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Paseo de la Reforma 439, Colonia Cuauhtemoc, Mexico City, 06500, Mexico | +52 55 5228 1818

price range

$$$ ($351 to $500/night)

amenities

Spa, Pool, Free WiFi, Fitness center, Kids program or on-site childcare

features

Great design, Modern style, Great views
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St. Regis couldn't have picked a better spot for its first Latin American property, which opened in 2009. The 31-story hotel sits on one of Mexico City's most important avenues, Reforma, with exceptional views of some major landmarks: Castillo Chapultepec, the Angel of Independence statue, and the Diana the Huntress fountain, which sits right in front of the hotel. Even if your room doesn't have a view of one of these, you can see all three from the terrace of the hotel's King Cole Bar. The quiet, comfortable rooms are a refuge from the city's noise, and butler and concierge staff sees to your every need. For guests who need a more intensive recharge, the hotel's Remede Spa offers facials, massages, and other treatments, many of which incorporate Mexican ingredients or reference traditional healing rituals. Several restaurant, café, and bar options are available in the hotel, as is, of course, the traditional St. Regis tea service and the famous Bloody Marys at brunch.

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The St. Regis Mexico City

St. Regis couldn't have picked a better spot for its first Latin American property, which opened in 2009. The 31-story hotel sits on one of Mexico City's most important avenues, Reforma, with exceptional views of some major landmarks: Castillo Chapultepec, the Angel of Independence statue, and the Diana the Huntress fountain, which sits right in front of the hotel. Even if your room doesn't have a view of one of these, you can see all three from the terrace of the hotel's King Cole Bar. The quiet, comfortable rooms are a refuge from the city's noise, and butler and concierge staff sees to your every need. For guests who need a more intensive recharge, the hotel's Remede Spa offers facials, massages, and other treatments, many of which incorporate Mexican ingredients or reference traditional healing rituals. Several restaurant, café, and bar options are available in the hotel, as is, of course, the traditional St. Regis tea service and the famous Bloody Marys at brunch.