Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide has opened The St. Regis Mexico City, located on the Paseo de la Reforma boulevard overlooking the iconic Plaza...

Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide has opened The St. Regis Mexico City, located on the Paseo de la Reforma boulevard overlooking the iconic Plaza of Diana.

The brand’s first downtown hotel in the region, The St. Regis Mexico City features 189 guestrooms and suites ― each with spectacular views of the city ― as well as a signature Remede Spa and three signature restaurants. The hotel is owned by Grupo 1818 and designed by the Yabu Pushelberg design firm and world-renowned architect Cesar Pell

The St. Regis Mexico City is located 30 minutes from Benito Juarez International Airport and is only a short distance from the city’s renowned Polanco area, Mesico City’s financial district and its landmark Historic Center. Situated at the heart of Paseo de la Reforma, the hotel offers guests easy access to specialty shopping, haute cuisine, cultural centers and museums including the Anthropology Museum, the Museo Frida Kahlo, the Museum of Modern Art – Mexico City and the Rufino Tamayo Museum.

Designed by renowned architect Cesar Pelli, whose firm Pelli Clarke Pelli Architects has created several prestigious architectural masterpieces, The St. Regis Mexico City rises 492 feet above street level with floor-to-ceiling glass panes, offering spectacular views of the city.

The St. Regis Mexico City and the Plaza of Diana

The St. Regis Mexico City and the Plaza of Diana

Reputed design firm Yabu Pushelberg completed the interiors using bold colors and Mexican-inspired design elements to blend contemporary luxury with Mexico’s rich artistic heritage. Each guestroom features a neutral color palette infused with rich greens and purples, including custom-made carpets and furniture inspired by Mexico City’s artisans.

Many of the materials used by Yabu Pushelberg in the hotel’s design have been crafted locally by traditional Mexican artists, including the Onyx mosaics adorning each bathroom and laser-cut silver screens in the hotel’s lobby. In addition, each guestroom includes a 42-inch LCD television with DVD player, a state-of-the-art sound system, an MP3 docking station and an innovative LCD television recessed behind the bathroom mirror, enabling images to be projected onto a screenless surface.

Dining at The St. Regis Mexico City features diverse culinary offerings ranging from Diana Restaurant ― led by executive chef Jeff Pelaez, and featuring a menu of Mediterranean cuisine ― to specialty cocktails (including St. Regis’ signature Bloody Mary) and afternoon tea in the Atrium or at King Cole Bar. Guests are also invited to enjoy a private dining experience on the hotel’s Helipad with breathtaking views of the city below.

St. Regis Mexico City’s Remede Spa offers the spa brand’s Laboratoire Remede skincare line, known for its anti-aging therapies. Experienced therapists offer customized massage, facial and body treatments in one of seven discreet treatment rooms or in the exclusive Couples’ Suite. The spa will also feature a Vichy treatment room, manicure and pedicure stations, and men’s and women’s lounges where guests can unwind while indulging in refreshments, truffles and bite-sized indulgences.

The hotel’s Fitness Center offers state-of-the-art exercise equipment, an intimate Yoga and Pilates studio and the city’s first panoramic indoor pool.

To acommodate weddings, meetings and social events, The St. Regis Mexico City features more than 12,211 square feet of indoor meeting and event space. These spaces include the Astor Ballroom with more than 9,000 square feet of function space, the 2,600-square-foot Diamond Ballroom and four large breakout rooms. All event space is equipped with the latest-technology meeting equipment, wireless internet and access to St. Regis’ butler service.

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