JW Marriott Hotel Mexico City Unveils Renovations
Tuesday April 8th, 2014 - 9:20AM GBAK
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MEXICO CITY—The JW Marriott Hotel Mexico City has completed a nearly yearlong renovation and is set to introduce its refreshed guestrooms, lobby, Xanat Bistro & Terrace, health club and executive lounge.
The JW Marriott Mexico City rises 26 stories above the Polanco District with 283 rooms and 29 suites. The hotel is located in the business and entertainment sector at Andres Bello 29, Mexico City, Distrito Federal, Mexico.
The Mexico City hotel's guestrooms, which have marble bathrooms and floor-to-ceiling windows, received fresh paint and new carpet and draperies. The room's modern technologies include high-speed wireless Internet access and 37-in. LCD flat-screen TVs. Minibars, chairs with ottomans, lighted makeup mirrors and 24-hour room service are among the other amenities.
The newly renovated lobby at the Mexico City hotel is designed to make visitors feel welcome. Guests can unwind in private comfort zones and receive individualized attention at check-in and check-out thanks to semi-private pedestals. The new dining addition to the renovated hotel is Xanat Bistro & Terrace. The gastronomic restaurant utilizes national ingredients with a modern interpretation.
Tags: JW Marriott • Hospitality • Amenities • Brands • Construction/Renovation • F+B •
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