After a construction boom in the 1950s, the Polanco skyline became dominated by luxury apartments, high-end shopping malls, government offices, and museums, while being interspersed with lush green spots, such as the Chapultepec Park and Parque Lincoln. Today, Polanco is characterized by a variety of indulgences, from culinary to cultural and everything in between.
MEX - Benito Juarez International Airport
Nearest train station
Mexico City Buenavista Station
Spa & Recreation
Rooftop pool, Jacuzzi, spa, sauna, solarium, and gym
Food & Drink
Lobby restaurant with international cuisine, open-air terrace, and bar
Conference & Meetings
Terrace, pool deck, and business center for events of up to 180 people
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.