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Awsome stay I really enjoyed it. I have sayed in JW Marriott and Intercontinental Hotels and they are a good option as well but a bit old fashioned. I like the modern look and feel of the Hyatt Regency. I have no idea if its a newer building but it feels that way. I think is good for coulples, Family ...
The hotel is located in Polanca (i.e., the Mexico City equivalent of Beverly Hills/the Upper East Side/etc.) directly across the street from Chapultepec Park.... The staff was very welcoming, attentive, and well put together. Sergio, the bellman, was lovely throughout our stay. Xanat was delicious! ...
My husband and I stayed there after a trip to Toluca. We found the room absolutely comfortable, quiet, with a great air conditioning, rolling curtains besides the regular ones. The room had everything we asked for in a Hotel room when we travel, (and we do travel a lot) , cleanliness, peace and quiet, ...
Very good experience overall. We plan on returning.
My husband and I stayed here for our first wedding anniversary. We found the hotel and its staff to be exceptional. The room (a standard superior king) was gorgeous, very spacious and had lots of light (our room was on a corner with an exterior view). The room was serviced 2 - 3 times per day and ...
The St Regis Mexico is the best hotel in Mexico City. The service is second to none and the facilities are outstanding. From the moment you come into the hotel you are made to feel special. The room is so nicely decorated and the gym and spa are sublime. I have stayed here for business and also recently ...
For a very special time in Mexico City, stay in a luxury hotel or four- or five-star spa resort to really enjoy all the city has to offer. Whether you are looking for five-star accommodation in the historic downtown or a boutique hotel in Polanco, there is a luxury hotel in Mexico City for you.
Choose from the range of options include historic hotels as well as stylish, modern design hotels, so you are sure to find one that suits your tastes.
If you are in Mexico City to treat yourself, look beyond just your luxury hotel. Head to the neighbourhood of Polanco where the Avenida Presidente Masaryk is renowned for being home to international luxury brands on one of the most exclusive boulevards in Mexico City.
The nearby Antara Polanco shopping centre, opened in 2006, was designed by the famous architect Javier Soldo Madaleno. The centre has over 100 stores and also some of the leading restaurants of the city, with Mexico’s finest chefs working in the kitchens.
In Mexico City’s historic downtown, close to the Zocalo main square, you will find the Portal de Mercaderes. A shopping destination for decades, this is not only home to some of the most stylish boutiques in the city but also some of Mexico City’s most upmarket luxury hotels.
If you are in Mexico City for its culture then you are in for a treat. There are world-class museums and the architecture itself can be stunning, from the historic downtown to the Art Deco of the La Condesa district, via the spectacular high-rises of the Paseo de la Reforma.
The neighbourhoods also offer up a whole world of nightlife, from the high-end cocktail bars of Polanco to the lively and vibrant Zona Rosa, packed with bars and clubs and home to the city’s gay scene.
Sometimes travel is about pampering yourself and your companions. Choose a luxury hotel in Mexico City for a visit you will never forget.