Mexico City Guide


How to get here, where to go, and where to stay.

From booking your flight to exploring Mexico City, we've got you covered. Make the most out of your Advertising Week LATAM experience and enjoy the many sights, tastes and one-of-a-kind experiences Mexico City has to offer while you're here.

 

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W Mexico City

 

W Mexico City is located off Reforma Boulevard in the stylish Polanco neighborhood where trend-seekers meet to explore chic shops, a fast- paced cultural landscape and tempting nightlife. It features custom details defining an extraordinary experience. Stay in style with sleek, fashionable furnishings and signature touches at our 237 sparkling guest rooms and suites.

Distance • 2.9 KM

17 minute drive
36 minute walk

Rates

From $239 USD before February 7, 2020
Includes 1 buffet breakfast
 

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JW Marriott Mexico City

 

Stay in the heart of Mexico City at the luxurious JW Marriott Hotel Mexico City and have a comfortable, relaxing stay in the center of the Polanco District. Revel in a Lobby Bar, 49-inch LCD TVs, 24-hour room service and plush bedding, and enjoy the natural lighting and floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking the city.

Distance • 2.6 KM

20 minute drive
33 minute walk

Rates

From $263 USD before February 7, 2020
Includes 1 buffet breakfast
 

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Sights to See

Ballet Folkloric Theatre at Mexico City

 

Immerse yourself into the culture of Mexico City by visiting the Ballet Folklorico de Mexico. Don’t miss the chance to see captivating ballet performances featuring a plethora of colorful Mexican costumes, history, and music.

Frida Kahlo Museum

 

Embrace the history and picturesque art of Frida Kahlo in Coyoacan. At the Frida Kahlo Museum, enter her home that she shared with her late husband Diego Rivera, and see first-hand look at her studio, garden and more.

Chapultepec Castle

 

Explore the Chapultepec Castle, a historic landmark in Mexico City. Named after the Nahuatl word Chapoltepēc, which means, ‘at the grasshopper’s hill,’ the castle sits atop a hill on what the Aztecs believed was sacred. Now the National Museum of History, discover pre-columbian artifacts, famous artwork and see breathtaking views of the forest and the city.




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