Gran Hotel Ciudad De Mexico Souvenir Set Contains: Brochure (34 Pages), Room Key Badge, Plastic Bag (515 x 700mm), Cap & Slippers With Eembroidered Hotel Logo, Note Pad With Pen, Napkin, Paper Coaster, “Do Not Disturb” Hotel Room Door Handle Sign, Laundry Pricelist And Coffee To Go Holder (Special Thanks To Klaus Gericke)

Fantastic Souvenirs Of Mexico City’s Most Ostentatious Hotel Plays The Part Of The “El Presidente Hotel” In Timothy Dalton’s Licence To Kill 1989. The Spectacular Interior Of This Grand Hotel Was Used To Depict El Presidente Hotel In The 1989 Bond Film Licence To Kill. James Bond (Timothy Dalton) Stayed At Gran Hotel Ciudad De Mexico With His Gorgeous Love Interest Pam Bouvier (Carey Lowell). They Check In And Take The Beautifully Decorated Elevator Of The Hotel Up To Their Floor

Also In Spectre, Is The Same Ornate Elevator Very Good Visable. In The First Long Shot Of The Pre-Title “Dias De Los Muertos / Day Of The Dead” Opening Sequence, James Bond (Daniel Craig) And Estrella (Stephanie Sigman) Walk Into The Hotel And Take The Elevator Up To The Floor Where They Exit And Enter Room 327

The Grand Hotel Ciudad De Mexico Was Built In The Late Nineteenth Century, In 1899 To Be Exactly And Was Home Of One Of The First Department Stores In Mexico City, Named El Centro Mercantil. This Hotel Showcases The Best Of Mexican Colonial Architecture. Guests Can Bask In The Lavish Grandeur And Visit The Terrace For Unrivalled Views Over The Historic Centre Of Mexico City, Next The Famous Zócalo Square
Grand Hotel Ciudad De Mexico 2017

2017_10_14 (WEEK41/2017GOODIE)

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