February 22, 2024
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JW Marriott Mexico City Polanco completes its redesign of public areas and meeting rooms

This iconic Polanco hotel is undergoing a significant transformation that redefines contemporary luxury and hospitality

JW Marriott Mexico City Polanco announces the completion of the remodeling of its public areas and meeting rooms, marking a significant transformation that redefines contemporary luxury and hospitality. Inspired by the physical, historical and social elements of Polanco, this iconic hotel has evolved to offer unique experiences to all guests and visitors. Originally opened in 1996 as the first JW Marriott property outside the United States, the JW Marriott Mexico City Polanco hotel has undergone a renovation that goes beyond the tangible.

The foundation of this evolution is a commitment to being fully present, fostering meaningful connections and enriching the lives of guests and visitors. The hotel’s new offering provides incomparable experiences for travelers from all over the world, families, pet lovers and, of course, the local community.

The hotel’s new lobby, conceived as a passage between Champs-Élysées and Andrés Bello, merges two iconic streets to connect people with local history and daily life. Reflecting the ancient course of the Polanco River, the incorporation of reflecting pools and a nature-inspired color palette conveys a sense of serenity. Taking references from the Hacienda de los Morales, famous for its mulberry garden and silkworm breeding, the redesign incorporates natural elements and soft textures, creating a warm and welcoming atmosphere. The urban garden that surrounds Polanco is reflected in the hotel’s landscaping, inviting guests to experience peace and connection with themselves and nature.

Recently, the word “Polanco” was added to the property’s official name to enhance its surroundings and the vibrant tourist offerings in the area. This hotel has a strategic location and offers stunning views of the Bosque de Chapultepec, Reforma, Campo Marte and proximity to the main attractions of the capital, including the Soumaya Museum, the Museum of Anthropology and History, the National Auditorium and Avenida Presidente Masaryk .

Polanco Trail A Culinary Journey of Infinite Flavors

Sendero Polanco is a culinary space that allows guests to explore the flavors of Mexico and Latin America through visually impressive dishes full of passion. Each bite is a delight full of soul, with the gastronomic proposal focused on a spectacular palate experience, inspired by the sensations evoked by home cooking with a sophisticated touch. The setting of Sendero Polanco pays tribute to the ancient rivers and meadows of the area, reflected in the mural by Carlos Segovia entitled “The Wise Man of the Earth”, symbolizing a connection with the land and harmony with the environment. The interior design is complemented by meticulously crafted Mexican artisan pieces, showing a commitment to preserving local traditions.

The menu offers a wide variety of dishes that capture the exquisite flavors of the region, presented with visual elegance. From the exquisite Pumpkin Flower Cream to the comforting Colombian Sancocho, the irresistible Arepa Reina de Polanco to the sophisticated Tequila Beef Tartar, each dish is harmoniously complemented with a carefully crafted selection of national and international wines, high-quality distillates and top-notch cocktails.

Station 29 A ticket to cocktail time…

Inspired by the 1889 Decauville Railway on Horacio Street in Mexico City, Estación 29 was born as a bar with a distinctive personality, paying tribute to the city’s rich history and human connection. It serves as an ideal meeting point to savor high-end wines and exclusive cocktails. The drink menu evokes the magic and nostalgia of the original station, maintaining the tradition of being a place where stories intertwine and new adventures begin.

Tahona, Mezcal Room Discover the soul of Mexico in every drop of mezcal

Tahona is a mezcalería that invites visitors to enjoy a meticulous selection of artisanal and ancestral mezcals from various regions of Mexico (Oaxaca, Durango, Guerrero, Michoacán, Guanajuato, etc.). The selection offers unique flavors and characteristics that reflect the diversity of each maguey plant. Designed for exclusive, personalized experiences for up to eight people, Tahona is a site dedicated to immersing people in the culture of mezcal. Guided tastings seek to foster personal connection and provide deeper knowledge about this spirit.

Banquet Halls

JW Marriott Mexico City Polanco has evolved with the addition of new banquet halls, providing luxury service for all types of celebrations and meeting events.

Each room, with distinctive names such as Chapultepec, Campos Elíseos, Los Morales, Polanco and Reforma, along with meeting suites 503 and 504, are transformed to offer exceptional experiences for celebrations, corporate events and meeting tourism. Experienced event planners guarantee the success of every occasion. Among them, the Chapultepec and Campos Elíseos rooms stand out, each with unique terraces that distinguish them from other hotels in the area. Ideal for events that integrate outdoor settings, these spaces allow guests to enjoy stunning views of Mexico City, including Paseo de la Reforma, Campo Marte and Champs Elysées.

Additionally, each room offers a wide variety of dining options, inspired by the flavors and aromas of the Mediterranean, while maintaining a focus on Mexican cuisine. The diverse menu aims to create intimate moments to share with family, friends and colleagues, all with a sophisticated, sustainable and contemporary touch. Additionally, the banquet menu includes vegetarian and vegan options made with organic ingredients. A special addition is the “Walking around Polanco” station, inspired by the hotel’s surroundings, enhancing the overall experience for all guests. 

Source: JW Marriott MX

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