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Poshness defines Polanco, this wealthy neighborhood retains elegance unmatched elsewhere in Distrito Federal. Brunch in the Polanquito area, then keep up with the latest fashion trends in luxury boutiques around every corner. Top it off with beautiful cafés and restaurants that surround Lincoln Park, a treat to the senses thanks to the art decó architecture and high quality gourmet cuisine found here.
This Museum is a joy for art lovers. The building itself is an architectural beauty. The collections inside are displayed in a very convenient and inviting way. There are fine collections of Mexicans painters, beautiful collection of Impressionist painters, August Rodin sculptures, Japanese and Chinese arts and much more. Admission is free. Do not miss.
This avenue hosts the most exclusive shops and restaurants. It is a place full of life, no matter when you visit. If you are staying close to Polanco it is worth a walk on it. If you can afford it, you'll find some of the most luxurious brands and can shop there. If not, you can still enjoy a wonderful...
The path and walk of/around the lake is simply tranquil and beautiful with city views. There are locals and tourists with an ability to rent boats or just walk around the lake and take in the views.
Depending on one's preference of crowds, there is the option to arrive early in the morning or mid-day. There are shop vendors that...
Unlike some of the other reviews, our waiting times were minimal, even when our visit was on a Saturday. It helps to get to the place early or as soon as they open because as the day goes by, people from all over the big city start joining in. This makes sense for parking, ticketing line, guided tours, etc.
My first time at this Museum, when we were waiting in line they were really nice, but I didn't really like that they bring family with kids all the way to the front specially when they only have one person who's giving you the tickets, this make everything so slow. The exhibitions is only for 30 min, the store its...
"Travel like a Ceo Mexico City series. Sit W. Churchill’s Restuarant"
reviewed 1 week ago by Alejandro C
Travel like e CEO.
When in Mexico City and wanting to have a serious dining experience go to W Churchill restaurant.
When is say serious,I mean it alll the way.
Good food, good service, and nice English decor I’m a quiet ambience, this is not the lance to go of tou are liking for good, up beat atmosphere. This is....
$$ - $$$ • Mexican, Latin, Seafood, South American
"Aguy y Yassss!"
reviewed 1 week ago by ratesh p
Our waiter for the evening was very charismatic and provided great service during our dinner. The sampler ceviche was amazing as were the rest of our dishes. Please note that the macho margarita is not for the faint of heart...very spicy! Our dining experience topped off a great night in Polanco!
I chose this restaurant solely on the TripAdvisor rating.. I was very pleased that I was not let down. The meal was excellent and I thoroughly enjoyed it... I had rissoto and meat... The guacamole was very good..
I liked the place, great atmosphere, nice location, good food. Nothing to complain about and I recommend this place.
We were staying at Las Alcobas next door and stopped in for a quick lunch after arriving in CDMX. Although not directly connected to the hotel, this restaurant has the same ownership as the hotel.
Lunch was amazing. Service was great as they accommodated us without a reservation. We sat on the covered patio in the front of the restaurant...
We stayed at Las Alcobas, so we had breakfast every morning here since it is part of the hotel. We also ate a few lunches and dinners here. The quality of the food was great. With all the other choices within steps of this restaurant, we never were disappointed. Moreover, the staff were amazing. We have some quirks regarding our...
"When with family, this is our new home in the city."
reviewed 3 days ago by chichenuxmal
In the heart of Polanco. With GREAT service. Well appointed, ample rooms, this has become our home in beautiful Mexico City.
The amenities are nice. The place is quiet.
Memorable stays over time inspire me to write them a new review.
The international Food is very good, the service is excelent! The staff was very helpful and gentle
A great time spent.
The menu is with a Lot of options, try the mexican specialities, the cocktails are not as good as the food
I stayed at the Hyatt in Mexico City for a business trip. The overall experience was very good. The hotel and staff are top notch. As a World of Hyatt member I stayed on the Regency floor and had access to the club, which was excellent.
Came here for a long weekend getaway with a group for a bachelors party. Hotel staff was very accommodating and friendly. Omar Huerta, Natalia, and Carlos were especially exceptional with area suggestions, hot-spots, areas to avoid, and the much needed morning macchiato's, and evening elixirs. Hotel was nice and clean and in a great location/area.
Wide and modern rooms, nice gym (even if there is a park just behind the hotel). Good breakfast buffet even if a little bit crowded but large choice and fresh products. Only problem : you need to use your room card to go to your floor in the elevator. Mine worked sometimes and other times not. Not normal in an...