Mexico City Hotels


Sheraton María Isabel

At a Glance


  • the location—across from the Angel Monument and the Zona Rosa, with Starbucks on the premises and the U.S. Embassy next door—is prime
  • the staff are well-trained and uniformly helpful
  • hotel has Wi-Fi


  • while well-maintained, the hotel feels dated
  • Wi-Fi (not even free in public areas) and breakfast are expensive

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Sheraton María Isabel Review

The first international chain hotel in Mexico City still has an incomparable location, exemplary service, and even cache, but it's beginning to be eclipsed its more modern competition. Don Antenor Patiño, the Bolivian "Tin King," inaugurated this Mexico City classic in 1969, and named it after his granddaughter, socialite Isabel Goldsmith. The marble lobby has gleaming brass fixtures. All guest and public rooms are well maintained but are starting to show their age; the former have extra-comfy Posturepedic mattresses and goose-down pillows, and even coffee makers, free bottled water (replenished daily), and Wi-Fi. Penthouse suites in the 22-story tower are extra spacious and have butler service.

    Hotel Details

  • 683 rooms, 72 suites
  • Rate includes breakfast, no meals.
  • Credit cards accepted.
Updated: 11-20-2012

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