Four Seasons Hotel Mexico City

Mexico City, Mexico

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    An urban oasis within the bustling city

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    An urban oasis within the bustling city

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    An urban oasis within the bustling city

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    An urban oasis within the bustling city

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    An urban oasis within the bustling city

Why we choose Four Seasons Hotel Mexico City

Centered around a romantic fountain courtyard, Four Seasons Hotel Mexico is a relaxing oasis

  • The only AAA Five Diamond Award hotel in Mexico City
  • El Bar has 100+ rare tequilas and mezcals for sampling
  • Relax in the heated outdoor pool and surrounding sun deck

The beautiful courtyard is at the heart of absolutely everything at this resort, from the room views to the dining experiences. Mexico City is constantly abuzz, which makes it an exciting—though noisy—locale. This backdrop makes the peaceful courtyard even more appealing, with its picturesque fountain and expansive yard brimming with roses, lilies, azaleas and orchids. Citrus trees, coffee plants and banana trees add another layer of interest (and yummy smells) to the landscape.

What you need to know about the hotel

An urban Mexican City hideaway with a glorious central courtyard

  • The intimate Chef’s Table at Reforma 500 allows you to plan a meal for up to 12 according to your exact specifications
  • The 2,228-square-foot Presidential Suite boasts a marble dining table for eight and elegant touches like luxe fabric coverings and stunning Mexican antiques
  • The spa’s pre-Hispanic holistic massage, which draws inspiration from ancient techniques, uses ingredients like Mexican mezcal, chocolate and amaranth

The luxurious Four Seasons Mexico has 240 rooms and suites—most of which overlook the central courtyard with its romantic fountain. Every room has plush amenities like marble bathrooms with deep soaking tubs and high-tech gear such as LCD flat-screen televisions. The facilities include everything you would expect of a five-star property: a fully-equipped fitness center with the latest equipment and TV monitors with earphones, a spa that focuses on Mexican-inspired treatments, a casually elegant restaurant with Mediterranean cuisine and a top-notch bar serving fine mezcals.

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We suggest

Our favorite is the Premier Terrace room, though all rooms are spacious here.

Where is it and what's nearby

The Mexico City resort is located in a Colonial-style building inspired by nearby Chapultepec’s Castle

  • Uncover fascinating stories from centuries past during a tour of the ruins of Templo Mayor and Tenochtitlan
  • The National Museum of Anthropology and History houses 12 exhibition halls filled with artifacts dating back to the earliest civilizations
  • Arts enthusiasts should add the Folkloric Ballet of Mexico—a spectacular of traditional music, dance and costumes—to their itineraries

In the heart of Mexico City near the exclusive Polanco neighborhood, the Four Seasons has an enviable location next to Chapultepec Park—the oldest natural park in North America and the largest city park in the world. Mexico’s capital is an interesting blend of old and new, characterized by both skyscrapers and well-preserved colonial architecture on the city streets. It’s the “old” that captures many visitors’ imaginations, however. Among the highlights: 75 museums; 10 archaeological zones; a main square designated as a UNESCO World Cultural Heritage Site; and a central district with 1,400 historic structures, including the Great Temple of the Aztecs.

How to enjoy Mexico City

Explore Mexico’s sprawling capital with its history that spans the ages from the ancient Aztecs, through the conquistadors, the grizzly conclusion of the Russian Revolution and ultramodern day art and architecture

  • Head to the Arena de México for the fun filled flamboyant circus that is the Mexican wrestling known as lucha libre  
  • Treat yourself, or the man in your life, to the epitome of South American sartorial sophistication, a Guayabera shirt
  • For cool shopping and dance till dawn nightlife, get down to Zona Rosa or the equally hip and arty, Condesa

Immerse yourself in the rich history of Mexico City in the Centro Histórico. Here you will find the remains of the pyramid-shaped Aztec temple, Templo Mayor, as well as colonial European architecture and cobblestoned alleys. The Floating Gardens of Xochimilco were once the Aztec city’s breadbasket. Today local families hire trajinera boats and float down the canals on sunny weekends.

The Coyoacán district was once home to Mexico’s most famous artists, Frida Kahlo and her husband Diego Rivera. Today their house is a gallery of art and a museum of their lives. Nearby is Leon Trotsky’s former home, its watchtowers stand testament to how the Russian revolutionary spent the last years of his life. The museum is fascinating, capturing a moment in time, including Trotsky’s office which is left as it was the day he was murdered.

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    When to visit Mexico City

    Visit on November 1 to enjoy the spectacle that is Mexico’s Day of the Dead celebrations or mid September for the nation’s Independence Day.

  • We say

    This is an outstanding urban hideaway in the heart of the city. Enjoy the peaceful inner courtyard and al fresco dining on the terrace at Reforma 500.

  • A word from the hotel

    There are festivals, museums and interesting things to do all year round. We can arrange Cultural Tours that no one else offers, for instance visiting Mexican designers’ ateliers.
    Alvaro Noriega, Chief Concierge


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