyramids.
1 goes to Chpultepec. The station logo depicts a grasshopper. So for those who can't read just look for the grasshopper.
♦ Chapultepec station has an information desk; the station forecourt also contains a collection of retail stores, including a clothes boutique, a drugstore and a record store.

♦ Metro Coyoacán is a metro station along Line 3 of the Mexico City Metro.
outside the station lies the "Centro Coyoacan" shopping mall, Radio Formula and Bancomer headquarters. It is also close to the Cineteca Nacional and Coyoacán district.
The station logo depicts a coyote. In fact, the Náhuatl word Coyohuacan does mean place of the coyotes.
Hotel Century Zona Rosa means great value and security.
♦ Indios Verdes is a terminal station on the Mexico City Metro. Indios Verdes, located in the northern ends of Mexico City, is the currently the last station for the Metro's Line 3.
Indios Verdes literally means "Green Indians".
No Martians as far as we know never steped foot in this city.
The station and its surrounding area have this name because of nearby monuments to two Aztec emperors, Itzcoatl and Ahuizotl.
Both statues – were made of cast bronze, and the metal has turned green with the passage of time.
People thinking this was the original intent of the artist figured these indians were green.
This terminal station plays an important role in transportation for both Mexico City and areas of the surrounding state of México. The station has many entrances and exits connecting to buses and towns like Tepexpan and Otumba.

♦ The Panteones Station was named this way because it is close to two old graveyards, the Spanish and the British graveyards.
It is said that in the tunnel connecting Station Panteones to Station Tacuba, you can hear knocks on the tunnel walls and shadows a few feet ahead that dissapear as you get close.
It is also said that after closing time you can hear screams in several tunnels. It is a constant among subway workers; they all agree there is something very eerie down there.
♦ What causes these sounds? What do you think?

Mexico City Chapultapec Park and museums not far from Hotel Century Zona Rosa
Mexico City shopping and area information with metro photo
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Fly over the Pyramids of the Sol y Luna in a hot air ballon Yolanda says 'the higher you are the better the view'
The miracle of the Virgin of Guadalupe not far from the hotel you can visit the Bascilica
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a guest from Denmark says:
It's been a year since I stayed at this hotel in Mexico City, but wanted to write a review so CancunSteve don't get mad at me, as I had such a pleasant surprise while staying there.
This hotel is definitely best suited for business travelers and conferees, given its ambience and decor.
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And the Century is near it all. The metro. The lovely Zona Rosa. The National Museum of Anthropology. The 18th century Chapultepec Castle. his 18th-century palace, known for its impressive gardens, served as the home of the Mexican President until 1939 and now houses the famous Museo.

Don't forget these amenities:
Bar / Lounge | Business Center with Internet Access | Fitness Center with Gym / Workout Room | Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi ) | Free Parking | Restaurant | Room Service | Swimming Pool | Wheelchair access

Rooms on higher floors have better views and are more quiet.

history of the metro in Mexico City

The idea of building a subway in Mexico City began in the 1950s, a time in which the capital city of Mexico had only four million inhabitants (today it exceeds 21 million people).

Old tramways criss-crossed the city, traffic jams began to boost, and the bus system wasn't enough to comply with all the commuter needs.
It was time for a modern mass transit solution.
The time was back in 1967 when the city government approved the construction of the first metro line.
The approval of its construction could be easily guessed: Mexico City would host the 1968 Olympics.
However, the government focused in offering a mass transit option for people living in the eastern and western sections of the city as that's where their aunts and uncles and compadres resided.
The first phase covered three lines: one having an east-west direction, another linking north and south, and a third one departing from the northwest heading to downtown, and then turning south, so it could cross the other two lines.

This is what is called a ring solution in which 3 lines cross at three different points more confusion, (rather than the cross solution in which two lines cross in one point). Line 8 was first.
After two years, the first subway line was opened on September 4, 1969. This first section runs from Zaragoza in the east, to Chapultepec in the west. At this beginning, the system had only 16 stations.

Did you know the Hotel Century Zona Rosa is two short blocks from the metro?
♣ ♦ ♠ Mexico City metro animation and subway information

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