- View all PhotosCamino Real Polanco MexicoMexico City4.1 miles to city center4.0-star Hotel ClassThis Camino Real outpost prides itself on its unique design and expansive art collection. The brainchild of Mexican architect Ricardo Legorreta, the Camino Real Polanco Mexico features a gym, three pools (which guests say are always comfortably warm), eight restaurants, a lounge and two cafes. Recent guests give particular kudos to Morimoto, the Japanese-Mexican fusion restaurant, but they also suggest sampling the offerings at Café Tamayo. There you'll be able to enjoy an impressive Rufino Tamayo mural along with your continental breakfast. And though rooms are designed to mirror the hotel's overall artistic vibe – with contemporary furnishings and a minimalist aesthetic – some guests say they're too simple. Design preferences aside, rooms come appointed with work desks, minibars and wireless internet access. Past visitors also recommend requesting a room within the interior of the hotel; the single pane windows don't completely stifle the noise of Mexico City's busy streets.
- View all PhotosCamino Real Santa Fe MéxicoMexico City9.6 miles to city center
4.0-star Hotel Class
Modern and stylish are two words you'll most likely associate with the Camino Real Santa Fe México. A pillar of metal, glass and marble, this branch of the Camino Real brand stands tall in Santa Fe, one of western Mexico City's trendiest up-and-coming neighborhoods and a hub for international business. Accommodations are outfitted with contemporary design accents and amenities like flat-screen TVs, high-speed wireless internet access (for a fee), coffee makers and, in the suites, luxurious Jacuzzis. While guests agree that rooms are clean and comfortable, reviewers also say they expected more for the nightly rate. Previous visitors also lament the high menu prices at the Japanese restaurant and lounge, Bar Kyo, though they compliment the eatery's views and overall ambiance. If your wallet needs a break, venture into the neighborhood. Santa Fe hosts a variety of fashionable restaurants and nightclubs. Plus, this property participates in the Preferred Hotels & Resorts reward program, I Prefer.
- View all PhotosCamino Real GuadalajaraGuadalajara4.0-star Hotel Class
Stretching out across dozens of lush gardens from its perch in west Guadalajara, this Camino Real boasts enviable access to downtown attractions and charming outdoor spaces. Each of the Camino Real Guadalajara's guest rooms is appointed with a minibar, satellite TV and sweeping terrace overlooking the hotel's greenery and contemporary decor, though some recent visitors note the hotel could use a facelift. And to make the most out of your trip, you won't want to stay cooped up inside. The property offers tennis courts and mini-golf, though recent travelers say a main highlight of their stay was savoring refreshing cocktails while lounging at the four pools. As for dining, previous patrons give kudos to both on-site restaurants, La Huerta and Maria Bonita, for their tasty Mexican and global fare. If you're visiting for work, you'll find a business center and high-speed Wi-Fi connections, not to mention an ideal location (just more than 5 miles west of downtown Guadalajara).
- View all PhotosCamino Real Pedregal MexicoMexico City9.2 miles to city center4.0-star Hotel Class
Ideal for road warriors, the Camino Real Pedregal Mexico sits in southern Mexico City, about a 15-mile drive southwest from Mexico City International Airport. While well-situated for working guests attending business meetings during their stay, reviewers say the hotel isn't as convenient for tourists. If you've come to Mexico City for sightseeing, consider staying at the Camino Real Polanco Mexico, which is located in a more tourist-friendly neighborhood. But just because you're not in the heart of the Mexico City food scene doesn't mean you'll miss out on tasty dishes should you opt for the Pedregal locale. Recent visitors say the fare at the two on-site restaurants, a bistro and La Huerta, is delicious (albeit slightly overpriced). As far as lodging goes, guests say the rooms at the Camino Real Pedregal are spacious and clean with minibars, coffee makers and satellite TV. Though most travelers enjoyed the extra space, many express disappointment with the steep internet and bottled water fees.
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