Accor announced the opening of Sofitel Mexico City Reforma on Paseo de la Reforma in the capital city.

The hotel features 275 guest rooms, two dining experiences and three bars, a Sofitel Spa with L'Occitane, fitness center and indoor pool as well as more than 7,000 square feet of meetings and events space.

"We are honored to celebrate the continued growth of Accor's luxury and lifestyle brands in North & Central America with the official opening of the first Sofitel in Mexico, Sofitel Mexico City Reforma,” said Heather McCrory, CEO of Accor North & Central America. “The newest Sofitel is a striking flagship for the brand, a one-of-a-kind destination in Mexico City that will undoubtedly charm the most discerning luxury travelers and chic locals."

Situated on Paseo de la Reforma, and neighboring the emblematic Angel of Independence monument, guests experience a grand arrival upon entering Sofitel Mexico City Reforma.

At the base of the hotel sits a restored house originally built in 1983; the historic structure was incorporated into the modern design of the 40-story building in order to preserve the city's architecture and history, resulting in a dramatic and striking exterior built upon both contemporary and classic architecture and design styles.

"We open our doors in one of the largest cities in the world, and one of the most emblematic destinations, ready to offer all who visit a part of our unique French and Mexican essence,” said Sylvain Chauvet, General Manager, Sofitel Mexico City Reforma. This fusion of cultures is embedded within the Sofitel DNA; ingeniously combining the essence of each destination with the French spirit of art de vivre of the brand.”

Guests are welcomed by sweeping views of the Mexico City skyline on the lobby level on the 14th floor, where they can proceed to the next floor via an impressive sculptural staircase.

The property’s guest accommodations include 219 Superior & Luxury Rooms and 56 Suites–located on the 15th through 37th floors, all with unparalleled views of Mexico City.

The hotel also features the Imperial Suite, located on the 37th floor with over 3,300 square feet of living space, including a separate living room and dining room with floor to ceiling windows throughout the entire suite.

The Club Millésime Lounge, Sofitel's private sanctuary on the 36th floor, is reserved for guests staying in Club Millésime guest rooms. Club Millésime offers personalized services including private check-in and dedicated concierge service.

The hotel’s dining options include Bajel, offering a fine dining menu with an ode to the flavors of Mexico; Balta, which blends Mediterranean and coastal Mexician flavors; and Cityzen, perched high above the city on the 38th floor of the hotel.

There is also Freehouse, the hotel's speakeasy-inspired bar and lounge located in the historic house at the entrance of the hotel, and the Lobby Bar on the 14th floor.

The property offers approximately 5,000 square feet of meetings and events space located on the 40th floor of the building with views of the city, and over 1,900 square feet of meeting rooms on the 13th floor. The hotel is equipped to host a variety of social events and business meetings for up to 400 people.

This information is based off a press release from Sofitel Mexico City Reforma.