This hotel located in the Zona Rosa is two short blocks to Reforma where many office towers are located. Only two blocks also from the Monument to Independence (Golden Angel). Taxis are readily available and there are many good restaurants nearby on Reforma. The hotel has an excellent new restaurant called ALMARA with excellent Mediterranean/Mexican food and a good wine selection. ALMARA is also open for breakfast. The Business Brisas Club level is well worth the extra charge as it has a lovely bright lounge area, a good continental breakfast (juices, fruit, yogurt, cereals, sweet rolls and bread for toasting, tea, cold meats and even a breakfast dish for Oriental guests, espresso coffee machine) and in the evening canapes with wine and soft drinks. There is free WiFI and a bilingual concierge will help with copies or scanning docs as required. Club guests can also check in and out on the 11th Floor Club level.There is also an outdoor roof top swimming pool with lounger chairs and wonderful towels.
Traveller from Victoria, BC, Canada
Amid numerous restaurants and shops, the mid-rise Galeria Plaza Reforma is in the Zona Rosa district, 1 block from the grand …More
I was looking for a nice hotel not so expensive and that wqs located in a centric part of the city. It was, everywhere i went was really near, like 10 - 20min away by walking (except for the airport). The only thing i didnt like was that when i saw the pictures pf the hotel there ws a pool so we took our bathingsuits and when we got there they told us there was one. That thwy just showed pictures of all their hotels and some them have pools but this one specifically didnt. Thats the only negative thing i have to say. Other than that the service was excellent. Great service, AMAZING staff.
Traveller from Mexico City
Located in Reforma, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Diana the Huntress Fountain, The Angel of Independence Monument …More
I travel a lot to Mexico city. This is the very fist time that I get what I saw in the pictures. Pictures represent the hotel room perfectly. Important: we made a reservation for two. At the very last minute my friend's son decided to join us. We were very excited that he would come, but we were wondering if there would be a problem with the hotel's room. We asked the front desk person to help us get a bigger room, double instead of single, etc. And she said "yes" with a smile. The room has WiFi. My friends said they did not like the fact that they could not find a coffee machine, but honestly...I found that to be a tiny little thing. I am sure it is related to the remodeling. We paid too little compared to the quality of the hotel. Did I mentioned it is located just around the corner of Reforma 222? Their location is perfect.
Traveller from San Diego, Ca
Located in Reforma, this hotel is within a 5-minute walk of Cuauhtemoc Monument and Biblioteca Benjamin Franklin. Teatro …More
Reforma is noted for the Paseo de la Reforma which is a 12 km long avenue and park in Mexico City and sprawls through the city's main financial, commercial, and entertainment districts. Some of the city's attractions such as the Modern Art Museum, the Museum of Anthropology, and the National History Museum all sit in the Chapultepec Park and Zoo, a large park along the Paseo de la Reforma.