Area Attractions

Located near scenic Chapultepec Park, Hyatt Regency Mexico City features a central location for exploring the city’s landmarks. The prestigious Polanco neighborhood is a prime shopping destination and has some of the best restaurants and bars in the city.

Hyatt Regency Mexico City

Campos Eliseos No. 204 Polanco Chapultepec
Mexico City, Mexico, 11560



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Arts & Culture

Basilica of Our Lady of Guadalupe

The two basilicas (one old, one new), plus the museum, shrine, and plaza are hugely popular attractions in the northern part of Mexico City.

Food + Drink


Pujol Considered the best restaurant in Mexico by Chef Enrique Olvera. Their kitchen is always changing; it draws ideas from here and there, reinterprets and evolves, but it has roots in the ingredients and the Mexican techniques of all times.

El Bajío

Shallows For more than 30 years, Carmen Titita has been the chef and owner of El Bajío restaurant in Azcapotzalco, placing it among the best traditional Mexican restaurants. Bajío currently has 17 restaurants across Mexico City, one of them in Polanco a few meters from our hotel.

Cantina La Nº 20

The cantinas are part of Mexican tradition. The food, live music, and party atmosphere expected from Mexico are all in Cantina 20, they have 10 Cantinas around the country, one of them in Polanco a few meters away from our hotel.

Parks + Recreation

Chapultepec Park

Bosque de Chapultepec is the largest city park in Mexico City and Latin America is just steps from the doors of Hyatt Regency Mexico City, featuring scenic walking paths, fountains, monuments, restaurants, and many of the city’s museums.

Chapultepec Zoo

This zoo nestled in Chapultepec Park has a variety of local and international animals, including several giant pandas.

Floating Gardens of Xochimilco

Tour the canals and gardens of Xochimilco Ecological Park in colorful gondola-like boats called trajineras.


Antara Polanco

Antara Polanco is an upscale open-air shopping center featuring over 100 stores and six restaurants in downtown Mexico City.

Avenida Presidente Masaryk

The Avenida is known as the Fifth Avenue of Mexico City, the destination for top-notch, internationally renowned designer stores.


The Coyoacán district, named for the coyotes that once roamed here, features a historic village with narrow cobblestone streets, small plazas, and lots of quaint shops.


Arena México

Check out boxing or Mexican professional wrestling, including Lucha Libre fights, at Arena México on Tuesdays and Fridays.

Estadio Azteca

Estadio Azteca is a football stadium located in Mexico City, with a capacity for 87,000 spectators, making it the largest in Mexico, the third in America and the eleventh in the world.

Day Trips


Cuernavaca is known as “The City of Eternal Spring,” as the temperature always remains comfortable in this charming mountain town.

Iztaccíhuatl and Popocatépetl National Park

Hike, climb, and explore these two volcanic peaks on the outskirts of Mexico City; Popocatépetl is still active.

Puebla & Cholula

Puebla has a thriving arts scene, especially in ceramics and onyx, and the archaeological zone of Cholula has Mexico’s largest pyramid.

Teotihuacan Pyramids

Explore the buildings and pyramids that remain from the mysterious civilization that built them between about 200 BC and 100 AD.