If you stay at the Marriott Reforma, I would recommend NOT staying on the executive floor. Guests on all other floors can have breakfast in the very good hotel restaurant with great hot dishes and a spectacular juice bar, but if you have the bad luck ot be on executive floor, you are not allowed to eat at this restaurant; rather, you are condemned to have a much more modest selection of fruit, breads and coffee. Why pay more to get less??
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Mexico City Marriott Reforma Hotel offers the utmost in luxury, convenience and innovation, ideal for business travels and weekend getaways. Our hotel offers quick access to Reforma Avenue, the United States Embassy, the Angel of Independence, the National Museum of Anthropology and Chapultepec Forest, among many others. Our hotel in Mexico City features newly renovated guest rooms' carpet and bedding, spacious marble bathrooms, LCD TVs, safes, high-speed Internet, large desks, ergonomic chairs and soundproof windows. Savor delectable Mexican dishes, prime steaks and expertly crafted cocktails at our on-site restaurants, or enjoy a brisk workout at our modern fitness center with spa services or atrium lap pool with retractable roof. Our Mexico City hotel also features 13,000 square feet of stylish event space, including an auditorium with a capacity of up to 500 guests, perfect for weddings and conferences. Make your upcoming trip absolutely unforgettable. Book a stay at Mexico City Marriott Reforma Hotel today! ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Marriott Mexico City
- Mexico City Marriott Reforma Hotel