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Marquis Reforma Hotel & Spa is located in the heart of Mexico City’s Paseo de la Reforma neighborhood, near iconic tourist attractions, landmarks and places to visit. Stroll in any direction from the hotel to find fabulous restaurants, fashionable shops and some of the most interesting places of interest in Mexico City. Explore the lush gardens of Bosque de Chapultepec, go shopping in the elegant Plaza La Rosa or visit the Palacio de Bellas Artes, one of the most beautiful buildings in Mexico.

When planning what do during your stay in Mexico City, our concierge and front desk staff will be happy to recommend the best tourist attractions and places to visit. We can also assist with transportation and tour arrangements. 

Mexico City Events

Throughout the year, Mexico City hosts many events and concerts such as performances by Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr, Cher and Madonna among others. To know which artists will come in concert during your stay, please visit the OCESA website.

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Antara Mall

Located south of the city, Antara Mall is one of the largest and most luxurious shopping centers in Mexico City. The shopping center in Periferico Sur has luxury stores and designer boutiques for clothes, shoes, accessories and furniture. You will also find a variety of restaurants, beauty salons, banks, travel agencies, attractions for the whole family and 20 movie theaters. This place is also famous for its elaborate Christmas decorations, light shows and life-size polar bears. 

Santa Fe Center

The Santa Fe Center, to the west of the city, is one of the largest shopping centers in Latin America. There, you will find 300 locations ranging from luxury shops, department stores and boutiques of top brand products to restaurants, children's play areas, entertainment venues and ten movie theaters. This popular shopping center offers the opportunity to browse the best branded stores and fashion boutiques in Mexico. 

Kidzania

Take your family to a very special recreational center, where your little ones will participate in fun activities that adults would normally enjoy such as baking bread or going to the supermarket. Located in the Santa Fe shopping center, the City of Children won the Thea Award and is considered the best amusement park for children in the market. 

Museo Estudio Diego Rivera And Frida Kahlo

This avant-garde style abode was the home of Diego Rivera and Frida Kahlo. Today, it houses a collection of works by the two famous Mexican painters. The museum exhibits some examples of Rivera's exceptional art as well as memories and personal belongings of the famous couple. Rivera lived in this house until his death in 1957. 

Frida Kahlo Museum

The Frida Kahlo Museum is located inside the house where the painter was born and lived. It reflects the personality and art of this beloved artist. The fascinating museum exhibits personal objects, work tools and some original pieces by the artist. You can see giant papier-mâché skeletons flanking the entrance to the beautiful kitchen. 

Six Flags

Six Flags is one of the most impressive amusement parks in the world and the largest in Latin America. It has 48 exciting roller coasters, fun attractions and a variety of shows for the whole family. Located in the forest of Ajusco, which is south of the city, Six Flags presents an impressive collection of extreme games like The Dark Knight, Superman: The Last Escape, Batman: The Ride, Medusa, Roller Skater, Splash and SkyScreamer.

National Auditorium

This impressive convention and entertainment center with a capacity for 9683 people is the most important concert venue in Mexico City. Considered one of the most vital concert halls in the world by Pollstar Magazine, the National Auditorium organizes a great variety of taquilleros concerts, presentations and international events with the most advanced light and sound technology in the market. 

National Art's Museum

Located inside the old Palace of Communications and Public Works, the National Museum of Art has an extensive collection of Mexican art that goes from the 16th century to the first half of the 20th century. The National Museum of Art also presents temporary exhibitions of internationally renowned painters, sculptors, lithographers and photographers. Marvel at the works of Juan Correa, Miguel Cabrera or Eugenio Landesio and admire the immense collection of paintings by the renowned Mexican landscape painter José María Velasco. 

Chapultepec Zoo

The zoo of Chapultepec, the most important in Latin America, continues with the ancestral tradition of the country and the mission of conserving animal species in danger. Located in the Bosque de Chapultepec, this zoo is one of the most celebrated in the world and houses a collection of more than 2000 animals of over 200 different species. This zoo gained international fame thanks to its breeding program of giant pandas and its three females: Xiu Hua, Shuan Shuan and Xin Xin. 

The Chapultepec Fair

Papalote Children's Museum

Known as one of the most advanced technology museums in the country, this colorful educational space was designed to entertain and inspire the little ones. The museum presents more than 248 interactive exhibitions divided into six themes: The journey begins, My body, Mexico live, My home and my family, My city and Laboratory of ideas. The museum invites children to explore and learn about the world and about themselves through interactive games and educational exhibitions that focus on culture, art, science and history. 

Palace Of Fine Arts

The Palacio de Bellas Artes is one of the most beautiful buildings in Mexico City. It also houses the national theater, the opera and the folkloric ballet company Amalia Hernández. Admire the harmonious elegance of art deco and art nouveau architecture as well as beautiful Mexican art. The theater's main curtain was designed by Tiffany's in New York and is a mosaic made of a million crystals representing the Valley of Mexico. 

Museum Of Modern Art

The Museum of Modern Art, located within the Bosque de Chapultepec, houses the permanent art collection of Mexico City. Among the most important pieces are the works of famous and beloved Mexican contemporary artists Diego Rivera, Rufino Tamayo, David Alfaro Siqueiros and Frida Kahlo. 

Marquis Reforma

Antara Mall

1 mile

Santa Fe Center

1 mile

Kidzania

1 mile

Museo Estudio Diego Rivera And Frida Kahlo

2 miles

Frida Kahlo Museum

2 miles

Six Flags

2 miles

National Auditorium

2 miles

National Art's Museum

Chapultepec Zoo

The Chapultepec Fair

Papalote Children's Museum

Palace Of Fine Arts

Museum Of Modern Art