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Your guide to joining us in Mexico City!

Travel & Transportation

Benito Juarez International Airport (MEX) 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.

Mexico Entry Requirements - Information Here

If you require a visa invitation, email Customer Service

They will require the following information:

Passport name
Passport number
Phone number
Class dates
Approximate travel dates

Check the weather forecast here.

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.

Telegram Chat 
Would you like to connect with your hosts and other participants?

Join our Latin America AC Live Classes chat on Telegram.
This is a great place to find roommates, share rides and more.

Class Venue 

Hilton Mexico City Santa Fe
Antonio Dovalí Jaime No.70,
Col.Santa Fe Del. Alvaro Obregón,
Mexico City, MX

About Hilton Mexico City Santa Fe


Hilton Mexico City Santa Fe
Antonio Dovalí Jaime No.70,
Col.Santa Fe Del. Alvaro Obregón,
Mexico City, MX

+52 55 5985 9000



Camino Real Sante Fe - 4.5*, 14 minute walk

Dominion Sante Fe - 5*, 14 minute walk

Double Tree by Hilton - 4.5*, 7 minute walk

The Weston Sante Fe - 4.6*, 5 minute walk

Holiday Inn Express Mexico Sante Fe - 4.3*, 15 minute walk


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

Shu Santa Fe 
8 minute walk from the venue  
Bright and elegant place with terrace and modern style offering international Japanese fusion dishes.

Loma Linda Santa Fe 
1 minute walk from the venue
Argentine cuisine, first charcoal-cut restaurant founded in Mexico City. 

Mercado Gourmet Samara 
1 minute walk from the venue
Gourmet Market with a diverse selection of restaurants

La Imperial Samara  
1 minute walk from the venue
Mexican food with rooms inspired by the XIX century

Cervecería de Barrio Santa Fe 
2 minute walk from the venue
Seafood and appetizers

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