Marquis Reforma Hotel and Spa
Located on the elegant Paseo de la Reforma, in the heart of Mexico City’s arts and financial district, Marquis Reforma & SPA Mexico City provides for immediate access to the city’s finest parks, shops, museums, restaurants and business centers.
A multitude of popular attractions are at walking distance including Chapultepec Park, the world renowned Museum of Anthropology and The Museum of Modern Art. Los Canarios Marquis, restaurant and bar, serves traditional Mexican-Spanish cuisine inspired by “what is fresh in the farmer’s market” in a casual, elegant ambiance. La Jolla Restaurant, oering international and mexican cuisine, opens for breakfast, Monday through Friday. Nick San Marquis Restaurant, New opening on March 1st, 2012. Discover the best of Japanese gastronomy with a very unique Mexican touch, opens daily, for lunch and dinner.
Spa Marquis is the biggest and most luxurious spa in Mexico City and also the first member of the prestigious Leading Spas in this capital city. It oers a highly trained sta and the most modern facilities, which include a hydrotherapy tub, swiss shower, jacuzzi, indoor pool, steam room, sauna and a fitness center with stunning views of the city.
It is no wonder that Hotel Marquis Reforma holds Mexico’s Grand Tourism rating for its exquisite food, ambiance, and service. Each of these attributes the hotel has earned are hallmarks of membership in the Leading Hotels of the World.
Inspired by the architecture of the Art Deco period, Marquis Reforma combines old-world charm with the technological advances of the 21st century, with a total of 209 rooms, 125 deluxe and 84 suites.
Marquis Reforma features three elegant ballrooms that were specifically designed for business meetings, receptions and banquets. The Business Center provides hotel guests with quick, convenient access to three meeting rooms and independent workstations.
Another, Restaurante La Pergola, offers an outdoor dining experience.
Bar La Palapa serves drinks by the outdoor pool.
25 minutes from Benito Juarez International Airport, on Paseo de la Reforma at the heart of Mexico City