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Experience Mexican Culture By Staying in the Heart of Mexico city

  • National Palace (3 Minutes Walking)
  • Mexico City Cathedral (5 Minutes Walking)
  • Templo Mayor (5 Minutes Walking)
  • Palacio de Bellas Artes (10 Minutes Walking)
  • Alameda Central (10 Minutes Walking)
  • Chapultepec (20 Minutes Driving)
  • Polanco (25 Minutes Driving)
  • National Anthropology and History Museum (25 Minutes Driving)
  • International Airport (20 Minutes Driving)
  • Coyoacán (40 Minutes Driving)
  • Xochimilco (1 Hour Driving)
  • Ciudad de México Museum (7 minutes-Walking)
  • Museo Nacional de Arte (11 minutes- Walking)
  • Estanquillo Museum (3 minutes- Walking)
  • Antiguo Colegio de San Ildefonso (11 minutes-Walking)
  • Palacio de Minería (11 minutes-Walking)
  • Colegio de lasVizcainas (12 minutes-Walking)
  • Franz Mayer Museum (7 minutes- Driving)
  • Diego Rivera Museum (7 minutes-Driving)
  • Arte Popular Museum (5 minutes-Driving)

Gran Hotel Ciudad de México

Av. 16 de Septiembre 82, Centro, Cuauhtémoc, 06000
Ciudad de México, Distrito Federal, Mexico

Av. 16 de Septiembre 82, Centro, Cuauhtemoc, 06000 Ciudad de Mexico, Distrito Federal, Mexico

Local Points Of Interest

National Palace

Located 350 meters (3 minutes walking) meters outside the premises of the Grand Hotel Mexico City’s Palacio Nacional find fundamental stage in the history of Mexico, had its origins in the time of the conquest of the Aztec Empire by Hernán Cortés, who in 1523 ordered to be built on the ruins of the Palace of Moctezuma II ; today has showrooms , murals of Diego Rivera, areas of finance and chapels and gardens.

Schedules: Monday to Friday 09:00 to 19:00 hrs.  Saturday from 09:00 to 18:00 hrs.   Sunday from 10:00 to 15:00 hrs.

Mexico City Cathedral

The Grand Hotel Mexico City is adorned with a colonial context and that his left side 350 meters (3 minutes walking) The Mexico City Cathedral will place itself summarizing all the art of the Colony. Its construction took almost three centuries , so that it can encapsulate all styles , from the pointed vaults its early stages, the severe herreriano their covers the north side of the of the chapter house and sacristy , to the neoclassical baroque going through that adorns this majestic temple.

Schedules: Monday to Sunday. From 9:00 to 18:00 Hrs.

Templo Mayor

Templo Mayor was built right on the site where the Pilgrims found Aztlán sacred cactus growing on a stone, on which an eagle with outstretched wings perched in the sun, eating a snake. The sacred building was destroyed after the conquest of the Indian metropolis, is located to the left side of the Gran Hotel de la Ciudad de Mexico to a distance of 450 meters (5 minutes walking).

Schedules: Tuesday to Sunday from 9:00 to 17:00

Palacio de Bellas Artes

Located on left side on the back of western Gran Hotel City Mexico direction at 850m (10 minutes walking) , the Palacio de Bellas Artes is one of the most emblematic monuments of culture and art in Mexico shows building two architectural styles in its spectacular building : Art Deco and Art Nouveau . It was built from 1904 having its origins in the Old National Theatre.

Schedules: Tuesday to Sunday from 9:00 to 16:30

Alameda Central

The Alameda Central is the oldest ride in Mexico City located 1.1 miles (10 minute walking) west of the Grand Hotel Mexico City. The Viceroy Don Luis de Velasco during the sixteenth century to the City Council requested that a walk was formed to give beauty to the city and it was a playground for its residents, currently has several recreation and shopping opportunities.
Schedules: Unrestricted


6.7 miles from Gran Hotel de la Ciudad de Mexico in southwest direction (20 minute Driving), is located one of the largest forests in Mexico City are housed in various museums, trails, lakes and a zoo, garden botanist and different recreational parks, residence at Chapultepec Castle emblematic point in Mexican history as well as being home to some viceroys who ruled the city

Schedules: 1st section from Tuesday to Sunday from 5:00 to 20:00 and 5:00 DST to 19:00 closed for maintenance on Mondays Sections 2a and 3a are therefore open areas can be visited throughout the year.


Polanco is a suburb of Mexico City at 7.4 km (25 minutes driving) Grand Hotel Mexico City is part of the axis of maximum development in the capital, where converge as mixed use residential, commercial and corporate, characterized by cultural diversity, among which we can find a wide variety of establishments such as Cafes, Restaurants, Exclusive Shops, Home Entertainment, among other various activities.

Anthropology & History Museum

Considered one of the most important museums in the world, the National Museum of Anthropology and History in Mexico City is located 5.8 miles from Gran Hotel de la Ciudad de Mexico (25 minute driving), the building was designed by famed Mexican architect Pedro Ramirez Vazquez, and was inaugurated in 1964 has the largest collection of pre-Columbian art on the planet, distributed in 24 themed rooms are the largest museum of Latin America. Find a space dedicated to the early nomadic tribes and another to the Olmeca culture, there are also rooms dedicated to the Maya, Zapoteca, Tolteca, Teotihuacan and Azteca or Mexica.
Schedules: Tuesday to Sunday from 9:00 to 19:00 hours

International Airport

In this direction of the Grand Hotel in Mexico City at a distance of 7.2 miles (20 minute driving ) will place the International Airport of Mexico City that the July 8, 1943 then published the Official Gazette ( DOF) the decree declaring the Central international Air Port City of Mexico , for the purpose of entry and exit of passengers and aircraft.


