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28 hotels with outdoor swimming pool in/near Mexico

Address: Paseo de la Reforma 325, Mexico City
Hotel rating from 174 guests: 8.0/10 8.0
Discover Mexico City at the Sheraton Maria Isabel Hotel & Towers. … Prices, discounts & booking
Address: Javier Barros Sierra 540, Mexico City
Hotel rating from 13 guests: 8.6/10 8.6
This Mexico City hotel is a short walk from the Expo Bancomer Convention Center. … Prices, discounts & booking
Address: Palma, 42 Centro, Mexico City
Hotel rating from 151 guests: 8.0/10 8.0
The NH Centro Historico is only steps from the Metropolitan Cathedral, in the heart of Mexico City. … Prices, discounts & booking
Address: Paseo de la Reforma, 500 Colonia Juarez, Mexico City
Hotel rating from 33 guests: 9.2/10 9.2
Near Chapultepec Park and located on Paseo de la Reforma in downtown Mexico City, this AAA Five Diamond… Prices, discounts & booking
Address: Isabel la Catolica 30, Mexico City
Hotel rating from 35 guests: 7.6/10 7.6
Located 2 blocks from the Zócalo Square, this elegant design hotel is set in a restored 17th-century… Prices, discounts & booking
Address: Liverpool 155, Zona Rosa, Mexico City
Hotel rating from 200 guests: 8.0/10 8.0
The NH Mexico City features an outdoor pool, a restaurant and air-conditioned rooms with satellite TV. … Prices, discounts & booking
Address: Andres Bello 29, Mexico City
This luxury hotel is 5 miles from central Mexico City and a 10 minute walk from Auditorio Metro Station. … Prices, discounts & booking
Address: Paseo de la Reforma Avenida 105, Mexico City
Hotel rating from 129 guests: 8.1/10 8.1
A few steps from Mexico City's popular Zona Rosa area, this centrally located hotel offers 2 different… Prices, discounts & booking
Address: Avenida Juarez, 70, Mexico City
Hotel rating from 158 guests: 8.7/10 8.7
Next to the Alameda Central park and a 5-minute walk from Reforma Avenue, the luxurious Hilton Mexico City… Prices, discounts & booking
Address: Antonio Dovali Jaime 75, Mexico City
Hotel rating from 36 guests: 8.1/10 8.1
Situated in the heart of an exclusive residential and business area of Mexico City, this hotel features a… Prices, discounts & booking
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Travel guide to Mexico, Mexico
Museo Nacional de Antropología.
Museo Nacional de Antropología opened its doors in 1968. This is one of the best museums of its type. The entrance to the museum is decorated with a giant figure of the Aztec god of rain Tlaloc. The weight of the figure is nearly 200 tons. Archaeological finds occupy 11 halls of the museum. Here visitors will get an idea how ancient civilizations that existed in the territory of modern Mexico lived. The cafeteria of the museum deserves a special attention. It often hosts live music performances, during which musicians use replicas of prehistoric musical instruments.

Palace of Fine Arts.
The construction of the Palace of Fine Arts (Palacio de Bellas Artes) was started in 1904. The palace was built on the ruins of the Monastery of Santa Isabel. According to the plan, the grand opening of the palace was to be held on the day of the 100th anniversary of Mexico's independence from Spain. However, the project, led by the Italian architect Adamo Boari, faced serious difficulties due to instability of the soil on the site. Time passed, the revolution started, and the building of the palace was finished only in 1934. At that time, the project was headed by the architect Federico Mariscal. Therefore, there’s nothing surprising that the marble facade of the building, made as a combination of the neoclassical style and Art Nouveau, contrasts with interior that is made in the art deco style. Fans of art will be definitely not disappointed by murals made by Rivera, Siqueiros, Orozco, Tamayo and Montenegro. The glass curtain by Tiffany also deserves a special attention. The curtain is made of almost a million parts. Modern Mexican landscape painter Dr. Atl used them as a canvas and drew volcanoes of Mexico on the curtain.
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