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Mexico City soars above the earth at an elevation of almost 8,000 feet.  The great basin of Anahuac, also known as the Valley of Mexico, is an ancient lakebed about 60 miles long and 30 miles wide.   It is on this vast surface, surrounded by towering mountains on all sides, that the original settlement was established by nomadic, indigenous people in the 14 th century. From that modest beginning, the city has grown in every direction to encompass 300 colonias or neighborhoods connected by everything from cobblestone streets and narrow alleyways to eight lane major thoroughfares. 

Best Western Estoril Hotel

The Best Western Estoril is a recently remodeled, modern hotel, with comfortable rooms, located in the historical center. You will find world-class service that is recognized in five continents around the world. Oporto Restaurant provides a wide variety of international and Mexican dishes. The Oporto Bar has entertainment and fun. Remember us on your next visit to Mexico City, with your family or business, the Best Western Estoril for the best of downtown.

Best Western Hotel De Cortes

This AAA Two-Diamond Best Western is located across the street from Alameda Park, two blocks from the Palace of Fine Arts, and six miles from Mexico City International Airport. The hotel is also 10 blocks from museums and cathedrals, half a mile from the Metropolitan Cathedral and Zocalo Plaza, and five miles from the anthropology museum.

Hotel amenities include laundry facilities, concierge, free weekday newspapers, restaurant, and lounge with live entertainment on Friday nights. The hotel also offers room service, babysitting, and safety deposit.
All rooms feature TVs, alarm clock radios, and refrigerators.

Best Western Majestic
The hotel offers American breakfast in the follow rack rates ( TT,NSM - K NSM - DD ) for one or two persons with the rate of 115.00 USD from November 23, 2005 until June 30, 2006. The Best Western Majestic is a four star hotel, located in the Zocalo, in the heart of downtown Mexico City facing the National Palace, the Metropolitan Cathedral, the city Government buildings, and only two blocks from the Aztec Temples. We are a seven- story building from the beginning of the Century where the Barroque style can be admired in the main lobby and the stone work, carved wood, bronze, and Talavera of Puebla mix in a unique way. In the Best Western?s, La Terraza Restaurant, you have the best view to the Zocalo.

Calinda Geneve Hotel
The Hotel Calinda Geneve offers moderately priced, contemporary accommodations with traditional Mexican flair. The hotel is located in Mexico City's Zona Rosa (pink zone). Within one mile, guests will find La Rosa Shopping Mall, Chalpultepec Park Zoo and Castle, and the Museum of Modern Art. If you'd like to workout, take advantage of the hotel's fitness room. The hotel has two restaurants, Cafe Jardin and Sanborn. Both are open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Room service is available. The lobby bar is a casual destination for cocktails and conversation. For guests' convenience, the hotel offers three meeting rooms, a business center, a gift shop, and parking. For air transportation, the Juarez International airport is approximately 14 miles from the hotel. There are 270 rooms on five floors at this hotel. Standard amenities include air-conditioning, an alarm clock radio, coffeemaker, dataport telephone, hairdryer, iron, ironing board, in-room safe, minibar, and television.

Camino Real Aeropuerto Mexico City
The Camino Real Aeropuerto is connected by a covered pedestrian bridge to Benito Juarez International Airport, and about a 20-minute drive from downtown Mexico City. Local attractions include Guadalupe Basilica, Templo Mayor, Chapultepec Castle, Dolores Olmedo Museum, and Xochimilco.

Hotel amenities include 24-hour business center, laundry/valet service, shoeshine, concierge, travel agency, boutique, tobacco shop, gift shop, babysitting, car rental services, valet parking, and daily newspaper. Guests may also enjoy the well-equipped gym, steam room, massage services, beauty salon, sauna, exercise classes, and covered swimming pool. Onsite dining options include La Huerta Restaurant, Cualli Restaurant, Pizza Real, Caf?? Real, La Mansion Restaurant, and Casa Avila Restaurant. There is also a lobby bar available for drinks and live music.

Guest rooms feature irons, ironing boards, mini-bars, safe deposit box, individual climate controls, and direct-dial telephones.

Camino Real Ejecutivo Perinorte
Located north of the Metropolitan area of Mexico City, just a few steps from Periferico Norte and Via Gustavo Baz junction, Camino Real Perinorte is in the heart of the most important industrial zones, such as Naucalpan, Tlalnepantla, and Cuautitlan Izcalli. The hotel offers a gym, business center, meeting rooms, heliport, private garage, bar, and cafeteria. Room service is available 24 hours a day. Other services include concierge, laundry, safety deposit, and 24-hour front desk.

Each of the hotel's 137 rooms has Internet access, minibar, safe, and alarm clock. There are non-smoking and handicap-accessible rooms available.

Camino Real Mexico
The Camino Real Mexico City is a distinctive, 714-room luxury hotel, located in the uptown neighborhood of Polanco, close to major attractions and restaurants, about 25 minutes from the airport. The hotel is part of the Leading Hotels of the World and is the frequent choice of celebrities and heads-of-state when visiting the capital.

The sleek lines and vibrant colors were conjured by the imagination of renowned Mexican architect Ricardo Legorreta, who succeeded in creating one of Mexico City's most distinguished hotels. Unassuming, yet exceptional artwork like Alexander Calder sculptures and Rufino Tamayo paintings interact with other inimitable features such as a curious fountain that mesmerizes with a continuous, circular wave.

The hotel is ideally located in the upscale, high-rise neighborhood of Polanco. The finest shopping and many of the city's best restaurants are nearby as is Chapultepec Park, the Anthropology Museum, modern art museums and other attractions.

