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The Wedding Website of Lee Mash and Yael Zbolon
Some recommendations for our out-of-towner guests for flying in, lodging and hiring transportation/tours.

Hotel

Hotel Marquis Reforma

465 Avenida Paseo de la Reforma
Ciudad de México, CDMX 06500, Mexico
 1-800-235-2387

THE HOTEL FOR THE WEDDING VENUE If you decide to stay here, we recommend you book your room as soon as possible. Nothing easier than taking an elevator up to your room after the party is over! We have a link from the hotel to book at a preferential rate, please click "View" below to access the site. There is a block of rooms for our weekend, but these are first come first served. Once the block runs out, they will still honor the same rate, but the rooms will be based on availability. You can call them from the US toll free at: 1-800-235-2387

Discount Code - BLEEYAE

Flight

MEXICO CITY INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT (BENITO JUÁREZ)

Benito Juárez Airport is the best place to fly into. It has Terminal 1 & 2, which are connected by a train. Depending on which airline you take, you will arrive to one of the two, and also depart from the same one. DO NOT FLY with VivaAerobus. They are the Spirit Airlines of Mexico but a million times worse. Speaking from personal experience, if you value your time and sanity, avoid this airline. AeroMexico or American Airlines are the best bets if you're coming from Dallas. British Airways, Lufthansa, KLM, AirFrance and Iberia all fly to Mexico City from Europe. For travels from/through the US, various Mexican Airlines (Aeromexico, Interjet, Volaris) and most major US Airlines (Southwest, American Airlines, United Airlines, Delta, Jet Blue) offer flights to Mexico City from cities such as New York, LA, Dallas, Houston, Miami and many others. If you travel through the US, remember that you will need to hold a valid US visa waiver authorization (ESTA) and a passport valid for at least 6 months after your travel. The easiest and cheapest (by far) way to get to/from the airport is using Uber, but we have provided some other options as well. It's the same Uber app you already have in the US, in your own language and you will be charged in USD.

Travel Note

TAXI GACELA

Taxis Gacela is a private service from the Jewish Community in Mexico City, which operates 24/7, and can take you anywhere you need. They have both cars and vans. They are very safe and reliable. With them, you can book transportation to/from airport, hotels, and they can also organize touristic trips. Gacela's main number is +52 55 55802211. You can call this number and talk to the operator to request service. This option will be more expensive than Uber, but cheaper than airport taxis, and you can schedule in advance.

Travel Note

AIRPORT AUTHORIZED TAXIS

If you don't want to use Uber, and didn't have a chance to pre-schedule your transportation, airport taxis (and vans) are readily available with a few options as soon as you exit the main immigration and customs areas, in both Terminals 1 and 2. The prices are posted by area, and these taxis are completely safe to use. You pay and book your taxi at the module and then as you exit the airport, you will be directed to where you need to take it. You can pay with credit card at the module. For more information, take a look at their website by clicking "View" below.

Hotel

Four Seasons Hotel Mexico City

500 Avenida Paseo de la Reforma
Ciudad de México, CDMX 06600, Mexico
 01 55 5230 1818

Across the street from wedding venue.

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