Luxury Mexico City Hotel ONLY $150/night for 2 Guests – SAVE OVER 50%!

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  • Live Aqua MĂ©xico City Hotel & Spa Mexico City, Mexico - Luxury Mexico City Hotel ONLY $150/night for 2 Guests – SAVE OVER 50%!
  • Live Aqua MĂ©xico City Hotel & Spa Mexico City, Mexico - Luxury Mexico City Hotel ONLY $150/night for 2 Guests – SAVE OVER 50%!
  • Live Aqua MĂ©xico City Hotel & Spa Mexico City, Mexico - Luxury Mexico City Hotel ONLY $150/night for 2 Guests – SAVE OVER 50%!
  • Live Aqua MĂ©xico City Hotel & Spa Mexico City, Mexico - Luxury Mexico City Hotel ONLY $150/night for 2 Guests – SAVE OVER 50%!
  • Live Aqua MĂ©xico City Hotel & Spa Mexico City, Mexico - Luxury Mexico City Hotel ONLY $150/night for 2 Guests – SAVE OVER 50%!
 
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Mexico City offers a wealth of history, culture, beauty, amazing cuisine and fabulous nightlife which delights all visitors who come to visit. TripAlertz has partnered with Kiwi Collection to bring you Live Aqua Mexico City Hotel & Spa, a strikingly modern hotel with a really cool vibe, located near the city’s business, shopping, and dining district. And while the hotel is pure luxury, the price sure is not – TripAlertz vouchers are only $150 per night for 2 guests (2-night minimum stay required for weekends). Travel is valid through February 28, 2014. Purchase your voucher NOW and make your booking!

WHAT’S INCLUDED IN YOUR TRIPALERTZ DEAL

Luxury downtown Mexico City Hotel only $150 per night for 2 guests!
(Please note: a 2-night minimum stay is required for weekend stays)

  • Accommodations in a Deluxe Room for 2 guests
  • Hotel taxes

ABOUT LIVE AQUA MEXICO CITY HOTEL & SPA

Live Aqua Mexico City offers a world of sophisticated urban luxury and is located in the exclusive Bosques de las Lomas district, close to the Santa Fe business and shopping area along with many fine restaurants. A great alternative to a “typical” luxury business hotel, Live Aqua is decorated in a crisp and modern style, and boasts a host of facilities and amenities designed for their guests’ convenience and comfort. All rooms feature a striking city view and a good array of modern appointments including ambient lighting, WiFi Internet access, LCD TVs, and an aromatherapy menu. There’s an on-site restaurant and bar/lounge with a menu offering a wonderful selection of modern Mexican cuisine. Convenient for business travelers, the hotel features a business center and a selection of conference rooms. A round-trip airport shuttle is available for an additional charge. Live Aqua is located on the famous Paseo de los Tamarindos, and 30 minutes away from Mexico’s City Benito Juarez International Airport.

ACCOMMODATIONS

Deluxe guest rooms are tasteful and modern, with fabulous city views, “high-tech touches,” and appointments for your comfort and convenience!  (Maximum occupancy: 2 guests)

Deluxe rooms feature:

  • One king bed or two double beds with feather mattresses, 400-thread-count sheets, and a selection of different pillows
  • Spacious bathroom with spectacular tub, separate walk-in shower, telephone, and a 22" TV
  • Aromatherapy kit
  • 46-inch LCD TV with premium cable/satellite channels
  • Wireless Internet access
  • Mini-bar
  • Nespresso coffee maker
  • Electrically controlled designer curtains
  • Telephone with voice-mail
  • Individual climate control / air conditioning
  • Desk
  • Hair dryer
  • Iron / ironing board
  • In-room safe

FOOD & DRINK

Experience fine dining at the on-site La Cantina where the accent is on modern Mexican specialties. Enjoy your favorite drink or cocktail from an impressive selection of more than 300 wines, tequilas, mezcals, and whiskeys. A cooked-to-order breakfast is available each morning (additional charge). For your convenience, room service is also available for in-room dining.

ADDITIONAL HOTEL INFORMATION

  • Check-in Time: 3:00 pm
  • Check-Out Time: 1:00pm
  • Pets not allowed
  • Business services available
  • Parking available (Covered and valet; additional charge)
  • Round-trip airport/hotel transfers are available at an additional charge

THINGS TO SEE & DO

Mexico City’s Historic Center
The Zocalo
(Plaza de la Constitutcon) is the main square of Mexico City’s historic center. At 830 x 500 feet, it's one of the largest public squares in the world. The great expanse of paved space is decorated with a single huge Mexican flag in the center. This is the heart of the city, the site of events, festivals and protests, and a good place to start your explorations. The enormous Metropolitan Cathedral (Catedral Metropolitana) lies on the North side of the Zocalo. It was built over a period of 250 years and has a mixture of architectural styles. The National Palace (Palacio Nacional) government building takes up the East side of the Zocalo and houses the federal treasury and national archives. The main attraction here is Diego Rivera's murals depicting thousands of years of Mexican history.

