Thanks to our excellent location in Mexico City’s Zona Rosa, you’ll be within short distance from attractions, museums and iconic monuments, such as:
Address: Paseo de la Reforma Río Tíberand Florencia, Mexico City, Federal District.
It’s one of the most emblematic monuments in Mexico, inaugurated to commemorate the centennial of the independence. Today is a cultural icon used as a meeting place for celebrations and manifestations.
Address: Paseo de la Reforma corner with Mississippi and Sevilla, Mexico City, Federal District.
One of the main representations of mexican sculpture art was built in 1938 and inaugurated in 1942 by the president Manuel Avila Camacho. It pays homage to women and is one of the most popular monuments in the city.
Address: Paseo de la Reforma S/N, Miguel Hidalgo. Mexico City, Federal District.
It’s located inside the Chapultepec Forrest and was inaugurated in 1964. Among the permanent exhibitions you can see works of artists like Frida Kahlo, David Alfaro Siqueiros, Diego Rivera, Rufino Tamayo and Leonora Carrington.
Address: Londres No. 6, Cuauhtemoc. Mexico City, Federal District.
The Wax Museum exhibits over 230 wax figures of the characters of history, politics, arts and sports from Mexico and all over the world. The museum opens its doors every day and has 14 theme halls, coffee shop, candy store, gift shop and more.
Address: Paseo de la Reforma 51, Chapultepec Forrest, Miguel Hidalgo. Mexico City, Federal District.
The Museo Tamayo Arte Contemporaneo, also know just as Museo Rufino Tamayo, is a precinct dedicated to promote and present the most outstanding pieces of international contemporary art. It has exhibition halls, an educational hall, theater, restaurant and shop.
Address: Chivatito S/N, first section of the Chapultepec Forrest, Miguel Hidalgo. Mexico City, Federal District.
Located in the Chapultepec Forrest, this is the most visited zoo in Mexico and the second largest of the country, just after the Guadalajara Zoo. Among its more than 1,900 animals of 250 species the giant pandas are one of the biggest highlights.
Address: Paseo de la Reforma and Calzada Gandhi S/N, Miguel Hidalgo, Mexico City, Federal District.
This is one of the most important museums in Mexico and Latin America. It was inaugurated in 1964 by the president Adolfo Lopez Mateos. It has 23 permanent exposition halls, 1 temporary hall and 2 auditoriums.