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Four Seasons Hotel Mexico City

Mexico City, Mexico City and Puebla, Mexico

At a Glance

  • Ideally situated on the Paseo de la Reforma near Chapultepec Park

  • Taste the best Italian cuisine at Il Becco and creative cocktails at Fifty Mils

  • The hotel features Mexico City's largest guest rooms with a chic colonial style

  • An oasis from the city featuring outdoor swimming pool and garden courtyard

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Best time to Visit

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At this altitude (2240m above sea level), Mexico City rarely gets too hot therefore can be enjoyed at any time of year. The hotter months of May and June, and the rainy season (June-September), when the capital experiences a downpour most afternoons may want to be avoided. Pollution is in maximum effect in the hot, dry season of spring, from late February to early May. Busy times include the MACO Contemporary Arts Festival (April), the Pride march (late June), the Cake Festival (August) and Fashion Week (October).

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Insider's View

The Four Seasons is the best place to stay in town for families, and no detail is overlooked in providing even your youngest children with the best possible experience, from complimentary teddy bears to free nappies.

If you're here at the weekend don't miss the hotel's signature Sunday brunch with champagne, served on the beautiful terrace.

Opt for one of the peaceful rooms overlooking the courtyard and you'd never know you were in Mexico's lively capital.

Make sure to enjoy an aperitif or digestif (or both!) cocktail in Fifty Mils. Challenge the mixologists or try one of the signatures like the excitingly sensory Mr White Rabbit (!). The buzzy atmosphere on a Thursday or Friday night makes for an incredible evening.

Call us on 020 3993 9308 to start planning your holiday to Four Seasons Hotel Mexico City or take a look at our itineraries to Mexico City

Description

The Four Seasons Mexico City is a luxury hotel with beautiful architecture, superb facilities and exemplary service. Centred around a beautiful courtyard, the Four Seasons is within easy reach of many fabulous restaurants, boutiques and museums.

The Four Seasons Mexico City, located a short walk from Chapultepec Park and within easy reach of the exclusive Polanco district, is a soothing oasis from which to explore one of the world’s largest and most dynamic capitals. The hotel has been built in a colonial style and is centred around a beautiful courtyard with an elegant central fountain.

The Four Seasons Mexico City features 240 spacious and elegantly appointed guest rooms and suites with views of the courtyard or the surrounding avenues. Rooms include LCD flat-screen TVs and wireless high-speed internet access. Luxurious full marble bathrooms are designed with a deep soaking tub, separate shower and WC in a private alcove.

The hotel has a spa with 2 treatment rooms, a health and fitness club with an outdoor swimming pool and whirlpool and restaurants specializing in Mexican and international cuisine. When not relaxing at the hotel and enjoying the facilities why not wander out and try some of the excellent restaurants and bars or visit some of the city's finest museums in the trendy Polanco district.

The service at the Four Seasons Mexico City is absolutely wonderful, the staff are attentive yet discreet in their attention to detail to make sure that your stay is as easy and as enjoyable as possible.

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Accommodation

Four Seasons Hotel Mexico, offers 240 rooms, including 40 suites, surrounding a beautifully landscaped fountain courtyard near Chapultepec Park and the exclusive Polanco district in Mexico City. With views across the courtyard or of city avenues, accommodations are both spacious and elegantly appointed.

Standard room features include LCD flat-screen televisions and wireless high-speed Internet access. Full marble bathrooms are designed with a deep soaking tub and a separate shower, as well as a WC in a private alcove.

Childcare

Children are very well looked after at the Four Seasons Mexico City. The Concierge will help with family reservations in restaurants, offer suggestions about outings around the city and help arrange a babysitter. Complimentary amenities and toiletries are available according to age and there are also children's menus on offer in both their restaurants and in-room dining. Items to baby proof guest rooms, extra beds and cots are also available at no extra cost.

Facilities

The facilities at the Four Seasons Mexico City include a spa with 2 treatment rooms, health and fitness centre, golf club nearby, sundeck and outdoor swimming pool, restaurants serving authentic Mexican and international cuisine and a bar.

Activities

Mexico City is the focus of Mexico’s political, cultural and economic life. The city provides an eclectic mix of modern glass and steel structures and the colonial architecture of the past and visitors will find 75 museums and 10 archaeological zones. Mexico City’s historical centre, designated a World Cultural Heritage Site by UNESCO, encompasses more than 1,400 historic structures, including the Templo Mayor (Great Temple of the Aztecs), as well as private mansions and civic and religious buildings.

