Campos Eliseos 204
The Nikko Hotel in Mexico City was the second hotel to be built on Campos Eliseos in Polanco which has become over the years the hub for five star business hotels in Mexico City. It's Japanese origins are noticeable in some of the decor although it is really a hotel with an international flavor and management style.
This is mostly a business hotel, there are many ballrooms and everyday there are countless business seminars and meetings taking place. It is a large hotel, with almost 800 rooms and it offers the services and amenities you would expect, such as a gym, business center, a variety of restaurants and bars, newspaper delivered to your room, internet access, etc.
What I find outstanding about this hotel is the 40th floor lounge exclusive to guests that stay at the higher priced rooms and suites. There is a private reception area where you can hold a small business meeting, invite a guest for breakfast or enjoy an afternoon drink with a magnificent view of the city. You have a butler at your service 24 hours a day, you can have your clothes pressed and your shoes polished and assistance from English speaking staff.