In Mexico City there is so much to do and see. To see where to stay click the GREEN BUTTON. To see the great attractions in the area click the BAR at the top.
Along "Paseo de la Reforma", one of the main avenues in Mexico City, in one of the most important financial and business sectors, in front of the Glorieta Colón is not where le Meridien is located, but on Avenida Paseo Reforma which is near the metro and Zona Rosa. The best area to be.
Hotel Le Meridien suites Reforma is located in a privileged area of Mexico City near Reforma Avenue few steps away from the Zona Rosa, banks, boutiques and sophisticated and elegant restaurants. Not far from the American Embassy and Historical Center. The World Trade Center is just 20 minutes from the hotel, just 10 minutes away from Chapultepec Park and Zoo, Anthropology Museum and five minutes away from the Fine Arts Palace
Near the hotel is Reforma 222 a shopping and residential complex on Paseo de la Reforma just west of Avenida de los Insurgentes in this Colonia Juárez neighborhood of Mexico City. Construction started back in 2004; but siesta, fiesta, mañana caused the complex only to be opened nearly four years later, and consists of three towers designed by Mexican architect Teodoro González de León, who you never heard of I'm sure. There is 173,000-square-metre (1,860,000 sq ft) of space and there is a glass-covered shopping center.
The 222 is a really clean, cool and a spacious shopping center with a great collection of shops and restaurants. Free wifi is available from Starbucks and other restaurants. Fairly busy area of the city but this place has a really nice relaxed feel to it. Some of the restaurants can facilitate eating outside with little balcony areas.
Easy access to the main communication means to any point in the city and only 20 minutes away from Mexico's city international airport.
Rising above the timeless Paseo de la Reforma, Le Méridien Mexico City is located in a district that exemplifies the city’s juxtaposition.
Renowned museums and other cultural attractions contrast with numerous businesses and financial resources. The hotel has a pool, a health club, for your use during your stay at this Mexico City hotel. In the famous Zona Rosa, just 20 minutes from the International airport
and on Avenida Reforma, each of this Mexico city hotel's 160 suites provides an inspiring setting and the comforts of home. The spacious living room is furnished with a sleeper sofa, an armchair, and a 32” flat screen television. A refrigerator, a microwave, a wet bar, a coffeemaker, and a well-lighted work/dining table facilitate simple meals and small gatherings. The separate bedroom features a plush bed and an additional 32” flat screen television, and connects to a luxurious marble bathroom with upscale amenities and soft towels.
Classic Suites offer the choice of one king-size or two double beds, as do Superior Suites, which are distinguished by their breathtaking views of Paseo de la Reforma and the city’s skyline. Outstanding views can also be seen from each Premier Suite that has more space and a king-size bed. Idea for longer stays, expansive Corner Suites boast large bathrooms and two closetsHotel Century's sculptured
balconies offer spectacular vistas and a connection to the dynamic life
of the worlds largest certainly one of its greatest metropolitan
Hotel Le Meridien Reforma takes pride in its world class accommodations,
service and amenities.
Everyone of its 160 air conditioned, deluxe guest
rooms are enhanced by an awesome setting and is equipped with a unique
bathroom and exquisite roman marble with an accessible phone.
Shown at right that pool we mentioned with refreshing water.
Your rooms have minibars, cable TV with remote control, phone
with computer and fax hookups (optional).
Relax by the Meridien's
panoramic pool and enjoy the culinary delights of the international
restaurant with a variety of dining experiences is available to suit every occasion and every taste.
Featuring an exquisite bistro ambience, C’est la Vie specialises in meat and seafood, as well as delicious desserts. The Hub is a relaxing space for working wirelessly or chatting endlessly over good coffee and have one great dinner.
You can also count on a state of the art
business center equipped with computers, high speed internet acceess, laser printers, copy
machines, fax, travel agency and secretarial service.
banquets meeting and convention facilities come with first class menus,
audiovisual equipment as well as splendid views of Mexico City.
Paseo de la Reforma is a wide avenue that runs in a straight line, cutting diagonally across Mexico City. It was designed by Ferdinand von Rosenzweig in the 1860s and modeled after the great boulevards of Europe, such as Vienna's Ringstrasse or the Champs-Élysées in Paris.
It was Emperor Maximilian's wish to directly link his Imperial residence, Chapultepec Castle, with the National Palace in the city center. It was also his wish not to be shot by rifles just for being emperor but this wish did not come true.
If yours is to be in Mexico's best hotel at the best prices well you're in the right place!
Reforma runs from Chapultepec Park, passes alongside the Torre Mayor, and continues through the Zona Rosa and then to the Zócalo by Juárez Avenue and Francisco I. Madero Street.
