JW Marriott Hotel Mexico City

Classic elegance in Mexico City

JW Marriott Hotel Mexico City couldn’t ask for a better location, with one of its entrances leading to the upscale Polanco neighborhood and the other facing the iconic Reforma Avenue and the stately National Auditorium.

Whether you seek a stay in the heart of the action or want a relaxing getaway lounging by the outdoor pool, JW Marriott Hotel Mexico City will meet all your bleisure needs. Spend the day exploring nearby sights like the Chapultepec Castle and the Museum of Anthropology, and recharge at your home-away-from-home by reading a book in the Serenity Space next to the herb garden before getting a massage. Head to Xanat for a Mexican culinary experience sourced from the freshest of ingredients — some of them grown in the hotel’s herb garden (upcoming renovations will transform the culinary scene at the JW Marriott Hotel Mexico City — stay tuned) or sip a cocktail in the Lobby Bar.

Opened in 1996, the Mexico City property was the first JW hotel outside of the United States. It recently renovated all 314 guest rooms, adding a touch of modernity to its classic luxe imbued with colors inspired by nature.

Our Inspector's Highlights

  • The hotel’s location cannot be understated. With Campos Elíseos — one of the neighborhood’s prettiest streets — on the JW Marriott’s doorstep, you can wander down to Lincoln Park and the myriad restaurants on the cherished Polanquito side of the neighborhood on foot.
  • With 26 floors and an uninterrupted view of the National Auditorium, you couldn’t ask to wake up to a better vista.
  • There aren’t many hotels with outdoor pools in Mexico City and this one has a view. Take advantage of the heated pool and the tunnel specially built to exit on the inside of the building to avoid the breeze.
  • All 314 guest rooms (including the 45 suites) have been renovated recently. You’ll feel like you’re staying at a brand-new hotel.
  • Massages, facials and other beauty treatments are available in the two spa cabins on the seventh floor — make sure you book in advance.

Things to Know

  • The hotel is undergoing a full facelift that’s carefully designed not to interfere with guest enjoyment. Phase one is complete: all guest rooms have been fully renovated. The next phase will debut in fall 2023 with renovated public spaces, including the reception area, bar, events and meeting rooms and four new restaurants.
  • For a refreshing drink, order a Red Dragon at the Lobby Bar. After all, can you really say you’ve been to Mexico City if you haven’t had a mezcal cocktail?
  • The Mexico City hotel is pet-friendly, and it not only accepts dogs — cats are welcome, too.

The Rooms

  • JW Marriott Hotel Mexico City’s accommodations are elegant and luxurious, with a color scheme of light grays and warm caramels reminiscent of nature. Plush pillow accents on a comfortable couch in the sitting area, a rug under the bed, and touches of wood and leather will make you feel like you’re staying in an apartment.
  • Floor-to-ceiling windows allow you to enjoy uninterrupted views of some of Mexico City’s most iconic sites.
  • All rooms are equipped with large flat-screen TVs, Nespresso coffee machines, safety deposit boxes and an entertainment system that lets you to watch Netflix.
  • White marble bathrooms offer showers and Aromatherapy Associates toiletries.

24-hour room service
Meeting rooms
Outdoor pool
Pet friendly
Getting There
Andres Bello 29, Polanco, Mexico City 11560 Mexico
MEX (18-30 min)   NLU (45 min-1 h 5 min)   TLC (45 min-1 h 5 min)  
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