Mexico City, Mexico
Mexico City, Mexico
With a population of 23 million people, Mexico City accounts for 18% of Mexico’s $1 trillion economy. It is the political, business, cultural and infrastructure center of the nation. By itself, Mexico City produces a GDP nearly as large as Chile. Its per capita income is twice the national average. Mexico is the third largest trading partner of the United States (behind Canada and China) and is a vital link in the global supply chains of many U.S. and Canadian companies.
Mexico City enjoys a strategic position in the heart of the hemisphere—with non-stop air service from more than 25 U.S. and Canadian cities. From 2000 to 2010, Mexico City attracted an average of 55% of Mexico’s total foreign direct investment. Mexico City was ranked the 28th most dynamic city in the world by Foreign Policy magazine, ranking second in Latin America behind São Paulo but ahead of Buenos Aires, Rio de Janeiro and Lima. A 2011 study by the McKinsey Global Institute said two Latin American cities—Mexico City and São Paulo—will together account for 10% of the region’s GDP growth between 2007 and 2025.
Mexico is one of the world’s great business destinations: an open and transparent economy with trade agreements with 44 world markets, a business-friendly investment regime, strong industrial and export capacity, a wealth of natural resources, with a growing middle-class consumer market and skilled workforce. As the country’s economic heart, Mexico City is consistently ranked as one of the world’s 25 most important economic centers by global business consultancies and media.
Mexico City is influenced by a temperate seasonal climate. You can find the current weather forecast on weather.com
Four Seasons Mexico
Four Seasons Hotel Mexico, D.F., offers 240 deluxe rooms and suites in a colonial-style building at the centre of Mexico City’s historic Paseo de la Reforma, a refined oasis in the heart of Mexico’s capital – just steps from Chapultepec Park and the exclusive Polanco neighbourhood. Amenities include a full-service spa with Mexican-inspired treatments, a refreshing outdoor pool and Health Club, and a high-tech Business Centre with multilingual Concierge.
The most prestigious meeting site combines expert Four Seasons service with impeccably modern amenities. Offering a full choice of venues with an array of hosting capacities, Four Seasons can host everything from creatively themed events and conventions to elaborate formal receptions and dinners. Approximately 1,200 square metres (13,000 square feet) of first class meeting space is available across 13 function rooms.
Events at Four Seasons Mexico on May 13th:
B2B Appointments with Key Mexico City-based Tour Operators
Tour Operator Luncheon
Media Cocktail Reception
Piso 51, Torre Mayor
Located just in front of the hotel, Piso 51, Torre Mayor will be the location of our Breakfast Presentation for Travel Agents.
Event at Piso 51, Torre Mayor on May 13th:
Breakfast presentation for Travel Agents
Guadalajara is the capital of Jalisco.The city is located in the central region of Jalisco in the western-pacific area of Mexico. With a population of 1,564,514 it is Mexico's second most populous city. The city's economy is based on industry, especially information technology with a large number of international firms having manufacturing facilities in the Guadalajara Metro Area. Other, more traditional industries, such as shoes, textiles and food processing are also important contributing factors. This city was named American Capiatl of Cullture in 2005.
Guadalajara is the 10th largest city in Latin America in terms of population, urban area, and GDP.
Guadalajara's climate is warmer than Mexico City's. You can consult the current weather forecast on weather.com
The Westin Guadalajara is located in the prestigious Residencial del Bosque district directly across from the Expo Guadalajara, a major venue for events, exhibitions, congresses, and conventions. Along with many shops, parks, and other corporate offices, the neighborhood houses Guadalajara’s state-of-the-art World Trade Center as well as Plaza del Sol, one of the city’s largest commercial plazas. Within a few miles of the hotel are three large shopping centers—-Plaza del Sol, La Gran Plaza, and the newest and most exclusive, Andares.
Events at the Westin Guadalajara:
Lunch with Key Tour Operators and B2B Appointments with Guadalajara-based Tour Operators
Breakfast Presentation for Travel Agents