Super clean and secure, walking distance from several touristy destinations. Will stay there again! See full review
Leonardo Du Shades
Aug 18, 2014
Great Introduction to Mexico City
We chose this hotel based on reviews from other travelers. Being our first time in Mexico City, we... See full review
May 27, 2014
International Mexico City hotel with convention center, spa and pools
The AAA 4-Diamond Hilton Mexico City Reforma offers the best of Mexico City both at its doorstep and within. Every impeccable room offers upscale luxuries like a flat-screen TV, Hilton Serenity Bed and Crabtree & Evelyn bath amenities. Suites and executive rooms provide extra indulgences, including access to the Executive Lounge. The hotel also features two pools, a full spa, fitness center, restaurants and lounges.
Choose an upgraded room to access the Executive Lounge, with spectacular views and amenities
Visit the hotel's Wine Bar serving more than 200 international wines
Make a unique entrance -- arrive via helicopter and land at the hotel's own heliport
Indulge in spa treatments at the 5,000-square-foot spa
Get in a scenic swim in the 25-meter rooftop lap pool
Hilton Mexico City Reforma is located on the edge of Mexico City's fashionable Reforma Avenue, only 15 minutes from the airport. The hotel is near the U.S. and British embassies, and a short distance from attractions such as Museo de Arte Moderno, Cristobal Colon Monument, Castillo de Chapultepec and JardÌn Botanico.
Hilton Mexico City Reforma features 456 guest rooms and suites, exquisitely refreshed for total comfort with hints of Las Vegas posh and style. Each offers a flat-screen LCD TV, Hilton Alarm Clock Radio with MP3 connection, Hilton Serenity Beds, hairdryer and a mini bar plus bathrooms equipped with Crabtree & Evelyn bath amenities. Business travelers catch up on daily tasks in the Herman Miller ergonomic chair at the work desk with Wi-Fi Internet access (fees apply) and voicemail. Guests in suites and executive rooms enjoy additional luxuries.
For a luxurious stay in Mexico City, the 4-Diamond business class Hilton Mexico City Reforma delivers a breathtaking stay. With sleek, stylish decor throughout, spectacular city views and top notch amenities, including the on-site Convention Center, this Mexico City resort makes it hard for any guest to want to leave. Hilton Mexico City Reforma also features 3 restaurants -- El Cardenal, Los Dones and Terraza Alameda -- for a total on-property dining experience day and evening. The hotel's Wine Bar offers more than 200 international wines. For rest or rejuvenation, visit the 3,000-square-foot fitness center (fees apply for selected guests), rooftop lap pool, indoor pool, solarium or full spa (fees apply).
Palacio Nacional (1.2 mi/2 km)
U.S. Embassy (1.6 mi/2.5 km)
Museo Nacional de AntropologÌa (3.5 mi/5.7 km)
Bosque de Chapultepec (3.5 mi/5.7 km)
Mercado de Xochimilco (16.4 mi/26.4 km)
Touted as the only one in Mexico City, the on-site Convention Center offers capacity for up to 5,000 guests
14 sleek rooms and a total of 45,000 square feet of meeting space
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We really loved the hotel, especially breakfasts in the beautiful terrace restaurant on the 6th floor with a great view of the Palace of Fine Arts, the Latino-American Tower, et al. Unfortunately, however, I forgot to put my watch in the safe one
morning and it disappeared from my room. I reported it to security staff and they said they would get back to me with a report, but now 5 weeks later, I have heard nothing. It wasn't a terribly expensive watch, but I liked it and it will be hard to replace. You would think that a hotel of that calibre would at least follow through with a report of what they tried. Aside from this, we would definitely go back. We may try a different one next time, perhaps the Majestic, near El Zocalo.
In addition, there were recurring problems with the air conditioning and the closet light, necessitating several calls to hotel maintenance. I wonder if one of these people took the watch.