This Mexico City Hotel Just Got Some Stunning New Suites — and One Has the City’s First Infinity Pool

St. Regis Mexico City has long been considered a luxe option for anyone visiting the sprawling city. The hotel is so iconic that it has made it to our World’s Best Awards list in 2021, 2022, and 2023.

One of the coolest things about this family- and pet-friendly hotel is its location: it’s in a bustling neighborhood and walkable to and from Roma and Condesa. (I found myself walking over to the nearby Roma and Condesa neighborhood whenever I could.) Plus, there are panoramic views from the 31-story building, so you can see the entire city and the beautiful Sierra Madre mountains.

When making your way to the property by car, it’s undeniable that you’re in a busy part of town. But once you’re at the hotel, it’s easy to forget you’re in such a buzzy part of the city. During my visit, I was routinely surprised by how zen-like the stay was.

What makes this hotel special, though, is the service. The staff is incredibly warm and attentive, ensuring you have everything you need for a great stay. “The guest experience at The St. Regis Mexico City is defined by an unwavering commitment to luxury, personalized service, and timeless elegance,” Rodrigo Rizzi, the hotel’s general manager, told Travel + Leisure. “Personalized butler service, signature rituals, exquisite dining, luxurious accommodations, wellness and recreation, and the best address in Mexico City.”

St. Regis Mexico City

  • The location is elite, as it’s walkable from Roma and Condesa.
  • There’s no shortage of excellent dining in Mexico City, but the on-site restaurants and bars are excellent should you not want to leave the property.
  • The serene rooms make you feel like you’re not in a bustling city.

The Rooms

The St. Regis Mexico City has 189 rooms — and every suite comes with butler service. The rooms are decorated in calming shades of purple and gray, with plush beds, marble bathrooms, and cozy seating areas. And if you’re in town for work, the dedicated workspaces in each room are a great touch.

In January, the hotel rolled out eight new garden suites, which Rizzi said are the “perfect blend of a city hotel with a dash of a resort vibe” that lends itself to being an “urban oasis.” Each suite has a large outdoor terrace that overlooks Paseo de la Reforma and is equipped with a seating area, a jacuzzi, a fireplace, and a pergola.

Courtesy of The St. Regis Mexico City

Courtesy of The St. Regis Mexico City

The two-bedroom, 3,875-square-foot Caroline Astor Garden Terrace Suite has an outdoor infinity pool, which the property says is the first suite to have one in Mexico City.

“The design of our suites follows the elegance that characterizes St. Regis, aiming to make you feel right at home while providing a comfortable space to entertain your guests,” Rizzi told T+L. “With meticulous attention to detail, our suites are thoughtfully crafted to exude a sense of warmth, sophistication, and timeless charm.”

Food and Drink

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The property has eight different food and beverage outlets, ranging from grab-and-go to fine dining.

My first introduction to dining at the hotel was at Diana Restaurant, a contemporary Mexican eatery under the helm of chef Diego Niño. (The restaurant has views of the Diana the Huntress fountain, which is a tribute to the Roman goddess Diana.) Here, the menu has the likes of squid in recado negro, beer-glazed octopus, and tuna tostada, but I feasted on red ceviche (catch of the day dressed in macha emulsion, a creamy avocado puree, and miso mayo) and duck flautas with mole xiqueno.

Also on the property is Animal, a steakhouse with Mexican and Japanese fare. (It has a popular outpost in the Polanco neighborhood, too.) The menu contains tacos, steaks, tostadas, and nigiri. But our pro tip is to order the sushi boat.

There’s also La Table Krug for French dining, Mentor for Greek food, and Sushi Tatsugoro for Japanese bites. Glass House Café is the hotel’s on-site patisserie with coffee, pastries, and sweets for grab-and-go fare.

For drinks, there’s the New York City-inspired King Cole Bar. “The lavishly adorned King Cole Bar takes its inspiration from the famous bar in New York City,” Rizzi said. “Grand windows, high ceilings, and large wooden doors create a sense of open space, yet the bar and seating areas are comfortably intimate.”

