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The St. Regis - Mexico City, Mexico

The St. Regis Mexico City Our host hotel and location for most of the Summit sessions, this statuesque, building, overlooking the Paseo de la Reforma, is situated in the heart of one of the city’s most vibrant areas.

Cultural & Artisanal Mexico, San Miguel de Allende When one dreams of Mexico—of cobblestone streets, warm sunsets and brilliant colors—one dreams of San Miguel de Allende, the city of artists, antiques and baroque architecture. Join us for a four-day experience that encompasses history, nature, hiking, farm-to-table dining and cooking, temazcal, spa and more.

Cultural & Artisanal Mexico, San Miguel de Allende When one dreams of Mexico—of cobblestone streets, warm sunsets and brilliant colors—one dreams of San Miguel de Allende, the city of artists, antiques and baroque architecture. Join us for a four-day experience that encompasses history, nature, hiking, farm-to-table dining and cooking, temazcal, spa and more.

The St. Regis Mexico City #city #df #mexico #starwood

These Hotels Weren't Just Designed by Architects, They Were Designed by Starchitects - St Regis Mexico City Mexico City, Mexico

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Mexico City, Mexico - favorite museum in DF, El Estanquilo, México

The studio and houses of Diego Rivera and Frida Kahlo designed by Juan O'Gorman in San Angel Inn, Mexico City.

The studio and houses of Diego Rivera and Frida Kahlo designed by Juan O'Gorman in San Angel Inn, Mexico City.

The 11 course journey through culinary heaven at La Table Krug in The St. Regis Mexico City is a must for any foodie. #hotelwhisperer

The 11 course journey through culinary heaven at La Table Krug in The St. Regis Mexico City is a must for any foodie.

The Museo Frida Kahlo, also known as the Blue House or Casa Azul, in Coyoacan, Mexico City. Mexican artist Frida Kahlo was born this house and lived in it with her husband Diego Rivera from 1929 until 1954.

The Museo Frida Kahlo, also known as the Blue House or 'Casa Azul'. Mexican artist Frida Kahlo was born in this house and lived in it with her husband Diego Rivera from 1929 until Coyoacan, Mexico City, MEXICO.

we love mexico city.  pictured here the changing of the guard.  while not quite as elaborate as a buckingham palace - it's stately and appropriate in front of the beautiful palace in mexico city

we love mexico city. pictured here the changing of the guard. while not quite as elaborate as a buckingham palace - it's stately and appropriate in front of the beautiful palace in mexico city

Take a day trip to Teotihuacan to see the ancient pyramids, wander around Frida Kahlo’s house and admire her art collection, and hire a boat to tour the Xochimilco Canals—apparently you can take beers out with you, and for lunch, little rafts float nearby, preparing homemade tacos.

T+L Editors Share the Trips on Their Bucket List

Take a day trip to Teotihuacan to see the ancient pyramids, wander around Frida Kahlo’s house and admire her art collection, and hire a boat to tour the Xochimilco Canals—apparently you can take beers out with you, and for lunch, little rafts float nearby

Global Wellness Summit Mexico City 2015 | www.travelspalifestyle.com

Global Wellness Summit Mexico City 2015 | www.travelspalifestyle.com

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