Gran Hotel Ciudad de Mexico has one of the most spectacular panoramic views of Mexico City’s Historic Centre the Zócalo.
Stepping into this hotel is like stepping into 1920s Paris. The art nouveau stained-glass ceiling, tall birdcages, crystal chandeliers and plush red sofas shout of decadence and the bourgeoisie. Original built as a center of commerce on the order of President Porfirio Diaz, the designer was brought over from France, and no expense was spared.
The rooms that you will be shown to by the traditionally dressed bellboys, via the original French-style elevators, are regal and traditional, with tall ceilings, four-poster beds and patterned carpets. The bathrooms are ample, the majority of which have baths as well as showers.
Located right on the corner of the main plaza of Mexico City, many of the hotel’s rooms have vistas of the square and the rooftop restaurant looks out across it; perfect for a nighttime champagne cocktail.
This hotel is ideal for those looking for impeccable service and traditional, regal luxury.
Ask for a Master Suite with a view of the main square to enjoy the hustle, bustle and action from the comfort of your four-poster bed.
- Wireless internet
- Rooftop terrace with panoramic views
- Restaurant on site
- Fitness center
- Piano bar