Polanco, a beautiful arcanum of Mexico City


Polanco is an elegant are in the Miguel Hidalgo borough in Mexico City, situated in north Chapultepec Park and comprising of five official neighborhoods. The living style of Polanco is a typical good life of Mexico City. Strolling down Mexican ChampsÉlysées, also called the Avenida Presidente Masaryk. Different with Champs-Élysées in Paris, Avenida Presidente Masaryk is like the heartbeat of a little community beating among much larger metropolis instead of intimidating and imposing.

The land of Polanco belongs for is Hacienda de Los Morales where has remain one of the classic restaurants of the city to this day. Las Alcobas is a small boutiquie hotel recommended by many visitors, from which you can enjoy the convenience of Mexico City core area, here only a few minutes’ walk from the French embassy, and close to Chapultepec Park. You will be served with mini-bar and LCD TV in air conditioning room and a home feeling will comes from you heart. Free wifi are available and DVD player provide to you for having entertainment in your room, besides, you can also take in the views of Polanco.

For having a fancy night, Pujol is the best choice for you. It is the most famous restaurant in Mexico City, which is known for good dishes. You won’t forget the smell of smoky corn husks bring to your table inside the gourd. The charming of Polanco is not limited to food, shopping at Tane will bring you more surprises. Tane was made leather handbags at first in the 1940s, and now as premier silversmith of Mexico, it makes trays, jewelry and more. You can get everything you want even you never expect it before. Pirwi is a cutting-edge design store where you will fall in love with the pieces made with renewable materials.

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