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The St. Regis Mexico City

Paseo de la Reforma 439 Send to Phone
Mexico CityD.F. 06500 Mexico
52-55-5228-1818  | RESERVE NOW!
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Classic elegance in a modern icon on the Paseo de la Reforma. The St. Regis Mexico City Hotel is one of GAYOT's 2014 Top 10 Mexico City Hotels | Top 10 Mexico City Romantic Hotels Check out our more in-depth hotel review and photo gallery.
The St. Regis Mexico City is one of our Top Hotels in Mexico.


  • Singles & Doubles $545-$745, Suites $845-$2,500



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The St. Regis Mexico City Hotel Review

: A landmark of architectural excellence, The St. Regis Mexico City boasts guest room views that sweep across ehe city’s plazas and bustling avenues. The 189 opulent rooms include 37 suites and a grand presidential suite --- all showcase the work of local artisans with details such as laser-cut silver mosaic screens and custom metal and leather-work. The hotel is the perfect base for discovering Mexico City, both for business and pleasure. Diana Restaurant features a terrace, perfect for balmy evenings, and a superb menu that blends Mediterranean influences with fine local ingredients. As for the King Cole Bar, it's a favorite with Bloody Mary aficionados. The J&G Steakhouse presents a sophisticated collection of steakhouse classics. To help guests unwind after a day of cultural explorations, the on-site Remède Spa offers a range of superb personalized treatments. Along with the twin infinity pools, it makes this St. Regis one of the best places to enjoy Mexico City in style.

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