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Location. Inspired by the architecture of the Art Deco period, Marquis Reforma Hotel Spa is located on fashionable Paseo de la Reforma Boulevard in Mexico City, Mexico.
Hotel Features. The on site La Jolla restaurant lists among its celebrity guest chefs, Martin Yan, Thierry Blouet and Pierre Ducroux, who compose their signature dishes. Caf? Royal features an afternoon pastry buffet while Bar Caviar serves hors d'oeuvres and cocktails, presents live music, and offers a walk in humidor stocked with imported and domestic cigars. The hotel's business center provides three meeting rooms, three private offices and three computer stations with high speed Internet access, a printer and a scanner. The Marquis Reforma Hotel Spa and Fitness Center offers a variety of Holistic, Ayurvedic, Sports, Tulum, and Watsu massage techniques. Spa facials commence with herbal teas and ritual aromatic eucalyptus foot baths. The Fitness Center houses steam rooms, saunas, a spa tub and a wealth of fitness equipment. A beautiful indoor pool provides refreshing recreation. Spa and swimming pool use is for Adults only. Guests under age 18 will not be permitted.
Guestrooms. This hotel features 209 air conditioned guestrooms and suites with satellite television, stocked minibars and marble bathrooms with lighted cosmetic mirrors. High speed Internet access is available in all accommodations. Many rooms afford views of the city, Reforma Park or the Chapultepec Park castle. D?cor details include elegant bedspreads with accent throw pillows, floor to ceiling windows embellished with flowing drapery fabrics, rich mahogany furnishings and expansive glass topped desks. Five, two story Presidential Suites are located on the Penthouse Floor, and feature lofted views of the city. These suites include kitchens, separate living and dining rooms and an elegant spa bathtub etched with white Italian marble.
Expert Tip. The adjacent Chapultepec Park features two scenic lakes, a zoo, the Modern Art Museum, the National Museum of Anthropology and the Tamayo Museum. The park offers an ideal setting for jogging, bicycling or dining at either of its two restaurants.