Mexico City is an unruly, whirling metropolis in the center of a colorful, fiery country. It is—in every way imaginable—a megacity, and the W Hotel's location is its most stylish hotel. Located in the Polanco neighborhood, the hotel is a destination for La Ciudad's trendsetters.
Take a tour of Mexico City's numerous, boisterous attractions.
Pirámides de Teotihuacan
Thirty miles northeast of Mexico City lie the ruins of the largest pre-Columbian city in the Americas. Teotihuacan dates back to 100 B.C.
Museo Mural Diego Rivera
From the murals of Teotihuacan to the murals of Diego Rivera, Mexico's art is elaborately unique. The Museo Mural Diego Rivera features the "realest" of realists' large-scale works.
Photo by Ismael Villafranco via Flickr.
Casa Azul: Where Frida Kahlo lived
Frida Kahlo was born and lived her entire life in the Casa Azul in the Coyoacán neighborhood of Mexico City. It serves as a museum to her life and work.
The historic center and main square of Mexico City was the open space in the center of the Aztec capital Tenochtitlán. It's been the central square of both pre- and post-Columbian Mexico City.
W Mexico City's Extreme Wow Suite provides a stellar view of the city at night.
The Away Spa Temazcal is a relaxing escape from the bustle of the city.
Floating Gardens of Xochimilco
Xochimilco is a borough of the city that has a distinct cultural identity. Take a ride on of the colorful gondola-like boats called trajineras that dot the borough's canals.