Hotel Sevilla Palace

5 out of 5 stars5 Stars

Avenida Paseo de La Reforma 105, Colonia Tabacalera, Mexico City 06030, Mexico
Sevilla Palace
Enter dates for best prices
Compare best prices from top travel partners
Hotels.com Expedia.com Travelocity

82%

Satisfaction Very Good
Excellent
25%
9
Very Good
47%
17
Average
13%
5
Poor
16%
6
Terrible
0%
0

Value Score Great Value!

Costs 43% less than similarly rated 5 star hotels

Show Prices

Good For Couples
  • Families76
  • Couples80
  • Solo80
  • Business56

More about Hotel Sevilla Palace

Photos

Krishna dancers at the end of their performanceKrishna dancers at the end of their performance

Plaza de las Tres CulturasPlaza de las Tres Culturas

mariachi music on garibaldi.mariachi music on garibaldi.

View from balcony of House of Tiles.View from balcony of House of Tiles.

Forum Posts

Hotel recommendation

by FlywithHarry

Seeking a safe hotel (up to 100euros per room per night), for three women visiting Mexico City Center for 4 days.

Re: Hotel recommendation

by juliogg

Saludos. There are many hotels that fit your needs. I recomend Sevilla Palace on Reforma. Its centraly located, in you budget, close to all, doorman, hotel taxis registerd for your safety. Other area ould be Polanco. (high end, more expensive) Intercontinental and Nikko.

Re: Hotel recommendation

by ArenJo

If you would be willing to stay in a hostel, you can get a room at the Catedral Hostel from Hostelling International in the Historic part of the city. For a whole room it is $35 a night. If those are for some reason taken up, each bed is $12 a night in a shared room. I loved the hostel and it is in a great location.

internal flight deals from Mexico City

by chrisinalma

Hi THERE,

My wife & I ( with 9 year old son) are flying into Mexico City for 3 weeks in early December 03 and would like to know whether there are any internal flight packaged deals (for say 4/5 flights) in order that we can see some ancient ruins ...AND...The Copper Canyon Railway! any suggestions greatfully rec'd ...also could anyone recommend a 3/4 star hotel in Mexico City - not too big and well located for the sites.

Thanks

Chris

Re: internal flight deals from Mexico City

by MexTraveler

I'm planning to visit the copper canyon as well. Most packages I've seen are 7 days or more.
You may want to start checking at
http://www.tarahumara.com.mx

I travel to Mexico City on business, I'm familiar with the hotels around zona rosa, which will be conveniently located for the sites.
Business slow down in Mexico City in December, so you may get a good deal in hotels, mainly towards the end of the month.
My favorite is suites San Marino. This is a small hotel (every body working there knows you by name by the second day). I've stayed there from days to months. but most of the times I had to go somewhere else because is hard to get a room there.

My other favorite is the Sevilla Palace, but I think that's a 5 start. I'm not sure about the ratings, the Calinda Geneve and Emporio are older buildings but well kept and good service.

Re: Re: internal flight deals from Mexico City

by chrisinalma

Thanks Ricardo -most useful

Chris

Re: internal flight deals from Mexico City

by lucyguajardo

HOTEL CATEDRAL in Mexico City.. is just in Downtown...

i had been there twice.. and if i go to mexico city again i will stay there again.

Re: Re: internal flight deals from Mexico City

by alfredop

Mexico is different from other countries talking about internal flights, there are not much deals. Most deals are one day offers and you can find them only at Travel Agencies. So contact your local travel agent before coming and ask for connections to Chiapas, Villahermosa, Cancun for ruin visiting.

Enjoy!

Travel Tips for Mexico City

Go to the Zocalo. Try going...

by Ramonq

Go to the Zocalo. Try going there in the morning for the flag raising of Mexico's largest flag. In the evening it's also awesome. The cathedrals and palaces are all brightly lit up. Zocalo was the epicenter of ancient Aztec Mexico until the Spanish razed it down to build this spacious plaza. Driving up and down the Paseo de la Reforma. What a handsome avenue this is. It's looks more like a park than a thoroughfare. I like the monuments strategically placed at every major intersection. This is Mexico City's Champs Elysee and the traffic ain't too bad.

