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What We Love

  • Proximity to 75 museums and 10 archaeological zones
  • A spa that’s open from 6:30 a.m. until 10 p.m. and features unique treatments like a pre-Hispanic holistic massage with mezcal, chocolate and amaranth
  • A lavish Champagne brunch on the terrace on Sundays

What To Know

  • The outdoor pool is on the small side
  • Bilingual concierges are available 24 hours a day
  • Check-in time is 3 p.m., and check-out is a very civilized 1p.m.


  •  Babysitting
  •  Bar
  •  Free WiFi
  •  Gym
  •  Handicap Accessible
  •  Parking On Site
  •  Pet-friendly
  •  Pool
  •  Restaurant
  •  Room Service
  •  Spa
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Elegant Lobby Lounge living room property home Suite


Elegant oasis in the heart of the Mexican capital, with a splurge-worthy spa and swimming pool

The Lowdown

Tranquil and romantic, the Four Seasons Mexico City is a cosseting enclave within the frenetic capital. Although it’s near Chapultepec Park and the upscale Polcano district, the hotel’s colonial design, in which the 240 guest rooms and two restaurants surround a garden courtyard with a star-shaped fountain, is deeply centering. The full-service spa offers Mexican-inspired treatments, and the two restaurants offer feature takes on Latin American cooking—think short ribs with hoja santa and guajilo chili essence at Reforma 500, and executive lunches with fine mezcals in El Bar, which has an English-library ambiance.

In the Area

The hotel is surrounded by cultural and culinary attractions. Chapultepec Park is the oldest natural park in North America and the largest city park in the world, some 1,600 acres with forests, lakes, monuments and a natural-history museum housed in Chapultepec Castle. Ballet Folklorico de Mexico performs traditional dance at the Palace of Fine Arts. The National Museum of Anthropology and History has exhibitions like a 30-ton Aztec stone calendar. Standout restaurants include Izote de Patricia Quintana, where the celebrity chef offers modern takes on ancestral mestizo cooking.

How to Get There

Four Seasons Hotel Mexico City
Paseo de la Reforma 500
Mexico City, 06600 Mexico


4.5 Very Good 1835 Reviews
Nice Hotel
Reviewed 2 days ago

Nice hotel great location. The only thing I did not care for is the bedroom is enclosed with no windows. Only the seating area ,( separate room)in the suite has windows . Hotel was clean staff was friendly breakfast was delicious. Bar is amazing

Beautiful hotel
Reviewed 3 days ago

This hotel is absolutely beautiful. Everyone that works there are so helpful and friendly. Also, Sunday brunch is a MUST if you’re staying at four seasons Mexico City. Lovely surroundings, pool, spa and fitness was great

Perfect central location
Reviewed 3 days ago

A lovely property run with the professionalism you would expect. My room on the top floor (8) had a gorgeous city view and was spacious and well equipped. Very convenient central location, walkable to some areas, very reasonable Uber to others. Beautiful courtyard area for morning coffee or evening cocktail. One minor quibble and one note: Quibble - housekeeping could be just a bit more thorough, consistent and meticulous; Note - do not expect a resort environment vis a vis pool area. It is small and functional, but is a confined area with no view, no breeze, little shade and not much charm. There is a lovely patio area that my room overlooked (maybe it was on top of floor 1 or 2?). I never saw it used for anything at all - they should move the pool there!

Gorgeous Hotel
Reviewed 5 days ago

Had an incredible visit here for a destination wedding! The hotel is incredible with their beautifully landscaped courtyard, amazing bars, shops and cafes. The food was excellent and the service was top notch. The pool and surrounding lounge area could be MUCH bigger (it’s nearly impossible to find a spot to sit when it’s busy) but that was the only flaw.

Beautiful Mexico City
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Stayed there for 4 nights with my husband in January. Big comfortable room with large well appointed bathroom. The public spaces are beautiful. I recommend having a drink in the lounge outside. Right next to Chapultepec Park and pretty conveniently located for sightseeing. Only negative I can think of is that the area isn’t the best for going out to dinner because it’s business district but it’s easy to get an Uber at night to restaurant areas. I highly recommend.