Established in 2002 by Zélika Garcia, ZONAMACO is the leading art fair in Latin America with four events that take place twice a year during February and August at Centro Citibanamex, Mexico City.
Each year ZONAMACO México Arte Contemporáneo brings together the largest selection of leading and emerging international galleries.
In addition, Zélika García established ⓢZONAMACO Diseño in 2011, ZONAMACO SALÓN in 2014 and ⓢZONAMACO FOTO in 2015, with the goal of covering and strengthening the design, antique and photography sectors in Mexico.
Camino Real Polanco is a unique architectural concept, created by highly-regarded architect Ricardo Legorreta. It opened on July 25, 1968. The hotel is considered a Hotel-Museum for its beauty and art collection.
The design combines modern features with shapes clearly reminiscent of Prehispanic pyramids, the elements of which merge together to create a wonderful architectural work.
Leave behind the busy capital and step into the excluvise world of Four Seasons Hotel Mexico D.F - a meeting place for international travellers and Mexico City elite.
Set around a magnificent garden courtyard, our 240 deluxe rooms and luxury suites offer a cool update on colonial style. Connect with our vibrant local social scene in our restaurants and bars. Then find tranquillity in our sunny rooftop Wellness Area with spa, fitness and swimming. It's like a staying in a Mexican home - warm and intimate - with a team of Four Seasons experts always ready to assit.
Hyatt Regency Mexico City is an elegant downtown hotel overlooking scenic Chapultepec Park, located steps from Mexico City's premier cultural attractions and exciting shopping opportunities. Explore the charming streets of Polanco.
Lush, tree-lined avenue greet you as you prepare to step into the artistic fusion of modernity and comfort at our Polanco hotel. Prepare to experience Mexican hospotality, refined. This masterfully-designed choice in luxury Mexico City boutique hotels is a former residence which has been crafted into a series of private, earth-toned, intimate alcoves, reflecting its Spanish namesake, "Las Alcobas".