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Mexico City

A Luxury Collection Destination, Federal District, Mexico

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The ancient heart of the Aztec empire, Mexico City still reigns supreme as one of the world’s most dynamic cities.

Climbing skyscrapers line iconic thoroughfares, as the city stretches across a legendary valley bursting with bustling plazas and bohemian barrios packed with trendy boutiques, galleries and cafes. Indulge in one of the world’s best culinary scenes—from the humble taqueria to five-star restaurants. Relics of Aztec temples, Spanish palaces, and remarkable museums are just part of the cultural wealth of Mexico’s capital city.

-°C / -°F MXN - Peso Spanish Benito Juarez Airport (MEX)

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  1. Chapultepec Castle
    Bosque de Chapultepec
    1. Chapultepec Castle
    Bosque de Chapultepec

    High on a hillside in a spot historically sacred to the Aztecs stands a Neoclassical castle straight out of fairytale surrounded by thick parkland. The former residence of Emperor Maximilian I of Mexico and his wife Empress Carlotta is now the National Museum of History. Explore grand period rooms with rich tapestry, gilded chandeliers, and a hallways lined with glorious stained glass windows.

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  2. Day Trip to Teotihuacan
    40 km northeast of Mexico City
    2. Day Trip to Teotihuacan
    40 km northeast of Mexico City

    Teotihuacan, known as “The City of the Gods,” is thought to be the place where the sun and the moon were created. Laid out in harmony with the cosmos, this vast, archaeological site is a testimony to the magnificent civilization that flourished here between the first and seventh centuries. Once the ceremonial center of one of the largest and most powerful cities in the Americas, Teotihuacan holds profound spiritual and cultural importance.

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  3. El Bazaar Sábado
    San Jacinto 11, Álvaro Obregón, San Ángel
    3. El Bazaar Sábado
    San Jacinto 11, Álvaro Obregón, San Ángel

    Follow the crowds of locals and visitors to this highly curated market of contemporary and traditional handicrafts held every Saturday. What began as a small collective of artist in 1960, is now a proper bazaar of ceramics, one-of-a-kind jewelry, intricate textiles and decorative pieces on display in an 18th century colonial mansion.

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  4. Frida Kahlo museum
    Londres 247, Del Carmen, Coyoacán,
    4. Frida Kahlo museum
    Londres 247, Del Carmen, Coyoacán,

    Casa Azul, the Blue House, offers an intimate look into the life of legendary artist Frida Kahlo. Meander through 10 rooms, including her studio, in the place where Kahlo was born and took her final breaths. Incredibly well-preserved, it is adorned with the artist’s work, Mexican folk art, photographs, postcards and all manner of personal items that weave the tale of the Bohemian artist’s incredible life.

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  5. Luis Barragan house and studio
    General Francisco Ramírez 12-14, Miguel Hidalgo, Ampliación Daniel Garza
    5. Luis Barragan house and studio
    General Francisco Ramírez 12-14, Miguel Hidalgo, Ampliación Daniel Garza

    Deemed a UNESCO World Heritage Site, architect and engineer Luis Barragan’s house and studio is a masterpiece of modern Mexican architecture. Interiors play with light, flat plains and bold color, and the original furniture and the architect’s impressive collection of contemporary Mexican art are on display.

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  6. MUAC, Contemporary Art Museum
    Insurgentes Sur 3000, University Cultural Center, Coyoacán
    6. MUAC, Contemporary Art Museum
    Insurgentes Sur 3000, University Cultural Center, Coyoacán

    The great glass and concrete MUAC museum designed by Mexican-architect Teodoro González de León is a fantastic optical illusion as it appears to lean forward towards a wide plaza. The light-flooded interiors are just as remarkable and host large scale exhibitions from the world’s leading contemporary artists.

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  7. Museo del Objeto Museum
    Colima 145, La Roma
    7. Museo del Objeto Museum
    Colima 145, La Roma

    Housed in a handsome Art Nouveau building in the trendy Roma neighborhood, Museo del Objecto pieces together a record of daily life in the 19th century through everyday objects. The curious items—matchbooks, sunglasses, perfume bottles—is a history of industrial and graphic design through a nostalgic lens.

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  8. Palacio de Bellas Artes
    Av. Juárez, Centro Histórico
    8. Palacio de Bellas Artes
    Av. Juárez, Centro Histórico

    Neoclassical, art nouveau and modern art deco styles mingle effortlessly in this white-marble palace to the arts. The treasures inside are just as impressive, including Diego Rivera murals, pre-Hispanic sculptural motifs, and a Tiffany-crystal dome. The theater hosts live concerts, including performances by the National Folkloric Ballet and National Symphony Orchestra.

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  9. Pendulo cafe and bookstore
    Av.Nuevo León 115, Cuauhtémoc,
    9. Pendulo cafe and bookstore
    Av.Nuevo León 115, Cuauhtémoc,

    Get blissfully lost in the stacks of this two-level bookstore and cafe. Flip through titles in both Spanish and English on the crowded shelves. Shop from the literary-themed novelty gifts and journals also stocked in-store.

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Juan Pablo
Chief Concierge at Los Alcobas

It’s easy to be lured by the bright lights and constant buzz of the world’s fifth most populated city. However, there is a tranquil side of the city—if you know where to look.

Xochimlico Ecological Park
Xochimlico Ecological Park

One of my favorite spots to reclaim peace and quiet is the Xochimlico Ecological Park. Drift along the colorful canals on a placid boat ride through this oasis of green where you’ll spy egrets, osprey, and other creatures that have made this World Heritage Site their home

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Las Alcobas
A Luxury Collection Hotel, Mexico City

Ave. Presidente Masaryk 390 Mexico City 11560 Mexico

(52)(55) 3300 3900 View Exclusives
Las Alcobas A Luxury Collection Hotel, Mexico City

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Aurora Spa Aurora Spa

Ease tensions and unwind with signature massages, healing rituals, soothing scrubs with essential oils and facials at this spoiling spa.

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Destination Dining Destination Dining

Chef Justin Ermini elevates farm-to-table fare at Anatol, and renowned Chef Martha Ortiz Dulce revisits traditional Mexican dishes at the elegant Patria.

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Rejuvenate Package Rejuvenate Package

Relax and feel pampered during your stay with a Cinq Monde facial and papaya body scrub, continental breakfast daily and complimentary soft drinks and snacks from the mini-bar.

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