We are excited to share that Sofitel Mexico City Reforma is reopening its doors as of July 1st, 2020!
We’ve missed you all and are thrilled to welcome our friends, family and community back into the hotel.
As always, caring for you is our top priority. To learn more about the extensive measures we are taking to safeguard, protect and care for our valued guests and employees, visit ALLSafeandWell.com.
Located in the heart of Mexico City’s historic Reforma avenue, experience chic French style while submerging yourself in the vibrant and lively Mexican culture.
Mexico City, Mexico — Mexico has signed an agreement with the FAA of the Department of Transportation of the United States to recover their air safety level.
The Government of Mexico, through the Ministry of Communications and Transportation (SCRT), signed an agreement July 23 with the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) of the United States to restore the air safety level after the recent degradation of Mexican aviation to Category Two.
Through a statement, the SCT indicated that the United States “will provide technical assistance in matters of civil aviation.” The agency detailed that FAA experts will make visits to Mexico starting August, through which they will provide the necessary technical assistance.
The Riviera Nayarit was nominated in six categories in the 2021 Travvy Awards, now in their 7th year. These awards recognize the highest standards in the travel industry and are given to the best destinations, airlines, cruise lines, hotels, tour operators and travel agencies that provide extraordinary travel experiences.
Their reputation is such that they are considered the industry's "Academy Awards," which is why receiving the statue and being present at the annual ceremony organized by TravelPulse is regarded as one of the highest honors.
When most people from the United States think of Mexican destinations, they often think Cancun, Playa del Carmen and other beach destinations. But there’s another, more authentic side to Mexico that most don’t see.
Guanajuato is a Mexican state located in central Mexico. It’s home to UNESCO World Heritage sites and specially designated “Pueblos Magicos,” or Magic Towns, for their connection to history, culture and beauty. Travelers can explore the state’s important monuments to Mexican history, from pre-Columbian ruins to its revolutionary past, taste diverse regional dishes, explore the area’s important museums and celebrate like a local with its festivals found only in this part of the country.
There are many great activities for those spending just a day in PV. Catch a bus or take a taxi to the beautiful Malecón, the boardwalk that runs parallel to Banderas Bay. Then take your time strolling past the unusual statues and intricate sand sculptures found there, stopping for pictures or looking inside one of the art galleries along the way. You'll probably end your walk at Los Arcos or the Church of Our Lady of Guadalupe – two of the most iconic images of the city. If you have more than a day to spare, plan on spending one or two hours at the Botanical Gardens of Vallarta or in the northern seaside town of Bucerías. Signing up for one of the best Puerto Vallarta tours is another great way to explore PV with the help of a local.
At the southern tip of the Baja California Peninsula in Mexico, the red desert collides with the confluence of the cobalt blue waters of the Sea of Cortez and the Pacific Ocean. This is where Los Cabos is located. Peak season is November to February and in calving season (January to March) you may see gray whales spouting close to shore. Main attractions are miles of beaches, Land's End rock formations at one end of the bay and Cabo Pulmo Marine Park, an underwater nature preserve boasting 200 species of tropical fish, the only living coral reefs in the Sea of Cortez and a sea lion colony. Marlin fishing, diving and snorkeling are top activities, as the waters are very warm.