Le Meridien suite:
Each of Le Meridan's 160 suites provides an inspiring setting and the comforts of home.
The spacious living room is furnished with a sleeper sofa, an armchair, and a 32” flat screen television. A refrigerator, a microwave, a wet bar, a coffeemaker, and a well-lighted work/dining table facilitate simple meals and small gatherings.
The separate bedroom features a plush bed and an additional 32” flat screen television, and connects to a luxurious marble bathroom with upscale amenities and soft towels.
Classic Suites offer the choice of one king-size or two double beds, as do Superior Suites, which are distinguished by their breathtaking views of Paseo de la Reforma and the city’s skyline. Outstanding views can also be seen from each Premier Suite that has more space and a king-size bed. Idea for longer stays, expansive Corner Suites boast large bathrooms and two closets.
32” LCD Television with Remote Control Bed Features
250 Thread Count Sheets
Cribs (Upon Request) Bathroom
Accessible Shower and/or Bath Office/Telecom
Ergonomic Desk Chair
Coffee and Tea Maker
24-Hour Room Service rooms:
Flat screen TV with cable
High-Speed wireless Internet access
Telephone (24 hour operator)
Complimentary bottled water
24 hour room service
Emergency Exit Maps
Smoke Detectors in Room
Sprinklers in Room
Air-Conditioning in Room
Nightly Turndown Service
Escort to Guest Room at Check-In
Personalized Wake-Up Service
Electronic Room Key
In-Room Laptop Safe
per night plus the 19% tax double occupancy with your booking free use of gym pool Jacuzzi daily and cortesy Cafe Illy plus one free Sparkling in the Latidude Bar
Friday Saturday Sunday
January 5th 2014 to January 4th 2015 April 13th to December 17th 2017
Barney says: Don't be fooled by notorious websites offering the Le Meriden a few dollars less but with no refunds. We on the other hand have a generous cancellation policy and no-cost change policy. We never know what may come up to alter our plans. Who was it that said the best laid plans of mice and men We pay for our bargains.
Le Méridien is world renowned for their attention to detail and dedication to exemplary customer service.
In addition to all of the global features and activities you would expect at Le Méridien Hotels and Resorts, impeccable service is promised at every turn.
Recreation & Entertainment
Indoor Heated Pool
Emergency Back-up Generators
Medical Services Available
Shoe Shine Service Available
Free Internet Based Printing Service Provided in Business Center
Business center to print and send your faxes
Business secretarial services to make your copies
Complimentary coffee with cream and sugar
Common areas wheelchair accessible
Laundry/Dry cleaning services
Fax (for guests)
Doctor on call
Plus Le Méridien Mexico City sits on the renowned Paseo de la Reforma at the intersection of the capital city’s eastern and western halves. Discoveries await in the surrounding financial and cultural district. Benito Juarez International Airport (MEX) is 20 minutes away via taxi.
Nearby are numerous businesses and attractions, such as the historical Zocalo and Zona Rosa’s nightlife. The city is home to more museums than any other; notable are the Bellas Artes Theater and Museum, the Museum of Modern Art, and the Museum of Anthropology. Other popular destinations include the Metropolitan Cathedral and Chapultepec Castle.
. high speed internet. swimming pool. parking lot.
All rooms air conditioned with marble baths at this Mexico City hotel. Minibar to keep your drinks cold. Both fax and PC hookups. Novak says:
My husband and I were staying in this hotel on our last holiday. The staff was kindly and helpful. Breakfast was good and clean. Dinner was wonderful. We stayed in a nice room, and it was always nice and clean. I will recomand this nice hotel.
Located right in the Reforma Avenida, which is a business and entertainment district located in a portion of Colonia Juárez, near the center of Mexico City. It is one of the city's most trendy areas, filled with hotels, dance clubs, restaurants, bars and live bands.
Mercado Insurgentes at Londres 154, a must place for fanciers of all things Mexican.
Inside this huge market are hundreds, really, of storelets and stalls that specialize in zarapes, ponchos, talavera pottery from Dolores Hidalgo and Puebla, those beautiful frilly Mexican dresses, painted amate paper, pre-Columbian artifacts, and plenty of silver jewelry. Bargaining is de rigueur, and everyone seems eager to sell.
Typical furnishings found in this area of Mexico City. A very European flavor.
how is this hotel you ask? the answer is provided at the left. the low rates provided by us CancunSteve.
you will always come back and recommend it from personal experience.
come on down. it's great!
High speed internet in all rooms and it's free!!!
