With a privileged location just 25-minutes from Benito Juarez International Airport, Hotel El Ejecutivo is the ideal home base for exploring the best tourist attractions in the Reforma, for both holiday and business travelers.
Stroll through Chapultepec Park, the Palacio de Bellas Artes (one of the greatest architectural works in the city) or enjoy the exciting nightlife in the Zona Rosa. Our team will be happy to help organize tours to make the most of your stay at our hotel in the Reforma. Here are some of the main attractions in Mexico City located near Hotel El Ejecutivo:
Alameda Central is the oldest public park in Mexico City, dating back to 1592. It features lovely walking paths, gardens, statues and five classical French fountains inspired by Greco-Roman mythology. Alameda Central is located within a 10-minute drive from Hotel El Ejecutivo.
The first stone of this monument to the Heroes of Independence, by architect Antonio Rivas Mercado, was laid on January 2nd, 1902 by General Porfirio Diaz. Only a 5-minute walk from the Hotel El Ejecutivo, this patriotic monument is a cultural icon in Mexico City and place where national celebrations are held.
The Basilica of Guadalupe is the most important religious building in Mexico City which is iconic in its architecture and place of importance within the Catholic religion. The Basilica is a 20-minute drive from Hotel El Ejecutivo.
Hours: Monday to Friday from 9:30am to 5:00pm, Saturday and Sunday from 11:00am to 3:00pm.
Benjamin Franklin Library is the Official Information Center of the Embassy of the United States in Mexico and it provides the Mexican government, academics, researchers, businessmen and others with information about the United States.
Chapultepec is one of the largest urban parks in the Western Hemisphere and home to attractions like the Modern Art Museum, Chapultepec Castle, the National Museum of Anthropology, an amusement park, a children’s museum and the Chapultepec Zoo, among many others. Chapultepec is a 10-minute drive from Hotel El Ejecutivo.
Hours: Section 1 of the park is open from Tuesday to Sunday from 5:00am to 8:00pm. Other sections of the park are open daily.
Coyoacán is one of the oldest neighborhoods in Mexico City with cobblestone streets and charming plazas dating back to Colonial times. Designated a “Barrio Mágico” (Magic Neighborhood) in 2011, Coyoacán is known for its numerous bohemian bars, restaurants and cafes.
The Museo de Arte Popular opened in 2006 and is dedicated to the promotion and preservation of Mexican folk arts and handicrafts. The museum is located 5-minutes by car from Hotel El Ejecutivo.
Hours: Tuesday to Sunday from 10:00am to 6:00pm and Wednesday from 10:00am to 9:00pm.
Only 15-minute drive from Hotel El Ejecutivo is the Historic Center of Mexico City, covering 668 blocks with architecture that summarizes pre-Hispanic, colonial and modern history. It is one of the most important and visited attractions in Latin America.
A former palace that was considered one of the most luxurious in New Spain, the Mexico City Museum offers 26 rooms exhibiting artifacts and artwork from Aztec times to the present.
Hours: Tuesday to Sunday from 10:00am to 6:00pm.
Noted for its remarkable design by architects Pedro Ramírez Vázquez, Jorge Campuzano and Rafael Mijares in 1964, the National Museum of Anthropology houses a wide exhibition of artifacts from Mexico’s Pre-Columbian heritage. The museum is located in Chapultepec, a 10-minute drive from Hotel El Ejecutivo.
Hours: Tuesday to Sunday from 9:00am to 7:00pm.
The Museo Nacional de Arte houses over 300,000 pieces of Mexican art including paintings, sculpture, prints, photography, feather art, manuscripts and furniture from the sixteenth to the mid-twentieth century.
Hours: Tuesday to Sunday from 10:00am to 5:30pm.
Built in 1904 and one of the most prominent cultural centers in Mexico, the Palacio de Bellas Artes features spectacular Art Deco and Art Nouveau architecture and is noted for exhibitions, theatrical performances and murals by Diego Rivera, Siqueiros and other famed artists.
Hours: Tuesday to Sunday from 9:00am to 4:30pm.
With an impressive facade that resembles a medieval castle, Ripley’s Museum houses strange and peculiar objects that Robert L. Ripley collected throughout his life including a replica of the Mona Lisa by Leonardo Da Vinci made from toasted bread, a replica of a shrunken head, a painting made from spider webs, a Gothic cathedral of sugar cubes and many other curiosities.
Hours: Monday to Sunday from 11:00am to 7:00pm.
The Mexico City Wax Museum features carved wax figures from the political, cultural, artistic, historic and sporting world, both from Mexico and around the world. Just an 8-minute walk from Hotel El Ejecutivo, the building is considered as one of the most beautiful in Mexico.
Hours: Monday to Sunday from 11:00am to 7:00pm.
Xochimilco is a section of the city best known for its canals which can be explored by gondola-style boats called trajineras. Visitors here will be treated to rich pre-Hispanic and colonial traditions and history and numerous festivals throughout the year, including a large Day of the Dead celebration.
Located just a 5-minute walk from Hotel El Ejecutivo, Zona Rosa is one of the oldest neighborhoods in Mexico City. Here visitors find boutiques, hotels, bars, restaurants, art galleries, libraries and eclectic architecture.