Stay close to the top things to do in Mexico City

Book a hotel room or suite at Radisson Paraiso Hotel Mexico City for a central location in the Federal District (D.F.), close to the rich variety of attractions in the "The City of Palaces." From the Anahuacalli Museum and the Plaza de las Tres Culturas to the offices of companies like Danaher, Mexico City melds ancient culture and beautiful scenery with modern businesses and a bustling nightlife. Admire the masterpieces at Carrillo Gil Art Museum or the National Museum of Art, and see breathtaking performances at the beautiful Palace of Fine Arts. Traveling with kids? Head nearby to KidZania Cuicuilco and Six Flags Mexico for hours of fun, or attend a soccer match at Estadio Azteca.
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Anahuacalli Museum

9,25 mi / 14,88 km from the hotel
Featuring more than 50,000 artifacts, this museum houses both prehistoric and popular art.

Carrillo Gil Art Museum

3,26 mi / 5,25 km from the hotel
Founded by Dr. Alvar Carrillo Gil and known for its diverse collection, the MACG showcases drawings, paintings, photographs and sculptures by past and present artists.

Estadio Azteca

2,77 mi / 4,46 km from the hotel
With seating for more than 80,000 enthusiastic fans, this soccer stadium has hosted two FIFA World Cup Finals and concerts by popular musicians from around the world.

KidZania Cuicuilco

0,49 mi / 0,78 km from the hotel
Designed for kids four to 16 years old, this 7,000-square-meter interactive city is an excellent spot for educational fun. Kids can role-play reporting the news, repairing roads, learning to cook and much more.

National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM)

2,4 mi / 3,87 km from the hotel
With schools of medicine, law and music, this university draws a variety of students to its classrooms. See a soccer game when you visit.

National Museum of Anthropology

8,55 mi / 13,76 km from the hotel
While its collection continues to grow, the mission of this national museum remains the same—to honor Mexico's history by sharing it with both natives and tourists.