Hyatt Regency Mexico City

Campos Elíseos 204, Mexico City, Quintana Roo, 11560, Mexico, Mexico City, Mexico

Why We Like It

A full-service business-friendly hotel with spectacular views from higher floors and a terrific pool and fitness area.

Fodor's Expert Review

Occupying a prime Polanco position adjacent to Chapultepec Park, this hotel is a five-minute walk from the anthropology museum. Catering to business travelers, this is the city's second-largest hotel, and has marvelous views from the top-floor suites. Each room soothes with a contemporary design of subdued earth tones and wood accents.

Tip Regency Club rooms offer 40th floor Club access, which offers private check-in, ironing, and shoe shine services, in addition to free breakfast, snacks, and cocktails.

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High ceilings and all amenities (coffeemakers, robes, etc); depending on your aesthetic, you'll find them sleek and modern, or sterile and lacking in warmth.

You Should Know Standard rooms are on the small side; suites can offer far more space PLUS Club access, for not much more than a Club room.


Cool and spa-like, with marble bathrooms and granite flooring


Large heated indoor pool adjacent to the fitness center, with an outdoor sundeck.


Massages and facials are available; facials use products from Institut Esthederm in paris.


Fully equipped, with dressing rooms, sauna, steam, and on-site fitness coaches. There are also three tennis courts.

Tip Tennis coaches are available on request.


There are three on-site restaurants including Yoshimi, a favorite with visiting Japanese businessmen. Amado is an artisanal Mexican bakery and candy shop. Room service is available 24 hours a day.


The bar at Rulfo restaurant has good cocktails and a large beer and wine list. The restaurant's food is equal parts Mexican, Peruvian, and Argentinian.

What's Nearby

Getting Around

While Chapultepec Park and the Polanco neighborhood are easily walkable, it can be difficult to cross over into different neighborhoods on foot. The Auditorio subway stop is close.


Comedor Jacinta (6-minute walk) is a low-key cantina-style spot from acclaimed chef Edgar Nuñez. Pujol chef Enrique Olvera is behind eno (15-minute walk), an accessible breakfast or lunch spot.


La Única (10-minute walk) is a bustling modern cantina, with meat and seafood dishes from Northern Mexico. Get your karaoke on at Masaryk 52 (15-minute walk), a "cantabar" where they'll give you a CD of your performance.

Quick Facts


Phones: 55-5283–8700