City views, fine dining, spa services and cultural hotspots are some of the golden amenities starring at the St. Regis Mexico City. The soaring, high-rise St. Regis is graced with 189 rooms providing Wi-Fi, flat-panel LCD TVs, luxury linens, bathrobes and slippers, plus marble bathrooms with LCD TVs and designer toiletries. Butler turndown and 24-hour, in-room dining services are also available. Massage, body and salon treatments match each guest's personal needs in the on-site spa. The 15th floor offers city views; an indoor pool; separate men's and women's saunas; a gym; a yoga/Pilates studio and a juice bar. Dining options include three restaurants and an upscale lounge. Guests have access to a 24-hour business center and concierge services. The hotel houses two ballrooms and offers valet parking and access to neighboring tennis courts. Situated along the Paseo de la Reforma, the St. Regis lies within a half-mile of the Independence Angel statue and both the U.S. and British embassies. Guests relish the two-mile distance from the Modern Art and Anthropology museums. Mexico City International Airport is nine miles east.}
Pros: The rooms were amazing. Just gorgeous.
Cons: The food and beverage prices. I am already paying over $--- a night to stay here. I can completely understand high food prices. But the prices at the St. Regis were absurd. $34 for a hamburger? $4 for an iced tea or water?! Just smacks of greed.
Pros: Clean, prompt service, butler, comfortable bed.
Cons: We were promised several times by the front rest they were going to move us to a higher floor. It never happened. They never communicated with us even they saw us many times during our stay.
Pros: Food and service
Cons: The rest room of the Room smels disgusting.
Pros: The staff, The architecture, the terrace, Diana restaurant, the room
Cons: The lighting in bathroom was insufficient. It would have be great to have free internet in the room.
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