Las Alcobas is a small luxury hotel in Mexico City most prestigious neighbourhood.
The multi-award-winning hotel Las Alcobas design hotel is located in the heart of Polanco, possibly the most upmarket and prestigious neighbourhood in multi-layered Mexico City. It’s a mix of boutique quirkiness and high tech modernity, occupyinga former residence which has been crafted into a series of private, earth-toned, intimate alcoves.
Inside, it’s all about no expense spared quality and style. The lobby has an impressive spiral staircase and water feature, while the guest rooms and suites have custom-made rosewood furniture, state-of-the-art entertainment systems and all-marble bathrooms complete withsix-jet shower and Jacuzzi tub.
There are two restaurants, including one with a Mexican cuisine-focussed menu designed by renowned chef Marta Ortiz. There’s also an attractive and comprehensive spa, offering massages, scrubs and facials.
What our clients say
Highlights: Palenque site. The beach at TulumJB, Leatherhead
It was all great - a great combination of fascinating historical sites followed by some glorious days at the beach. Normally I arrange my trips myself, I don' t go through a company; and normally I wouldn't use a guide. But the Mayan culture is so unknown to me and the ruins so fascinating that it was very illuminating to have a guide to explain things. As I said, having Davide around was more like having a local chum than a guide. Loved the Hobbitland cottages at Chichen Itsa; loved being in Merida at Christmas time; loved Campeche and the Edzna ruins; loved getting to know all about the Mayan culture; and loved the totally glorious beach (though rocky) at Playa del Carmen.LM, London
Highlight?: Calakmul, its a long journey to get there ( 2 hours from Xpujil alone ) so plenty of anticipation, not busy and complete freedom to walk around as opposed to other sites. Did actually see some monkeys in the trees too.DB, Teddington
Highlights?: Tours of Mexico City & Chichen Itza, followed by our stay at Tulum.ER, Surbiton
Highlight?: The totality of it. Seeing different parts of the country. The mixture of food. ruins and art was just about spot on.KJ, Harlow
Highlights: We went to a small nature reserve (Copalita) near to our hotel in Hualtuco that was really lovely, teaming with wildlife. Monte Alban was very impressive as well.SP,
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