The Gran Hotel flaunts the French art nouveau style of the pre-revolutionary era. Crowned by a stained-glass canopy crafted by Tiffany in 1908, the atrium is a fin de siècle fantasy of curved balconies, wrought-iron elevators and chirping birds in giant cages. Rooms do not disappoint in comparison. Weekend brunch (M$250) is served on a terrace overlooking the Zócalo.
Guests at Gran Hotel Ciudad de Mexico can dine at any of the 3 restaurants which serve authentic Mexican cuisine. The non-smoking hotel offers 12 meeting rooms and a full-service business center. Laundry services and a gym are also available.
Mexico Gran Hotel guest rooms feature bathrobes, slippers, and a minibar. Cable TV and a large work desk are also provided.
The Gran Hotel Ciudad de Mexico is within walking distance to the Metropolitan Cathedral and the Presidential Palace which has art by Diego Rivera. The beautiful gardens of Castillo de Capultepec are also just a short drive from the hotel.