Hostel in Mexico City, in the heart of the historic center

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Hostel in Mexico City, in the heart of the historic center

Viajero Mexico City is on a pedestrian street near the most iconic places in the city. This Mexico City hostel is an old neighborhood converted into a hostel full of design and urban art that honors the rich past and present of the Mexican capital.

We are right in front of the old Colegio de San Ildefonso. You can also visit the Palace of Fine Arts, the Zócalo, the Cathedral, the Templo Mayor, La Alameda park, and much more, just a few minutes' walk from this hostel in Mexico City.

After a long day of sightseeing, we'll be waiting for you at the hostel with fantastic cocktails and dishes so you can relax on the patio and meet and chat with other travelers. If remote work is your thing, we have adapted co-work spaces so you can attend a meeting or a call with your friends.

We are waiting for you to live unforgettable days immersed in Mexican culture.



Espacios Comunes
Common areas




Patio al aire libre
Outdoor patio


Shared Kitchen
Shared Kitchen


*Breakfast is NOT included in the rates. You can purchase it when confirming and finalizing your reservation through the website, or at the front desk upon your arrival.

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The lodging options in this hostel in Mexico City

If you come in a group and want to stay with everyone in the same room, you can do it in dormitories of bunk beds. Or, if you prefer more privacy, we have private rooms so you can relax after a day on the town or before heading out to enjoy the nightlife.

  *Note: we are a hostel for people over 18. You must be 18 or over to stay with us.

Private Rooms

Stay in single rooms with double or single beds for two or three people. Some rooms have a private bathroom.

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Shared Bedrooms

If you prefer to share a room, stay in a dormitory with bunk beds for six, eight, ten, twelve, or fourteen people. All beds have curtains, so you have more privacy during your stay, and lockers to store your things. Some of these rooms are for women only.

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Activities in Viajero Mexico City so you can enjoy your stay

Get to know Mexico City and it culture, during the Xochimilco tour and free walking tour. Ask for the schedule of this activities at the front desk. If you want to learn about history, go on the pyramids tour. And for some entertainment, join us on the wrestling tour. We have Spanish classes if you are learning Spanish and want to perfect it.

Show your skills and knowledge in the ping pong tournament, pop quiz nights, and trivia nights. We also have karaoke, Mexican nights, and movie nights for you to share with travelers from other parts of the world.


Patio al aire libre

Patio al aire libre

Sustainability at Viajero Mexico City

These are some of the sustainable actions we are working on at this hostel, help us to achieve them:

  • We have water re-fill points.
  • We support local talent and products. We offer spaces for local artists, tour guides, and suppliers from the area.
  • Our team is made up of 70% community members.
  • We have bins for proper waste disposal.
  • We have vegetarian options on our menus.
  • We have dispensers with shower gel and the option to reuse your towel to help reduce water consumption. 
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How to locate this hostel in Mexico City?

To contact us you can write to us through Whatsapp or you can call us at +52 55 91251164.

If you prefer, email us at

How to get to this hostel in Mexico City?

  • If you arrive at the airport, we are 7km away. You can take a taxi and give the address San Ildefonso #38, Centro Histórico de la Ciudad de México. In 15 minutes, you will be here.
  • If you come by Metro, the nearest station is a 3-block walk away. Get off at “Zócalo” or “Allende”.
  • If you come by Metrobus, use the "República de Argentina" stop, and you must walk one block to reach the hostel.
  • If you come by car, the closest parking lots are at Donceles #91 and Palma Norte #503

*Important! The entrance to Viajero Mexico City is on a pedestrian street. There are two ways to get to the hostel: Calle del Carmen and Calle Republica Argentina we recommend the second option for its easy access and security.*

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