Discounted Hotel Blocks

Hilton Reforma Mexico City (Conference Hotel)

Find our high-rise hotel in the heart of Mexico City, opposite Alameda Central park and just 650 meters from the Palacio de Bellas Artes. The historic center of Mexico City, which is centered around Zócalo plaza, is less than two kilometers away. We’re home to a rooftop pool, a spa, and a two-story convention center.

Address: Av. Juarez 70, Colonia Centro, Centro, Cuauhtémoc, 06010

Ciudad de México, CDMX, Mexico

Phone: +52 55 5130 5300

Discounted: Hotel Room Link

Rate: $195 USD a night

Click on the link and adjust your dates at the top of the page and secure your room before they sell out. ·

Book by May 24, 2024 for discounted NAACL Rate

Fiesta inn Historic Center Mexico City (Right Next Door)

Address: Av. Juarez 76, Colonia Centro, Centro, Cuauhtémoc, 06010 Ciudad de México, CDMX, Mexico

Phone: 52 (443) 310 81 37

NAACL 24 Student Hotel Block Announcement: Reserve Your Room at Fiesta Inn (next door to the Hilton Reforma Mexico City). We’re excited to extend an exclusive offer to our esteemed guests attending the upcoming NAACL 24 Student Block event. Immerse yourself in comfort and convenience at the prestigious Fiesta Inn, where we’ve secured a limited block of 80 rooms at specially discounted rates just for you.

Room Rates: $110.00+ (35 Executive Room Single Occupancy & 45 Executive Room Double Occupancy (2) double beds)

Single Occupancy: $138.90 (inclusive) Double Occupancy: $143.90 (inclusive)

Reservation Details:

Act swiftly to request your preferred accommodation as this block operates on a first-come, first-served basis. To request a room, simply fill in the details on the provided Google Form. Once submitted, your request will be promptly forwarded to the ACL Staff and hotel for processing.

Payment Procedure:

Upon receipt of your reservation request, the hotel will directly contact you to facilitate payment and finalize your booking. If the rooms have filled us the ACL Staff will reach out to let you know and place you on a wait list. Please ensure that all payment details are provided to the hotel no later than May 17th to guarantee your reservation or your room will be opened up to the wait list. Kindly note that these rooms are non-refundable; once payment is made, cancellations are not eligible for refunds.

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With only 80 rooms, click Here to fill out your Reservation Request.


For visa requests please fill out the following form.

To travel to Mexico, it is necessary to have a valid passport with more than six months of validity (Mexican authorities require a passport to be valid for the duration of the stay in Mexico, but transit countries and airline companies may have other requirements).

Travel to Mexico


  1. Mexico City International Airport: MEX - distance: 10 kilometers (6.2 Miles)
  2. Licenciado Adolfo López Mateos or Toluca Airport (Airport Code: TLC) - distance: 58 kilometers
  3. Felipe Ángeles (Airport Code: NLU) - distance: 40 kilometers


  • Taxi: This service is offered in Terminal 1, with boarding areas at door number 1 in the national area and door numbers 9 and 10 in the international area. In Terminal 2, the boarding areas are located at door number 3 in the international area and door number 4 in the national area. \

  • Metrobus: The Metrobús is a public transportation system of the Government of Mexico City that connects the Airport with the center of Mexico City, as well as its points of interest, such as: the City Museum, Paseo de la Reforma, Bellas Artes, among others, with exclusive pick-up and drop-off stations to travel comfortably and safely. \

  • Metro: A few steps from Terminal 1 AICM, on Puerto Aéreo Boulevard on the corner of Av. Capitán Carlos León González, is the Terminal Aerial station on Metro line 5, which runs from the Politécnico to Pantitlán stations. The Metro has a network of 12 lines that run through a large part of the city; Traveling on these trains, you can go to the city center, bus terminals, tourist areas, the metropolitan area and other areas of interest.


Self-parking: Not available

Valet parking: $9.50

EV charging: Not available

Secured: Available

Covered: Available

In/out privileges: Available

Parking details: Prices are for guests per day and per car

About Mexico City

About Mexico City

Useful Information

Power outlets and Adapters

In Mexico, they use power sockets (outlets) of type A and B, like in the United States. You need a power plug adapter in Mexico for sockets type A. Sockets type B can fit your plugs, but may not always be available locally. Always pack a 3-to-2 prong adapter to fit your plugs B into sockets type A.


Tip #1: Buy Plenty of Bottled Water

This is Mexico City 101: Don’t Drink the Water. Seriously guys, it’s not safe to drink, and even the locals avoid it. If you don’t want your Mexico City travels marred by Montezuma’s Revenge, then be sure to buy bottles of water. They’re everywhere in Mexico City and big bottles are cheap—usually about a dollar. To be extra safe, use it to brush your teeth, too.”

