The St. Regis Mexico City, the cosmopolitan hotel setting the highest standard for luxury and bespoke service in Mexico, is pleased to announce new, highly-exclusive experiences added to its signature 48 Hours in Mexico City package, providing guests with customized two-day getaways designed to capture the city’s rich culture and best address.
Surrounded by Mexico City’s thrilling revival of the arts, culture, and cuisine, the hotel provides easy access to the destination’s most intriguing events, places and sights, all of which are carefully curated into a personalized itinerary as part of the hotel’s signature Cultural Curator concierge service. This summer, when booking the 48 Hour in Mexico City package, guests will find two entrance tickets at their doorstep to the museum of their choice from a preferred list curated by the experienced Concierge team.
“The 48 Hours in Mexico City package is designed to afford our loyal guests the most convenient and exclusive way to discover the best aspects of our famed city’s rich history and burgeoning cultural renaissance in just 48 hours,” said Bernard de Villèle, general manager. “This vibrant city is constantly transforming in exciting ways. With so much to see and do, The St. Regis Mexico City has revitalized the package, affording our guests unique access to a new selection of the city’s best museums, shopping, dining, and attractions.”
Taking guests on a journey of discovery, the 48 Hours in Mexico City package is built on the hotel’s ideal location near the Historic Centre, Condesa and Roma art district, and the Polanco financial and fashion district. Upon arrival, the Cultural Curator begins by providing guests with a welcome kit introducing a selection of the city’s nearby fine dining, premiere nightlife, world-class shopping, and cultural institutions, such as the iconic museum of El Palacio de Bellas Artes (Palace of Fine Arts). As Mexico City is the second destination in the world with the most museums, the 48 Hours in Mexico City package is the key that opens the doors to the best attractions in town, including insider access to Papalote Museo del Niño, Museo Interactivo de Economía, Museo de Antropología, Museo de Arte Moderno, Museo Tamayo, Museo de Arte Popular, Museo de Memoria y Tolerancia, and Universum.
Guests who are interested in enhancing their weekend getaway at the alluring DF, can incorporate new luxurious additions to the package including the recently-launched exclusive shopping concierge with expert stylist, Marco Corral, and curated shopping tours from the Cultural Curator service; private running tours with professional Marathonist Rogelio Jimenez as well as scenic biking tours in Paseo de la Reforma through the Chapultepec Castle; and the newly debuted La Table Krug – a gastronomic endeavor that offers a multi-sensory French epicurean experience, paired with Krug champagne, in a luxurious atmosphere for exclusively 12 guests.
US$200 food and beverage credit applicable at the hotel’s signature Diana Restaurant or J&G Grill.
Ideally located at the historic Paseo De La Reforma, The St. Regis Mexico City offers guests modern sophistication, unparalleled luxury and bespoke service in the city’s most exclusive neighborhood. Designed by legendary architect Cesar Pelli and designer Yabu Pushelberg, the hotel features 189 elegantly appointed guest rooms and suites, St. Regis’ legendary Butler and Cultural Curator Service, a signature Remède Spa, more than 10,000 square feet of meeting and event space, and state-of-the-art fitness facilities, including a panoramic indoor pool with views of the city.
The 48 Hours in Mexico City is available Thursday – Sunday, for a minimum of 2 nights and a maximum of 3 nights, with package rates beginning at $430 (USD) per night for a Deluxe Room, double occupancy. The signature package is valid for travel and open for booking now to December 15, 2015. For more information on The St. Regis Mexico City or to make reservations, visit www.stregis.com/mexicocity or call 888-625-5144.