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An Epic Getaway to Mexico City

Minimum availability for a date in Mexico City: 36 hours

About Mexico City

If you are looking for a one-of-a-kind romantic getaway, Ciudad de Mexico can give you an epic experience you’ll never forget. Discover this bustling city filled with ancient history, world-class museums, significant archaeological buildings and palaces, idyllic parks, and vibrant nightlife.

Initially built by the Aztecs in 1325 to be its capital, Mexico City is one of the world’s largest and most populous cities and the biggest city in North America. It is also known as the City of Palaces because of the number of buildings and architecture it holds. Mexico City has the most number of museums globally. While there may be no beaches in this city,  there is still something to offer everyone, starting from their picturesque parks and plazas, the excellent cuisine, of course, and a lot of other incredible attractions.

The best time to take high class escort Lisa Blaine to Mexico City

Winters may be chilly, and summers may be rainy in Mexico City. Though it may be pretty crowded from December to April, this period has the ideal weather when you visit the city.

The best accommodation and shopping deals happen between May and September, but you should know that the hurricane season can bring heavy rains during August and September. It is also best to prepare yourself for the city’s high elevation. Mexico City sits about 7,382 feet above sea level, and it is best to stay hydrated at all times and wear a lot of sunscreen.

Would you like to organize the perfect date in Mexico City? Let my team and I help you to create the perfect setting. We know the best restaurants, hotels, things to do, and more. Contact us now and learn more about the possibilities.

Would you like to organize the perfect date in Mexico City? Let my team and I help you to create the perfect setting. We know the best restaurants, hotels, things to do, and more. Contact us now and learn more about the possibilities.

The best hotel options in Mexico City

The St. Regis Mexico City

five star hotel rating

Paseo de la Reforma is a financial and business district in Mexico City, a social hub. The St. Regis Mexico City enjoys a strategic location in front of the Glorieta de la Diana Cazadora, a meeting point between the Bosque de Chapultepec museums, Polanco business district, and the Centro Histórico. The airport is just 45 minutes away from this sophisticated hotel, which offers first-class accommodations, luxury spa services, and the iconic St. Regis butler service.

Four Seasons Mexico City

five star hotel rating

This international hospitality brand can only bring the most exemplary service and amenities while staying in Mexico City. The well-appointed guest rooms and suites of Four Seasons boast soaking tubs, private bars, living and recreational areas. Becco serves Italian cuisine, while Pan Dulce pastry shop combines traditional Mexican bread with French pastries. The hotel is located on Paseo de la Reforma in downtown Mexico City and is near Chapultepec Park.

Hotel Marquis Reforma

five star hotel rating

The inspiring design of Marquis Reforma Hotel & Spa and its impeccable service is what makes this Leading Hotel of the World property stand out. Its stylish rooms boast lovely views of the hotel gardens or the nearby Chapultepec Park. It is located along Mexico City’s fashionable Paseo de la Reforma avenue, and it’s home to one of the best spas in the city. The Chapultepec Castle, Museum of Anthropology, and National Auditorium are within a 10-minute walk, while Mexico City Airport is a 20-minute drive from the hotel.

JW Marriott Hotel Mexico City

five star hotel rating

This luxury hotel is close to central Mexico City and a 10-minute walk from Auditorio Metro Station. The unparalleled rooms and suites at JW Marriott Hotel are designed for ultimate convenience and relaxation. It also features an outdoor pool, free Wi-Fi, and a Health Club with exclusive spa services such as a gym and hot tub. In addition, its Lobby Bar offers 100 varieties of tequila, along with a full bar menu.

Hyatt Regency Mexico City

five star hotel rating

Hyatt Regency Mexico City provides elegant modern rooms with sleek contemporary décor and city or park views. The 5-star hotel is located next to Chapultepec Park in the trendy Polanco neighborhood, next to the National Auditorium and Auditorio Metro Station. The hotel’s restaurants include Rulfo Paraje Latino, which serves Latin-American cuisine, Yoshimi Japanese restaurant, and Teppan Grill.

Nima Local House Hotel

five star hotel rating

This elegant and cozy place will make every moment count from the minute you step in. Nima means “big” in the Mayan, and when this luxury boutique hotel opened its doors in 2016, it changed the way travelers experience the city. Each room is uniquely designed with private bathrooms and king-sized beds. Located in La Roma, which is considered one of Mexico City’s best areas, Nima is surrounded by many bars, restaurants, cafes, shops, and nightclubs so its guests can go out to explore the city conveniently.

The Most Romantic Restaurants in Mexico City

Mexico City offers any kind of food you could wish for. Surely, there will be no shortage of street-sellers, bars, and restaurants, offering delicious local delights and exquisite international dishes.

Pujol

This restaurant by Chef Enrique Olvera is probably the most iconic fine-dining restaurant in Mexico City. It has been operating for two decades now, and it’s no wonder why it’s currently on the list of the World’s 50 Best Restaurants. Chef Olvera’s combining tradition with contemporary techniques has made this restaurant a reference in modern Mexican cuisine since its opening in 2000. Reservations are recommended if you’d like to try out Pujol’s ever-changing menus. Their highly-regarded five-course tasting menu may include surprises like corn with chicatana (leaf-cutter ant) mayo or a barbacoa taco with avocado leaf adobo and guacamole.