11.2 miles from Gran Hotel de la Ciudad de Mexico heading south (40 minutes driving) find a gives you more attractive areas of the city, Coyoacán is particularly busy on weekends as it has variety of family activities during the day while at night, the nightlife is a magnet for those looking to enjoy the bohemian bars, pubs, cafes and clubs.


Located south of Gran Hotel de la Ciudad de Mexico (60 minute driving) to 21.8 find one of the richest areas in culture and tradition Xochimilco Filled with a rich pre-Hispanic and colonial past traditions and history, in this corner of the capital Mexican culture of 14 villages throughout the year held a number of festivals among which the Day of the Dead, Day of the Candelaria and celebration in honor of the Child Jesus Niñopa.

Ciudad de México Museum

Located southeast of the Grand Hotel Mexico City 500 meters (7 minute Walking) find the old Palace of the Counts of Santiago de Calimaya which now houses the Museo de la Ciudad de México on October 31, 1964 provides different exposures and recreational activities for its visitors.
Schedules: Tuesday to Sunday from 10:00 to 18:00.

Art National Museum

1.5 kilometers west direction of the Grand Hotel in Mexico City (11 minutes walking) is home to the Museo Nacional de Arte Currently the museum has in its collection with 3000 338 works, collects, preserves , researches, exhibits , interprets and communicates Mexican art including painting, sculpture, printmaking, photography , feather art , manuscripts and furniture from the sixteenth to the mid-twentieth century.

Schedules: Tuesday to Sunday from 10:00 to 17:30.

Estanquillo Museum

The Estanquillo Museum is a space that is located in the Gran Hotel de la Ciudad de Mexico 350 meters west (3 minutes walking), was founded in 2006 from the desire Monsivais share its integrated collection of more than 20,000 pieces including historical documents, paintings, photographs, drawings, prints , miniatures and models with small businesses , which in Mexico in the nineteenth and early twentieth century’s were known as " newsstands " . It currently has permanent and temporary exhibitions as well as recreational workshops.

Schedules: Wednesday to Monday from 10:00 to 18:00 hrs

San Ildefonso

North of the Grand Hotel Mexico City 1.1 miles (11 minutes walking) is located the Antiguo Colegio de San Ildefonso is one of the most important colonial buildings of the historic center of Mexico City served as National University founded by Justo Sierra , headquarters of a battalion of the regiment of Flanders, school administered by the colonial government , led by the secular clergy, the temporary seat of the School of Law, among others currently resides as a museum in which you can admire great art works in exhibitions temporary and permanent as well as coarse and extensive cultural heritage.
Schedules: Tuesday from 10:00 to 20:00 Wednesday to Sunday from 10:00 to 18:00 hrs

Palacio de Minería

Northwest of Gran Hotel de la Ciudad de Mexico 1 kilometer (11 minutes walking ) is the Palacio de Minería, masterpiece of architect Manuel Tolsá , is considered the best example of neoclassical architecture in Mexico , had various uses until in 1867 it regained its original vocation to accommodate the Special School of Engineering . Currently the Palacio de Minería is part of the heritage of the UNAM, and the various conferences, courses, and events including the Book Fair Palacio de Minería are made
Schedules: Monday to Sunday from 10:00 to 18:00 hrs

Colegio de las Vizcainas

Located 1.1 miles southwest of Grand Hotel Mexico City is located Colegio de las Vizcainas of the Baroque facades and building tezontle quarry are all that can be seen , for access to the interior is prohibited. Of its three portals , the main highlights for its baroque cacophony , as contrasted with the sobriety of the rest of the building's architecture : on pilasters , decorated with shells and geometries that reveal the neoclassical applied by the architect Lorenzo Rodriguez in 1771 , The huge building has eleven courtyards that retain their original homes currently guided tours take place .

Franz Mayer Museum

Westbound 1.5 miles from Gran Hotel de la Ciudad de Mexico find Franz Mayer Museum in the old Hospital San Juan de Dios is the landmark that now houses the Museo Franz Mayer. Its history can find events and Uses of which has been the scene as well as the various characters who have spent within its walls. In 1981 the Federal Government concessioned the historic monument to Franz Mayer Cultural Trust to establish a museum, after an arduous process of restoration, officially opened its doors on July 15, 1986.

Schedules: Tuesday to Friday: 10:00 to 17:00 Saturday and Sunday: 10:00 to 19:00

Diego Rivera Museum

1.9 km west of the Grand Hotel de la Ciudad de Mexico (7 minute driving) the museum is named because it houses the mural Dream of a Sunday Afternoon in Alameda Park by Diego Rivera because he was at the Hotel del Prado heavily damaged in the 1985 earthquake that struck Mexico City

Schedules: Tuesday to Sunday from 10:00 to 18:00 hrs

Arte Popular Museum

From the Gran Hotel de la Ciudad de Mexico westbound 1.9 miles (5 minutes driving) is the Museo de Arte Popular since its opening to the public in March 2006, has been proposed to be an indisputable leader of Mexican folk art , pushing it through their permanent , temporary and traveling exhibitions ; and workshops for children, artisans and the general public ; competitions, seminars and extramural activities. You can discover the close relationship between the work of artisans and artists, with respect to the exuberant biodiversity located in our territory.

Schedules: Tuesday to Sunday from 10:00 to 18:00 Wednesday from 10:00 to 21:00.