An elegant luxury boutique hotel in Mexico City and set in a magnificent Art Noveau building overlooking Zócalo Square, Hotel Ciudad de México is sure to impress from the moment you ascend the stairs that lead to the lobby with its Tiffany stained-glass ceiling that’s an attraction of its own. Enjoy a welcome glass of champagne at check-in while you soak up the beauty that surrounds you. If it looks familiar, that’s because it was featured in two Bond films, 1989’s “License to Kill” and 2015’s “SPECTRE.” Its pair of antique elevators were the first of their kind in Mexico City. Built in 1899, it was originally Latin America’s most exclusive department store, transformed into a hotel in 1968. Many rooms feature spectacular views of vibrant Zócalo Square. All include Nespresso coffee machines, minibars, and flat-screen satellite TVs. There’s a 24-hour fitness center, a lobby piano bar, and an outstanding restaurant, Terraza, which overlooks the square from the fifth floor.
16 de Septiembre 82, Centro Histórico de la Cdad. de México, Centro, Cuauhtémoc, 06000 Ciudad de México, CDMX, Mexico— +52 55 1083 7700