The St. Regis Mexico City


The St. Regis Mexico City overlooks the historic Paseo de la Reforma, the culturally iconic center of business and social life in Mexico City. Rising 31 stories above the boulevard, the hotel’s floor-to- ceiling windows provide spectacular views of the bustling street below, including its monuments, museums, restaurants and shops. Designed by legendary architect César Pelli and beautifully appointed by world-renowned design firm Yabu Pushelberg, The St. Regis Mexico City melds the country’s colorful artistic heritage with the finest in contemporary elegance. All of the hotel’s 189 rooms and suites provide an exclusive experience found only at St. Regis.

Tailoring that exclusive experience is the legendary St. Regis butler service. Trained in the English tradition, butlers anticipate their guests’ every wish with discreet precision around the clock. They provide coffee and tea service, packing and unpacking assistance, shoe shining, organizing of private events and additional bespoke services.

Distinctive service combined with fine cuisine defines the dining experience at the hotel’s signature Diana Restaurant. The restaurant, which overlooks the Reforma and its statue of Diana the Huntress, blends unique local ingredients to create the best of contemporary Mexican fare.

The King Cole Bar beckons guests with the promise of a cool Sangrita Maria, the hotel’s version of the St. Regis brand’s famous bloody mary. In keeping with the tradition that began at The St. Regis New York, the flagship St. Regis property, an original mural, this one by surrealist painter Pablo Weisz-Carrington, adorns the wall behind the bar.

Extraordinary wall murals are also found in The St. Regis Mexico City’s ballrooms. Hand- painted by Moss & Lam, the distinctive murals reflect an Asian aesthetic. The ballrooms also feature timeless pieces, such as Sharon Marston’s mesmerizing candelabra-style chandeliers, and present an array of colors that seemingly reflect nature with unexpectedly seductive ambiance.

Seducing guests with the ultimate in pampering and relaxation is the hotel’s Remède Spa. Recognizing that every face and body is unique, the spa specializes in personalized skin and body treatments, massage therapies and nail care. Guests enjoy the endless views of a timeless city from the spa’s seven treatment rooms and indoor swimming pool.

Business travelers appreciate the special business room featuring photocopying, faxing and more. Travelers with children will be captivated by The St. Regis Mexico City’s Children’s Club that ensures even the youngest visitors will enjoy their stays. And for those guests who never want to leave, the 103 private residences at the hotel ensure that they can call The St. Regis Mexico City home.