Other fine hotels


2009-09-09: NEW! A map of important conference venues, interesting locations and nearby hotels is now available on Google Maps.


Here are some more suggestions for hotels convenient for the conference or outstanding in some other way.

Modern

Condesa DF In La Condesa district is located this 40-room modern hotel. The renovated building with spa and alfresco sushi bar on its rooftop terrace, a “nueva cocina” restaurant at street level and a dance club underground. The sleek rooms, some with balconies overlooking Parque España, have flatscreen TV, DVD players, high-speed internet and rocking chairs.
http://www.condesadf.com/
Av. Veracruz 102, Colonia Condesa, Mexico City
Tel. (52-55) 52412600 Fax. (52-55) 52412640

Habita Habit Hotel is in a unique setting in Polanco district. With its minimalist design, the building itself is the epitome of controlled, refined, elegance ideal for the twenty-first century traveler. Its 36 rooms have all the amenities that can turn one´s visit into a life-long traditions. Habita delivers design and comfort with quality, finesse and detail. Serene and elegant spaces create a setting in which the hotel itself becomes art.
http://www.hotelhabita.com/
Av. Masaryk 201, Colonia Polanco, Mexico City
Tel. (52-55) 52823100 Fax. (52-55) 52823101

Hippodrome Hotel Boutique hotel with 15 rooms, in a historic property located in La Condesa district of Mexico City, famous district for abundance of trend-setting restaurants and bars. Renovated in 2006 to preserve its original Art Deco design. Guestrooms. This five-story lodging offers sophisticated character with guestrooms of varying design. Contemporary style draws upon custom furnishings crafted from indigenous woods, supple leathers and fine Mexican fabrics. Technological advancements include LCD flat-screen televisions, iPod docking stations and Bose surround-sound radios. Wireless Internet access is available for a fee. Bathrooms boast designer fixtures and feature rain showerheads.
www.thehippodromehotel.com
Avenida México 188, colonia Condesa
Tel. (52-55) 52122110

Best in town:

Four Seasons Hotel Ideally situated on the Paseo de la Reforma, near Chapultepec Park, the National Museum of Anthropology and History and leading business, shopping and residential areas, Four Seasons is a soothing oasis from which to explore one of the world's largest and most dynamic capitals. Four Seasons Hotel offers 240 rooms, including 40 suites, surrounding a beautifully landscaped fountain courtyard. With views across the courtyard or the avenues of Mexico City, accommodations are elegantly appointed.
http://www.fourseasons.com/es/mexico/
Paseo de la Reforma #500, Colonia Juárez, México, D.F., México, 06600
Tel. (52-55) 5230-1818 Fax. (5-55) 5230-1808

St Regis To be open June 1st 2009. The St. Regis Mexico City will offer an address like no other in the heart of Mexico City on the famous Paseo de la Reforma. The financial district of Polanco and the Castle of Chapultepec will be a mere 10-minute drive away. Exquisitely styled and lavishly appointed, our 189 guest rooms and suites will define refined luxury. Timeless elegance and personalized hospitality will fill the 10 floors and provide spectacular views over the city. The world is at your fingertips at The St. Regis Mexico City.
St. Regis Mexico City website
Reforma 439 Col. Cuauhtémoc
Tel. (52-55) 52424052

Architecturally important:

Camino Real Strategically located in the exclusive financial and commercial zone of Polanco and very close to the Bosque de Chapultepec and from the Rufino Tamayo, Anthropology and History, and Modern Art Museums, and from Chapultepec Castle, and located on Mariano Escobedo avenue, a few steps away from beautiful Paseo de la Reforma avenue, Camino Real Polanco México, with its 355,209 Sq. Ft. of gardens, pools, fountains, and patios is a refuge from the city´s busy life. It is located 30 minutes away from the Benito Juárez International Airport. It offers 712 rooms and suites, two swimming pools, a very modern gym, and 9 of the best restaurants and bars, all of these enriched by valuable works of art. (1) Built in an attractive architectonic style, and imagined as a hotel-museum by Architect Ricardo Legorreta, the Camino Real Polanco México Hotel opened to the public on July 25, 1968, combining modern architectural profiles with obvious pre-Hispanic pyramid reminiscences. It has been the headquarters for two soccer world cups and for the Olympic Games, as well as for more than 210 official visits from presidents and members of the monarchy from around the world.
http://www.caminoreal.com/mexico/main.php
Mariano Escobedo 700 Col Anzures-Polanco
Tel: (52-55) 52 63-8888, Fax: (52- 55) 52 63-8889

Local boutique hotels

Grand Hotel de la Ciudad de México El Gran Hotel de la Ciudad de México is a place full of magic. Is the only place where you can enjoy the elegance of classic, with luxury and confort of modern life. El Gran Hotel de la Ciudad de México is a Historic place where our guest will enjoy the warm environment of the 19th century with all the facilities of the 21th century. It has a beautiful ceiling, a Tiffany stainglass window signed by Jaques Gruber made in 1908, catalogued by the Fine Arts Mexican Institute as Cultural Inheritage. This was the first building constructed with the “Chicago” procedure in which iron and concrete were used. It has two panoramic elevators located at the majestic lobby . The exclusive 50 rooms and suites have a 24 hr guest service, high speed internet and cable TV.
http://www.granhotelciudaddemexico.com/pagina_prin_eng.htm
Av. 16 de septiembre 82, Centro histórico.
Tel (52-55) 10837700

Hotel de Cortés (Boutique Hotel)
http://www.boutiquehoteldecortes.com/es/index.php
Av. Hidalgo 85 Colonia Guerrero México DF 06300
Tel +52 (55) 5518-2181 Fax +52 (55) 5512-1863

More hotels in the area (downtown):

Hotel Meliá
http://es.solmelia.com/hoteles/mexico-df.html
Reforma # 1 Col. Centro
Tel 52-55 51285000

Hotel Gillow Hotel Gillow is one of the oldest hotels in Mexico City, located in the center of the Historic Center, in the street Isabel la Católica on the corner of Cinco de Mayo, two streets away from the main Mexico City Zócalo and the City Cathedral, and only three streets away from Bellas Artes, an excellent Mexico City location, so our hotel guests will enjoy all the splendour of Mexico City. Hotel Gillow offers comfortable rooms, Master and Nuptial suites, all have modern, functional bathrooms and offer all you would expect from a hotel with excellent services at an economic price. In the hotel restaurant, "La Capilla", you can enjoy delicious national Mexican and international dishes which you can accompany with a large selection of drinks from our hotel bar.
http://www.hotelgillow.com/indexS.php
Isabel La Católica #17, Col. Centro Histórico
Reservation telephone numbers: 5510-0791 / 5510-8585 / 5518-1440 5510-2636 / 5521-3523,
Hotel E-mail: hgillow@prodigy.net.mx

Hotel Majestic This historical hotel, located in the heart of Mexico City offers 80 single or double rooms with king size beds or two individual beds. The magnificent building of seven floors with outer balconies and the lobby where the quarry, carved wood, bronze and Talavera are combined in a unique style. All the rooms has ample space and excellent view to the Zocalo (main square) and Madero avenue long to be able to appreciate the ceremony of the fag each morning and afternoon.
http://www.majestichotel.com.mx/
reservaciones@majestichotel.com.mx
Av. Madero 73. Col. Centro Histórico
Tel. (52-55) 55218600 to 09