Mexico City, Mexico

Discover Inspirato’s striking ultra-modern home within the central, wooded neighborhood of Bosques de las Lomas in electric Mexico City. Luxuriously private with surrounding water features and gardens, Casa Rombos is truly an oasis among the vibrant sprawl of Mexico City. Guests can enjoy this unique home’s pool, hot tub, and rooftop deck nearly year-round due to Mexico’s temperate climate.

Mexico City’s bustling megatropolis provides a vibrant mix of historic architecture, a booming culinary scene, and avant-garde culture.

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Ancient History Meets Contemporary Edge

Mexico’s capital city is sure to defy what you thought you knew about it. The complex megatropolis of Mexico City is an intoxicating mix of layered history, cosmopolitan culture, and authentic adventure. Go back in time as you visit pre-Hispanic pyramids and ruins, tour Spanish colonial churches, and boat down ancient canals. Or stroll through chic shopping districts that rival Europe’s, take in the dynamic contemporary art scene, and dine at some of the world’s best restaurants. A city of contrasts and superlatives—Mexico City’s electric and vibrant sprawl is gaining the attention of tastemakers around the globe.

Quick Facts

  • Suggested Airport
    Benito Juárez International Airport (MEX)
  • Currency
    Mexican peso
  • Time Zone
    One hour behind NYC
  • Average Temperature
    70℉ in summer; 55℉ in winter
  • Language
    Spanish

Fresh Things To Do


  • Templo Mayor

    Unearthed accidentally in 1978 by electricians, these ancient ruins were once the thriving center of the Aztec empire. The ruins, etched with prehistoric drawings, have become an archaeological site and museum.

  • Bosque de Chapultepec

    Hang with the locals at this scenic park that’s double the size of New York’s Central Park. There’s a zoo, botanical garden, lake, and much more—plus plenty of green space to have a picnic.

  • Museo Frida Kahlo

    Visit the house where Mexican painter Frida Kahlo was born, lived, and died. The home has been impeccably preserved and displays artifacts from her everyday life, diaries, and half-finished portraits.

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Weather


  • Forecasting Your Mexico City Vacation

    Mexico City sits at 7,382 feet above sea level and enjoys a fairly temperate climate year-round. The temperature hovers around 70 degrees most of the year, but can dip into the 40s in the evenings, especially in the winter months. The best time to visit is March through May when weather tends to be warm and dry. May to October are rainier than average, though there will still often be entire days of sunshine.

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Map of Mexico City, Mexico

Google Maps satellite images are not always up-to-date, especially in non-U.S. destinations. Some Inspirato accommodations are located in developments built after images were last updated. Our pin placements represent our best location estimates, but actual locations may vary.

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