Housed in a 58-story tower, The Ritz Carlton Mexico City opened in 2021 where skyscrapers rub shoulders with the legendary Chapultepec Park. This property literally puts the area at guests’ feet, with rooms featuring floor-to-ceiling windows that offer unparalleled views of Chapultepec Forest and Paseo de la Reforma, Mexico City’s ever-glamorous thoroughfare. The project by famed Taller G and KMD Architects is designed by Toronto studio Chapi Chapo Chapo Design. The result is a combination of open spaces, ochre colors and plenty of comfort.
Amenities: Located on the 38th floor, the Carlotta Reforma bar has become a ‘must’ for visitors and local business people and executives. On the same level is the Samos restaurant. The property offers some 1,500 square meters of business meeting space, all with the hallmark of the house: breathtaking views of the cityscape.
Business and events tips: While the entire Ritz-Carlton experience is consistent across the board, the Club Level, a sort of oasis within the hotel’s oasis, is worth checking out. The club offers exclusive access for check-in and check-out. Also, entrance to the CLub Lounge, on the 12th floor, where there is free food and beverage consumption.
What’s nearby: Like all hotels in this area of the city, The Ritz-Carlton is located steps from the Lions’ Entrance to Chapultepec Park. The Museum of Modern Art, the Tamayo Museum and the National Anthropology Museum are all a stone’s throw away. Likewise, the capital’s financial center is less than a 10-minute walk away.
Regular rate: Stay from Sunday to Thursday, Deluxe Room 1 King Size bed and city view: MXN$30,000 (US$1,650)
Location: Av. P.º de la Reforma 509, Cuauhtémoc, 06500 Mexico City, CDMX, Mexico.