Hotel Park Nilo

Perfect Activities for your Vacation in Mexico City

Visit the Historic Center

World Heritage Site Stroll as you please from the Alameda to the Zócalo.

The Zócalo or Plaza de la Constitución is located in the heart of the Historic Center, in the first square of the city. This plaza was the center of Tenochtitlán before the arrival of the conquerors, and it remained a political and religious center centuries later.

Today it continues to be the nerve center for thousands of people and a place for events. The Zócalo is surrounded by the Metropolitan Cathedral of Mexico City, the National Palace, the Old City Hall Palace and the Government Building. In the center, the huge flag highlights the national sentiment. The Independence of Mexico is commemorated here every September 15.

Events and exhibitions are frequently organized, some special for children, because in Mexico City children have a very special place.

Climb the Latino Tower

Because it is the skyscraper with the best panoramic view of the city.

It is the most popular viewpoint in Mexico City and as such represents the most touristic building in the center. It is a construction of 188 meters across 44 floors, which was also the tallest building in the city from its construction in 1956 to 1972.

It is not the tallest skyscraper in Mexico City, but it is one of the most prestigious for being the first in the world to be built in a seismic zone and for being an icon of the city due to its history.

National Museum of Anthropology

A world reference for the richness, quality and museography of the collections it exhibits.

The building itself has won awards. The enormous suspended cover, the umbrella, stands out as the central focus of attention in the large patio, designed in the style of the open forums of the Mayan ceremonial centers. The entire decoration of the façade is allegorical, with references to pre-Hispanic symbols, such as the snake or the snail.

Chapultepec Forest

The oldest urban park in America.

Cerro del Chapulín or Chapultepec has a centuries-old heritage of multicultural culture and diversity. Its name is due to the fact that it was a place where water was born. In Pre-Hispanic times it was a site occupied by Teotihuacans, Toltecs and Mexica; There Moctezuma, one of the tlatoani of the Mexicas, commissioned Nezahualcóyotl, lord of Tetzuco and prominent architect, to build an aqueduct to bring water to Tenochtitlán, build baths with a ritual function, a botanical garden and a zoo.

Following the vocation of the place, in 1530, under Spanish mandate, Chapultepec was decreed to be a place of recreation. In 1785 the construction of the Viceregal Palace (Chapultepec Castle) began where Maximiliano and Carlota, Porfirio Díaz, Francisco I. Madero, Venustiano Carranza and other presidents lived. The place has been a defense, a sacred site, an observatory, a repository of history and a place of recreation.

Go to Wrestling

You are in the capital of wrestling and you must experience this very Mexican spectacle in the front row.

Wrestling is one of the most popular entertainment sports in the city. The Mexico Arena has been the venue for important fights waged by heroes such as Perro Aguayo, Conan or the Son of El Santo.

The first record of this sport in the country was in 1843 thanks to the initiative of a group of businessmen who rented a space to hold exhibitions. Wrestling combines Greco-Roman wrestling techniques, judo and other martial arts.

A Ride on a Trajinera

On Sundays be sure to go to Xochimilco to take a ride on one of the colorful trajineras.

This town with a lake spirit located south of Mexico City, is famous for its chinampas and trajinera rides along its canals, which evoke ancient times when Greater Tenochtitlán was a city that rose between its waters. Xochimilco is perhaps the last living link of the Aztec civilization, a meeting where past and present converge to demonstrate that history can continue to be written, without tearing down what is legitimate and integrating the new.

About us

Hotel Park Nilo

Hotel Park Nilo is located in Mexico City and has a restaurant, outdoor swimming pool, a fitness center and bar. The property offers family rooms. It also features a terrace, 24-hour reception, airport shuttle, room service and free WiFi. All rooms have air conditioning, SMART TV with streaming services included such as Netflix and Amazon Prime, oven, coffee maker, desk and wardrobe. They also include a private bathroom with a shower and a hairdryer. Hotel Park Nilo Reforma offers 4-star accommodation and is equipped with a sauna; It is also pet-friendly (pets weighing less than 10 kg). At the foot of the building are 2 of the most popular restaurants in the area: Salón Ríos and Pollos Don Vergas. The property is 1.2 km from the Angel of Independence and 1.3 km from the United States Embassy. Likewise, the Hotel Park Nilo Reforma is located 15 km from Benito Juárez International Airport.