Four Seasons Hotel Mexico City

Classic luxe in the heart of Mexico City
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 Hotel Mexico City provides a welcome escape from the hustle and bustle of city life.

Spacious rooms decorated in soothing neutral tones boast marbled bathrooms with a shower, sunken bath and Floris 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.

Get a taste of your vibrant city-center surrounds with unique cocktails at Fifty Mils, the hotel's acclaimed gastrobar, before diving into authentic flavors from Mexico's Pacific Coast at Zanaya.   
Our Inspector's Highlights
  • With a central location on the Paseo de la Reforma, Four Seasons Hotel Mexico City is conveniently located 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.
  • Make time for a little morning indulgence during your stay with the daily buffet, which offers many sweet and salty options. If you happen to be around, do not miss the Sunday brunch, with unlimited Taittinger Champagne options. It’s considered one of the best in town.
  • The Health Club at Four Seasons Hotel Mexico City offers the perfect respite from the bustling city with two treatment rooms for massages, a 24-hour fitness center, a pool, Jacuzzi and locker rooms complete with a sauna.
  • Head to Fifty Mils bar for a nightcap where mixologists design one-of-a-kind cocktail creations, while reinventing classic drinks with a modern twist. Nibble on a menu of elevated traditional Mexican street foods.
  • Along Reforma, you’ll find a peaceful oasis tucked inside the Mexico City hotel. An expansive inner courtyard offers lush greenery, palm trees and a fountain.
Things to Know
  • This is a family friendly hotel. Children get their own bathrobes, toiletries, menus at the onsite restaurants and, best of all, cookies and milk at bedtime.
  • At this pet-friendly hotel, furry guests get their own special check-in and in-room amenities.
The Rooms

  • Each unit offers ample closet space for hanging garments, comes pre-equipped with an iron and ironing board, and features a flat-screen TV and clock radio with iPhone adapter.
  • 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.
  • Bathrooms boast marble flooring, a large bathtub, separate shower and, in some cases, the toilet area will also have a bidet.
  • Amenities include cotton slippers, a plush robe and Floris products. Most rooms face the courtyard, with open windows for those cooler days when you want fresh air.

The Restaurants

  • Taste Piemontese cuisine and Italian wines at Il Becco. The food is upscale, but the open kitchen lends a homey vibe.
  • All-day dining venue Zanaya focuses on Mexican Pacific fare, a menu full of seafood like the traditional zarandeado fish.
  • For some quick indulgence, pop into Pan Dulce bakery for conchas (Mexican sweet bread), orejas (palmiers) or caramel tarts.
  • Alongside your creative cocktail at Fifty Mils, sample delicious local street food, including tacos, tlayudas (Oaxacan tostadas) and fresh guacamole. 

Getting There
Paseo de la Reforma #500
MEX (18-28 min)  
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