The hotel has two restaurants: Quattro Gastronomia Italiana which, obviously, serves regional Italian food. Then there's Cúa, which professes to serve “International” cuisine but leans towards Mexican (excellent!). Note to all hoteliers: It's okay to have a fine-dining local cuisine restaurant in your hotel. Onsite there's also an outdoor pool, fitness center and spa.
Right outside the hotel's doors are a variety of restaurants, bars, boutiques and international office towers amidst the hub-bub of the financial district. So, if you’re in Mexico City on business, this hotel is a good choice for your stay.
In terms of rates, we find that looking on Marriott’s online site to be a bit tricky, so look around for the best price. For instance, if you book the JW Experience rate in July, it quotes $270 USD per night but, in fact, that rate lowers during your stay to $180 USD per night, making it a sweet $225 per night when you average it out over four days.
[Photos: Marriott International]