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  • High style at the St. Regis Mexico City - 1 of 9

    High style at the St. Regis Mexico City

    Diana the Huntress, the famous bronze statue modeled after the Roman goddess by the same name, is framed by the St. Regis Mexico City. When curvaceous Diana was first unveiled in 1942, prudish elements in Mexico City insisted that the sculptor dress her in a metal miniskirt and bronze bra. The clothing was removed in 1967 when Diana and her fountain were moved due to the 1968 Olympics; in 1992, Diana was relocated to her original site where she stands today.

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    High style at the St. Regis Mexico City

    Every guestroom in the St. Regis Mexico City, a gleaming 31-story structure that sits on the Paseo de la Reforma, the wide avenue that runs in a straight line cutting diagonally across the capital city, comes with the services of a butler. TW photo by Gay Nagle Myers

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    High style at the St. Regis Mexico City

    Bathrooms in the St. Regis Mexico City feature marble showers, double sinks and a television screen built into the vanity mirror. TW photo by Gay Nagle Myers

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    High style at the St. Regis Mexico City

    The view from Diana's Terrace affords a great view of the nonstop action on the Paseo de la Reforma below. TW photo by Gay Nagle Myers

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    High style at the St. Regis Mexico City

    The bar at the J&G Grill at the St. Regis Mexico City specializes in ginger margaritas. TW photo by Gay Nagle Myers

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    High style at the St. Regis Mexico City

    Eggs-over-easy, Mexican style, is a popular item on the brunch menu at the Diana restaurant at the St. Regis Mexico City. TW photo by Gay Nagle Myers

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    High style at the St. Regis Mexico City

    Specialty Mexican desserts are served at Decanter, a private, 12-seat restaurant at the St. Regis Mexico City. TW photo by Gay Nagle Myers

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    High style at the St. Regis Mexico City

    Participants in Chef Maycoll Calderon's cooking class at the St. Regis Mexico City learn how to make avocado pizza. TW photo by Gay Nagle Myers

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    High style at the St. Regis Mexico City

    Doormen at the St. Regis Mexico City dress in top hats and formal wear. TW photo by Gay Nagle Myers

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