Rosetta

Rosetta features classic Italian recipes with the creative flair of chef Elena Reygadas as she infused Mexican touches in her dishes. The Porfiriato-era house design of this restaurant compliments Chef Elena’s tasting menus that only use high-quality seasonal ingredients, especially seafood. Rosetta also has two bakeries that are as popular, bringing artisanal sweet and savory delights to the Roma and Juárez neighborhoods.

Quintonil

This Mexican restaurant has also made it to The World’s 50 Best since 2015 because of its deep expression of Mexican cooking brimming with a myriad of flavors. Headed up by Jorge Vallejo and Alejandra Flores, Quintonil serves a long, 10-course tasting menu that showcases indigenous earthy Mexican ingredients: corn, beans, squash, chiles, and mushrooms. The dishes on this menu are centered on the ingredients’ flavors, taking contemporary Mexican cuisine to its maximum potential.

Nicos

Chef Gerardo Vazquez Lugo started the Mexican chapter of the Slow Food movement, prominent in most Nicos’ dishes like its sopa seca de natas. This restaurant is located in Claveria’s neighborhood, and it’s been around for over six decades dedicated to traditional Mexican fare. Nicos keeps time-tested recipes alive and in all their glory. For years, the menu has featured classics like crunchy beef cecina (salted beef steak), dry cream soup (an 18th-century recipe), and Nicolasa filet served in chile ancho tequila caramelized apples and hibiscus salsa.

La Docena

Chef Tomás Bermúdez’ New Orleans-inspired oyster bar takes its diners to coastal paradise with its freshest shellfish selection, particularly oysters. Nobody can question the quality of ingredients in this Roma restaurant, and the relaxed ambiance complements the warm and attentive service. The raw clams, agua chiles, octopus tostadas, and house-made aioli hit the spot, and the French fries here are some of the best in town. There’s only one dessert on the men, and it’s their molten chocolate cake with banana and ice cream.

Maximo Bistrot

Maximo Bistrot has been serving dishes rooted in sustainable farming and fair trade since its opening in 2012. Though farm-to-table is a relatively new concept in Mexico City, Chef Eduardo Garcia, together with his wife and business partner Gabriela Lopez, remained true to their philosophy of supporting domestic products and serving up sophisticated dishes without compromising flavors and quality. The food is simple bistro-style, and the menu changes frequently to reflect the seasons and availability of local produce.

Romantic highlights of the city

Create your romantic scene at Chapultepec Castle

The sprawling Bosque de Chapultepec or Chapultepec Forest is twice the size of Central Park. Here, there are so many attractions to see and things to explore, including the Chapultepec Castle. This 18th-century palace served as the home of the Mexican President until 1939 and now houses the famous Museo Nacional de Historia. The Castle is known for its impressive gardens, and it was actually used during the filming of Baz Luhrmann’s wildly successful Romeo + Juliet film. 

See art in all forms at Palacio de Bellas Artes

Palacio de Bellas Artes is already an art in itself, and this historical white marble structure serves as both the city’s top performance hall and an art museum. Despite its age, the beautiful art deco building still impresses its visitors with incredible displays, including Diego Rivera’s murals and his famous masterpiece, “Man the Controller of the Universe.” For a more memorable date night in Mexico City, you can also catch a performance of Mexican folklore ballet at the museum’s performance hall, where you can enjoy an evening of live music and cultural show.

Be serenaded while riding a trajinera in Xochimilco

Trajineras are Mexico City’s version of Venice’s gondolas, only more festive. These colorful and vibrant canal boats cruise daily through the waters of the Xochimilco neighborhood, which are loved by locals and tourists alike. You can take your loved one on a romantic picnic cruise while being serenaded and entertained by local Mariachi groups in one of the trajineras.

Find Inspiration in Cayoacan

Coyoacan, translated as “Land of the Coyotes,” was a former village and now one of the 16 boroughs of Mexico City, is a historical center. Plazas, streets, and structures dating from the 16th to the early 20th centuries have been preserved in this neighborhood, and in here, you’ll find picturesque parks and cantinas that will transport you back to the colonial era because of its cobblestone streets. Cayoacan was once home to iconic writers such as Trotsky and great painters like Frida Kahlo to seek refuge and inspiration.

Get an Aztec Spa Treatment in Polanco

A spa day will definitely refresh and relax you after days of wandering around the city. Many hotels and spas in the upscale neighborhood of Polanco offer unique and rejuvenating Aztec-inspired spa treatments. These treatments usually use locally sourced indigenous ingredients such as Mexican cacao, cinnamon, agave, vanilla, and nopal (cactus paddle). Some spa even offers Mexican ‘temazcal’ cleansing bath ritual to purify the body and soul. 

See the pyramids of Mexico in Teotihuacán

Teotihuacán is about 31 miles northeast of Mexico City, and here, you will see some of the largest pre-Columbian pyramids in all of Mexico. Teotihuacán is one of many UNESCO World Heritage sites in the region, being one of the most essential and most-visited ancient complexes from pre-Hispanic times. One of the best and romantic ways to explore the “City of Gods” is by going on a hot-air balloon ride to better view the ruins and other famous constructions, including the Palace of the Plumed Butterfly and the magnificent Pyramid of the Sun.

Enjoy this gorgeous city to the fullest and let my team and I help create the perfect dream itinerary. We know the best places to have a bite to eat, clubs and bars, hotels, things to do, and much more. Contact us now and learn more about the possibilities.

Enjoy this gorgeous city to the fullest and let my team and I help create the perfect dream itinerary. We know the best places to have a bite to eat, clubs and bars, hotels, things to do, and much more. Contact us now and learn more about the possibilities.

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