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Hotel Imperial

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Reassuringly grand and European in style, the Imperial would be an excellent choice for those seeking some familiarity on a first visit to the city. It has had a long history, including a spell as the American Embassy, and occupies a prestigious location on Paseo de la Reforma. The lobby is impressive; full of marble and chandeliers - and very efficient bell-boys. Service here is as you would expect from a business-oriented hotel, proving that you don't need to spend a fortune at one of the top chains for five-star facilities.

Rooms are generously sized, with modern style and facilities. Though they don't reflect the character of the building, they do provide a very comfortable base to explore the city. From here you can walk (just over 1km) to the Zona Rosa - that is if you don't mind chancing your life whenever you cross the road! It's a similar distance to the Alameda, but you'll probably need a cab for the Zocalo or Chapultepec park.

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