Special promo with your reservation with us:
courtesy Cafe for each person in the Latitude Bar Free pass for the Rufino Tamayo museum cortesy cafe in your suite bottle of purified water in your suite unlimited access to the gym, pool, and Jacuzzi Free access to Business link on the 2nd floor both frequent renter points with CancunSteve plus starpoints with the hotel
Did you know that the Le Méridien brand was established in 1972 by Air France to provide on a home away from home for its own customers? The first Le Méridien property was a 1,000-room hotel in Paris.
And no one can get you the Meridien at a better deal than CancunSteve
Le Méridien Mexico City features 160 hotel rooms - all suites - with awesome skyline views, and the brand's signature Le Méridien Bed. The hotel also houses a state-of-the-art gym, pool, and C'est la Vie-- a full-service restaurant serving breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Not everyone has the smarts to book lodgings with us.
Take for example this dude from Kalamazoo who parked his motocycle downtown.
He booked Le Meridien Reforma with Worst Night and paid 9% more than he would have with us.
About the neighborhood where Le Meridien is located.
Colonia Tabacalera is a colonia or neighborhood in the Cuauhtémoc borough of Mexico City, on the western border of the city's historic center. It was created in the late 19th century as no one thought of it sooner. From the early 20th century, it became a mixture of mansions and apartment buildings, with major constructions such as the now Monument to the Revolution and the El Moro skyscraper built in the first half of the century. By the 1950s, the area had a Bohemian reputation with writers, artists, rejects, and exiles living there. These included Fidel Castro and Ernesto “Che” Guevara who met each other and began planning the Cuban Revolution here over a couple of beers and cigars. Today, this colonia has prostitution, some cute hookers but lots of fatties, street vending and traffic. However, the area is still home to some of the many traditional Mexican cantinas that populated it in its heyday.
The most popular cantinas are located on Ignacio Mariscal Street: Bar Oxford, La Gruta de San Fernando and the Salon Palacio.
Major landmarks include the Monumento a la Revolucion, Frontón México, the Museo Nacional de San Carlos (former Palace of the Count of Buenavista) and the headquarters of the National Lottery. The Monumento a la Revolución or Monument to the Revolution, is located on Plaza Revolución, which is the second largest plaza in Mexico City after the Zócalo.
Desde USD $ 160 más impuestos, por noche en una suite clásica para 2 adultos
El paquete incluye:
♦ Desayuno buffet para 2 adulto
♦ 2 Sparkling Drinks, servidos en nuestro estancia.
♦ 2 pases en cortesía al museo Rufino Tamayo, por habitación por estancia.
♦ 2 tazas de café de diseñador Illy, por habitación por estancia.
valido en junio 2016
Have your meeting in style at a great price here in the Le Meridien Reforma.
$36usd per attende gets you the hall; coffee breaks for 8 hours; purified water; three course lunch; paper and pens.
While you enjoy your Mexico City centraly located lodgings nearby taxi and combi rentals abound. If you'd rather them to the metro. With the little taxi drive around and explore the city. Don't forget Chapultapec or the Anthropology Museum.
And just to the side Le Meridiean Reforma are so many things to do and see without a taxi nor metro. Like upscale shopping centers so near your lodgings in Mexico City. See like the Angel of indepence nearby Le Meridien Mexico City. And also nearby the Chapultapec Castle with awesome exhibits.
Also one may search for great stuff to bring back home in the Zona Rosa which is walking distance from your Mexico City hotel. As is Cinemex Casa de Arte with top movies. Fun browsing the antique shop Plaza del Angel Centro de Anticuarios El lugar conocido como la Zona Rosa en la Ciudad de México es un espacio que por años se ha convertido en un área de carácter comercial. Ubicado cerca Hotel Le Meridien Reforma, que pertenece a la Delegación Cuauhtémoc, en el denominado Corredor Turístico del Paseo de la Reforma. Concentra gran cantidad de boutiques, tiendas, bares, restaurantes, galerías de arte, estudios de tatuaje, cafés, antros, librerías, y oficinas. La Zona Rosa también es conocida por su vida nocturna, por lo que convierte a este espacio en uno de los más visitados en la Ciudad de México.
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Tips coming down to Le Meridiean hotel in Mexico City:
Bring an empty travel mug and water bottle. Although you can’t pass security with liquids, there are always water fountains by the gate. You can then fill your water bottle for the flight. The travel mug can be used for free coffee, tea or even soda on the flight.
Download shows and movies to your phone ahead of time. This hack allows you to watch your shows even while in airplane mode. Of course once in the Meridien Mexico City get those fabulous shows on cable and dig the free high speed WiFi.
