Have stayed at this hotel more than 20 times over the years. Have tried other 5 star hotels in the city (more expensive and less expensive) and keep going back to it. Very good location, excellent view from rooms, best Japanese food in all of Mexico, excellent service, extensive breakfast buffet (on the weekend they have even more options since they cater to locals). Pricing is consistent with upscale hotels. The only negative is that you have to pay for Internet, which always irks me at hotels. But if are having meals at restaurants you can ask for an access code and it will work for several hours even in the room.
- Also Known As:
- Hotel Nikko Mexico City
- Hyatt Regency Mexico City
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- THE LOBBY AREA AND LOBBY BAR WILL BE TEMPORARILY CLOSED FOR RENOVATIONS FROM SEPTEMBER 2013 TO MARCH 2014. WE THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT, PLEASE VISIT OUR SITE FOR OUR PROGRESS UPDATES. ... more less
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