Flaunting French Art Nouveau glamour, this majestic boutique hotel overlooks the historic Zocalo and unveils a stunning Tiffany’s stained-glass atrium, gilded wrought-iron elevator, Louis XV-style chandelier and birds singing from large cages in the lobby. Each luxurious individually styled room and lavish suite exudes graceful old-world charm and envelopes antique furnishings, fine fabrics and high ceilings. A stunning rooftop terrace serves up a fine dining restaurant and spectacular Zocolo, National Palace and cathedral views.
Why we recommend the Gran Hotel Ciudad De Mexico
- Glamorous Art Nouveau hotel
- Near the Zocalo and National Palace
- Rooms with period furnishings
- Beautiful antique style with priceless treasures
- Rooftop terrace with fine dining
Attractions near the Gran Hotel Ciudad De Mexico
Rooftop dining with world-class views
The hotel’s signature restaurant promises some of the most breathtaking views that can be found in Mexico City. Both the elegant dining room and the stylish rooftop terrace boast panoramic views across the Zocalo, the National Palace and other stunning city sights.
It's not all about the views; you can indulge in exquisite cuisine that fuses fresh local ingredients with modern Mexican panache. Seafood enthusiasts will love the lobster medallion drizzled with pipian (pumpkin seed sauce), while meat lovers will enjoy the beef tenderloin with crispy corn, Poblano chilli and Asadero cheese. The weekend welcomes hearty appetites with a relaxed buffet brunch packed full of international and local flavours.
The illustrious National Palace
Dating back to before the age of the Aztecs and set on a federal site, the National Palace is known for its impressive architecture. Although this is a working building with some parts inaccessible to visitors, you don’t want to miss the chance to wander through the beautiful Baroque interiors.
The Spanish colonial architecture unveils stunning courtyards and majestic fountains, while inside you can find historic murals that depict the rise of the Aztecs, the Spanish Conquest, the invasions of America and France, and other stories from Mexico’s tumultuous past. Best of all, the Palace is just a short stroll from the hotel.
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|Wheel chair access in hotel||Balcony / terrace (some rooms)|
|Gift shop or boutique||Baby sitting|
|Recreation game room||Health club or gym|
|Parking valet||Parking cost applicable|
|Minibar (some rooms)||Air conditioning|
|Internet (wireless)||Internet (cable)|
|Cable TV||Iron and ironing board|
|In room safe||Room service|
|Telephone||Tea and coffee making facilities|
|Internet cable fee||Internet (common wireless)|
|Internet common wireless fee||Non-smoking|