Reforma 222 is a commercial and residential complex which consists of three individual towers designed by Teodoro González de León. At the on-site shopping mall, visitors can shop for homewares, clothes, footwear, and more, as well as dine on open-air terraces. The top floor of the mall is dedicated to a cinema and fitness center. Access to Reforma 222 is made easy by convenient hop-on hop-off bus services which run the length of Paseo de la Reforma.
Things to Know Before You Go
Reforma 222 is the ideal place to buy both essentials and souvenirs.
There are dozens of on-site eateries, cafés, and restaurants.
Reforma 222 is fully stroller and wheelchair accessible and there are several elevators throughout the mall.
How to Get There
Reforma 222 shopping center is situated on Paseo de la Reforma and is most easily accessed on foot or by public transit. The closest Metrobus station is Hamburgo (Line 1), while Metro Insurgentes (Line 1) is a 10-minute walk away. Visitors can also arrive by private vehicle and there’s affordable on-site parking within the complex.
When to Get There
Reforma 222 shopping mall is typically open daily from 11am to 8:30pm. Specific opening times for the individual stores and restaurants may vary so check online in advance. Visit midweek for a quieter experience.
Shopping in Mexico City
Reforma 222 may be one of the most centrally located shopping malls in Mexico City but it’s not the only place to browse for clothes, gifts, and homewares. Oasis Coyoacán, in the Coyoacán neighborhood, combines open-air water features with two levels of international stores. Meanwhile, the Ciudadela Market is the place to go for authentic Mexican handicrafts and souvenirs.
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