Or hang-out in the Latitude Bar.
Hay Piscina mas una Piscina climatizada.
Piscina interior (todo el año)
Bañera de hidromasaje / jacuzzi
Avoid the temptation of the airport booksellers by bringing a good book from home. Then when relaxing in Le Meridien pick it up to finish the chapter you began on the flight.
Luggage spends 99.99% of its life in storage, so put the word out among family and friends if you need an extra suitcase or two. Unless you're traveling constantly. For those who do travel constantly when in Mexico City it's Le Meridien and we offer a FREE travel app on Google Play About CancunSteve on Google Play
Travel Hoodie Pillow, an inflatable travel pillow with a hoodie attached. Just the thing to look rediculous, it's perfect for people who don't mind looking ridiculous while they travel, but want a hood on their inflatable pillow.
Trump with his orange face looks rediculous when he travels with or without a pillow. He can't travel down to Le Meridien in Mexico City on his own airline as that went belly-up as did many of his other business ventures.
How to Work the Hotel TV from Your Smart Phone using STAYconnect a download for anyone who can’t figure out how to work the TV remote control and those that want to find the channel of the network they’re looking for like Leave It to Beaver and hear Barbara Billingsby tell Ward hey don't you think you were a little hard on the Beaver last night. The app lets you use your smartphone as a TV remote. Once you open it up, STAYconnect will ask for the code to your hotel TV. Hit the menu button on the remote. Then press the numeral one. And a six-digit code may pop up. Enter it into the phone, and voila!
Mind you the remote here in Le Meridien is easy enough to use for almost anyone. Except maybe some presidents.
Suite de lujo con cama king o dos camas matrionial.
Areas independentes, una descanso y otra de recepcion.
Kit de cafe cortesia
Tres botellas de agua purificada por dia.
Acceso al gimnasio equipada el 24 hours
Alberca techada con agua templada y Jacuzzi
Upscale Hotel Le Meridien is located on the delightful Paseo de la Reforma the Champs Élysées of Mexico City, Le Méridien Mexico City sits in the heart the artistic and cultural like Bellas Artes Theater and Museum, government and financial districts of the capital. World famous museums and 18th Century palaces housing works of art by Mexico’s famed muralisitas.
Such as Diego Rivera, José Clemente Orozco and David Alfaro Siqueiros.
See the Museum of Modern Art, and the Museum of Anthropology so close to Le Meridien Mexico City. Other popular destinations include the Metropolitan Cathedral and Chapultepec Castle.
Mexico has had a tradition of painting murals, starting with the Olmec civilization a long long time ago and into the colonial period, with children of the Spanish settlers holding spray paint adorned Olmec monuments with sayings such as watch out pagans, the auto de fe is comming, and with other murals mostly painted to evangelize and reinforce Christian doctrine. The inquisitor humuliating, torturing, burning the pagan publically. The modern tradition has its roots in the 19th century, with this use of political and social themes. Like book Le Meridien with CancunSteve for a good deal. The first Mexican mural painter to use philosophical themes in his work was Juan Cordero in the mid 19th century.
His full name was Juan Nepomuceno María Bernabé del Corazón de Jesús Cordero de Dios Salsman. But signing checks was problamatico as his name couldn't fit in the small line.
So everyone just called him Juan Cordero for short.
You may call Le Meridien Mexico City your home while visiting here.
Although he did mostly work with religious themes such as the cupola of the Santa Teresa Church and other churches, he painted a secular mural at the request of Gabino Barreda at the Escuela Nacional Preparatoria.
From 1860 to 1867, he travelled throughout Mexico, painting portraits. He was seen perched on his little chair outside the state fair, near where Le Meridien Mexico City stands today, hawking portraits of those people passing by.
He did a portrait of General Antonio López de Santa Anna's wife, Doña Dolores Tosta de Santa Anna. Before the Texans marched into Mexico and Santa was toast.
I think his best mural was of Columbus at the court. Not a tennis court but the monarchs. These are some of the things to see near Le Meridiean Mexico City.
He also did a portrait of himself making himself appear 20 pounds lighter and removing that awful mole on his forehead.
