Welcome to our weekly video review of hotel rooms and suites around the world! This week’s edition features the Master Suite, a 1-bedroom king suite overlooking Alameda Park at the Hilton Mexico City Reforma.
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The Hilton Mexico City Reforma opened in February 2003 as the Sheraton Centro Historico Hotel & Convention Center, and was renamed Hilton in December 2009. The convention center occupies a 24-story tower built on the site of the historic Hotel del Prado, built in 1948 and demolished in 1985, due to structural damage caused by the earthquake.
Comfort, space and elegance, this suite is located at the north corner of the hotel, so you can enjoy a panoramic view from the living room or the whirlpool. King-size bed, view of Premium Alameda Park, free Wi-Fi, separate living room and social area, whirlpool tub, large desk with ergonomic chair, connecting bedroom. Up to 3 people with an extra bed. Enjoy the stunning views from our Executive Lounge, located on the 26th floor, complete with complimentary breakfast, evening drinks and canapes.
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This establishment is aimed primarily at a business clientele, hence the “corporate” side of the suite which, next month, can be booked from $350/110,000 points per night. Standard rooms start at $180/38,000 points per night and upgrades are possible as they are pretty consistent on this.
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