Travelers whose final destination is Mexico City as well as passengers in transit who will depart aboard outbound flights towards airports in the American continent are likely to land in the busiest airport of Latin America: Benito Juárez International. Commonly referred to as Mexico City International airport, this Aeromexico and Aeromexico Connect hub also serves as focus airport for the SkyTeam alliance and its partner airlines and carriers operating domestic and holiday routes such as Volaris, VivaAerobus, Interjet and Aeromar.
When passing through Benito Juarez airport in Mexico, travelers may need to transfer between terminals to catch their flight or check in at their hotel. For this purpose, the Aerotren rail service in Mexico City airport runs from one building to the other at no cost for passengers holding a digital or printed boarding pass. If you are flying with United, Iberia, Latam, KLM, Lufthansa, American Airlines, All Nippon Airways, Air France, Alitalia or China Southern from Terminal 1, or else with Interjet, Volaris or VivaAerobus from its ground floor, you will need to head over to Gate 6 in order to board the train towards Terminal 2. Otherwise, if you are flying with Aeromexico, Delta, Aeromar or Copa, go to Gate 4 for a free transfer from Terminal 2 to Terminal 1.
There is a broad range of places to sleep and transit hotels both inside the facilities and close to Mexico City International airport, all of them conceived to cater to the needs of business travelers and tourists alike. Should you need to spend the night at Benito Juárez, do not hesitate to book your sleeping cabin or hotel room inside or near the terminal buildings: they have recently implemented covid-19 prevention measures and are ready to make your travel experience a smoother one.
Where to sleep in Mexico City airport – Terminal 1
The IZzzleep capsules in MEX T1 close to the bus station. These minimalist airport hotel rooms in terminal 1 of Mexico City airport feature comfortable individual beds, TV, an ensuite bathroom equipped with shower and free wireless internet connection. For the traveler’s peace of mind, lockers and safes are provided. Find further info here.
The Hilton hotel on the third floor of International Arrivals at Benito Juárez airport. Also found on terminal 1, this is the kind of accommodation that business travelers in Mexico and aviation geeks might prefer. In line with other properties managed by the renowned Hilton hospitality chain, it does not only offer double and twin deluxe rooms and suites, but also business facilities, an onsite fitness centre, take-away dining options, a varied menu of guest services, accessible units and a bar affording the best runway views. Make your reservation here.
Fiesta Inn hotel across Terminal 1. This hotel in Benito Juárez airport of Mexico lies within short walking distance of the T1 building, and it can be conveniently reached from T2 thanks to the round-the-clock complimentary shuttle they put at their guests’ disposal. Among some of the main appeals of this accommodation we count the 24-hour room service, its fine Mexican and International cuisine, the onsite green zones, the outdoor pool and the free WiFi. You may book a double, twin or executive room unless you decide to stay in one of their ample suites. The Fiesta Inn in Mexico City airport has recently implemented social distancing, hygiene and safety measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
The Camino Real Aeropuerto transit hotel in Mexico City International. Connected to T1 by a passenger walkway and to T2 by free shuttle transfers, this luxury accommodation exceptionally situated across the facilities of the airport provides travelers in transit with exclusive check-in and check-out area, a wellness zone, a beauty salon, gym and sauna, indoor swimming pool, business spaces and complimentary American breakfast. Besides, the Camino Real hotel in MEX has enhanced hygiene and safety protocols since the coronavirus outbreak, constantly updated flight information panels, superior double rooms and suites and VIP guest rooms.
Sleeping cabins and hotels in Terminal 2 of Benito Juárez airport in Mexico
The IZzzleep cabins in the lower level of T2. If you want some privacy to take a nap or sleep before your flight out of Mexico City airport, you can find this convenient service also in Terminal 2. Just like in T1, the IZzzleep cabins offer fully equipped individual rooms to spend the night, charge your mobile devices and refresh without leaving the airport.
NH Collection Mexico City Airport. This NH hotel inside Benito Juárez airport is located on the 6th floor of terminal 2, and can be reached either by taking the elevator in T2 or by riding a free shuttle from T1. Aside from its fitness center on site and its bar and restaurant serving international dishes, the establishment boasts soundproofed well-appointed rooms and suites with air conditioning, free WiFi, accessible features and the possibility to add extra beds to accommodate up to four guests in the same unit. Rooms are professionally disinfected and sealed after each stay, and among other safety measures we count hand sanitizer dispensers available across communal zones and contactless check-in and check-out. This NH hotel can equally be booked for day use at special rates.