by Michael J. Shapiro | February 01, 2015
Skyscrapers are rising from Paseo de la Reforma at a rapid pace in Mexico City's Cuauhtémoc neighborhood. As the capital attempts to become the financial hub of Latin America, this zone is at the center of it all.

The 189-room St. Regis Mexico City opened five years ago in this area. In the past year, the modern hotel has focused more intently on groups, opening up more meeting space and allowing buyouts for larger conferences. The property now offers nearly 13,500 square feet of meeting space, with built-in A/V infrastructure and distinctive fiber-optic sculptures that provide overhead lighting.

The acclaimed J&G Grill, from Jean-Georges Vongerichten, is on site, as is a certified kosher kitchen.