Mexico City is located at an altitude of 2,240 metres above sea level, making it an advantage point in the Valley of Mexico, a basin of technology, sophistication and advancement that meets with the history and tradition of Mexican culture. In this elevated place there are several high-rise buildings, turning the city into an authentic concrete jungle. Among them, without a doubt, stands out the slender skyscraper that houses the Sofitel Mexico City Reforma.

This hotel is a convergence that echoes the city itself, mixing French elegance and Mexican culture inside and out. The main façade is that of a house dating from 1938 and leads to a 40-story glass and concrete superstructure that offers unparalleled views of the historic Paseo de la Reforma avenue. Just a few steps from the city’s most prominent business, luxury, and cultural centers, views of the Ángel de la Independencia, Castillo de Chapultepec and the most representative avenue in Mexico, Sofitel is the ideal place to experience Mexican culture with a total French elegance.

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The rooms are worthy of a VIP stay, with luxurious touches and wood paneling adorning the space. The living room and bedroom on the Prestige Suites are separated, offering freshness in the accommodation, and the spacious bathrooms are covered with marble and L’Occitane accessories. Each room is fully automated: the lights are switched on and off in a way that makes it easy to navigate the space, and the curtains open with the touch of a button to reveal aerial views of the city. The Superior and Luxury CLub Millésime rooms, as well as the Prestige Suites can grant access to the exclusive Club Millésim. The Opera and Imperial Suite offer separate dining, kitchen, and bedroom spaces, as well as ample living space with the most sophisticated Mexican-French décor that brings a new level of luxury to the city.

The Sofitel houses 3 restaurants ready to surprise the palate and accompany the incredible surroundings. Balta, on the 12th floor, is under the direction of chef Paula Muñoz, and brings Mediterranean flavors in presentations designed to share, immersed in an atmosphere of luxury and exclusivity. The hotel is crowned by the Cityzen Rooftop Kitchen, a cozy bar on the 38th floor with panoramic views of the city, the avenue, and the surrounding valley. Mexican and French cuisine, and signature mixology await visitors to accompany the unparalleled views.

The Spa and Fitness Center are available to guests who want to maintain an active lifestyle, with trainers and special massage treatments, inspired by the pre-Hispanic heritage of the country. The swimming pool that crowns the building along with Cityzen is an intimate and cozy space with the most beautiful views of the entire hotel, its ceiling-to-floor windows allow you to observe the city in its entirety while the water calms the spirit.

In the middle of one of the largest cities in the world, French luxury is experienced at every step inside Sofitel Mexico City Reforma. An amalgam of history, heritage, culture, and sophistication that permeates the depths of the soul, welcoming travelers who seek an experience beyond comparison.

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