Sofitel Mexico City Reforma

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The Hotel

Located in the heart of Mexico City’s historic Reforma Avenue, experience chic French style while submerging yourself in the vibrant and lively Mexican culture. Guests of Sofitel Mexico City Reforma can enjoy sweeping views of Mexico’s capital from any one of the 275 guest rooms, 56 of which being finely appointed suites with exclusive amenities and modern décor. Located just steps away from such iconic monuments as The Angel of Independence and the Castle of Chapultepec, visitors will find themselves right in the middle of Mexican history and heritage. Sofitel Mexico City Reforma boasts 5 bars and restaurants, all with unique flavors and creative culinary expressions. Whether looking for spirited cocktails in the 38th floor bar Cityzen or elevated gastronomic exploration in Chef Luis Escamilla led restaurant Bajel, there is truly something for every style of dining. Travelers visiting Mexico City for business can take advantage of Sofitel’s state-of-the-art meeting rooms as well as the hotel’s convenient location within walking distance of the city’s thriving business district. Those looking for a tranquil escape from the bustling streets of Mexico City can relax in the serene and calming atmosphere of Sofitel’s lavishly appointed spa, followed by enjoying striking views of the city from the luxurious 38th floor pool. Travelers working on personal wellness goals have access to an innovative fitness center, fitted with technologically advanced equipment to attain desired fitness results at any level. See our Virtual Site Inspection here.

The Location

For a capital with such history, much is new in Mexico City; trendy restaurants or high-end stores seems to open every week. CDMX is more cosmopolitan than ever, producing world-class chefs, artists and designers, and drawing talented Europeans and Latin Americans. Mexico City is the city with the second-highest number of museums in the world and many of them are free (Must visit: Museo de Antropologia and Bellas Artes). It's the city with the oldest forest in the Americas (Bosque Chapultepec, an urban park that's double the size of New York City's Central Park). It has more than 40,000 restaurants, and even its top tables offer exceptional tasting menus that are far more affordable than comparable restaurants around the world. And despite all that traffic, there are so many ways to get around (Uber is recommended and affordable) that it's possible to explore the most far-flung reaches of Mexico City, such as the canals of Xochimilco, or the campus of the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM, in Spanish). Yes, it can be overwhelming, especially for a first-time visitor, but it's also enchanting. Mexico City travel is like taking a trip through time: you can climb pre-Hispanic pyramids of Teotihuacan, snap photos of colonial buildings in the Roma neighborhood, and dine at an avant-garde restaurant—all in one day. Best Time To Go: Any time of year. Winters are mild, with the lowest temperatures dropping to 50°F and May is the hottest month, with an average temperature of 64°F Language: Spanish Currency: Mexican peso




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Av. Paseo de la Reforma 297 Col. Cuauhtémoc, Alcaldía Cuauhtémoc CP. 06500 Ciudad de México
+52 55 8660 0500


by taxi / uber / private transportation 8 miles from Benito Juarez International Airport (MEX); 3.2 miles from the Historic Center; 1.2 miles from Castillo de Chapultepec; 3.7 miles from Polanco; 8.6 miles from Coyoacan