TORONTO — The Ritz-Carlton Mexico City has opened its doors. Designed by Chapi Chapo Design, an internationally recognized Canadian design firm, the hotel reflects the city’s history and pays tribute to the surrealist art movement.

The 58-storey hotel features 153 guestrooms and suites and brings Mexican culture to life. Design elements throughout the hotel offer respect to Tezcatlipoca (Aztec God of Night and Smoking Mirrors) and Mexico’s Día de los Muertos (Day of the Dead). Reflective metals, mirrors and glass displayed in common areas and guestrooms spark curiosity and distort surrounding traditional Colonial architecture.

The hotel’s amenities include The Ritz-Carlton Club Lounge, Ritz-Carlton Spa, Samos, the Mediterranean-inspired restaurant and 4,300 sq. ft. of event and meeting space.

“The Ritz-Carlton Mexico City will act as a literal and figurative gateway along the Paseo de Reforma, welcoming and encouraging guests to learn about the colourful history, dynamic present and bright future of Mexico City,” says Luis Lopez, general manager at The Ritz-Carlton Mexico City.


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