This is the former Nikko Hotel which just to be a very exclusive hotel in the 90's. Last January I spent two nights in this hotel. Since arrival you feel a different atmosphere, modernist style. The rooms still conserve this Japanese fashion style and have to say they are very comfortable and tidy. As expected WiFi is ready available with good quality. The rooms are very quiet which for me is a big ticket for my reviews. Excellent variety or American and local TV channels. Most important is located in the uptown side of Reforma Avenue across from the Auditorio and far away from where all the protests are happening. Service is excellent and they speak fluid English.
The restaurants serve excellent food, specially the breakfast buffet is well maintained and being the restaurants in the 1st floor you have privacy while eating.
This hotel serves well for business purposes, I do not think it works if you are planning to take the family with you, specially if you have small children.
This hotel is way above others in the same area.The bad thing excellent hotels do not come cheap.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- FITNESS CENTER Our renewed Athletic Club has three tennis courts, sauna, steam room and fitness center area it is available for our guests 24 hours. We have cardiovascular and weight lifting equipment. Our outdoor sundeck and indoor pool is kept at a temperature of 30 ° C (86 ° F). They are located next to the fitness center. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Hotel Nikko Mexico City
- Hyatt Regency Mexico City