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Segovia Regency Hotel vs Embassy Suites Hotel by Hilton Mexico City-reforma

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Segovia Regency Hotel vs Embassy Suites Hotel by Hilton Mexico City-reforma



Segovia Regency Hotel
Embassy Suites Hotel by Hilton Mexico City-reforma

 

Segovia Regency Hotel

Embassy Suites Hotel by Hilton Mexico City-reforma

Address Avenida Chapultepec 328 Col Roma
Mexico City
Paseo De La Reforma No 69
Mexico City
Phone 55 55 5525-0388 525550613000
Class 2 star 4 star
Price From $50.67 to $50.67 From $129.00 to $179.00
Floors 9 floors 19 floors
Rooms 120 rooms 160 rooms
Amenities Family Rooms
Fitness center
Business center
Restaurant
Meeting rooms
Data port
Dry cleaning/laundry
First Class Hotel
Pets accepted
Family Rooms
Room service
Free breakfast
Fitness center
Swimming pool
Wheelchair accessible
Business center
Restaurant
Meeting rooms
Non-smoking rooms
Data port
Dry cleaning/laundry
First Class Hotel
All Suites


  1. Segovia Regency Hotel
  2. Embassy Suites Hotel by Hilton Mexico City-reforma
Segovia Regency Hotel

The Segovia Regency Hotel is classified as Business Class Category, Its ideal for business travelers, tourists or families. Our kind and Efficient staff are ready to attend you with cordial treatment and Personalized service, assuring agreeable and pleasant stay for Every one of our guest, which is our highest priority. Utell Superior Selection - Offers the traveler quality rooms and facilities making their stay, whether business or leisure, relaxing and comfortable.



Embassy Suites Hotel by Hilton Mexico City-reforma

The Embassy Suites Hotel by Hilton Mexico City-Reforma is located on the famous Reforma Avenue, in the heart of the Mexican capital*s government, cultural, financial and business center. The Historic District with the Zocalo and the National Palace, are only 10 minutes away by taxi, while the Zona Rosa, with its shopping, restaurants and nightlife, is within walking distance. The Bellas Artes Theater and Museum is nearby. The Museum of the Revolution, telling the story of Mexico*s fight for independence, is a short walk away. The hotel is situated at the *glorieta* or statue of Christopher Columbus by the French sculptor Cordier. West on the Reforma, guests have views of Chapultepec Castle as it stands over the city from its place in Chapultepec Park. The Park is also home to the Museum of Anthropology with its collection of artifacts from the different civilizations that inhabited Mexico. Mexico City was once the center of the Aztec civilization. Today, it is the hub of modern architecture and art. Neighborhoods like the Condesa, San Angel and Coyoacan are also close and such places as the Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera Museums are easy to reach.



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