ISAAYA in Mexico City is a boutique hotel near the World Trade Center and the Polyforum Cultural Siqueiros. Rich in history and Aztec and Spanish colonial architecture, Mexico City currently has nearly 9 million inhabitants and our hotel is the ideal home base from which to explore some of the best attractions in Mexico City.
World Trade Center
Next to the ISAAYA Hotel Boutique, the World Trade Center is one of the major exhibition centers in the country with a cinema complex, restaurants, shopping center and condominiums with stylish design and a prime location in Mexico City.
The Polyforum complex is a venue for numerous cultural, political and social events and includes the meeting spaces, shopping areas and an auditorium.
Hours: Monday to Sunday from 9:00am to 6:00pm.
Opened in 2012, the Pepsi Center in Mexico City hosts concerts, exhibitions, conventions and social events and complements the World Trade Center in Mexico City.
Teatro de los Insurgentes
Exhibiting works and stars of Mexican film, the Teatro de los Insurgentes is known for its façade which features the mural “El Teatro en México” created by Diego Rivera.
Ticket office hours: Monday to Wednesday from 10:00am to 6:00pm and Thursday to
Sunday from 10:00am until 30 minutes before starting the last play.
Centro Histórico (Zócalo)
The Historic Center dates back to the 16th century and is considered the economic
and political heart of the city. For its wealth of important historic monuments, in 1987 it was declared an UNESCO World Cultural Heritage Site. Currently it comprises more than 1500 historic buildings spread over 9 square kilometers.
Coyoacán is one of the oldest neighborhoods in Mexico City with cobblestone streets and charming plazas dating back to Colonial times. Designated a “Barrio Mágico” (Magic Neighborhood) in 2011, Coyoacán is known for its numerous bohemian bars, restaurants and cafes.