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Equipped with some of the best discotheques, bars, boutiques and bistros, Zona Rosa is perfect for those looking to have a great time to socialize, have fun and be part of the great LGBT community in Mexico City. Day or night, it’s possible to spend the entire time exploring, drinking, dancing and shopping while being amazed by its classic yet eclectic European style. Reforma’s luxury hotels and world renowned sculptures such as El Ángel de la Independencia give Paseo de la Reforma a wonderful atmosphere along the corridor, a beautiful place for a long and romantic walk.
This is an open air mall. It consists of 4 levels. The topmost is a movie theater and store for exercise equipment. There is a food court with someone national and international options along with a few sitdown restaurants (Italian, Mexican, and American). WiFi is available through certain stores and restaurants, so there were plenty of people sitting around on...
Located close to the Angel of Independence at 382 Av. Paseo de la Reforma this exhibition space is a fantastic place to visit if you are interested in art and design. The Pedro Reyes exhibition that was on when I visited was amazing! The exhibition space is well designed and overlooks Reforma.
The entrance is on the side street and...
Believe repair due to vandalism. If you look up from certain vantage points you can still see the beautiful angel which was not damaged. Very pretty and interesting as a monument but obviously controversial to some. Suggest you get out and walk around it where you can
Free admission to a library with media available. There was a kid's room which my toddler enjoyed. Some of the books were low enough age could pick which ones she wanted to be read. There are computers upstairs. Clean bathrooms are downstairs. Most of the literature is in French.
"A modern surprise at the entrance to Chapultepec Park"
reviewed 12 January 2018 by An0nyMs
I don't think this museum was here when I last visited Bosque Chapultepec two years ago. The most obvious way to go in is a long glass tunnel, with alternating colored pieces along its length, just to the left of Chapultepec's eastern entrance. I tried to go in that way, but a security guard told me that I had to...
What I love about Marriot is La Mansion and Condimento Restaurant. Very good attention to detail and customer focus by The Capitain, Jose Eduardo Barrera Diaz and Mr. Gabriel Jaramillo with Irene Cruz, helping to have a great breakfast, as always !
HIGHLY RECOMMENDED for day to day, celebrations and Sunday’s brunch (Barbacoa, Pozole, Carnitas, Pancita), See food and Chicken...
Visit every time in Mexico City. Has never failed to impress. Highly recommend the corn chowder. With great service.
Had an impromptu lessons on mezcal (with tasting).
Thanks to Arturo Rojas and Alberto for their attentiveness and great service!
The restaurant is located amidst the vibrant business district of Mexico City. The area is clean, beautiful and buzzing with life. Needless to say that the interior as well as the food were absolutely amazing, but what really made the dinner special to us was our lovely waiter Sixto Hernández who treated my wife and me with utmost diligence and...
I ate here several times. Apart from one time when they seemed to forget about me after I was seated (that was quickly remedied), the service was great. The breakfast buffet was varied and well prepared. My meal was included with the room but it was probably pricey but inline with big city hotels.
I am a regular visitor to the Marriott VIP Lounge - M Club where the food, drinks are very good.
Specially, thanks yo Capt. Octavio tapia ,Mauricio, Roberto, Gabriel ,Magdalena y Brenda Montes
The deserta and cocktails are nice to have in the dock that oversees Paseo de la Reforma.
The Four Seasons are as good as ever, and they never failed to amaze me. The price in this city can be described as excellent value, classic and beautiful architecture, master-level design, each piece of furniture reflects low-key luxury and aesthetic standards. The location is convenient, it’s on the Reforma Avenue, the hotel is less than 1 km from the...
Antonio ensured that our check in was a breeze. our luggage was completely taken care of and he swapped our room without hassle. he also has great taste in music which was playing the lobby. He spoke fluent English also!
Very nice and helpful concierges and front office staff (especially Lorena :-)). We loved the breakfast and the happy hour in the Business Club. Unfortunately it was closed on Monday as there was a holiday.
I wrote a review on Experian too! Great location in Mexico City and many friendly staff members. The location is close to Metro and id very safe! There is a heavy police presence and never felt unsafe at all. There are many places to eat nearby. Disfurense alla. The TV and internet systems need updating😉! This pic is a view...