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A pleasant respite from the hustle and bustle of the city, this charming green park has sparkling fountains, shady trees and interesting sculptures such as 'Malgre Tout' and 'Despoire', by Jesús Contreras. The park also has a monument dedicated to Beethoven in commemoration of the centenary of the Ninth Symphony, which was donated by the German community. This recreation space for the local populace was created in 1592 and few city parks guard such hidden history in its landscape, such as being the former site of the Inquisition's burning of heretics. A typical Mexican Sunday can be enjoyed at the Alameda Central, which often has live music, along with markets and food stalls.
The most favored nightclub and bar—Mama Rumba is frequently visited by the young and elite of the society. The atmosphere is utmost welcoming with the professional yet friendly bartenders, live and hip crowd, energetic music and the utterly tantalizing mojitos. On weekends you can enjoy the best of live music played by all the best of local bands and DJs. If you plan to visit, make sure to arrive early as the club is a favorite haunt among locals on weekends.
Located on the 16th floor of the swanky St. Regis Mexico City Hotel, the Remède Spa focuses on providing customizable treatments for each of its clients. Try a rejuvenating Aztec facial or la luna healing ritual , which are just a couple of the treatments available derived from local practices. Aside from the usual spa services, guests also have complete access to the gym, luxe locker room facilities and spa lounge.
Tucked away at the W Hotel Mexico City in the prestigious neighborhood of Polanco, the Away Spa is an oasis of calm. Sweat it out in their Temascal lodge or try one of their rejuvenating facials, massages, pedicures, manicures or scrubs. Their special spa packages are a great way to pamper yourself or a loved one for an afternoon. So whether you're in town for business or for pleasure, Away Spa is sure to please even the toughest of clients.
Joy Room is an exclusive lounge and nightclub that features ample seating with a bevy of comfortable lounge chairs, chic sofas and a sizable dance-floor. Always brimming with excitement, this place never lets you down. Its resident DJs keep the party going through the night with a fabulous track-list, while the bartender ensures everyone is in good spirits. The cocktails are expertly made by experienced bow-tied bartenders who take their craft seriously. Dress to impress as this establishment is where the A-listers go to see and be seen.
The San Jerónimo ice-rink is highly popular among Mexico City s local youth. It offers open sessions to the public and you can also take skating lessons or an ice-hockey workshop, the latter taught by experts from Canada and the US. Back-up facilities include an equipment shop, with everything you could need related to ice sports and a snack bar. There are also rows of seats where you can watch what is going on on the ice rink. Fully-trained staff provide security and first-aid attention should it be required. There is also a car park.
Xochimilco has great historical value, since it was here that one of the seven founding tribes of Mexico established themselves. Today, it is an important tourist center. The new ecological section is also an important sports center. There are fields to play football, basketball and baseball as well as a cycling track within the 161 hectares of the park. You can jog along the lake, while taking in the beautiful spectacle of the "trajineras", small boats decorated with many flowers.
Gotchamanía Ajusco promises unmatched fun and excitement for the entire family. A state-of-the-art paintball venue, it offers a number of paintball packages to families and all size of groups. Tanks, helicopters, jeeps and other military arsenal are present on-site to help you with your paintball mission. The adventure park features some exciting themes and missions to accomplish, even as you look forward to beat your competitors by big margins.