Revolving around the El Zócalo Plaza (or the Plaza de la Constitución)—the largest plaza in Latin America, which is flanked by the Metropolitan Cathedral and the National Palace—Centro Histórico plays host to a ream of artifacts from Mexico’s eventful past. It also offers an array of fine dining spots, cocktail bars, and art galleries.
Mexico City International Airport
Nearest train station
Mexico City Buenavista Station
Spa & Recreation
Food & Drink
French cuisine combined with Mexican ingredients is served at the restaurant, and the rooftop bar welcomes with cocktails and impressive views.
Conference & Meetings
The first-floor library offers quietude and working facilities.
What do distinct hues such as Maya blue, Aztec red, and Quetzal green tell you about this fascinating land? It has everything to do with its past, present, and future.