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Nikko México

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At a Glance

    Pros

  • considering that this is one of the most elegant places to stay in the city, weekend special rates are definitely reasonable

    Cons

  • falls short in some aspects of service

Nikko México Review

Occupying a prime Polanco position adjacent to the Bosque de Chapultepec, this hotel is a five-minute walk from the anthropology museum. With signage and menus in Japanese, English, and Spanish, it caters especially to business travelers. It's the second-largest hotel in the city, and has marvelous views from the top-floor suites. The lobby is filled with paintings by important Mexican artists. There are also several small galleries in the hotel, including a branch of the highly regarded Galería Alberto Misrachi (www.misrachi.com.mx). Each room soothes with subdued earth tones and bamboolike walls; two rooms are done in Japanese style, with tatami mats. Among the restaurants is the excellent Benkay.

    Hotel Details

  • 732 rooms, 24 suites.
  • Credit cards accepted.

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