This is an improvement over the usual scrawling...

by morgane1692

which you'd likely see on the sidewalks and streets over here, when kids and chalk get together. None of the so-n-so loves so-n-so or the misshapen hopscotch diagrams, no the Mexico City chalk artists are a bit beyond that...they decorate the Zocalo plaza with cool Aztec heads, in all their pastel glory. To be washed away by the next rain or sooner than that, just trampled away by the thousands of feet which pass herely daily, but the momentary art was a cool diversion...;-)

Neck Pouches

by Aptypo

Neck pouches are pretty horrible to wear when it's boiling hot, and they make it very obvious you are a tourist. With women the problem is that these pouches are designed to hang on a flat chest. You can, however, wear them horizontally below your breasts and above your waist. Some travellers have found out that the ink used on airline ticket smears greatly after a couple of months in the pouch. Putting them in a small plastic bag inside the pouch keeps out the moisture.

Polyforum, diamond of steel, light and color. (1)

by Aptypo

Polyforum -
Polyforum Cultural Siqueiros
(The Siqueiros Polyforum).

The building became part of one of the most ambitious urban projects at the end of the 1960s, intended to modernize Mexico City's image and promote tourism on a large scale combining art, architectural beauty and maximum efficiency in all its services.
Since its founding 30 years ago, it has been both a meeting place and landmark for inhabitants of Mexico's capital and a magnificent example of the country's visual arts vanguard. This center of culture is unmistakable because of its architecture, the murals that cover the twelve sides of its outer walls and the fact that it contains the world's largest sculpted mural by renowned Mexican muralist David Alfaro Siqueiros.

After six years of uninterrupted work, it was inaugurated in 1971 by President Luis Echeverría Alvarez.
From the start (1965), the main goal of both the artist and his team was to achieve a total integration of architecture, sculpture and painting.
This was the time when muralism was searching for a new pictorial language, which would receive a great innovative impetus thanks to its merger with modern architecture and contemporary art. Siqueiros represents that new thinking in muralism, which departed from flat walls and imagined all surfaces as an active, dynamic space.
Untiringly experimental, the artist incorporated new materials and techniques with the conviction that the advances of science would permit more freedom of expression.
The result is a work of art which encompasses architecture, painting, sculpture and relief.

With more than 8,000 square meters of space to unleash his creative capabilities upon, with no major restrictions and accompanied by an excellent team of more than 40 people (painters, sculptors, architects, chemists, photographers, workers and artists invited from different parts of the world), Siqueiros encountered in the Polyforum the best opportunity in his life as an artist.

(contunue next block)

Great Nightlife

by jlanza29 about Polanco neighborhood at night

After doing the Zona Rosa one night you might want to check out the hip and trendy upscale neighborhood of Polanco at night. The Beverly Hills of Mexico City has it all. Booming with endless nightclubs, and trendy bars this is where the pretty and well of to do Mexico City residents come to unwind. Restraunts in the area are suitted for just about everyone needs, from small and cheap to grand and expensive. The crowds of are big on weekends and so are the thieves, so be carfeully of your surroundings, stick to the main street and you should be OK !!!!

Comments

Popular Hotels in Mexico City

Four Seasons Mexico City

Hotel Class 5 out of 5 stars 6 Reviews

Paseo de la Reforma 500, Colonia Juárez, Mexico City

Show Prices

Hotel Nikko Mexico

Hotel Class 5 out of 5 stars 4 Reviews

Campos Eliseos 204, Col. Polanco, Mexico City

Show Prices

Hotel Catedral

11 Reviews

Donceles 95, Mexico City

Sheraton Centro Historico

Hotel Class 5 out of 5 stars 3 Reviews

Avenida Juarez 70, Colonia Centro, Mexico City

Show Prices

View all Mexico City hotels

View all Mexico City hotels

Latest Mexico City hotel reviews

Sheraton Centro Historico
369 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jun 25, 2014
Hotel Nikko Mexico
359 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jul 21, 2014
Westin Galeria Plaza
201 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jun 22, 2014
Quality Inn Ciudad De Mexico Roma
45 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jul 21, 2014
Condesa Df
164 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jul 9, 2014
Marco Polo Hotel Mexico City
135 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jul 13, 2014
Hotel Jardin Amazonas
3 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jun 26, 2010
Hotel Geneve Mexico City
155 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jul 17, 2014
Four Seasons Mexico City
497 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jul 21, 2014
Camino Real Mexico City
250 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jul 17, 2014
Hotel Juarez
8 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jun 22, 2012
Hotel Milan
38 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: May 19, 2014
The Red Tree House
590 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jul 20, 2014
La Loma Suites and Luxury Apartments
2 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jan 20, 2011

 Hotel Sevilla Palace

We've found that other people looking for this hotel also know it by these names:

Sevilla Palace Mexico City
Sevilla Palace Hotel Mexico City

Address: Avenida Paseo de La Reforma 105, Colonia Tabacalera, Mexico City 06030, Mexico