Hotel Palace

Hotel Palace offers an exclusive location with a great variety of emblematic places to visit.

Paseo de la Reforma

Paseo de la Reforma, the most important avenue in Mexico City, is located only 300 meters away from Hotel Palace. This large avenue goes through the three most vibrant colonies in the capital: Chapultepec, Zona Rosa y Juárez, at it represents the bussiness heart of the city, with unique buildings, eclectic mansions and huge skyscrapers.

Palacio de Bellas Artes

Located only 1,4 km away from our hotel, Palacio de Bellas Artes represents the most important cultural precinct in the manifestation of the arts in Mexico. Explore the rich culture and history of the Historic Center and one of the most renamed opera houses in the world.

Zona Rosa (1,7 km)

Zona Rosa is located 1,7 km away from our hotel, and dates back to the 1950s. From its beginnings, it represented a bohemian and alternative space where artists, intellectuals and young entrepreneurs looked for a good atmosphere and tolerance in this then fashionable neighbourhood.


Also known as Plaza de la Constitución, this square is located 2,3 km away from Hotel Palace. Zócalo was the center of Tenochtitlan before the arrival of Spanish colonizers. Nowadays, is still the politic and religious center, as well as an important place for events.

Diego Rivera Murals

Located in the Public Education Secretariat, 2,4 km away from our hotel, the Diego Rivera Murals represent the works of the imposing muralist Diego Rivera. The artist invested 22 years in painting the impressive work that represents a great treasure of Mexican culture.

Prawn Tasting

Any Mexico City tourist must take the chance to try a prawn dish. In our surroundings we have several restaurants where you can enjoy an excellent atmosphere and a delicious prawn dish: El Cardenal Restaurant, Azul Histórico or Contra mar.