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Luxury June 2017: Food & Drink

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102 | june 2017 Italian,Steaks&Seafood 11105S.EasternAve.,Ste.100 Henderson,NV89052 702.940.1400 Palacio Bellas de Artes W ithin the first few hours of arrival, it's easy to fall in love with Mexico City — the colorful streets bathed in sun, the trendy neighborhoods, and the bustling side- walk food stalls and markets. The capital city of Mexico, now officially abbreviated as CDMX, is hotter than ever, topping many publications' "must-see" travel lists. The cosmopolitan metropolis will surprise you with its posh districts and luxe offerings. Amidst the bustle — it's Mexico's largest city and one of the most populated in the world, hovering around 21 million people — you will find many charming neighborhoods and tranquil, gardenlike parks. Mexico City is the oldest capital in the Americas. Founded by the Aztecs and later colonized by Spain, there is a rich culture here seen in the art, music and food. At 7,350 feet, it has a higher elevation than Denver, so temperatures stay comfortable much of the year. Aeromexico flies directly from Las Vegas to Mexico's capital. Plus, with the strong dollar against the peso, a luxury visit here is very much within reach. WHERE TO STAY Las Alcobas, a luxury boutique hotel in the upscale Polanco neighborhood, is the perfect home base for shopping and eating around the swanky area. With your stay, the modern 35-room hotel offers a butler to tend to any needs. Contemporary rooms come with hardwood floors, floor to FALL IN LOVE WITH MEXICO CITY Luxur y visit to south of the border destination is easily within reach BY LISA LUBIN

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