Visit the southern neighbourhoods for an insight into Frida Kahlo's tragic life and observe intricate murals by Diego Rivera. The nearby ruins at Teotihuacan make for an unmissable day trip or fantastic stop on route to explore Mexico's colonial highlands.

Reviews

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Sonia Bungaroo (Staff)

The Four Seasons Mexico City resides in a beautifully restored colonial mansion in the heart of the city - offering a real sense of place with its beautiful traditional courtyard and colonial features, but with all the comforts of the Four Seasons name, including their spectacular own brand bedding. Whilst most of this character resides in the exterior, leaving the rooms a little sterile, this easy contemporary style makes it an inoffensive, easy place to relax and escape from some of the exhausting activity and size of the capital in real comfort. The facilities and set up makes it a really fantastic choice for families, with its connecting rooms, kids amenities and comforts - but without feeling sterile or corporate. Its location is fantastic - something not to be underestimated in a mammoth city like Mexico DF - right on the edge of the business district with the beautifully green Chapultapec park next door, walkable access to the buzzy Condesa District, and easy distance to leafy Polanco - for all the best restaurants and designer shops. The food is great throughout, from their extensive breakfast menu, to the exciting Pacific-Mexico inspired dishes at Zanaya, but the real delight of their dining experiences on offer actually just comes in the al-fresco dining setting in their lush, oasis of a courtyard, and their buzzy Fifty Mills cocktail bar.

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Karen Chapman (Staff)

For me the thing that really stands out about the Four Seasons Mexico City is its gorgeous courtyard gardens. It's such a lovely area to sit out and have breakfast, chill out and read a book or enjoy a drink. It really does feel like an oasis away from all the hustle and bustle of what is one of the biggest and busiest cities in the world!

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Resembling an old-fashioned hacienda—if haciendas had soared to eight stories—this hotel wraps around a central courtyard with a fountain that could have been plucked from the zócalo of any Mexican town. The fortresslike walls mean that when you're dining under umbrellas on the shaded terrace or enjoying the view from your own private balcony, there's no noise at all from traffic-clogged Paseo de la Reforma (which runs past the front door). Bosque de Chapultepec, a sprawling park dotted with museums, is within easy walking distance. The 240 rooms and suites are tasteful and elegant, with color schemes of peach, gold, or green; bold fabrics; and dark woods. The service, as you would guess, is polished and professional.

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Mark Beken (Staff)

The Four Seasons is undeniably impressive, and the huge garden courtyard surrounded by colonnades, bars and restaurants is one of the nicest spaces in Mexico City. Everything feels just so, and that is how many guests will like it. It's never going to be the funkiest place in town, but if you want a 5-star hotel that delivers and moreover in a great location opposite Chapultepec Park, then you won't be disappointed.

Experiences

  • After hours Frida Kahlo Museum

    Visit the house & museum of Mexican artist Frida Kahlo on this private, after-hours tour, enjoying exclusive access to the gardens, bedroom and former studio of this cultural icon as your private guide tells stories of her tragic yet fascinating life.

  • Ballet Folklorico of Mexico

    Showcasing Mexico's customs and traditions in a riot of colour and dance, the Folkloric Ballet at the Palacio de Bellas Artes is a wonderful experience and captivates both a local and international audience with its twice weekly showings.

  • Chapultepec Park, Castle & Museums

    The perfect escape from Mexico City's urban sprawl, Chapultepec Park is vast, with winding pathways, picturesque lakes and an impressive castle which dominates Chapultepec Hill. Numerous museums sit within the park and offer plenty to explore.

  • Exclusive Access to Templo Mayor Excavations

    Discover the secrets that lay buried within Mexico City's Templo Mayor, a fascinating archaeological site which sits right next to the Zócalo. There are many treasures to be found and this tour will allow exclusive access to areas still being excavated.

  • Exclusive Xochicalco helicopter & horseriding expedition

    This thrilling excursion by helicopter and horseback is exclusive to Scott Dunn and is the ultimate way to explore the ruins of Xochicalco, as well as the beautiful countryside which surrounds. We suggest going at the weekend to avoid the crowds.

  • Frida Kahlo Museum

    Iconic artist Frida Kahlo's Casa Azul is a highlight of any Mexico City visit, and her lovely house is filled with art, crafts and mementos of her stormy relationship with husband Diego Rivera and the leftist intellectual circle they entertained here.

  • Mexican Wrestling

    Cheer the good guys and boo the bad guys at this most quintessential of Mexican experiences - Lucha Libre. It's sheer pantomime, with loads of crowd participation and great fun for all ages. You can even buy a mask afterwards as a souvenir.

