Brunette woman facing Casa Emilia Hotel

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You’ll Love Your Stay at Casa Emilia Mexico City

As I frequently mention, I love Bed and Breakfasts. Why? Because they are the perfect union of a hotel experience and the feel of a cozy overnight at your friend’s rich aunt’s manor. You will love your stay at Casa Emilia Mexico City. It has the warmth of staying at someone’s residence, along with a delicious home cooked breakfast, but the comforts of a luxury hotel.

Lodging Type: Bed and Breakfast, Luxury Boutique Hotel

Book Casa Emilia: Here

Brunette woman knocking on the front door of Casa Emilia
Doors are locked at night, so you have to knock or buzz in if you’re checking in after dark

Where is the Hotel Located?

Casa Emilia is located in the Cuauhtémoc neighborhood. Cuauhtémoc is considered by many to be the cultural hub of Mexico City. This boutique hotel is located just shy of 1,700 feet away from the landmark, the Angel of Independence. It’s also centrally located to many other points of interest, attractions, restaurants and public transit. Therefore, if you’re looking to site see on foot, Casa Emilia is a good choice for centrality.

Little table holding lemons, vintage water glasses, a large vase of water, a decorative lamp in front of an ornate wooden divider
So many little details make Casa Emilia feel homey, yet luxurious

Service

Bravo, as this hotel has a warm, kind, and caring staff. From the moment you arrive, to when you depart, you will feel well taken care of. This is a small hotel, so it will have an intimate feel and the service is high touch.

A second floor corridor with alternating brick and concrete walls, with four beautiful wooden doors, each separate hotel rooms
The second floor (opposite side of the hotel than our stairwell) that leads to the rooftop deck

Security

The area and the hotel felt extremely safe. We arrived in the evening and there were countless locals walking their dogs or out for an evening stroll. Additionally, there is a on site security guard and attendant that is present all night long and the main doors to the hotel are locked at all times. If you arrive in the evening for check in, you’ll have to be buzzed in.

Green plant life surround the hotel room window, next to a giant eye catching hanging lamp
View of Room #2 (the room I stayed in) from the courtyard

The Room

After weeks of deliberating where to stay in Mexico City, I finally decided (and felt intuitively) that Casa Emilia was the way to go. By this time, there were only a couple rooms left. I decided on room #2.

Best decision ever.

Chic hotel room bed, with a tray on top of it containing an ice bucket with champagne in it and two crystal, textured champagne glasses
Entered room #2 and was so surprised to see this bottle of champagne in this darling room!

While the room is nowhere near the largest that the hotel offers, it really is the perfect size for two people, especially for a short stay. Room #2 is nearest to the dining area and has it’s own private stairwell (hello, quiet, peace, solitude!) with a view of the greenery that surrounds the main courtyard.

Beautiful hanging lights, earthy hanging mirror and countertop in bathroom
Room #2 has a sizable, well appointed bathroom with a huge walk in shower

Book Casa Emilia: Here

Two chairs, a vintage table topped with a water vase, glasses, champagne, a Champagne glass and thick tapestries framing a window overlooking a courtyard
Cute sitting area that overlooks the courtyard, great to enjoy room service or even get some work done

It’s thoughtfully decorated. The room’s decor is comfy and homey while intersecting with modern and edgy. Also, perhaps, one of the most important aspects… the bed is super comfy and I slept so soundly, I forgot where I was in the morning!

Food Situation

Breakfast is included in your stay at no extra charge. Your meal is served to you via table service and consists of juice and or coffee, fresh fruit and granola and a hot breakfast plate. Additionally, the menu varies. During our stay we were served Chilaquiles, which was exciting, because let’s face it, this dish is delicious.

A stone colored plate featuring scrambled eggs and Chilaquiles, two place settings and orange juice
Made to order Chilaquiles for breakfast, served with coffee and juice

Know Before You Go

Casa Emilia is an adults only hotel, so it’s ideal for couples or solo travelers.

The staff speaks mostly Spanish, so understanding at least transactional Spanish will help. However, if you don’t speak or understand Spanish, don’t worry! This will not in any way pose a barrier to your stay. The staff speaks some English and will happily utilize a translation app to accommodate you.

Peak Season in Mexico City is March – May: this will likely coincide with peak rates.

Shoulder Season in Mexico City is September – November. I visited in mid October and the weather was quite comfortable – not hot, not too cold and very light rain. I reserved my room through Booking.com, for $161 per night. With taxes included, a one night stay came to about $192 USD or MXN 3808.70 pesos.

Low Season in Mexico City is June – August & December – February. If you are flexible on your travel dates, this is when you’ll likely find the lowest hotel rates and best deals.

Casa Emilia Mexico City, a Great Stay!

I can’t say enough good things about my experience staying here. I will definitely return in the future! Do you think you’d love staying at Casa Emilia too? I believe you would. If you’re interested in booking a stay here for your next visit to Mexico City, you can do so here!

Have any questions about staying at Casa Emilia? Drop them in the comments below.

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