This luxurious urban hotel melds Latin heritage with tasteful 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. A traditional inner courtyard features a soothing fountain; many of the impressive guest rooms overlook the courtyard as well as the beautiful manicured gardens.
Reflecting the cosmopolitan atmosphere of Mexico City, both the spa and restaurants ZANAYA and Il Becco offer sophisticated sensory experiences. Served on the terrace, the hotel's signature Sunday Champagne brunch is popular with locals.
The property is located directly across from the Torre Mayor, one of the tallest buildings in Latin America and home to numerous corporations; catering to the needs of its business travelers, the hotel offers meeting and conference facilities for up to 320. House tour guides include art historians who lead excursions to local sites and nearby ruins.