Our Area Guide to Mexico City Attractions
Find Excitement Around Every Corner
Las Alcobas, located on Masaryk Ave in the Polanco district, is within access of some of the best Mexico City attractions. Using our Mexico City guide below, discover unforgettable shopping, galleries, dining, cultural heritage and more when you stay with us, for one of the most distinctive experiences in the city.
Distinct Attractions in Mexico City (Distance from Hotel in KM):
La Zona de Polanco (“Polanquito") — 0 Km
The elegant heart of Mexico City may make you forget there is a bustling city beyond the boundaries of Paseo de la Reforma, Boulevard Manuel Avila Camacho, Avenida Ejercito Nacional and Avenida Mariano Escobedo.
Masaryk Shopping Area — 0 Km
With Gucci, Ermenegildo Zegna and Marc Jacobs to meet your luxury desires and the cutting-edge work of Mexican artisans at Tane and Pineda Colavin to satisfy your tastes for handcrafted finery, every trip outside our doors will bring you to exquisite shops.
Auditorio Nacional — 1 Km
From classic operas to the hottest names in rock, Auditorio Nacional hosts world-class shows for Mexico City's most ardent lovers of music and entertainment.
Chapultepec Park — 3 Km
A verdant oasis bedecked with lakes, paths, hills and a host of museums and institutions, the sprawling Chapultepec Park will provide the retreat to nature you seek after a day in the commotion of the city. When looking for cultural things to do in Mexico City, don't miss out on this vibrant attraction.
Los Pinos — 4 Km
The residence and office of the President of Mexico since 1934, this icon located in Chapultepec has been the home of thirteen Presidential families.
Museum of Modern Art — 5 Km
A deserving home for giants of Mexican art, spanning the 1930s, 1940s, 1950s and beyond. Spend the day amongst astounding works by Remedios Varo, Frida Kahlo, Olga Costa, Diego Rivera, José Clemente Orozco, and many others.
Museo Rufino Tamayo — 5 Km
Innovative, fresh contemporary arts programming in a formidable space: Rufino Tamayo brings the best of the art world to its halls.
Museum of Anthropology — 5 Km
Aztec, Maya, Toltec and Olmec histories all intertwine in this magnificent museum, in front of which indigenous Totonac performers dazzle viewers with the famous voladores rite – ‘flying’ from a 20m-high pole – every 30 minutes.
Bellas Artes Palace — 10 Km
The unforgettable sight of the Palacio’s exterior can only be surpassed by the theater’s glass curtain, designed by Mexican icon Dr. Atl and built by Tiffany of New York, depicting the Valley of Mexico and the volcanoes Popocatepetl and Iztacchihuatl.
Basilica of the Virgin of Guadalupe — 18 Km
The most visited holy site in Catholicism, Our Lady of Guadelupe resides in a 1970s-era cathedral and draws millions of pilgrims. Your time there will give you a glimpse into the immense faith, inspired by the Virgin Mary that binds all of Mexico.
Teotihuacan Pyramids — 70 Km
One of ancient Mexico’s most recognizable site still stands strong after hundreds of years. The power of the continent's Pre-Hispanic history is evident as you walk the Avenue of the Dead, taking in the Pyramids of the Sun, the Moon and Quetzalcoatl, the Palaces of Quetzalmariposa and the other wonders of the Teotihuacan complex.