In Mexico City the two main streets are Paseo de la Reforma and Av Insurgentes where one heads east west and the other north, south. Paseo de la Reforma is often praised for its European influence and design and even referred to as the Champs-Élysées of Mexico. Le Meridien Mexico City is located in the prime spot on Paseo de la Reforma, the heart and soul of the artistic, cultural, government and financial district of the Mexican capital. and we had the pleasure of spending a few evening during our visit in Mexico City.
The Le Meridien hotel is 10 mins walk to the historical city center, and various world famous museums and sightseeing. There are a lot of restaurants in the neighborhood and a tourist bus stop is right across the street. The main lobby features a beautiful light sculpture modeled after the Barro Nero Oaxacan pottery. The hotel features a restaurant, an indoor pool, and a fitness center. Additionally, the HUB which is a bar/lounge for people to hang out or conduct informal meetings, 2 cafés, and a snack bar. Free WiFi in public areas provides convenience to travelers. There is an indoor temperature controlled swimming pool and small but functional gym in the lower level of the hotel.
All of Le Meridien Mexico City‘s 160 rooms are suites, meaning you have a separate living room with sofa and seating area, a wet bar with microwave, sink and refrigerator. Free Wifi, 24-hour room service and multiple TVs. Bathroom are spacious and stocked with MALIN+GOETZ toiletries for that extra touch of personal care. Besides complimentary Wifi and unlimited bottle of water, guests also enjoy 1 cup of illy Coffee per adult, 1 sparkling drink per adult per stay and 2 complimentary Rufino Tamayo´s Museum tickets.
Upon our arrival, we were treated to their signature Eclair dessert mixed of unique local flavors such as mole oaxaqueno, glace of tamarind and lemon with banana, caramelized peanut and huitlacoche toppings. It was def a unique flavor explosion of Mexican flavors. There was also a present of a barro nero oaxacan candle holder as a souvenir to take home. Service has been exceptional during our stay, from the bell hop to the concierge, to the bar tender that made my complimentary mojito drink everyone was friendly and eager to help.
Next time you travel to Mexico City and find yourself in the middle of city center, make sure you consider Le Meridien as an option to stay, they are so wonderful and pleasant and center to everything.