The Green Park Hotel - Mexico City, 11850, Mexico

Chronology of Chapultepec Forest

The name Chapultepec means “grasshopper’s hill” in Nahuatl and its origin dates back to the Classic Period.

1325. After the founding of Mexico-Tenochtitlan, the Aztecs adopt Chapultepec as a sacred place and a strategic site because of its springs that supplied water to the great Tenochtitlan.

1428. Netzahualcóyotl, king of Texcoco, builds a mansion and enhances the forest’s flora and fauna.

1465. Moxtezuma XIlhuicamina builds the two-mile long Tlaxpana aqueduct.

1507. Moctezuma Xicititzub builds pools to breed exotic fish and serve as water storage. He orders that plants and trees be planted.

1521. Cuauhtémoc defends Chapultepec against the Spaniards. Soon after, Hernán Cortés takes possession of Chapultepec.

1530. A Royal Decree issued by King Carlos V ruled that the forest of Chapultepec belonged to Mexico City.

1771. The Chapultepec aqueduct is built with its 904 arches alongside two and a half miles, supplying water all the way to a Salto de Agua—a Fountain that is still standing.

Today, Chapultepec Forest is the largest urban park in Latin America, an important recreational and cultural center, as well as a magnificent and quiet neighbor of The Green Park hotel.

The Green Park Hotel
Constituyentes Avenue 99, Colonia San Miguel Chapultepec
Mexico City, 11850, Mexico
Call: +52 5552766565 | 01 800 830 77 77


Welcome to The Green Park Hotel

West of the magnificent city of Mexico and right across the Chapultepec Forest—the largest urban park in Latin America—comes The Green Park hotel; the boutique hotel where traditional English opulence and character meet with the well know warm and welcoming Mexican indulgence that takes care of every single detail. The Green Park hotel with its privileged location places you close to the most important cultural, recreational, commercial, and financial zones of the city; making your stay, whether for business or pleasure, a unique and unforgettable experience.