Symphony of Possibilities

Your guide to joining us in Mexico City!

Travel & Transportation

Benito Juarez International Airport, Mexico City

Airport Website

Mexico Entry Requirements - Information Here

Taxi's, Shuttles, Rental Cars, and the Metro are all options available from Benito Juarez International Airport!

Check out your transport options here.

The official currency in Mexico is the Peso.
Cash machines can be found almost everywhere; most credit cards are accepted.

Everything you ever wanted to know about the Mexican Peso (MXN), and probably a bit more, can be found here.


Email Customer Service

We will require the following information:
Passport name
Passport number
Phone number
Class dates
Approximate travel dates

April in Mexico City is a warm spring month, with an average temperature ranging between 12°C (54°F) and 25°C (78°F).

Mexico City Weather April 2023

Mexico City 14 Day Weather Forecast

Suggestions on what to bring:

  • Sunglasses, sunscreen, and/or a hat.
  • Comfortable clothes - easy, breezy, and fun! Mexico City is vibrant with color! What does your body want to look spectacular in?
  • Bring comfortable footwear for walking ....and maybe dancing?
  • Bathing suit(s).
  • Sweater or wrap for evenings and air-conditioned spaces.
  • Layering is a great idea, as temperatures can vary a lot from the morning to the afternoon.

Class Venue 

Hilton Mexico City Reforma

Av. Juárez 70,
Colonia Centro,
Centro, Cuauhtémoc,
06010 Ciudad de México, Mexico City, MX

Phone: 55 5130 5300

Venue Website


Hilton Mexico City Reforma

Av. Juárez 70,
Colonia Centro,
Centro, Cuauhtémoc,
06010 Ciudad de México, Mexico City, MX

Phone: 55 5130 5300

Hilton Mexico City Reforma Website

Access Special Rate Link

About Mexico City


Mexico City is the capital and largest city in Mexico, as well as the most populous city in North America, the sixth-largest metropolitan area in the world, and the largest Spanish-speaking city in the world!

Spanish conquistadors founded Mexico City in 1521 atop the razed island capital of Tenochtitlán, the cultural and political center of the Aztec (Mexica) empire.

The city’s rich heritage is palpable on the streets and in it's parks, colonial-era churches, and museums.

So many things to see and do!  Here is a list of possibilities to explore!


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Restaurants & Food Experiences

Hilton Mexico City Reforma offers three restaurant options and a bar:
Los Dones - buffet & à la carte meals
El Cardenal - traditional farm-to-plate Mexican and Colonial dishes
Terraza Alameda - Restaurant & outdoor terrace 
Lobby Bar


Sonora Prime - Centro Histórico
Steak, seafood and cocktails


La Casa de las Sirenas
Traditional and contemporary Mexican cuisine

The Cuauhtemoc area offers many choices of food and drinks in all price ranges. Find the best options, as curated by Tripadvisor.

Wondering when registration begins?
Check your inbox! Details will be in an email sent approximately a week before class begins.


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