Formerly the Hotel Nikko Mexico, the 38-story Hyatt Regency Mexico City retains its former owner's fusion of Eastern and Western influences, with its outdoor Zen garden, and Yoshimi, one of hotel's three restaurants. The lobby and adjacent lounge area are open and airy with soaring ceilings that expose the lowest guest-room floors of the hotel. The lobby is studded with paintings by noted Mexican artists and the hotel features a branch of the prestigious Alberto Misrachi art gallery. The Latin American-Asian combination sets the Hyatt Regency apart from neighboring hotels. The rooms are spacious and quiet, with cool tones and a contemporary style.