The three–star property is the most legendary hotel of Mexico, and is close to the U.S. Embassy, Monument of Independence, National Anthropology and History Museum, Reforma 222, and Museo de Cera.
Renovated in 2008, the property perfectly combines classical European style with the latest technology.
All 268 rooms come with a bathroom, a hair dryer, a direct dial telephone, televisions equipped with cable channels and a hire safe.
Dining facilities include two restaurants with local and international cuisine, Cafe Jardin and a bar with soft drinks, cocktails and light snacks.
Business amenities include meeting rooms, equipped with modern audio-visual equipment.
Recreational amenities include a tennis court and a beauty salon.
Year renovated: 2010.
Number of rooms: 270.
The hotel provides non-smoking rooms and rooms for people with disabilities.
The stylish property offers Master Suites, Epoque Suites, Suites and Standard Rooms.
The décor includes antiques and works of art.
The rooms have beautiful headboards carved from wood and dressers and nightstands in a colonial style.
Up to two children under 12 years stay free of charge when using existing beds.
Maximum capacity of extra beds/baby cots in a room is one.
The breakfast is served daily.
The bar serves soft drinks, cocktails and light snacks.
The restaurants serve delicious local and international cuisine.
Room service is available.
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