This luxurious hotel soars 26 storeys above Chapultepec Park and the exclusive Polanco district, and offers plush rooms swathed in elegant decor and traditional Mexican accents. Be spoilt with a nurturing spa treatment or laze by the pool while soaking up the sun and sweeping city views. Savour authentic Mexican in the contemporary restaurant, classic French delicacies of the Art Deco styled brasserie, and sample the 100 varieties of tequila in the exquisite lobby bar, adorned with antique furnishings and a wrought-iron chandelier.
Why we recommend the JW Marriott Hotel Mexico City
- Luxury hotel in a prestigious district
- Elegant rooms with modern amenities
- Swimming pool with city views
- Authentic Mexican restaurant and French brasserie
- Opulent lobby bar
Attractions near the JW Marriott Hotel Mexico City
Modern Mexican cuisine at its finest
The hotel’s impressive Xanat Bistro Terrace offers authentic Mexican cuisine with a contemporary flair. Step into the elegant dining room to enjoy the opulence of marble tabletops and plush leather furnishings, or take a seat outside on the sprawling timber deck to dine alfresco.
Classic cuts of meat, such as the rib eye, are reimagined Mexicana-style, sitting atop a pool of spicy sauce and presented with impressive attention to detail. Try to leave some room for the irresistible selection of desserts. There is also an excellent wine list to complement your memorable culinary experience.
The National Museum of Anthropology
With more than two million visitors annually, the iconic National Museum of Anthropology is among the most admired museums in the world. Set across 30,000 square metres, the Museum boasts impressive exhibition halls that showcase the diversity and multiculturalism of pre-Hispanic Mexico.
You may want to take some time to explore the permanent collections spread over eleven galleries, which tell the stories of Teotihuacan, Aztec and Mayan civilisations. Ancient relics and artefacts sit alongside historic handcrafted vases and intricate papermaking displays, while the temporary exhibits inject an eclectic air into any visit. After your trip into Mexico’s past, you can relax with a coffee or light meal at the onsite restaurant.
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|Wheel chair access in hotel||Concierge|
|Laundry room||Gift shop or boutique|
|Swimming pool||Health club or gym|
|Parking valet||Parking cost applicable|
|Minibar (some rooms)||Air conditioning|
|Television||Microwave (some rooms)|
|Refrigerator||Internet wireless fee|
|Internet (wireless)||Internet (cable)|
|Cable TV||Iron and ironing board|
|In room safe||Room service|
|Telephone||Internet cable fee|
|Internet (common wireless)||Internet common wireless fee|