Comfort Inn Cd de Mexico Santa Fe
Prol. Paseo de la Reforma 557
Mexico City, 01330
Phone: (52) 55 47482100
Fax: (52) 55 47482101
Prol. Paseo de la Reforma 557 Paseo de las Lomas, Mexico City, MX, 01330
- Phone: (52) 55 47482100
- Fax: (52) 55 47482101
Cinemex Santa Fe is situated on the third floor of the Santa Fe Shopping Center, one of the most elegant of its kind in Mexico City. It offers fourteen screens, all equipped with Dolby stereo and THX sound systems, as well as digitally enhanced imaging. The complex shows a mix of Hollywood movies and Art House films. Admission: MXN28 before 12.30pm; MXN35 from 12.40pm to 5.30pm; MXN40 from then on. Children under twelve pay just MXN30. Parking is available, and there are crèche facilities in the local vicinity where you can safely leave the children.
El Teatro Banamex Santa is a popular theater that stages a variety of events and shows. Every performance is well-attended and this venue is always buzzing with activity. The theater presents a range of musical shows that cater to one and all. For more details, check website.
The well-known 'Bosques de las Lomas' is one of the most elegant locations in the whole city. The commercial center 'Parque de Duraznos' boasts quality restaurants and stores, and it is in this very center that ten digital theatre rooms with modern facilties in sound and image are located. You can view a number of Holloywood films at this theatre. Premiers of fashionable films are also held here often. The general ticket price is $43, tickets for children and seniors cost $35. On Wednesdays the tickets cost considerably less. Parking is available.
If a combination of politics and humor is uo your alley, then this is just the place for you. You can enjoy political satire at its best some nights. La Mancha also has trios that interpret romantic music, and lets you enjoy traditional mariachis through the night right into the wee hours of the morning. Most of the crowd that comes in consists of youngsters looking for a place to enjoy themselves. Parking is also available.
Cinemex Altavista offers a choice of six screens, all fitted with Dolby stereo sound and digital imaging. Located on the top floor of a shopping center, the cinema shows a selection of Hollywood box office hits and art house films. Parking facilities are available in the Pabellón Altavista Shopping Center.
Teatro Julio Castillo was built in 1955 and was inaugrated on May 3rd 1957. It is the Main Headquarters of the National Theater Company. It hosts plays, opera, music, dance, cinema, variety shows and children's shows and festivals.
This modern, luxurious venue offers major theatrical productions, light comedies and musicals, as well as concerts of the unplugged variety. The public can also attend performances of their favourite artists that are being recorded for television. Prices vary according to the event, and there is a car park available together with a valet parking service. Within the venue's large hall you will find a bar where you can also get a bite to eat. There are cloakroom facilities as well.
Cinemark Pedregal is an excellent option for those looking for entertainment in the areas of San Jerónimo and Pedregal, on the southern part of the city. The complex has ten modern auditoriums, equipped with Dolby sound and THX, comfortable seats and digital image. There is a car park, a cafeteria and a snack bar. Admission costs MXN38 Mon-Thur; MXN28 Wednesdays and MXN43 Fri-Sun. children and senior citizens pay MXN33 and students, MXN30.
This theatrical forum stages plays for adults, most filled with jokes and mischief not suitable for children, in the San Jerónimo mall. Mexican humour is a genre in itself, very much characterized by its use of albures, or double meanings in language, where ingenuity is required for a good laugh. The Golden Wit is a theatre bar, with only one performance a week, on Thursdays at 8p. Tickets are 100 pesos.
For those who enjoy contemporary theatre, innovative plays that address current issues, or free versions of all-time classics, the Foro Ideal is an excellent place to spend an evening.
This is a theatre with a great tradition in Mexico City. For over two decades it has presented works from contemporary theatre to drama classics. They span all genres: comedy, drama, farce, from monologues to a dozen people on stage. There is one show on Fridays and two on Saturdays and Sundays. Seats cost 80 pesos and can be purchased at the box office, by phone, Internet or Ticketmaster. Parking is available.
The Hellenic Cultural Center is one of the most prestigious cultural centers in Mexico. It is located in the residence of Mexican collector Nicolas Gonzalez Jáuregui. It has a theater which began in 1990. And the theater is called Foro la Gruta Helénico. It gives an opportunity to directors and writers to develop, conceive and put their playwrights in action.