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The Paseo de la Reforma runs pass this park and at one point even cuts thru a portion of it. The museums are here and it is valued as a green space.. It is very visited and an important part of this huge city. You can see the forest for the trees.
1) find your way to Metro Polanco stop, 5 pesos
2) upon exit from Metro, no need to cross street, on NE corner of Horacio and Arquimedes
get on colectivo “blanco y morado”, modern bus 2/3 white from top, bottom 1/3 purple, 8.5 pesos
3) get off at Av. C.F. de Cuernavaca, a boulevard. 20 blocks from Metro Polanco stop....
I went with my 10 year old daughter and some friends and we really had a great time and laugh a lot... perhaps because there were not many people middle of the week and about 11 am I think is a really well done and original museum. The key is to have imagination and full battery phone so you can...
My husband and I made reservations to celebrate my birthday here this past weekend. We absolutely loved this restaurant— great food, attentive service, and overall the perfect place to celebrate a special occasion. We’re looking forward to bringing out of town guests to show them the best Mexico City has to offer!
I live in Los Angeles and once or twice a year I like to treat myself with family or friends, flying to Mexico City to dine at the very ritzy "Sir Winston Churchill's". I am never disappointed. Finest service, very delicious cuisine, and beautiful decor! It's always a pleasure to dress up for dinner at this establishment, it makes the...
The name is your first hint -- the ceviche we shared was outstanding. But so were the mussels, and the two fish dishes that we had for main courses. Service was friendly and efficient and the atmosphere was fun -- mostly locals with a sprinkling of tourists, which was a bit odd considering the restaurant's proximity to several large hotels....
My wife and I had a lovely room for one week in February. The staff was exceptionally attentive, courteous, and efficient. The breakfasts were delicious. The hotel manager was present and available to help in any way she could. This is definitely one of the finer boutique hotels of the world.
"Sleek, well located business hotel, nice service"
reviewed 4 weeks ago by REMReviews
Terrific, accomodating, attentive staff. Rooms are a little tired, but nice, comfortable. Across the street from the National Auditorium, a 10-15 minute walk from the Museum of Anthropology in one direction and Polanco nightlife in the other, parks all around.
I was fortunate to stay at this property for the Environmental Law Summit of the Americas. The activities of the summit took place in the hotel, so I was able to observe the hotel staff and facilities in both the meeting and sleeping contexts.
Quality hotels are expected to deliver professionalism, a facade of personal care (it's not like the...
Very confortable and spacious!
The location of this hotel is great, lot of things on walking distance.
The only thing I didnt like, is that the bar was lonely, quiet and with too much light.
But there are other places to hang out in the area!
We decided to visit Mexico City despite the current Corona Virus crisis as we had planed so far in advance. The Hotel was very quiet but still managed to make us feel very welcome and comfortable. We had a nice Junior Suite with a view and space for all our stuff. The style of decor is minimal and a bit...