Luxury hospitality brand The Ritz-Carlton Hotel has arrived in the Polanco district, marking its debut in the Mexico City.
Rising 58 stories, the hotel is located in a building conceived by architectural design firm Taller G. The interiors are designed by Chapi Chapo Design.
It is situated along the Paseo de Reforma and offers views of Chapultepec Park.
The Ritz-Carlton, Mexico City features 153 guest rooms and suites, as well as The Ritz-Carlton Club Lounge featuring exclusive Club Concierge.
It also has a heated indoor swimming pool, fully equipped fitness centre and the signature Ritz-Carlton Spa with six luxurious treatment rooms.
Dining venues include a Mediterranean inspired restaurant, Samos, which is located on the 38th floor and serves curated dishes created by Chef Jonathan Felix.
Additionally, the hotel offers more than 4,300ft2 of meeting space that can be used to host meetings or for celebratory occasions.
The Ritz-Carlton vice-president and global brand leader Donna McNamara said: “We are thrilled to bring The Ritz-Carlton brand to Mexico City, exemplifying our commitment to delivering unparalleled experiences and creating meaningful memories in the world’s most exciting markets.
“Whether enjoying a hotel tour with a local historian to be immersed into the Mexican rituals and celebrations that inspired the hotel design or allowing our Ladies and Gentlemen to curate a day of exploration in the city, we are excited to provide both guests and locals with a unique lens on this incredible destination.”
The Ritz-Carlton Hotel, a wholly owned subsidiary of Marriott International, opened a new property on Grace Bay in Providenciales, Turks and Caicos Islands in the Atlantic Ocean in June this year.
Currently, the brand operates more than 100 hotels in 32 countries and territories.