Classic luxe in the heart of Mexico City
200 Rooms / 40 Suites
Though it’s celebrating its 20th anniversary in 2014, the Four Seasons Hotel Mexico, D.F. is still one of Mexico City’s top luxury properties. With marble foyers, a dramatic winding stairwell ascending from the lobby to the second floor, and a stunning courtyard garden with a classical fountain and patio sprinkled with umbrellas, Four Seasons Mexico, D.F. provides a welcome escape from the hustle and bustle of city life. Spacious rooms decorated in warm yellow tones boast marbled bathrooms with a shower, sunken bath, and L’Occitane products. Standard quarters face the courtyard, and are equipped with a desk, small sitting area with couch, comfortable pillow-top beds, with ample closet space. For fitness buffs, there is a small, but well-equipped health club facility overlooking a small courtyard with an outdoor pool. Spa services, such as massage and facials, are offered as part of the health club, with shared locker area and dry sauna. Dining is another highlight at this Four Seasons property, be it at the full-service restaurant, Reforma 500, or the library-style El Bar.
Situated in central Mexico City on the Paseo de la Reforma, Four Seasons Hotel Mexico, D.F. is conveniently located steps away from a subway station, and less than a block from the entrance to Chapultepec Park, with access to monuments, a lake and water activities, Chapultepec Castle, The National Museum of Anthropology, the Museum of Modern Art, and the Chapultepec Zoo. A few blocks away, you can find landmarks such as the Fountain of Diana the Huntress and, further along the way, the Angel of Independence Monument. A five-minute ride is the swanky Condesa neighborhood, while areas such as Zona Rosa, Polanco, and Colonia Roma are a 10- to 20-minute trip by taxi. Mexico City’s Centro Histórico, where you can find the best sightseeing, is about 15 minutes away, and Benito Juárez International Airport is approximately 30 minutes away.
Four Seasons Hotel Mexico City, D.F.’s rooms are spacious and warm, furnished elegantly in yellow-gold tones that speak of luxury. Each unit offers ample closet space for hanging garments, comes pre-equipped with an iron and ironing board, and features a flat-screen TV, clock radio with iPod adapter, and in-room Wi-Fi for a fee. A small sitting area with a comfortable loveseat and table sits opposite the classic writing desk, where you’ll find North American outlets for plugging in your electronics and a small folder of desk stationery. The beds are plush and covered in high-thread-count sheets. Bathrooms boast marble flooring, a large, sunken bathtub, separate shower and, in some cases, the toilet area will also have a bidet. Amenities include cotton slippers, a plush robe and L’Occitane products. Most rooms face the courtyard, with windows that open for those cooler days when you want to let in some fresh air.
Other than the pleasing in-room dining option, the Four Seasons Mexico, D.F. offers a full-service restaurant and a bar, Reforma 500. This signature eatery serves breakfast, lunch, dinner and brunch, offering a menu of contemporary Mexican dishes such as the short ribs with hoja santa and guajillo chili essence, created by executive chef Edgar Kano. Dining can be done indoors or on the charming outdoor courtyard patio. On pleasant days, the doors open to the patio to create a lovely indoor/outdoor setting. The second dining option is El Bar, which serves Mexican-style breakfast and lunch on the patio, as well as Mexican hors d’oeuvres throughout the day. El Bar also offers cocktails, tequilas, mezcals and traditional spirits.