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  •  Free WiFi
  •  Handicap-accessible
  •  Parking On Site
  •  Pet-friendly
  •  Restaurant
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Chaya B & B Boutique is in the heart of Mexico City, walking distance from Alameda Central and Museo Memoria y Tolerancia. This bed & breakfast is close to Palacio de Bellas Artes and Torre Latinoamericana.


Stay in one of 11 guestrooms featuring LED televisions. Complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and cable programming is available for your entertainment. Bathrooms have showers and complimentary toiletries.

Food & Drink

A complimentary full breakfast is served daily.

How to Get There

Chaya B & B Boutique
Doctor Mora No. 9 Piso 4
Mexico City, 06050 Mexico


4.5 Very Good 143 Reviews
Reviewed 1 month ago

Chaya exceeded our expectations.
The reception staff were really friendly and helpful, the room was very comfortable and spacious. The breakfast each day was fresh and tasty. Its got a great energy.
If you don't mind a few flights of stairs to get there (no elevator), then I highly recommend this place for a few nights.

Great one-night stay
Reviewed 1 month ago

Had a great time at Chaya!! The place is as it looks in pictures. Clearly in an oldish building, but all rooms are nicely updated. Minimalist, but nice touches. Loved the shot of mezcal upon arrival! The room was comfortable and quiet. My fiancé and I stayed in the room with the bathtub and loooved it! So relaxing and very spacious. The restaurant upstairs is also great to check out. I’d say this place is between a hostel and a hotel. Definitely still has a hipster, backpacking vibe. Enjoyed meeting other travelers at breakfast. Location — maybe would’ve preferred to stay in a trendier part of town. Overall would definitely recommend.

Great, peaceful boutique hotel with thoughtful touches
Reviewed 1 month ago

Great little boutique hotel on a rooftop in a 1930's revamped building right next to Bellas Artes. My friend and I stayed for two nights and found it to be comfortable and clean. There's a rooftop bar upstairs and a few more restaurants and shops downstairs. No elevator access, only stairs. I believe pets are welcome. On the back of every door there's a list of amenities and attractions. Breakfast is included which includes toast, breads, fruits, yogurts, cereals, eggs (al gusto), beans, tortillas. Housekeeping is very clean. It's very central to the historical district and just a metro ride or a 10/15 minute walk to the zocalo. The rooms are a bit cold during the winter, use the extra blankets. Wifi is included. Our room came with little candles, TV, earplugs, a fan, and shampoo, conditioner, and soap. Don't forget to tip housekeeping!

Reviewed 3 months ago

We recently returned from six nights at Chaya B & B. The hotel provides an authentic experience of CDMX. The room (master suite) was spotlessly clean, spacious and comfortable. The location could not be better as it is near many sights, markets and good restaurants. Alameda Park is lovely and felt safe. What made our stay particularly special was the staff. Everyone at Chaya, from the office staff to the gentleman who carried our luggage to the women in the kitchen, were sincerely invested in us enjoying our stay. It was especially thoughtful to arrive to a chilled bottle of wine in honor of our anniversary, Completely unexpected and wholly appreciated. We so look forward to our next visit.

Excellent location, friendly staff, nice rooms
Reviewed 3 months ago

We just left Chaya after a wonderful 6 days. The foundation starts with the staff—friendly and knowledgeable. Breakfast each day was delicious and served with a smile. Spacious, airy and light-filled rooms. Location cannot be beat—opens onto Parque Alameda and less than 5 minute stroll through the park to Palacio de Bellas Artes, and just a bit further to the Centro Historico.
No elevator but taking the stairs through two flights of hip stores makes it worth it.
We would stay here again without question.