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by Michael J. Shapiro | September 01, 2012
The flourishing economy of Mexico's capital city has an infrastructure to support it: 50,000 hotel rooms, 3,500 restaurants and a half-dozen convention centers.

The centrally located 755-room Sheraton María Isabel kicks off a multimillon-dollar renovation this year, which will see an overhaul of 320 guest rooms by the end of 2012. The property has nearly 54,000 square feet of meeting space across 24 rooms.

The boutique Embassy Suites Mexico City, near the Historic Center on Reforma Avenue, offers 160 roomy suites. The six-year-old property has pristine facilities and attentive service; the three 30-person meeting rooms can be combined.