JW Marriott Hotel Mexico City Polanco

Modern luxury in Mexico City

JW Marriott Hotel Mexico City Polanco 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.

A 2023 renovation of the public areas and meeting spaces also brought new culinary experiences, including SENDERO Polanco, a Mexican and Latin American restaurant that showcases traditional dishes of the region; ESTACION 29, a sleek cocktail and wine bar inspired by Mexico City's first railway that crossed the Polanco area; and TAHONA Mezcal Room, which puts its namesake spirit in the spotlight. In 2024, the hotel will unveil more restaurants, including ARCHIEBALD Steak Home and CORSI Pasta & Seafood Centric.

Opened in 1996, the Mexico City property was the first JW hotel outside of the United States. Today, the newly renovated property brings a touch of modernity to its classic luxury.

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.

The Rooms
  • JW Marriott Hotel Mexico City Polanco’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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