St Regis Hotel Mexico CitySt Regis Hotel Mexico City
 | Mexico City, Mexico  | My stay at the St Regis Hotel Mexico City in photos and video. My last two days in Mexico City, I spent it with them. The St. Regis Mexico City is ensconced in the sleek, 31-story Torre Libertad. Located over Paseo de la Reforma, with stunning views of Bosques de Chapultepec and the city. The hotel felt to me more on the corporate side, than on leisure, but indeed a lovely stay, fantastic service and great way to wrap up my visit to Mexico City. My room was quite lovely and comfortable. The hotel has a great gym with panoramic views of the city. 
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I was hosted at one of their Grand Deluxe Rooms. Exquisitely designed with a neutral color palette infused with fresh green and bold purple accents, the-538 square-foot. Wall-to-wall Nepalese carpets in the living areas give way to marble floors in sumptuous bathrooms.

St Regis Hotel Mexico City St Regis Hotel Mexico CityPhoto Feb 21, 10 29 36 PM Photo Feb 22, 7 45 57 AMLavish beds furnished with 350-thread-count Pratesi linens are framed with modern, charcoal leather headboards edged with intricate woven details. Large marble and onyx mosaic-trimmed bathroom. Glass panels etched with Mexican motifs give the separate shower and bathtub areas a light, airy feel. Remède amenities, an onyx-trimmed double sink, and 12-inch mirror LCD TV. Buttler service and 24 hour concierge service.

Photo Feb 22, 8 21 22 AMSt Regis Hotel Mexico CityBreakfast every morning at Diana Restaurant was beautiful, with the option of indoor/outdoor seating. Breakfast featuring both international and local Mexican options.
St Regis Hotel Mexico City St Regis Hotel Mexico CityThe hotel also hosts Steak and Seafood J&G Grill from Michelin Star Chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten, on the first floor.
Photo Feb 21, 10 27 21 PMSt Regis Hotel Mexico CitySt Regis Hotel Mexico CitySt Regis Hotel Mexico City St Regis Hotel Mexico City St Regis Hotel Mexico City St Regis Hotel Mexico CityOne of my favorite spaces, is the the lavishly adorned, King Cole Bar, either for a drink at night, or a cup or tea, upon return from my tours or walks.  King Cole Bar, takes its inspiration from the famous bar in New York City. Note that the signature drink of the St Regis Mexico City, is the Bloody Mary. First created in 1934 at the original St. Regis Hotel in New York, the Bloody Mary is an indelible part of the St. Regis experience.
St Regis Hotel Mexico CityA bird-eye view of Mexico City from the comfort of you room, a luxurious yet cozy and casual experience, great service and dinning options, is what St Regis Mexico City has to offer. Book this property with me and enjoy the following extra VIP Amenities (subject to modification): Upgrade on arrival, subject to availability + Continental breakfast daily, for up to two in room guests in restaurant + $100 USD Resort or Hotel credit, to be utilized during stay  (not combinable, not valid on room rate, no cash value if not redeemed in full) + Early check-in/late check-out subject to availability. Carlos Melia Luxury Travel Curator –

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