A luxurious melding of Latin heritage and European influences.
Situated near Chapultepec Park and the National Museum of Anthropology and History, this stately eight-story hotel was modeled after the 18th-century Iturbide Palace and comes complete with a traditional inner courtyard and fountain. The guestrooms are impressive as well --- many of them overlook the tranquil courtyard and its wonderfully manicured gardens. Reflecting the cosmopolitan side of Mexico City, both the spa and the Reforma 500 restaurant at the hotel are open well into the night. The Sunday brunch is famous throughout the city, and features a number of creative dishes. The hotel itself is located directly across from the Torre Mayor, the tallest building in Latin America and home to many important corporations. Take advantage of the surroundings and sign up for one of the hotel's tours, led by art historians who will take you around local sites or on a visit to nearby ruins.