Basilica of our Lady of Guadelupe
Legend has it that an apparition of the Virgin Mary appeared to St. Juan Diego (the first Mexican saint) and asked him to build a church. As proof of the encounter, she gave him a rose that turned into the image known as Our Lady of Guadalupe. To honor that encounter, the grand Basilica was built on that spot. The rose-tinted image is now suspended above the altar in the New Basilica, which has space for 10 000 worshippers. The Old Basilica next door is a museum of religiously themed art. The Basilica is the second most visited Catholic site in the world next to St. Peter’s Cathedral in the Vatican.

National Museum of Anthropology
Located in Chapultepec Park, this museum contains the most impressive collection of Mesoamerican artifacts in the world. There is a hall dedicated to each of the cultural regions of Mesoamerica and the upstairs rooms have ethnological exhibits. Several of the rooms have re-creations of archeological scenes: murals in the Teotihuacan exhibit and tombs in the Oaxaca and Maya rooms. These give you the chance to see the relics in the context in which they were found. The museum is built around a large courtyard, which is a nice place to sit when you want to take a break.  You could spend a full day, but dedicate at least a few hours, and don’t miss the Aztec exhibit with the famous Sun Stone or “Aztec Calendar.”

Xochimilco Floating Gardens
The best part of Mexico City is that you can enjoy a touch of Venice, without the gondolas, but with trajineras to offer rides with lovely traditional music upon Lake Xochimilco, towards the artificial islands. These islands served as farms before the city was established. The chinampas, or “floating gardens” of the Aztecs were an ingenious agricultural technique to create arable land on the lake. Now you can ride brightly colored boats along the canals and buy food and flowers from vendors on barges or hire a mariachi band to serenade you. this is a favorite weekend pastime for locals and visitors alike!

Museo Frida Kahlo
The Casa Azul or Blue House in Coyoacan was the family home of the famous artist and wife of painter Diego Rivera. They lived here during the last 14 years of her life. Their home, decorated with Mexican arts and crafts, allows visitors a glimpse into the private life of these eccentric artists. The Casa Azul was converted into a museum in 1958, four years after Frida's death. It is decorated with Mexican folk art and contains Frida's and her husband Diego's personal belongings from the time they lived there. However, their art is not displayed here. To see some of Frida Kahlo’s paintings make sure to visit the Dolores Olmedo Patiño Museum in Xochimilco, or the Modern Art Museum in Chapultepec Park.

Teotihuacan Pyramids
Welcome to “The City of the Gods”! Located about 25 miles outside of Mexico City, this archaeological site was a huge urban center with a population of 200 000, occupied from 200 BC to 800 AD. At its peak it was one of the largest cities in the world, and its influence was felt all over Mesoamerica. It is famous for its large pyramids dedicated to the sun and the moon, but the site also contains beautiful murals and carvings and several museums through which you can explore the city's fascinating history. A must-see for every visitor to Mexico City, you can take a guided tour or, if you prefer to visit on your own, the area is easily accessible by public transportation.

GETTING HERE

  • A valid passport is required for travel to Mexico
  • Many domestic and international carriers fly into Mexico City’s Benito Juarez International Airport (airport code: MEX).
  • The hotel is located about 30 minutes from the airport and is easily accessible by taxi

Complete redemption instructions will be included in your confirmation email from TripAlertz.


Need-to-know

  • Your voucher purchase from TripAlertz is non-refundable
  • Each voucher is for 1 night for 2 guests and includes features as specified
  • A 2-night minimum stay is required for weekend stays
  • Multiple vouchers may be combined to create a longer stay subject to availability
  • Hotel taxes are included in your TripAlertz voucher
  • Airfare / transportation to Mexico City is not included
  • Travel valid through February 28, 2014
  • Availability is limited and black-out dates may apply
  • All requests are subject to hotel availability and confirmation; quantities are limited
  • Requests will be processed in the order in which they are received
  • Reservation requests must be submitted a minimum of 7 days prior to arrival date
  • Reservations are for the hotel’s standard room category and based on double occupancy
  • Once booked, the reservation is non-refundable, non-exchangeable and non-transferable
  • Kiwi Collection reserves the right to limit the number of changes per reservation, subject to hotel availability and confirmation

Please note: This deal is offered through Kiwi Collection and not with the hotel directly. Please do not contact the property. All questions should be directed to TripAlertz (help@tripalertz.com).

Tags:

Luive Aqua Bosques  Mexico City  Mexico  Paseo de los Tamarindos  Bosques de las Lomas district  Zocalo  Chapultepec  Xochimilco