Hilton Mexico City Santa Fe Opens
Friday April 4th, 2014 - 9:59AM P
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SANTA FE, MEXICO—Hilton Worldwide has opened Hilton Mexico City Santa Fe, a 260-room, new-build Hilton Hotels & Resorts property in Santa Fe, Mexico City.
Forming part of Samara—one of the five largest mixed-use complexes in Mexico—Hilton Mexico City Santa Fe is the seventh Hilton Hotels & Resorts property in Mexico and the 31st Hilton Worldwide property in the country.
Located in the Santa Fe business district, the hotel offers a lobby featuring distinct work, socializing and relaxation areas and a design inspired by natural materials and traditional Mexican elements. All 260 guestrooms, including executive floor rooms, suites and extended stay suites, are outfitted with the Hilton Serenity Collection of amenities, high-definition flat screen television, alarm clock with MP3 player connection and wireless Internet access. Guests staying in an executive room or suite can also use the hotel’s executive floor service and executive lounge, offering light snacks and beverages.
Culinary options include Madera Restaurant, which serves dishes inspired by seasonal ingredients and the rich culinary history of Mexico City; Cielo, the hotel’s rooftop bar; and the Lobby Lounge.
The hotel also has more than 8,000 sq. ft. of flexible meeting space including a ballroom designed with warm textured wood feature walls and contemporary chandeliers. The mezzanine level offers a business center including six boardrooms, while the rooftop level acts as a flexible space.
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