Nestled in the heart of the Distrito Federal, the Radisson Paraiso Hotel Mexico City makes it easy to enjoy the best of Mexico's vibrant culture and exciting art, dining and shopping scenes. Business travelers appreciate easy access to the main Periferico South Freeway and Insurgentes Avenue in the heart of the busiest business district in Mexico D.F. The hotel also gives leisure travelers quick commutes to nearby Perisur Mall, home to the largest movie complex in Latin America. Ask the concierge about visiting nearby Aztec ruins or the Zona Rosa, go fan-watching at a Cruz Azul soccer game or stroll through Anahuacalli Museum to see a collection of Mexican artifacts in a building designed by Diego Rivera. Other nearby attractions include the México National Autonomous University Campus, Sala Netzahualcoyotl Music Hall, the Carrillo Gil Art Museum, the Soumaya Museum, Loreto and Cuicuilco Malls and the Medical Hospital.
The following attractions are located near the Radisson Paraiso:
- Anahuacalli Museum
Designed by artist Diego Rivera, this museum houses a collection of artifacts from Mexico's indigenous civilizations.
Phone: +52 56-17-43-10 or +52 56-17-37-97
- Carrillo Gil Art Museum
This museum displays works by several prominent Mexican painters, including Diego Rivera and Jose Clemente Orozco.
Phone: +52 55-50-62-60 or +52 55-50-39-83
- Mexico National Autonomous University
This respected university is located just minutes from the Radisson Paraiso Hotel Mexico City.
- Museo Nacional de Arte
Located inside a 1911 office building, this museum was founded in 1982 and showcases Mexican art from the period between 1810 and 1950.
Phone: +52 55-51-30-3400
- Museo Nacional de Antropologia
One of the best tourist attractions and museums in the city, the Museo Nacional de Antropologia features an array of fascinating artifacts related to prehistoric and present-day Mexico, including the famous Aztec calendar.
Phone: +52 55-55-53-6266
- Nezahualcoyotl Concert Hall
Located on the Mexico National Autonomous University Campus, this concert hall hosts a variety of musical performances.
- Palacio de Bellas Artes
This concert hall is an architectural marvel. Featuring a stunning glass curtain designed by Gerardo Murillo and built by Louis Comfort Tiffany, as well as murals by Diego Rivera, the building is as much an attraction as the performances it hosts.
Phone: +52 55-5521-9251
- Plaza de las Tres Culturas
Home to the Church of Santiago, this plaza celebrates the convergence of Aztec, Spanish and contemporary Mexican cultures.
- Templo Mayor
Visit this museum and see the remains of the Aztec Pyramid of Huitzilopochtli, discovered in 1978.
Phone: +52 55-5542-4943
: From Airport Boulevard, turn right on Viaducto Miguel Aleman Freeway. Exit right on Tlalpan Avenue and turn right on Periferico Freeway to Perisur Mall. Exit right to hotel, approximately 14 miles from downtown.
Airport: Benito Juarez International Airport is located 15 miles/50 minutes away; taxi service is available.