  • Mexico City Cookery Class & Market Experience

    Savour mouthwatering treats on this culinary & cultural experience, taking in the markets of the artistic Zona Roma district and learning the tricks to creating authentic and delicious Mexican dishes. Sample fine mezcals, fresh tortillas and local spices.

  • Mexico City History of Chocolate

    History and food are two huge highlights of a visit to Mexico; combine both on this tour, exploring the highlights of Mexico City's historical centre before learning of the heritage of two of Mexico's most celebrated foods, mole and chocolate.

  • Mexico City's Emerging Design Scene

    Visit top designer workshops and showrooms and admire the produce of Mexico City's cutting-edge jewellery, fashion, textiles and ceramic designers as the capital emerges at the forefront of the international design scene.

  • Mexico City's historic centre

    With a rich and diverse history, Mexico City's centre offers a perfect introduction to the empires of the Aztecs and the Mayans as you explore the vibrant Zocalo and its surrounding palaces, museums and cathedrals.

  • Mexico City's Markets

    An intrinsic part of daily life in Mexico, the city's markets are vibrant and dynamic, brimming with colourful foods, fresh spices, handcrafted piñatas, wrestling masks and flowers galore. Take in the bohemian Roma district and its lively local market.

  • Mexico City's Southern Neighbourhoods

    Iconic artist Frida Kahlo's Casa Azul is a highlight of any Mexico City visit. Spend time here while visiting Coyoacan and San Angel, charming neighbourhoods of cobbled streets, leafy squares and bustling markets.

  • Out-of-Hours Museum of Anthropology

    Explore one of the World's largest collections of pre-Hispanic artefacts on this private, out-of-hours tour to Mexico's Anthropology Museum. Be humbled by the impressive Aztec Calendar and make the most of having this impressive place all to yourselves.

  • Scott Dunn Exclusive: Xochicalco by helicopter & Spa

    An indulgent excursion, taking you to explore the archaeological site of Xochicalco by private helicopter before spoiling yourselves with a pampering spa treatment, utilising tequila & agave for that distinctly Mexican flavour. Exclusive to Scott Dunn.

  • Teotihuacán From Above & Below

    Soak in fantastic bird's eye views of the pyramids of Teotihuacan as you float in your hot air balloon for an unforgettable experience, before exploring on foot with an archaeologist guide, visiting areas of the site still being excavated.

  • Tula Archaeological Zone

    A day trip to Tula Archaeological Site rewards visitors with the impressive pyramid of Qutzalcoatl and the Toltec warrior statues that stand proud at the summit. Enjoy a full day trip to this fascinating site with a private guide.

  • Visit to Teotihuacan

    Teotihuacan is among Mexico's most impressive ancient monuments, and this enigmatic Toltec (and later Aztec) ceremonial complex is just an hour from Mexico City. Get a insight into the awe-inspiring rituals of the Meso-Americans before the Spanish came.

  • Xochimilco Culinary Experience

    Savour the sights, sounds, tastes and smells of Xochimilco, Mexico City's best garden market, before buying ingredients ferried in along an ancient system of canals and taking them back to a local family's house to learn a traditional recipe.

Holiday Ideas

  • Mexico for Families

    Mexico City, Merida & Riviera Maya

    from £5800 pp inc flights & transfers for 11 nights

    • A perfect introduction to Mexico for families
    • Plenty of activities to keep everyone in the family amused and entertained
    • Let your children discover their inner Indiana Jones as they clamber through Mayan ruins and enjoy a scavenger hunt
  • Mexico in Style

    Mexico City, San Miguel de Allende & Los Cabos

    from £7900 pp inc flights & transfers for 11 nights

    • Ultra-luxurious properties throughout, offering highly attentive service and elegant acommodation
    • Combine buzzing markets, ancient ruins and impressive cathedrals with whale-watching and poolside lounging
    • Ideal balance of city and beach, exploring Mexico City and the colonial highlands before flying over to Baja California for ultimate relaxation

Location & directions

Mexico City, Mexico City and Puebla, Mexico

Four Seasons Mexico City is on Paseo de La Reforma opposite Chapultepec Park, and just steps from the exclusive Polanco neighbourhood, in the heart of Mexico City.

How to get there

11-hour 30-minute international flight to Benito Juárez International Airport, Mexico City. Four Seasons is a 40-minute drive from the airport.

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Call us on 020 3993 9308 to start planning your holiday to Four Seasons Hotel Mexico City or take a look at our itineraries to Mexico City

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