In 1921, after the end of the military phase of the Revolution, José Vasconcelos was appointed to head the Secretaría de Educación Pública. A great man and literary talent who also formed the SEP (secretary of education publica). At the time, most of the Mexican population was illiterate1 and the government needed a way to promote the ideals of the Mexican Revolution. It was Vasconcelos’s idea have a government-backed mural program for this purpose. He also believed in upscale Mexico City lodgings planting the seed for the creation of Le Meridien Mexico City. Similar to mural use in the pre Hispanic period and during the colonial period, the purpose of these murals were not simply aesthetic, but social, to promote certain ideals. These ideals or principles were to glorify the Mexican Revolution and the identity of Mexico as a mestizo nation, with the indigenous promoted as well as the Spanish. The government began to hire the country’s best artists to paint murals, calling some
of them home from Europe including Diego Rivera. Hey Diego won't you please come home! Bill Bailey won't you please come home! These initial muralists included Dr. Atl, Ramón Alva de la Canal, Federico Cantú and others but the main three would be David Alfaro Siqueiros, José Clemente Orozco and Diego Rivera. His time as secretary was short but it set how muralism would develop.
Although there are no murals in your room in Le Meridiean Mexico City, there are fine representations of city scenes and that large flat screen TV.
1 Today as well many are illiterate as evidenced that even after the televised presidential debates, Lopez Obrador is still ahead in the polls.
Piso Altitude: habitaciones ha sido designadas a este concepto (incluyendo las junior suites, master suites y la suite presidencial)
Uso sin costo de Internet inalámbrico de banda ancha dentro de la habitación
Una discreta y eficiente asistencia por parte de un mayordomo como Batman
Acceso a un elegante lounge ubicado en el doceavo piso.
Reservaciones preferenciales y asistencia por parte de un concierge
Menú de almohadas personalizado
Selección de infusiones aromáticas
En mejor ubicacion de cuidad Le Meridien Distrito Federal (Mexico City) es 69 Paseo de la Reforma
Centro de negocios (costo adicional) que incluye salas de juntas, cada una con capacidad de 6 a 12 personas, 3 salas privadas que ponen a tu disposición computadoras con acceso a Internet de banda ancha (aplica cargo extra).
El equipo audiovisual se encuentra disponible previa solicitud (cargo extra)
Florería (cargo extra)
Tienda de souvenirs (cargo extra)
Servicio de Taxi las 24 horas (cargo extra)
Agencia de viajes (cargo extra)
Spa (cargo extra)
cargos extras pero vale la pena
Centro de acondicionamiento físico y alberca techada (sin costo adicional)
Not far from this Mexico City hotel is the Frida Kahlo museum on Allende y Londres.
The Plaza Hidalgo is also worth a vist. Which is in the general area of these Mexico City lodgings.
Don't be fooled by evil websites offering the Le Meridien a few dollars less with but no refunds. We on the other hand have a generous cancellation policy and no-cost change policy. We never know what may come up to alter our plans. Who was it that said the best laid plans of mice and men We pay for our bargains. We wrote the book on getting the best deal and avoiding risks.
You may have to cancel your vacation due to an illness (God forbid), concerns over work conflicts, job loss, and more things. If you are forced to cancel your vacation, you will not recover the non refundable fees and payment you’ve already paid for with those bad guys!
You may be forced to abandon your trip and return home for any number of reasons: a sick child for example (God forbid)
Your arrival at Le Meridien could be delayed: Your flight is delayed out of your control – travel delays come in all forms, from severe weather, to booking mistakes, to strikes and the airlines don’t care that you paid a non-refundable room to save a few dollars – why should they. If you are delayed for days, what happens to those dollars you paid for days you won't use?
Think about this! That small rental discount is as worthless as a phony bill.We do offer Travel Insurance for the unexpected tell me more Also includes baggage loss
restaurants in the Le Meridien Mexico City:
With an exquisite French bistro atmosphere, C´est la Vie specializes in steak and fresh sea food, as well as mouth watering desserts, a dining experience for every occasion and every taste.
Here you can experience a unique way to start your day, enjoying the Le Meridien insignia breakfast. This breakfast has been specially created by the Le Meridien chef proudly wearing the white cylinder hat who prepares Le Meridien Mexico City Specialities bonding the traditional French cuisine with the most representative Mexican ingredients.
A fusion thing.
Le Meridien Mexico City, offers a spicy and refreshing variety of stimulating drinks. Mexican flavours, sweet, and spicy, which blend perfectly well with the most interesting local ingredients. Created specially by our Chef to introduce our guests to fine Mexican cuisine.
Deliciosos desayunos buffet, comidas diseñadas con una temática distinta para sorprender cada día a huéspedes de Le Meridien Mexico City, saludables cenas con menú diario de especialidades, espacio culinario de vanguardia, con un servicio buffet impecable y una carta en la que encontrará propuestas para todos los gustos. Los desayunos se sirven de 6:30 a 11:30, las comidas de 13:00 a 17:00 y las cenas de 18:00 a 23:30 horas.