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Deal Alert: You Can Save 61% on This Two-Night Getaway to Mexico City

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As a heads up, although Fodor’s fully endorses this deal, we receive a small commission on this transaction.

This summer, many travelers got the opportunity to fly to destinations and see something other than their backyards. The Delta variant is still a major source of worry and things are changing around the world constantly, so we’re all for flexible and fully refundable bookings this year. Travelzoo has a whole range of fully refundable deals that let you save now and travel whenever you’re ready, and this offer on a two-night stay at the Hilton Mexico City Reforma is too tempting to resist!

Hilton Mexico City Reforma has everything that you ask for from your hotel: spacious rooms with amenities, three restaurants and a lobby bar (including a restaurant with an outdoor terrace and garden), and a rooftop pool and spa. A two-night stay in a Standard King or Doubles Room costs $199 upwards. Plus, Travelzoo members also get a complimentary breakfast daily. 

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You can book this deal now and choose your travel dates whenever you’re ready (it’s valid until April 2022 with blackout dates). If you’re unable to travel, you can get a full refund. Win-win, right?

Here’s another benefit of staying at this property: location. If you want to dig into the history and culture of the colorful Mexico City, then you’ve got a great jumping point. The Paseo de la Reforma Avenue—an exciting business hub—is just two blocks away. Museo Mural Diego Rivera and Museo Memoria y Tolerancia are also minutes from the hotel. If you’re a fan of celebrated Mexican artist Frida Kahlo, then a visit to Casa Azul, where she lived and died, is a must! 

The 500-year-old city is steeped in history and the evidence is in its architecture, museums, culture, and cantinas. Can’t you just imagine yourself exploring centuries’ old markets while having chocolate-dipped churros for an early evening snack like a local? You can see spectacular art and museums, eat gourmet dishes at luxe restaurants and try local delicacies from street food vendors, and show off your salsa skills in nightclubs. And if you still have time, you can make a stop at one of the markets in Mexico City, like La Ciudadela for Mexican handicrafts or Mercado Roma for tapas and wine. 

There’s a lot to do here, so if you are considering a few more days to check off more attractions off your list, then you can extend your trip for $99 per night upwards.

Now let’s come to the logistics. The US has extended the land border ban to Mexico for all non-essential travel till September 21, but you can still fly to the country. Mexico has no quarantine or negative COVID test requirement. However, remember that you would need to take a test 72 hours before your flight back to the US (or you can travel with at-home travel kits), so definitely check with the hotel on where you can get it done locally.

As Frida Kahlo always said, Viva la Vida!