The Marquis Reforma hotel is a beautiful hotel with wonderful art deco touches in the Chapultepec Park area of Mexico City. The hotel is right on the Paseo de Reforma and is walking distance to the National Anthropology Museum and the National Zoo in Chapultepec Park. From the moment you step out of your vehicle, the service is excellent - the doormen, the bellhops, the check in staff - thank you! We were in an Executive Suite and happened to have a balcony overlooking Paseo de Reforma - wonderful - thanks to the check in folks who gave us this room. A balcony is very nice and not many of the rooms in the hotel have one! Our room was on the 1st floor and there was a little bit of noise from the elevators but any noise was manageable since we really wanted a balcony room. Very comfortable king size bed, separate seating area with a couch, coffee table and desk and chair. Nice size marble bathroom with a huge shower (no bathtub), bathrobes and slippers and nice fluffy towels. L'Occitane toiletries are a nice touch. Very big closet with plenty of room to hang up your stuff, drawers, safe and an iron and ironing board - a very nice touch. There is also a small refrigerator/mini bar set up.
Turn down service in the evening with chocolates on the pillow, slippers set by the side of the bed and fresh fruit.
We had breakfast included with our stay and Mon-Friday it is an amazing buffet breakfast with all kinds of things to try. Sunday is brunch or menu service - also pretty amazing. I have to say that the breakfasts were the best meals that the restaurant served. We had dinner 1 night in Canarios and it was average and a bit disappointing after the amazing breakfasts (this is why I only gave 4 stars instead of 5). Service in the restaurant, however, is excellent.
The hotel also has the largest hotel spa in Mexico City - it is huge with an indoor pool, numerous treatment rooms, separate locker and jacuzzi and steam room areas for men & women - we only tried the pool and jacuzzi - I wish I had more time there as some of the treatments were very enticing! The hotel does have WiFi at a cost of 200 pesos per day - with the availability of WiFi these days, it should be free but some hotels in the USA and other places around the world are still charging - this policy should change. Our package included WiFi so we did not have to pay and I have to say their WiFi service is fast and pretty good.
I highly recommend this hotel if you are planning a stay in Mexico City - great location, beautiful hotel and friendly staff who really know how to make you feel welcome! Thanks so much for a great stay!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Be inspired at the Marquis Reforma Hotel & Spa, a Leading Hotels of the World property located along Mexico City's fashionable Paseo de la Reforma avenue. This is where chic, contemporary style meets warm, intuitive service. It's the personal touches that really make us stand out. Friendly, attentive and always discreet, our staff takes the time to understand your unique needs. We're home to the only certified Leading SPA in Mexico City. Allow our therapists at our spa to help you relax with a holistic treatment or stress-melting massage. Complete your busy day dining at one of our three exquisite restaurants, where you can dinf the best of the Mexican , Spanish, Italian, Argentinian and Japanese gastronomies. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Hotel Marquis Reforma
- Marquis Reforma Mexico City
- Marquis Hotel Mexico
- Marquis Reforma Hotel & Spa Mexico City