Four Seasons Hotel Mexico, D.F.

Classic luxe in the heart of Mexico City
VERIFIED LUXURY
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 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.
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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. The Champagne Brunch at Il Becco is considered one of the best in the city.
  • The Health Club at Four Seasons Hotel Mexico City offers the perfect respite from the bustling city with two treatment rooms for massages, a fitness center, a pool, Jacuzzi and locker rooms complete with a sauna.
  • Guys will enjoy the old school club feel and barbershop services at Gentlemen’s Tonic. Indulge in classic shave complete with modern comforts like Wi-Fi and flat screen TVs as well as cocktails from Fifty Mils bar.
  • Head to Fifty Mils bar for a nightcap where mixologist Mica Rousseau designs one-of-a-kind cocktail creations, while reinventing classic drinks with a modern twist. Nibble on a menu of elevated traditional Mexican street foods.
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.
The Rooms

  • 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 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 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.


The Food

  • 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, which means a menu full of seafood like chilacate with smoked marlin and red snapper in macadamia mole.
  • For some quick indulgence, pop into Pan Dolce bakery for conchas (Mexican sweet bread), orejas (palmiers) or caramel tarts.

Getting There
Paseo de la Reforma #500
TEL52-55-5230-1818
NEARBY AIRPORT(S)
MEX (18-28 min)