Local Activities

Cultural Events, Festivals and much more

When you stay at FlowSuites Polanco, you have the wonderful advantage of direct access to some of the area’s most popular restaurants, cultural events, festivals, upscale stores and other great benefits. Our location in the heart of Polanco gives you this distinct convenience that you can enjoy throughout your stay with us.

Below, you’ll discover a glimpse of our favorite things to experience in Mexico City.

RESTAURANTS

Looking to sample the flavor of Polanco? Try these local delights.

Café Toscano Polanco

Located in the Polanco neighborhood, one of the gastronomic areas of the city for excellence, away from the hustle and bustle of the city center and full of tourists, is Café Toscano. A restaurant that has two interior rooms and a large one on the street, ideal for outdoor dining on warm days. From its varied menu of presentations stand out the croquettes of mantarraya, the carpaccio or octopus and the fishing with risotto; accompanied by exquisite desserts such as the ricotta cake with figs and honey. Café Toscano restaurant has a relaxed atmosphere, at midday a more executive style and at night more active to share with friends; without a doubt if you want to have an unparalleled experience with delicious food, it is the ideal place to go.

Temístocles 26, Polanco, 11560 Ciudad de México, D.F.

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 Maison Belen

Colorful vintage style cafe with relaxed setting that serves Mexican, French and pastry dishes.

Galileo 31 Local B, Miguel Hidalgo, Polanco IV Sección, 11550 Ciudad de México, D.F.

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Lynis Polanco

Restaurant of all the life with simple dining room which offers breakfasts, international food and appetizers.

Galileo 34, Polanco IV Secc, 11591 Ciudad de México, DF

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ART & ENTERTAINMENT

From sports to culture to pure adventure, some of Mexico City’s top venues are conveniently close to our hotel.

National Auditorium

Reforma 50
Chapultepec, Mexico City

The National Auditorium is considered among the world’s best venues by specialized media. It was designed by Mexican architects Pedro Ramírez Vázquez and Gonzalo Ramírez del Sordo, and remodeled by Abraham Zabludovsky and Teodoro González de León. There are concerts, art, theatre, dance and more.

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Pepsi Center WTC

WTC Dakota S/N
Náapoles, Mexico City

The Pepsi Center WTC is a multifunctional and adaptable building that can hold concerts in its auditorium or arena mode, exhibitions and sporting events.

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Palacio de los deportes

Río Churubusco y Añil
Granjas Mexico, México City

Is an indoor arena located in Mexico City, Mexico. It is within the sports complex Magdalena Mixhuca Sports City, near the Mexico City International Airport and in front of the Foro Sol.

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