Location is critical in a megalopolis like Mexico City. This hotel sits at the entrance to the city's largest park, Chapultepec, home to the Castillo de Chapultepec where Emperor Maximilian and his wife, Carlota, lived during their brief reign in the 1860s. It is also an easy stroll along the Paseo de la Reforma, to the anthropology, Tamayo and modern art museums. The hotel's Deco Bar and lounge are ideal for a quick drink before going out on the town. Or, take in dinner at the on-site Salammbo restaurant. Sunday brunch often comes with live entertainment. Most of the hotel's rooms overlook Chapultepec Park and even the Castillo, a very special perk. Business travelers can take advantage of the hotel’s three executive Grand Club floors that provide private check-in, use of an executive lounge, and a European breakfast. As for the rooms, the focus of this tower hotel are the views, and the rest of the furnishings are dignified and well-kept if unmemorable.