Tip #2: Set Up Your Phone for Use in Mexico

Having a phone that works in Mexico City is awesome. With roaming data you can easily share your adventures on Instagram and Facebook, call an Uber after a long night out, and confidently navigate the city streets.

The good news is you may already have a phone plan that’s set up for roaming in Mexico. Check with your carrier. If this isn’t already included in your plan, you can add it for a couple of dollars a day. Believe us—it’s worth it!

Tip #3: Don’t Rely on Your Credit Card

Although some places in Mexico City do take cards (mostly big tourist attractions and hotels) it’s much easier to carry cash.You want to try Mexico City’s famous street food, right? (the correct answer is: YES!) Have pesos in your pocket.

Note: In Mexico you can only pay in pesos or cards, No place accepts dollars or any other currency. So when you travel to Mexico City, be sure to withdraw cash. Do this from the ATM at the airport or inside banks. These are safer than kiosks you may find on the street.

Tip #4: Take Uber to Get Around

The easiest way to get around Mexico City is to use Uber. Mexico City is safe, but it’s like any big city—be aware, use caution, and call an Uber when the night is over.

The Mexico City metro is a good option too. However, it can get crowded and it’s a prime target for pickpockets. During the day it’s pretty safe. At night, however, it’s a better idea to take an Uber.

Whatever you do, avoid the taxis. Mexico City has struggled with taxi scams and other problems, so it’s best just to steer clear.

Tip #5: Try the Street Food

No matter where you want to eat in Mexico City, you’ll find great options. But at the top of our list is Mexico City’s incredible street food. Tacos al pastor were created in Mexico City! With tamales, elotes, tlacoyos, and more constantly simmering on carts around the city, how can you resist?

Street food is generally safe. Just be sure to choose vendors with large crowds, as this ensures a high turnover rate and local loyalty.

Tip #6: Don’t Forget to Tip

No, you do need to tip in Mexico City. For good service at a restaurant, a 10% tip is standard. For excellent service, anything between 15–20% is acceptable.

Pro tip: It’s not required to tip when you get street food, but it is appreciated. You can give back the change to make things easy.

Tip #7: Learn Some Basic Spanish

You don’t need to be fluent in Spanish to get around Mexico City, but knowing some basic words and phrases will go a long way. Mexicans will appreciate it if you greet them with a simple hola (hello) and if you are gracious with gracias (thank you).

Tip #8: Dress in Layers

There’s no bad time to visit Mexico City. The temperature usually hovers between 13C/60F - 26C/80FF degrees. But it can get chilly at night, which means that layers are the name of the game. Translation: Bring a light jacket

Tip #9: Explore the Neighborhoods (But Know Which Ones to Avoid)

Mexico City is full of incredible neighborhoods. One of the best parts of visiting this dynamic city is exploring what each one has to offer. No matter where you decide to stay in Mexico City, it’s still fun to explore elsewhere. Roma, Condesa, and Polanco are often top-choices for visitors, but Juarez, San Rafael, and Coyoacan have their own special appeal.

Just like in any city, there are a few neighborhoods that should be avoided. Steer clear of Doctores, Tepito, Iztapalapa, and Ciudad Neza (and talk to a Mexico City local for more insider safety tips).

Tip #10: Skip the Travel Agencies

It may be tempting to use a travel agency when going to Mexico City. But honestly, they can be expensive and inflexible. There are better ways to have a truly authentic stay in Mexico City. A Mexico City-based trip planner will know the city much better, and they can help design a custom itinerary that suits your travel style.

Tip #11: Check out the Main Tourist Attractions…

There are tons of truly amazing tourist attractions in Mexico City. Between ancient pyramids, active archeological sites, and tons of fantastic museums, there’s a lot to see. The big sites are a thrill, and definitely worth checking out.

Tip #12: …But Leave Space for Off-the-Beaten-Path Sights

The big sites are great, but there are also tons of non-touristy things to do in Mexico City to spice up your itinerary. Don’t miss out on the more unusual things to see in Mexico City: weird museums, obscure landmarks, and secret spots for delicious tacos.

Tip #13: Keep Under Budget (Know the Free Stuff to Do!)

So many of Mexico City’s must-see sights are free, which makes budgeting a breeze. Between free museums, cheap street food, and an advantageous exchange rate, traveling to Mexico City doesn’t have to break the bank.

Tip #14: Take a Day Trip!

We definitely encourage getting out of the city and exploring some of the awesome sights nearby. Check out Mexico City’s most distant neighborhoods (gems like San Angel and Xochimilco) and take a few hours to explore sights further away, like the incredible Pyramids of Teotihuacan and the colorful town of Puebla.

Enjoying Mexico City

Enjoying Mexico City

Food Options

Restaurants near Hilton Mexico City Reforma

Parque Alameda - Next to the Hilton

Chang Hing






Dairy Queen

Dolphy ice Cream

Krispy Kreme

Mc Donald’s ice Cream


Santa Clara

Starbucks Coffee