A Mexico City
icon, the sprawling Camino Real Polanco is an architectural masterpiece located on a tree-lined street opposite the Chapultepec urban park, surrounded by top museums. The hotel -a museum in itself- opened for 1968 Olympic Games.
Spacious rooms are distributed in 6 adjoining pyramid-shaped buildings and come with air conditioning, a flat-screen TV, a safe, a minibar and a marble bathroom. Club Level room perks include complimentary cocktails and snacks. Suites have whirlpool tubs. 24/7 Room service is available.
Public areas are filled with art by contemporary Mexican and foreign artists. There are multiple restaurants and bars, with cuisines ranging from Mexican to Asian. Other amenities include 3 pools, a fitness centre, 4 tennis courts and gardens. Seasonal kids' activities are provided.
• 714 rooms (37-97m2)
• Hotel opened: July 1968
• Architecture: Ricardo Legorreta