And, of course, there’s 24-hour in-room dining, which offers the same quality dishes. I started my mornings with a fresh juice, a fruit smoothie, and an entree. One morning, it was a muesli and lychee grain bowl; another morning, it was a staff-recommended chilaquiles pasilla.

The Spa

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The hotel is home to Remède Spa, which has an assortment of treatments, from custom massages and facials to manicures and pedicures. The spa has an indoor heated swimming pool with city skyline views.

Activities and Experiences

The hotel often has a seasonal takeover or pop-up. (In April 2024, for example, the hotel collaborated with New York City’s Pebble Bar for a pop-up event in the Caroline Astor Garden Terrace Suite.)

“We are a very dynamic hotel; we are always doing pop-ups, takeovers, special menus, seasonal rituals — you name it,” Rizzi said. “What guests can expect is always great service and an exquisite stay, and rest assured whenever they visit The House of Astor in Mexico City, something is happening. Every stay at The St. Regis Mexico City, you will always find something new to discover.”

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During my stay, I went on an architecture tour through the city’s historic neighborhood. I learned that the city’s uneven pavement is due to the daily earthquakes, that the city has one of the highest concentrations of museums in the world, and even dabbled in a local refreshing mocktail called suera. (It’s lime juice in seltzer water served in a salt-rimmed glass.) While this tour was customized for my interests, the hotel offered something for everyone.

“We are focused on giving unique experiences, like our architectural tour with a specialist in architecture and art history or our new experience with a personal shopper who will help you with what to buy from the best designers,” Rizzi said. “If our luminaries are looking for a gastronomical experience, we have our exclusive ‘La Table Krug’ where the menu is personalized to the guest’s needs and paired with Krug Champagne.”

The hotel’s unbeatable location means many attractions are nearby — and the team is always available to share their insider tips. “We have created a curated guide by our Chief Concierge of hidden gems in the city, plus we have a full concierge team with Clef d’Or to personalize everyone’s visit,” Rizzi said.

Family-friendly Offerings

St. Regis Mexico City has a Children’s Club on the 15th floor for kids between the ages of 5 and 11. The hotel also offers in-suite glamping and has child-sized robes, slippers, and a step stool upon request. From Friday to Sunday, from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., a candy trolly navigates the lobby and terrace for children (and candy lovers of all ages) to fill their bags with sweet treats. Guests can contact the property’s butler service to request baby wipes, diapers, roll-away beds, and cribs.

Accessibility and Sustainability

There are six accessible rooms on the property. Guests can request one of these rooms while reviewing their reservation.

St. Regis Mexico City is a Green Key-certified property.


Travelers can fly to and from Mexico City International Airport (MEX). Aeromexico, Mexico’s flagship carrier, has direct flights between many major U.S. airports and Mexico City. The St. Regis Mexico City is about nine miles from the airport, which depending on traffic, is about a half hour away.

The St. Regis Mexico City is in the Reforma neighborhood, on the corner of the Fuente de la Diana Cazadora roundabout — a historical landmark that pays tribute to the Roman goddess Diana. It is a 10-minute walk to two popular neighborhoods, Roma and Condesa.

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“We are located on the iconic avenue of Paseo de la Reforma, which was known as Carlota Street at the time when Maximiliano & Carlota ruled Mexico, and it leads you to the Chapultepec Castel,” Rizzi said. “Nowadays, you will find the avenue landmarks, museums, parks, and everything a traveler looks for in a location. We are close to many art galleries, restaurants, historical buildings, and more.” (The hotel is just a 10-minute drive from three museums: Museo de Arte Moderno, Museo Tamayo Arte Contemporáneo, and Museo Nacional de Antropología.)

How to Get the Most Value Out of Your Stay

St. Regis is part of the Marriott family so guests can utilize the Marriot Bonvoy loyalty program, whether it be scoring a members-only rate or earning points on your stay. Members can also use points to book their stay — rooms start at 57,000 points. The St. Regis Mexico City’s nightly room rates start at $376; garden suites start at $919. You can book your stay at

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