The St. Regis Mexico City is introducing a “48 Hours in Mexico City” package that will take guests on a cultural tour of the city, visiting hidden gems and iconic sites. Surrounded by the city’s revival of arts, culture and cuisine, the hotel provides easy access to intriguing places and sights, all carefully curated into a personalized itinerary by the hotel’s Clefs d’Or concierge.
Taking guests on a journey of discovery, the “48 Hours in Mexico City” program is built on the hotel’s ideal location near the Historic Center, Roma-Condesa art district and the Polanco fashion district. When booking the package, the concierge provides guests with a welcome kit introducing a selection of the city’s nearby celebrated dining, landmarks and cultural institutions, such as the iconic National Museum of Anthropology. Following a personal consultation, the 48-hour itinerary is designed according to the guests’ interests.
Guests booking the package get a two-night stay at The St. Regis Mexico City, daily breakfast for two, $100 credit for use at hotel, and a selection of lunch or dinner at the hotel’s signature Diana Restaurant. Cool Touch: Guests with a wellness lifestyle can request the complimentary service of the digital meditation butler, a technology-driven service that supports guests with meditation practice.
The 189-room The St. Regis Mexico City was designed by legendary architect Cesar Pelli and designer Yabu Pushelberg.
The “48 Hours in Mexico City” package is available Thursday to Sunday, with package rates beginning at $435 per night for a Deluxe Room, double occupancy. For an extended experience, additional nights are available at $260, including breakfast. For more information, visit https://thebytenews.com/