Amenities available are two swimming pools, a fully-equipped gym, shops, beauty salon, and babysitting.

You can dine at one of the Camino Real's superb restaurants that include the internationally known Le Cirque, the famous China Grill with its Moon Bar, Centro Castellano for Spanish cuisine, the 24-hour Bice Bistro featuring seafood and Italian specialties, the traditional La Huerta, ideal for informal get-togethers, and The Blue Lounge, a unique over-water bar.

The accommodations are superior in decor with elegant touches like red marble in the bathrooms. All rooms include air conditioning, servi-bar, and satellite TV.

Casa Blanca Hotel
Enjoy the tradition and style of our newly refurbished facilities as well as our unbeatable location. The Casa Blanca is just steps away from the main avenues Reforma and Insurgentes. For business or pleasure the Casa Blanca Hotel is an ideal choice. Fresh purified water, air conditioning, color cable TV and direct-dial telephone are some of the features of the Casa Blanca Hotel. A modern, superior first-class hotel, the Casa Blanca prides itself on its hospitable atmosphere and service. The hotel's Seibal Restaurant is open from 7 a. and offers both Mexican and International cuisine. There also is a rooftop garden bar.

Casa Condesa Extended Stay Mexico
Typical mexican boutique hotel built originaly in 1920 and renovated in 2004, located in the cultural corridor of the Colonia Roma. 32 ample suites with kitchennette, microwave, fridge, coffee maker, cable TV, phone, WIFI internet. You will apreciate a kind and personalized service. We serve internacional and mexican food at your request, with a very personalized service.

Casa Inn Mexico City
The Casa Inn Mexico City is located in the best nightlife, shopping and business districts. Nearby points of exceptional interest include the Reforma Boulevard and the Pink Zone, near the Anthropology Museum and the US Embassy. Each guest room offers electronic door locks, cable TV, safe deposit box, hairdryer and bottled water. Other amenities include La Terraza Restaurant.

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Mexico City is a place of incomparable energy and excitement.  It is sprawling and populous in the extreme, yet cosmopolitan and modern.  It is the site of  a wealth of historical attractions and museums, striking architecture, and world-class performing arts. 

The heart of the city is the Zocalo, a large plaza flanked by the Cathedral and the National Palace.  This 500-block virtual museum of colonial architecture, was built on ruins of the Aztec capital, Tenochtitlan. The Templo Mayor, one block from the Zocalo, is the foremost relic of that period. Artifacts unearthed at the site are displayed next door in the  Museo del Templo Mayor.

The park just west of the Zocalo, Alameda Central, is lined by museums, and the Palacio de Bellas Artes, a performing-arts venue and a must-see for its art-deco interior and elegant dome, is at its northeastern corner. Paseo de la Reforma, the city's stately, elegant boulevard, flanked by modern skyscrapers and hotels, runs along the western edge of the Alameda Central. From there, it travels southwest to Chapultepec Park, the site of several museums and the zoo.

There are many points of interest in other colonias (neighborhoods) southwest of the Historic Center. About halfway between the Historic Center and Chapultepec Park is La Zona Rosa, a commercial neighborhood of restaurants, shops and nightspots. Just south of La Zona Rosa is Condesa, an attractive residential  neighborhood popular for shopping, dining and nightlife.

Chapultepec Park is not only the city's largest park, but it's also home to many fine museums, such as the world-renowned Museo Nacional de Antropologia.   In the daytime, the park  is patrolled by police on horseback who are dressed to resemble charros , traditional Mexican cowboys. North of Chapultepec Park is Polanco, an upscale neighborhood with many fine hotels, restaurants and shops.

Mexico City defines flavor for food and art lovers alike, and you'll find great places to eat everywhere, from taco vendors to upscale restaurants. You'll also find cuisine from every part of the world, especially in Condesa and Polanco.

Those traveling to Mexico City will find symphony orchestras, a national ballet company, a national opera company and numerous theaters offering performances in Spanish.   Museums are plentiful and impressive, and most offer free admission on Sundays and are closed on Mondays. Ballet Folklorico's performances of traditional Mexican dance at the Palacio de Bellas Artes are particularly noteworthy.   The most colorful attractions are the traditional religious festivals occurring throughout the year.

Mexico City is an exciting combination of Aztec, Spanish colonial and modern art and architecture. Between Alameda Central and the Zocalo are several impressive buildings and museums, including the Palacio de Iturbide, an Italianate baroque palace, Casa de Azulejos (the House of Tiles), the Correo Central (the main post office), the Museo Nacional de Arte,  containing Mexican art exhibits, and Museo Franz Mayer which displays religious art and European antiquities.

About 6 miles south of the city center are Coyoacan and San Angel, both with lovely colonial buildings housing museums, galleries, cafes and shops.

The climate in Mexico City is delightful for outdoor recreation:  walking, jogging, golf, tennis, paddleboating, when the air-pollution level is not too high. Check the weather section of the local newspapers for pollution levels. If the levels are high, plan to exercise before 8 am or after 6 pm, when the levels are a bit lower.

There are jogging trails in Chapultepec Park and bicycle rentals by the hour in the first section of the park.   Most golf and tennis clubs are private, but some hotels offer guest privileges. Many hotels have swimming pools for their guests.

Shopping, sightseeing, culinary delights, sports and recreation, a vibrant nightlife, concerts, theater and fiestas year round:  these are the highlights of a vacation in warm and welcoming Mexico City.



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