Located in the heart of Mexico City lies the own magnificent building that houses the “Gran Hotel Ciudad de Mexico” remarkable example of “Art Nouveau” and considered the most beautiful and magnificent building in the capital, after the Palace of Fine Arts. describe the Gran Hotel Ciudad de Mexico seems impossible, since in a building just find the contrast of a Tiffany stained glass from 1908 signed by the French Jacques Gruber and lit by 150 bulbs (the particular electrical installation of greater importance than was known in Mexico), the elegance of the decor “Art Nouveau,” a stunning chandelier Louis XV style entry, panoramic elevators in the early twentieth century and a beautiful crafted ironwork railing in one piece from the first to third floor. These elements are details of this majestic hotel is also strategically located in the southwest of the Plaza de la Constitución (Zócalo), where you can enjoy an incomparable view of the National Palace, the Metropolitan Cathedral and the beautiful buildings of the City Government . of Mexico Its long history begins in 1529, in the center of Mexico City, when he began to form the “Portal of Merchants” with three houses: Rodrigo de Albornoz in 1529 (now the Gran Hotel Ciudad de Mexico) The Rodrigo de Castañeda in 1539 and remained in the middle of the above in 1552. The city engalanaría with a new building that would fill one of their needs: having a large commercial center with shops and offices. (Source: http://www.granhoteldelaciudaddemexico.com.mx/) (via 500px / Gran Hotel Ciudad de Mexico - Centro Historico (Zócalo) DF by Guillermo Ruiz)

Located in the heart of Mexico City lies the own magnificent building that houses the “Gran Hotel Ciudad de Mexico” remarkable example of “Art Nouveau” and considered the most beautiful and magnificent building in the capital, after the Palace of Fine Arts. describe the Gran Hotel Ciudad de Mexico seems impossible, since in a building just find the contrast of a Tiffany stained glass from 1908 signed by the French Jacques Gruber and lit by 150 bulbs (the particular electrical installation of greater importance than was known in Mexico), the elegance of the decor “Art Nouveau,” a stunning chandelier Louis XV style entry, panoramic elevators in the early twentieth century and a beautiful crafted ironwork railing in one piece from the first to third floor. These elements are details of this majestic hotel is also strategically located in the southwest of the Plaza de la Constitución (Zócalo), where you can enjoy an incomparable view of the National Palace, the Metropolitan Cathedral and the beautiful buildings of the City Government . of Mexico Its long history begins in 1529, in the center of Mexico City, when he began to form the “Portal of Merchants” with three houses: Rodrigo de Albornoz in 1529 (now the Gran Hotel Ciudad de Mexico) The Rodrigo de Castañeda in 1539 and remained in the middle of the above in 1552. The city engalanaría with a new building that would fill one of their needs: having a large commercial center with shops and offices. (Source: http://www.granhoteldelaciudaddemexico.com.mx/) (via 500px / Gran Hotel Ciudad de Mexico - Centro Historico (Zócalo) DF by Guillermo Ruiz)

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