Information on the post-earthquake status of hotels, airports, restaurants and other attractions in Mexico City and around the country has been gathered by the staff of the Mexico Secretariat of Tourism.
In Mexico City the hotels reported destroyed are the Finisterra, Principado, Regis, Romano Downtown and Versailles.
Semi-destroyed hotels, meaning that most rooms can't be salvaged, are the Continental, De Carlo, Montreal and Residencia.
Hotels with minor damage but still functioning are the Alameda, Baker, Benidorm, Casa Blanca, Century, Cibeles, Del Angel, Del Paseo, Del Prado, Doral, Emporio, Erendyra, Fontain, Holiday Inn (Zona Rosa), Kyrstal, Lisboa, Marbella Palace, Maria-Isabel Sheraton, Mayaland, Montreal, Montejo, Oxford, Plaza, Plaza Madrid, Premier, Presidente (Zona Rosa), Reforma, Regente, Royal, Stella Maris, San Francisco, Suites Amberes, Suites Havre and Viena.
Superficial damage was sustained by these hotels: Apartamento Madrid, Aristos, Arizona, Calinda Geneve, Cancun, Carlton, Consul, Corinto, Crown Plaza, De Cortes, Del Principado, Galeria Plaza, Hollywood, Imperial, Jardin Amazonas, La Joya, Majestic, Mansion Harve, Maria Angeles, Maria Cristina, New York, Pensilvania, Paraiso, Prim, Romano, Roosevelt, Segovia Regency, Silver Suites, Suites Marco Polo, Suites Michelangelo, Suites Napoles, Suites San Marino, Texas, Uxmal and Vasco de Quiroga.
Most tourist attractions can be visited without problem. Damaged attractions include the Ehecatl Temple in the Pino Suarez subway station; four colonial monuments in the Historical Center; 9 of 61 museums (the National Museum of Anthropology is intact); La Lagunilla, La Merced, Tepito, Plaza Garibaldi and parts of the Zona Rosa; 102 movie theaters including three that were destroyed; the Arena Coliseo; 11 sports and official clubs; four markets, stores and commercial centers.