JW Marriott Mexico City

5-star hotel

The perfect place for relaxing and recharging, JW Marriott Hotel Mexico City flawlessly blends modern style and substance. This luxury hotel in Mexico City boasts easy access to Chapultepec Castle on Chapultepec Hill, the National Auditorium, Teotihuacan and Xochimilco-Floating Gardens. After freshening up in the stylish marble bathrooms, order room service to enjoy breakfast in your elegant room. Fuel up with a delicious Mexican dish from the hotel restaurant, Xanat Bistro & Terraza. After a busy day in Mexico City, relax with a dip in the outdoor pool. The health club features cardio equipment and free weights. If you’re hosting a business meeting at the hotel, be sure to reserve one of the eight stylish event spaces so you can impress your clients and colleagues. The beautiful outdoor terrace at this hotel in Polanco, Mexico City, is perfect for social events and ceremonies.


Employees trained

with our Educational Program:

Hospitality meets Diversity

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Educational Program


"This training has seemed to me, in addition to being informative and interesting, a tool that has helped me break down various paradigms that I had formed around the LGBTQ+ community. Within my family, there are members who are part of this community and now I understand much better how they feel and what they are looking for: Respect, Acceptance, Love and everything that a human being expects.”
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JW Marriott Mexico City

JW Marriott Mexico City is a proud Queer Destinations Committed hotel

Visiting a Queer Destinations Committed property means that 100% of the property's staff has completed our Educational Program Hospitality meets Diversity, establishing a commitment to respectful and equitable treatment of all customers and employees regardless of sexual orientation, gender identity, and gender expression. Moreover, the property assures zero tolerance of any kind of harassment, intimidation, mockery, threats, pointing, or other attitudes of physical or psychological violence, targeting LGBTQ+ people.

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