Four Seasons Hotel Mexico City
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.
- Free WiFi
- Parking On Site
- Room Service
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
The hotel was super clean, super, elegant and had a super staff and service. The restaurants and bar were excellent and the pool area was super with very attentive staff.The room was luxurious with no faults at all.
Very beautiful hotel and well designed, Has the great "wow" factor missing in so many other center city hotels. Great location bordering the Roma, Contesa and Palanco districts, within walking distance of many great restaurants. The Concierge staff cannot be beat for getting almost impossible reservations at the best restaurants.
I can not say too much about the hotel because we stayed only one night but the rooms were lovely and the staff was very welcoming and nice.
We had stayed in a hotel by the airport the night before and it was just so terrible that we decided to book the Four Seasons for the second night.
Upon arrival the service was very great and friendly. We dropped off our luggage as the room wasn’t ready and returned a few hours later.
The room was grant and friendly. Everything was super spacious, the wardrobe, the bathroom, the bed. Perfect. Everything looked very new and well taken care of. I loved the bed as it was really comfortable and we had a very good sleep. Unfortunately, we had to leave quite early and didn’t have breakfast.
If we visit Mexico City again we will definitely come back to experience the luxuriousness of this place for a little longer.
Legendary Four Seasons hospitality on offer from start to finish. A great place to stay to explore the city. Ensure you take breakfast and have dinner and use the wonderful rooftop pool and gym. A great way to begin touring Mexico after a long flight from London ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
Everyone in the hotel was super nice, friendly and very accommodating. My wife got sick last week, and the hotel found us a great doctor in less than one hour. Besides for the great facilities and staff special mention to Alejandro at the front desk. So professional, knowledgeable and a foodie!!!!! He knows every great place to eat in town, and he made our stay memorable!!!