The St. Regis Mexico City
What We Love
- 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
- Free WiFi
- Handicap Accessible
- Kids Club
- Parking On Site
- Room Service
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.
How to Get There
an ok hotel but could be better. The rooms need modernization. Most travelers have phones, iPads, and computers. I hate to crawl under the nightstand to plug stuff in. They do have an iPhone dock on one side of the bed, but as it is a king size mattress, they really need an outlet on both sides. The bathroom light above the bathtub was out and wasn't fixed even though we asked. The bath towels were coarse and threadbare. The one really positive thing that I have to say about the total was that the staff is tremendous- friendly, helpful and extremely courteous. The gym is also great.
I recently had the opportunity to stay at this hotel, and I am very happy that I did. I have stayed at this chain before, but never this location. I knew that they set themselves a high standard to maintain. This location met or exceeded all my expectations.
The check in process is easy, and you are escorted from your car door to your room door by a nice professional staff. The rooms themselves are excellently appointed, with rich materials, and one of the most comfortable beds I have had in a hotel. The suite I had was very ample in size, well thought out and a relaxing retreat after a long day. While yes, there is some noise from the street, unavoidable in a big city, they do provide earplugs to help you get a good night's rest.
The service and commitment to a guests happiness is a priority here, and it shows. Everyone I encountered was cheerful, professional and made sure I was having the best possible stay. To say I felt welcome was an understatement. I had a visit from the hotel manager, who seemed genuinely interested in my experience and that I was 100% satisfied. The staff at this hotel are a cut above, and succeed in making the St. Regis a top-notch hotel and your visit a truly pleasant one.
The breakfast I had at Restaurant Diana was excellent. Attentive service, a buffet with many options which all looked delicious, and an ala carte menu which served some of the best eggs I have had in a long time. I left pleasantly full and ready to start my day.
My one complaint - and extremely minor at that, given you are in a wonderful city that you should be out exploring - the TV channels. There are large, high quality HDTVs in these rooms. Yet it seems that almost every channel was standard definition and a low quality picture. A better service provider should be found.
In the end, this had little impact on what was easily one of the best stays I have had in a hotel. Even at this price point, they are value for money.
This is a beautifl hotel with absolutely all the detail and care necessary to make it a true travel experience, from the front desk to the bell boy he hotel is desgined to make you feel at home.
There is a perfect terrace with one lf the best views of the city that you simply cannot miss.
This is a great hotel in Mexico City not far fro Chapultepec Park and associated attractions. The hotel staff is exactly what you would expect for a hotel of this character. The room was spacious and comfortable. I would highly recommend this location for anyone planning a stay in Mexico City.
Warm, cosy, pleasant. Nice bathrooms with very complicated shower control. Fast internet, good bed. Very kind and helpful staff, the hotel simply feels nice.
The blackout curtains are annoying as they did not close properly, leaving a gap for the sun to come through.. no space on the vanity, pretty poor breakfast coffee.