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What We Love

  • The globetrotting trio of restaurants: Spanish, Mexican, and sushi are all on the menu
  • The spa is huge for a big-city hotel
  • Thoughtful room perks like free bottled water and fresh fruit daily
  • The business offerings are state-of-the-art

What To Know

  • The vibe is very business-oriented
  • Free WiFi
  • The pool is adults only

Amenities

  •  Babysitting
  •  Bar
  •  Free WiFi
  •  Gym
  •  Parking On Site
  •  Pool
  •  Restaurant
  •  Room Service
  •  Spa
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Overview

Opulent executive favorite on swanky Reforma Avenue offering classic 5-star ambience along with draws like a glass-roofed pool

The Lowdown

Part of the luxury hotel strip along Paseo de la Reforma, a grand boulevard in the city’s gilded embassy zone, this 208-room high-rise is ideal for well-compensated business types, who power-lunch in the three upscale restaurants, work out in the gym and mainline CNN in plush rooms tastefully furnished in autumnal tones with dark wood accents and potted orchids. The spa, with its steam bath, sauna and glass atrium swimming pool, is a highlight.

In the Area

Capitalize on the Marquis’s proximity to Chapultepec Park, the city’s answer to Central Park, a vast 2100-acre green space teeming with cultural landmarks lining leafy walkways. Must-sees include the Modern Art Museum, housing a permanent collection that’s a who’s-who of Mexico’s greatest. Or sign up for a temporary pass with the new bike share program Ecobici, a surprisingly straightforward way to get around the traffic-clogged city and admire Reforma landmarks like the Christopher Columbus statue, Diana Fountain, and Independence Monument.

How to Get There

Marquis Reforma Hotel Spa
Paseo De La Reforma 465 Col Cuauhtemoc
Mexico City, 06500 Mexico

Reviews

Amazing Staff and Food
krisafish

I was traveling to La Paz for a dive trip and decided to spend the day in Mexico for the holiday! The staff was amazing very helpful as I was traveling solo. They made my stay feel like a dream. They gave all their guest an offering for the holiday so that we could feel apart of. The room service was fantastic. (It was raining at dinner time so I stayed in) all around wonderful stay 24 hrs is not enough time for Mexico City

Marquis Reforma Hotel
brianbT9075ZI

Great location near Chapultepec Park. Clean and very large rooms, great pool and spa area. The large gym is exceptional, absolutely one of the best hotel gyms we’ve ever used anywhere in the world. Exceptional service in the restaurant for breakfast. We got to know servers Diego and Victor very well the first couple of days and they were extremely attentive and helpful. The next couple days were were in Juan Garcia and Mauricio’s section and also received exceptional service and great recommendations for our trip. These 4 are exceptional servers. Overall the property is an excellent choice.

A Rejuvenating Place to Stay
Wander545069

The Marquis Reforma is the perfect place to stay if you are looking for a rejuvenating vacation in one the largest and most interesting cities. Very safe for solo and female travelers. The elegant hotel is located on the beautiful and historically significant avenue Paseo de La Reforma and from the Hotel, it is an easy walk to Bosque de Chapultepec, Museo Nacional de Antropología, and Museo de Arte Moderno. The hotel is a fantastic place to stay during the Dia De Los Muertos. It is also a fairly central launching point from which to explore other areas of Mexico City – a very reasonable Uber ride to the city’s buzzing historical center. The room was great and the staff without exception was friendly and helpful, and went beyond to ensure we were comfortable. My many thanks to the Concierge for their exceptional service and good humour – their goal was to find solutions, not focus on problems. The Spa, included in the cost, is one of the best. The main restaurant Los Carnarius was excellent both in the quality of food and service (my thanks to Valdrura, German, Alex and Adan, as well as to the rest of the Cararius staff). I plan to return!