by Courtney Elko
Families will appreciate the privacy and fun children amenities at The St. Regis Mexico City. When you enter the building, guests will be directed to the lobby located on the third floor to ensure complete privacy. Kids will love to spend time at the Kids’ Club where they will find a slide, games, arts and crafts and plenty to do. A small indoor pool is the ideal size for kids looking to make a splash, and adults who are seeking a workout have beautiful facilities available to them as well.
The guestrooms and suites feature plenty of space, floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking the city and free Wi-Fi. The St. Regis Mexico City is an ideal spot for families who are seeking luxury in a convenient location while visiting Mexico City.
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- Ideal city location
- Glamping available in guestrooms
- Kids Club
- Children Programs
- Connecting Rooms
- Free Wi-Fi
- Onsite Dining
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The guestrooms feature one king or two queen beds, a wet bar, espresso machine, iPod docking station and flat screen television.
The luxury and executive suites feature a separate living room area with a sofa, wet bar, espresso machine, iPod docking station and a large dining table. There is a king bed in the bedroom area and a flat-screen television in both rooms. The full bathroom features a bathtub and there is a half bathroom in the foyer. The floor-to-ceiling windows offer breathtaking views of Mexico City.
My wife and I stayed at this property for 5 nights earlier this month. We were greeted at front entrance (cabbed from airport) by a valet and led up to 3rd floor reception desk. There we were served a glass of champagne (the good stuff) while checking in. Escorted up to the room (upgraded because of my status with Bonvoy) on the 7th floor. Room was very nice, separate bedroom and living room. Well designed bathroom (toilet area separate). Lovely steam shower. We used the pool one time, relaxing way to cool off after day out. Breakfast buffet (came with the room package) was very good. Omelet station, Mexican food station and all of the usual including a variety of fresh juices, pastries, etc. My spouse said that the coffee was very good. Hotel has a nice bar area for pre dinner drink or snack when coming back from sightseeing. Convenient location - 22 minute walk to archeological museum.
I would highly recommend anyone staying at this hotel in CXMX. The staff is amazing and friendly. The building is top notch with great amenities including sauna, steam room, pool and Jacuzzi. I would stay here again!
The kids' club area offers board games, a small slide, Wii games, mini cars to ride around on and arts and crafts. Parents are welcome to drop their children with the supervised staff at the Kids' Club from noon to 7 p.m. on Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Parents are asked not to leave the hotel when their child is as the Kids' Club. On the weekdays, the Kids' Club is not supervised by a staff member, but families are welcome to use the facilities.
During Christmas time, special Kids Club activities take place like the Christmas tree lighting, baking cookies and of course, visits from Santa.
Parents can make a special request to have their children "go camping" inside the hotel room. A small tent will be set up inside your guestroom and the children will receive a teddy bear too.
Indoor Spa Pool
There is an intimate and quiet pool at the spa area, which kids are permitted to use when accompanied by a parent. The pool is open every day from 6 a.m. to 10 p.m.
There are several onsite dining options at The St. Regis Mexico City.
Glass House Cafe
The Glass House CafÃƒÂ© serves delicious cakes and pastries that are also works of art. Afternoon tea is served here and there is often a theme for the cakes and pastries, like Beauty and the Beast, that changes through the seasons.
J&G serves American cuisine of seafood and steak and is open for lunch and dinner.
Serving breakfast, lunch and dinner, Restaurant Diana features high ceilings and an outdoor terrace that overlooks Paseo de la Reforma and views of Chapultepec Castle. Families will love the Sunday brunch here as well, which features numerous food stations, ice cream and a candy area for the kids. The Kids' Club also comes to brunch. A small area is designated for the kids to play with the hotel's toys and games. A staff member will paint with the kids and watch over them while the adults enjoy brunch.
Candela Romero features Spanish cuisine for lunch and dinner.
A juice bar is located outside of the large fitness center area, which is also near the pool.
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Keep an eye out for the popcorn machine and cotton candy making machine on the weekends. The kids will love to make their own cotton candy. You can also request to make some in your room.
Complimentary Wi-Fi is included in your stay.
A large exercise area is available to guests and offers many cardio and resistance training equipment. There is a pilates and yoga area, as well. A juice bar is situated directly outside the gym, which is located near the pool and spa.
The Art of Smart Timing
The busy business traveler season runs from about September to November and peak season is also from February to May. The summer months are the quieter months at this hotel.
Mexico City International Airport is about 30 minutes away.
Mexico City is easily walkable as it is a busy metropolitan city. Taxi services are readily available outside the hotel and the front desk can call a taxi for you. Uber is also available in Mexico City.
For Mom and Dad
Mom and dad can enjoy some relaxation time at the spa, where there are plenty of treatments available. A mother/daughter manicure/pedicure package with ice cream or cookies can also be arranged.