The heart-of-the-action location, overlooking Paseo de la Reforma and close to chic Polanco and Condesa
St. Regis signature butler service for every room
Six choices of restaurants and lounges include a juice bar and a private formal dining room
The hotel’s signature rituals, including proper afternoon tea and evening Champagne tasting
What To Know
There are charges for both early and late check-in/out
There’s a charge of around $15 per day for Internet
Breakfasts are only included in the rates for Suites and Grand Deluxe Rooms, and prices can be steep for Mexico
Parking on site
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Hyper-luxurious high rise offering glam attractions like a pool with panoramic views and a Jean-Georges restaurant
A glittering new addition to the Mexico City skyline, this instant classic designed by star architect Cesar Pelli in homage to the famous nearby statue of Diana the Huntress (the tower’s lines echo a bow and arrow) is the address for expense account execs, politicians, pop stars, and extremely well-heeled leisure travelers. With plush interiors by cult Canadian duo Yabu Pushelberg, guests can expect a tasteful melange of state-of-the-art technology and artful design, rife with luxe details like acres of marble and onyx, TVs mounted into bathroom mirrors and showers that double as steam rooms. See and be seen at the Jean-Georges restaurant J&G Grill, the New York-inspired King Cole Bar, and the Diana restaurant, which features a gorgeous, leafy terrace offering sensational views over Reforma.
In the Area
A stroll–or chauffeur ride–away is Chapultepec Park, the city’s magnificent green space. Explore Chapultepec Castle, a lavish Neo-Gothic palace built during the Spanish Colonial era to house heads of state. Head to swanky Polanco and join the cashed-up stylish chilangos tucking into Enrique Olvera’s inventive nuevo Mexican cuisine at Pujol, one of the city’s most acclaimed restaurants, then drop into Art Deco-inspired Limantour, a new bar whose talented mixologists shake, strain, and muddle their way through an exemplary cocktail list.