The Gender Summit 8 North & Latin America will be held on April 28-29, 2016 in Mexico City, Mexico at the St. Regis Reforma Hotel.
The St. Regis Hotel will be hosting the event. We also offer a variety of accommodation options. Please find all the booking information below.
St. Regis Hotel (Host Hotel)
Mariela Arellano email@example.com
55- 51 48 75 11
City Express Hotel
Range Rate <100 USD
Av. Paseo de la Reforma No. 334, Col. Juárez Del Cuauhtémoc, Mexico City. Next to the Angel of Independence and 20 minutes from the Historic District
(55) 52 49 80 50 Ext. 1441 or 01 800 248 93 97
Sheraton Maria Isabel Hotel
Range Rate 100 – 200 USD
Paseo de la Reforma No. 325, Col. Cuauhtémoc, Del. Cuauhtémoc, Mexico City
(52-55) 52425500 and 52425647
Marriot Reforma Hotel
Range Rate 200 – 300 USD
Paseo de la Reforma No. 276, Col. Juárez, Del. Cuauhtémoc, Mexico City
01-800-8323-7080, (55) 11 02 70 30 Ext. 2072 and 2073
About Reforma Avenue
Reforma is one of the most beautiful and emblematic avenues of Mexico City. It is filled with tourist attractions, restaurants and hotels.
Reforma is home to many historic monuments such as the Angel of Independence, the Diana the Huntress fountain (just in front of the St. Regis Hotel) and the Chapultepec Park and Castle, among many others.
Reforma is also a cultural avenue, friendly to walk, in which you can find different art expositions (photography, sculpture, etc).
- United States, Reforma 305
- Colombia, Reforma 379
- Japan, Reforma 395
- European Union, Reforma 1675
- Peru, Reforma 2601
HOW TO GET TO ST. REGIS REFORMA HOTEL
From Mexico´s City International Airport
Take Viaducto West to Nuevo Leon Avenue. Proceed straight ahead until Sonora Street. Take left in Sonora Street and turn right over Reforma Avenue.
- Distance from Hotel: 10 km
- Drive Time: from 20 to 40 minutes, depending on traffic.
- Typical minimum charge: 20 USD
Take the yellow line at the airport station (Terminal Aerea) to Pantitlan Station. From Pantitlan Station take the pink line to Observatorio Station. (Metro Map)
Get off on Sevilla station. Look for Sevilla´s street and walk towards Reforma Avenue. The St. Regis Hotel will be in front “Diana the Huntress” fountain.
Mexico City International Airport, also called Benito Juarez International Airport is a commercial airport that serves Mexico City, the capital of Mexico. The Airport is divided into two sections: Terminal 1 and Terminal 2. Most international travelers are handled by Terminal 1.
- Airport code
- FlightStats code: MEX
- IATA code: MEX
- ICAO code: MMMX
-6:00 hours from UTC/GMT
Mexico City has a mild temperate climate. The warm season lasts from March 23 to June 11 with an average daily high temperature above 78°F.
Visa requirements vary depending on country of origin. Please consult your local travel guidance. Download a list of countries that do not require a Visa for Mexico for stays less than 180 days.
Holders of a valid United States multiple-entry visa do not require a Mexican visa to travel to Mexico for a period of entry not exceeding 180 days and for non-gainful activities. The Electronic System for Travel Authorization (ESTA) is NOT considered a valid US visa for the purpose of travelling to Mexico under the exemption of the Mexican visa.
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VISA GENERAL INFORMATION FROM THE STATE MINISTRY (SEGOB)
EXEMPTION OF THE MEXICAN VISA TO TRAVEL TO MEXICO
Holders of a valid United States multiple-entry visa do not require a Mexican visa to travel to Mexico for a period of entry not exceeding 180 days and for non-gainful activities.
The Electronic System for Travel Authorization (ESTA) is NOT considered a valid US visa for the purpose of travelling to Mexico under the exemption of the Mexican visa.
The currency used in Mexico is the Mexican peso. To check the foreign exchange rate please enter: Yahoo! Currency rate calculator
Mexico City, Zika Free
Due to the altitude of Mexico City, as well as other surrounding states, the survival of mosquito that carries the Zika virus is unlikely.
The New York Times Article: Zika Warning Spotlights Latin America´s Fight Againts Mosquito-Borne Diseases
“Dr. Kuri said the C.D.C. was “within its rights” to issue the travel warning, but he argued that the blanket admonition did not make sense when the virus has appeared in only three Mexican states. The mosquitoes that carry the virus, he said, could not survive in the high altitudes of the central plateau, including Mexico City.”