I have stayed at Camino Real quite a few times and the experience has always been very good. It was built in 1968, but keeps impeccable. You may not know it was built by two of the most famous Mexican architects, Luis Barragan and Ricardo Legorreta. The building is magnificent. The lobby has a huge and beautiful Tamayo mural. It has indoor and outdoor fountains and several Mexican patios. It is rather horizontal (two or three floors only) making it more convenient in case of an earthquake emergency. Guards are a lll over, making it a very safe place also. Service is very friendly. La Huerta restaurant offers quick buffets for breakfast and lunch. It is not inexpensive, but the quality and variety of food is very good. Checkin and checkout are fast, considering it has more than 700 rooms. Taxi drivers are very friendly also.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Camino Real Polanco is unique architectural concept, created by highly-regarded architect Ricardo Legorreta. This space is considered a Hotel-Museum for its beauty and art collection. It opened its doors to the public on July 25, 1968, combining modern features with shapes clearly reminiscent of Prehispanic pyramids, the elements of which merge together to create a wonderful architectural work. Camino Real Polanco has hosted two soccer World Cups and the Olympic Games, as well as over 210 official visits from presidents and kings from all over the world. Category 5 Stars / 4 Diamonds ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Camino Real Mexico City Hotel Mexico City
- Camino Real Hotel Mexico City
- Mexico City Camino Real
- Camino Real Polanco Mexico Mexico City