Ave. Revolucion No. 333
Col. Tacubaya
Mexico City  11870  Mexico
LAT: 19.396600 LONG: -99.18540
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Radisson Hotel Flamingos

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Mexico, D.F. Hotel near World Trade Center, Top Attractions

Boasting an unbeatable location near exciting attractions and major businesses, the Radisson Flamingos is the best choice of accommodation for your visit to Mexico, D.F. This hotel near the World Trade Center (five minutes away) offers you proximity to the Azul Stadium, the Bullfight Arena, fascinating Aztec ruins and the colorful shops of the Zócalo. The Radisson Flamingos is only 20 minutes from Mexico City International Airport and offers travel assistance, making it easy to get to where you need to be.

Visit these popular attractions during your stay:

  • Auditorio Nacional Concert Hall (10 minutes)
    Take the opportunity to enjoy any of the national or international concerts at the most popular concert hall in the city.
  • Azul Stadium (5 minutes)
    If you're a soccer fan, you'll want to visit Azul Stadium to watch one of the great Mexican soccer teams, like the Cruz Azul, play.
  • Catedral Metropolitana (10 minutes)
    Don't miss your opportunity to see the impressive Catedral Metropolitana, which is one of Latin America's oldest buildings, built more than two hundred years ago. It anchors one side of the Zócalo.
  • Museo de Arte Moderno (Museum of Modern Art) (10 minutes)
    Mexico's modern art movement is best represented by the pieces that you'll find here, including works by well-known artist Diego Rivera, famous for his murals.
  • Museo de Ciencia y Tecnología (Museum of Science and Technology) (10 minutes)
    The Museum of Science and Technology offers a chance to appreciate the unseen role that science plays in daily life.
  • Museo Frida Kahlo (30 minutes)
    Visit the house where Frida Kahlo resided, both as a child and with her husband, Diego Rivera. Her beautiful, unusual artwork is on display in the building, now known as the Frida Kahlo Museum.
  • Museo Nacional de Antropologia (National Museum of Anthropology) (10 minutes)
    This museum provides the most complete picture of how Mexican culture has developed over the centuries. The National Museum of Anthropology has been called one of the finest museums in the world.
  • Museo del Palacio de Bellas Artes (25 minutes)
    Palacio de Bellas Artes offers visitors lavish architecture, an opera house and a museum. Don't miss the murals on the third level and the unique glass curtain.
  • Museo del Templo Mayor (Temple Mayor Museum) (25 minutes)
    The remains of the Aztec Temple Mayor are a fascinating reminder of ancient history. The Aztec ruins are a part of the Plaza de las Tres Culturas and are some of the oldest Mexico City attractions.
  • Palacio Nacional/Diego Rivera Murals (10 minutes)
    The President of Mexico works in this building, and the famous Diego Rivera murals on the second floor depict the rich history of this country.
  • Papalote Museo del Niño (Papalote Children's Museum) (10 minutes)
    Children will delight in the interactive exhibits at this museum.
  • Santa Fé Mall (15 minutes)
    This large mall offers stores, restaurants, a movie theater and plenty of parking.
  • Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (National Autonomous University of Mexico)
    Visit this prestigious Mexican university, which is one of Latin America's most beautiful schools. It offers both undergraduate and graduate curriculums and is famous for its Principal's Office Building.
  • World Trade Center Mexico (5 minutes)
    Staying at the Radisson hotel will give you a chance to visit the WTC, the site of numerous important national and international expos. It also offers a movie theater, a convention center and a panoramic revolving restaurant on the top floor.
  • Zona Rosa
    The Zona Rosa is close to the Centro Histórico and offers plenty of chances to discover charming cafes and places to shop in the city's "Pink Zone."