Hyatt Regency Mexico City

Campos Eliseos 204 | Col. Polanco, Mexico City 11560, Mexico
4 reviews

It can be difficult to distinguish between all the towering hotels in this neighborhood. They're all geared toward business travelers, they all have fairly standard chain-hotel rooms and they all have beautiful views of the city. A few things set the Hyatt -- formerly the Hotel Nikko -- apart from its competitors. For one, it has one of the city's ...

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  • 1
    0.16 mi

    Chapultepec Zoo

    0.16 mi from Hyatt Regency Mexico City
    4 reviews

    This is a nice diversion almost in the middle of the city. You will see lots of Mexicans holding parties here especially on the weekends. Just walking around in the greenery watching the people is a great way to relax after heavy duty sight seeing.

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    0.45 mi

    Museo Nacional de Antropología

    0.45 mi from Hyatt Regency Mexico City
    45 reviews

    Perfecto lugar cultural. Las enormes colecciones de historia Mesoamericana son simplemente magníficas!

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  • 3
    0.69 mi

    Castillo de Chapultepec

    0.69 mi from Hyatt Regency Mexico City
    16 reviews

    Supported by Napolean III of France, Maximillian was the youngest son of Austrian (Hapsburgh) Emperor Franz Josef. Through a bizarre series of events, he was 'elected' by the citizens of Mexico to ne THEIR Emperor. He reproduced his castle (MIRAMAR) that was in Trieste (now Italy) on Chapultapec Hill at what was the West End of the city in 1850. ...

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  • 4
    0.95 mi

    Museo de Arte Moderno

    0.95 mi from Hyatt Regency Mexico City
    3 reviews

    The Museum of Modern Art usually charges a 25 peso entrance fee, which is hardly breaking the bank, but if you are really counting your pennies (or pesitos) then you should make your way to this gallery on a Sunday when there is absolutely no charge for entrance. The gallery has both temporary and permanent exhibitions, showcasing important works of ...

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  • 5
    0.69 mi

    Camellón del Paseo de la Reforma

    0.69 mi from Hyatt Regency Mexico City
    2 reviews

    The famous statue of the Ángel de la Independencia located on a round about on Paseo de la Reforma in Mexico City. It was built to commemorate the centennial of the begining Of Mexicos war of Independence

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    0.77 mi

    El Palacio de Hierro

    0.77 mi from Hyatt Regency Mexico City
    1 review


  • 7
    0.26 mi

    Hard Rock Cafe

    0.26 mi from Hyatt Regency Mexico City
    1 review

    My favourite band was there, it was amazing place is awesome people are great

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  • 8
    3.78 mi

    El Zócalo

    3.78 mi from Hyatt Regency Mexico City
    36 reviews

    Plaza de la Constitucion de Oaxaca (Zocalo) between Hidalgo, Trujano, Flores Magon and Bustamente Sts. Oaxaca City, Mexico Contributed by Project for Public Spaces The zocalo has been the heart of Oaxaca for nearly 500 years, since it was laid out by Juan Pelaez de Berrio and Alonso Garcia Bra Click on any image for slide show * * * ...

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  • 9
    3.41 mi

    Palacio de Bellas Artes

    3.41 mi from Hyatt Regency Mexico City
    33 reviews

    Imponente y el principal escenario artístico del país

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    1.65 mi

    Monumento a la Independencia

    1.65 mi from Hyatt Regency Mexico City
    16 reviews

    Angel de la Independencia en la Ciudad de Mexico

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  • 11
    3.76 mi

    Centro Histórico

    3.76 mi from Hyatt Regency Mexico City
    10 reviews

    Desde su remodelación a mí me gusta mucho caminar por las calles, encuentras de todo y las construcciones y vistas se disfrutan al máximo.. me encanta!

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  • 12
    3.46 mi

    Palacio Postal

    3.46 mi from Hyatt Regency Mexico City
    7 reviews

    Free entrance. Just walk right in. Beautifully done interior and a popular tourist stop.

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  • 13
    4.57 mi

    Basilica de Guadalupe

    4.57 mi from Hyatt Regency Mexico City
    7 reviews


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  • 14
    4.11 mi

    Museo del Templo Mayor

    4.11 mi from Hyatt Regency Mexico City
    6 reviews

    Fantastic museum located on the actual archeological sight. Excellent collection of Aztec artifacts. Don't miss this!

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  • 15
    3.63 mi

    Palacio Nacional

    3.63 mi from Hyatt Regency Mexico City
    5 reviews

    Much building material came from Palace of Moctezuma II which originally occupied this site. Present photo i.d. to view Diego Rivera murals in courtyard.

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    3.94 mi

    Catedral Metropolitana

    3.94 mi from Hyatt Regency Mexico City
    5 reviews

    Organo situado dentro de la Catedral en el Zócalo de la Ciudad de México

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  • 17
    2.68 mi

    Arena México

    2.68 mi from Hyatt Regency Mexico City
    4 reviews

    love it

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  • 18
    3.62 mi

    Plaza Garibaldi

    3.62 mi from Hyatt Regency Mexico City
    4 reviews

    Party central, literally. A large plaza in the historical center of Mexico City is THE place to find a mariachi band. The square is surrounded by bars and nightclubs some rougher then others, -and now a brand new Tequila Museum for a bit of cultural fare. A fun place but be warned that it does get a bit crazy at ...

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  • 19
    4.02 mi

    Museo Nacional de Arte

    4.02 mi from Hyatt Regency Mexico City
    4 reviews

    THE FAMILIES The Errázuriz and the Alvear, both families of Spanish origin, arrived in America during the XVIII century. The Errázuriz settled in Chile. Among them were Presidents, Politicians, Tradesmen and University Professors. All of them highly influential within the Chilean society. The Alvear, established in Argentina, had outstanding activity in the social and political circles from the last decades ...

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    2.5 mi

    Plaza Mexico

    2.5 mi from Hyatt Regency Mexico City
    5 reviews

    Plaza Mexico is where the matadors battle it out with the big bulls. It's bloody, messy, rowdy and sometimes dangerous and it's just about as Mexican as it gets. If you've never been, it's worth seeing 'cause if you go somewhere and you don't experience what makes it unique, did you really experience it?

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