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Stara (Boutique hotel)
Tel. +52 5351 6800

St. Regis (*****)
439 Reforma Avenue, in front of Diana fountain
Phone: +52 55 52281818
St. Regis web page

Hilton Reforma (*****)
70 Juarez Avenue, in front of Alameda Park
Phone: +52 55 5130 5300

W Hotel Mexico City (*****)
252 Campos Eliseos ave. Polanco
+52 (525) 591-3818

Room Mate La Valentina (***)
27 Amberes St., colonia Juárez (Zona Rosa)
Phone: +52 55 5080 4500
Valentina Hotel

Hotel Habita (****)
201 Masaryk ave.
Phone: +52 55 5282 3100

Hotel Del Principado (**)
42 Londres st., colonia Juárez (Zona Rosa)
Phone: +01 55 5533 2944


El Patio 77 (Eco-friendly)
Phone: +52 5592 8452

Condesa Haus (A blend of art, comfort and technology)
Phone: +52 55 52562494

Pug Seal (Boutique B&B)
Phone: +52 55 5584 3829
Coyoacan & Polanco locations

More info on Mexico's hotels


Design Week, October 2018
Design Week Mexico

Festival Int. Cervantino, October 2018
In Mexico City

Formula 1 car races, October 2018
Gran Premio Mexico

Digital Creativity Festival

Zona Maco Art Fair, February 2019

Culinary Temples

Maximo Bistrot (daily local creations)
A very popular gastronomic hit, serving fresh from the morning market place. RSVP
133 Tonalá st., col. Roma, Tel. 5264 4291

Awarded restaurant in Mexico. By chef Enrique Olvera.
254 Petrarca St., Polanco. RSVP

Original creations on Mexican cuisine. By Alejandra Flores & Jorge Vallejo.
55 Newton St., Polanco. RSVP

A recreation of original Mexican reciepes, sauces and flavors. By chef Patricia Quintana. 513 Mazaryk Ave., Polanco. RSVP

Dulce Patria
A design cuisine inspired in Mexican flavors. By chef Martha Ortiz, nextdoor to Las Alcobas.
100 Anatole France St., Polanco. RSVP

Fonda San Angel (Mexican cuisine)
The flavor of old Mexico in an artistic and friendly environment.
No. 3 San Jacinto Square, San Angel. (South)

El Cardenal (Mexican cuisine)
A centenary traditional Mexican restaruant, full of decanted flavors and elegance.
23 Palma St., Historic District. RSVP
Also at Hilton, San Angel and MUNAL

Azul Histórico (Mexican cuisine)
Original creations fresh from the market and monthly regional menu. By chef Ricardo Muñoz Zurita. RSVP
30 Isabel la Catolica St. Historic District
Also at Condesa District

La Tecla (Mexican cuisine)
Revival of the best recipes from grandmother's book, finely attended. 186-A Durango St., bt. Cibeles and Monterrey Ave., Roma District.
Also in Polanco and San Angel. RSVP

Limosneros (new Mexican cuisine)
Revival of tasty recipies and favorites, finely attended in a trendy, beautiful house. 3 Allende st. Downtown. RSVP

Villa María (Mexican cuisine)
Big margaritas, exhilariting Mariachi music and great food.
704 Homero Ave. Polanco.

Los Danzantes (Oaxacan regional cuisine)
Creating a trendy taste of today's most interesting cuisine in Mexico. 12 Centenario Square, Coyoacan. RSVP

El Tizoncito (typical mexican tacos)
A taco institution in Mexico City, casual and served on site from the grill. 362 Campeche, street. Colonia Hipodromo (Condesa area).

Other services

Gentlemen's taylor and fashion designer
René Orozco

Spanish school in CDMX: Lengua & Cultura

English Speaking Comunity in DF: AngloINFO

Barber Shop: Barber Spa Mexico City





City Tours

City Tours

Transportation, certified guide in English and admissions included.

Bookings: hola@gentletours.com