Seize the best of Mexico City’s business and leisure offerings from the Sheraton Mexico City Maria Isabel Hotel. Located downtown, in the heart of the financial and shopping districts, our modern hotel blends the capital’s ancient grandeur and rich history with its contemporary culture.
The famed Monumento a la Independencia sculpture, also known as El Ángel, is located directly in front of the hotel on Paseo de la Reforma Avenue, while the city’s nine-square-mile historic center is just two miles away. Centered around the Zócalo, the largest plaza in Latin America, it features two zones, each focused on a particular time period. Zone A encompasses the pre-Hispanic city and its expansion from the Viceroy period until independence, while Zone B covers architecture from independence to the end of the 19th century.
Two miles from the hotel, Bosque de Chapultepec (Chapultepec park) counteracts the city's famous energy with over 686 lush hectares of flora and natural and man-made attractions, including a zoo and two museums. The National Museum of Anthropology, the largest and most visited museum in Mexico, showcases Mesoamerican heritage alongside a pond- and garden-laced courtyard and anthropological artifacts from Mexico's pre-Columbian period, such as the Aztec Stone of the Sun and Xochipilli statue. Meanwhile, the Rufino Tamayo Museum exhibits cutting-edge modern and contemporary art.
Also nearby, the Palacio de Bellas Artes, or fine arts palace, features two museums filled with classical works, whereas the Auditorio Nacional remains one of the world’s largest and most beautiful concert, art, theater, and dance venues.