Marquis Reforma Hotel Spa
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
- Free WiFi
- Parking On Site
- Room Service
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
Had a perfect stay in December '18. Offered and accepted the paid upgrade to a Junior Suite, and was glad we did - the suite was beautiful, had great amenities and a fabulous view. The breakfasts were great, service impeccable. The soft goods were top notch, with a super comfortable King bed. Enjoyed the use of the complimentary bicycles which were provided cheerfully by the consistently helpful bell staff, especially Bogar, who I would hire myself given the opportunity. Would highly recommend, great location to the park and Roma and LaCondesa neighborhoods.
I walked by the restaurant and was undecided as to whether to stop in for dinner. Adan the waiter, immediately greeted me at the door and gave me an English menu and discussed so many delicious options that they would customize for me. I’m very health conscious eater and Adan suggested a delicious steamed sea bass with Vera Cruz sauce. Wow!! That sauce was terrific. He also brought a special pico de gallo sauce for my vegetables and a sample of their special fig dish for me to try. His commitment to service with the other waiter Alex, was top notch and made my whole experience relaxed and pleasant. Go. Get the Sea Bass and definitely that Vera Cruz sauce!
All staff members are always willing to give the best service. The hotel is in a beautiful area of Paseo de La Reforma. I highly recommend this hotel. We will definitely come back! Alex & Adan keep up the good work!
Osiel and Adan went out of their way to accommodate an unusual request. Went as far as going to another one of the restaurants in the hotel to make it happen. Great service and food to match. Highly recommend this place.
Marquis Reforma was an excellent hotel in all ways. The location was right on one of the main streets of the city, close to sites and restaurants. The front desk staff was very attentive and helpful (thanks Obed). The concierge desk was also very helpful. The room was very large and comfortable and the housekeeping staff was very professional. Overall, it was a very nice week stay, Thanks to all the staff!!