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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


  •  Babysitting
  •  Bar
  •  Free WiFi
  •  Gym
  •  Handicap Accessible
  •  Kids Club
  •  Parking On Site
  •  Pet-friendly
  •  Pool
  •  Restaurant
  •  Room Service
  •  Spa
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Hyper-luxurious high rise offering glam attractions like a pool with panoramic views and a Jean-Georges restaurant

The Lowdown

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

The St. Regis Mexico City
Paseo De La Reforma 439
Mexico City, 06500 Mexico
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Fantastic Staff

A great hotel with lovely staff and great rooms and 2 good restaurants and a Lovely Bar and very good breakfast. Great Central Location. Good Gym and Pool. A Grand Delux room a very good size with excellent Beds.

St. Regis is sine qua non- nothing else comes close!

In a word superb from beginning to end. I had to travel to Mexico for business and decided to bring my family; we stayed from 10/31/19 to 11/06/19. The hotel is, indeed, an oasis amid the tumult that is Mexico City. I arrived and explained to the desk agent that I needed to bring my son with us unexpectedly as circumstances had changed. Without missing a beat, they brought an extra roll away bed without an additional cost. Moreover, I mentioned that my son would have his tenth birthday during our stay in the hotel but more on that later.
The hotel is well situated to key sites on the Paseo De La Reforma, between the Bosque de Chapultepec and the Zocalo (historic center). We traversed the area without difficulty visiting everywhere from Chapultepec Castle and the Anthropology Museum to the Metropolitan Cathedral and the Templo Mayor.
As a regular traveler, I tend to eschew hotel restaurants but I was blown away by the superb, upscale take on Mexican classics in Diana (the hotel's excellent all-purpose restaurant)- delicious for breakfast and dinner; also the King Cole bar should not be missed nor should their singular Bloody Mary with a Mexican twist.
But, the absolute pinnacle of professionalism that entirely won me over was the hotel's attention to detail and willingness to place a guest first-even a ten year old. On the day of my son's birthday, upon arriving late to the room after dinner, my son was greeted with a chocolate, mousse cake, balloons, and a white, Teddy Bear adorned in a blue wind breaker with hoodie bearing the St. Regis logo-this is important because for most of the week my son wore a blue windbreaker with a hoodie. My boy burst out in joy and said that the St. Regis is the best because they even made a bear based on him. I highly recommend the hotel without reserve!

Excellent Hotel

Luxurious, elegant, spotless, comfortable room and bathroom. Great amenities, wonderful service. Plenty of restaurant choices. We tried the Spanish one and the food was excellent. The buffet breakfast was superb. One of the top hotels we have stayed in.