CAMINO REAL POLANCO MÉXICO
For several centuries, Mexico City has been one of the largest cities in the world. Every corner of the city has a history and grandeur that dates back to the Prehispanic era, and it is now considered one of the most beautiful and developed cities in the world.
Its architecture, cultural centers and historic monuments are a key part of Mexico's history, and everywhere you go is filled with beauty, tradition and history
Plaza de la Constitución / The Zócalo
Held as the third largest square in the world.
With a Churrigueresque style and a beauty that is home to years of religious history in Mexico, it is held as the biggest in Latin America.
National Palace (Palacio Nacional)
Visited by the murals of Diego Rivera, the most important of which is his work “México a través de los siglos” (Mexico Through the Centuries)
Alongside what was the main temple of the Mexica people, a sacred place dedicated to Tláloc, the god of rain, and Huitzilopochtli, the god of war, stands the museum that is home to artifacts from the site.
On Wednesday nights and Sunday mornings, this historic account of Mexico takes place in the Palacio de Bellas Artes, with live music.
Museum of Anthropology and History
One of the most beautiful in the world. Situated in the Bosque de Chapultepec, it has 25 rooms exhibiting archaeological items from all over Mexico. A complete tour of this building, over two floors, covers a distance of 5 kilometers.
Castle of Chapultepec
A space used for the National Museum of History, the site has been an extremely important setting for Mexican history since Prehispanic times.
Papalote Museum of Childhood
Papalote offers families a forum for communicating with science, technology and art, where games are used as the main tools for experimenting and discovering natural and social advances.
The largest entertainment center in Mexico City, situated on Paseo de la Reforma and surrounded by Bosque de Chapultepec, the National Auditorium offers its visitors the best national and international performances. It has a capacity of 10,000 people.
Polyforum Cultural Siqueiros
Considered an artistic heritage site of the nation, it hosts the largest work by Chihuahua's most celebrated artist.
Basílica de Guadalupe
The third most visited religious center in the ancient and modern world, it exhibits the cloak with the image of the Virgin of Guadalupe, who appeared to indigenous Juan Diego, recently canonized as a Saint.
Where decorated canoes called "trajineras" navigate the canals as you are accompanied by groups of musicians.
Dolores Olmedo Museum
Located in Xochimilco, this forms the perfect backdrop to the fruits of a Mexican woman's efforts who, committed to her culture, collected the most important works of Diego Rivera and Frida Kahlo over her lifetime.
National Museum of the Viceroyalty
Situated in the former Jesuit college of Tepoztlán, built between the 17th and 18th Centuries, this museum is dedicated to the conservation, research, exhibition and dissemination of artistic and cultural expressions from the Colonial era.
Just a few minutes' walk along Avenida Mariano Escobedo is the popular department store Liverpool, where you can find anything from typical Mexican sweets to clothes from world renowned designer labels. Continuing your walk, you can reach Avenida Presidente Masaryk where you can enjoy a long stroll, the best restaurants, fashion designers and automotive dealers, all in 5th Avenue style.
Zona Rosa is 15 minutes from the hotel on Paseo de la Reforma. Regarded as one of the liveliest places in Mexico City, the area offers its visitors restaurants, boutiques, bars and art galleries.