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Four Seasons Hotel Mexico City in Colonia Juarez, Mexico
Explore the wonders of Mexico with a captivating stay at the Four Seasons Hotel Mexico City and The Haciendas in the Yucatan. Mexico City's Zona Rosa invites with galleries, designer boutiques and specialty arts and crafts shops. Here, you can also visit the famed Chapultepec Park, the largest and most varied city park in the world. Then in the Yucatan, embark on fascinating adventures and explorations that include mysterious sinkhole cenotes, caves, Mayan architectural sites, and the breathtaking countryside.
In the heart of Mexico City, the Four Seasons Hotel Mexico City boasts an enviable setting on the Paseo de la Reforma. Shut the world away in a beautifully appointed guestroom that overlooks a tranquil fountain courtyard or the surrounding avenues. As you ready yourselves to experience the area's unique culture, dine on contemporary Mediterranean cuisine, unwind in an elegant outdoor pool arena, and share in renewing spa services.
Location of Four Seasons Hotel Mexico City
Nearest Airport: MEX
Reviews for Four Seasons Hotel Mexico City
My wife and I stayed here during an extended weekend getaway. We couldn't have asked for a better overall experience. The staff provide fantastic service. The hotel is well situated if you are looking to explore the City's attractions. We loved having the ability to walk everywhere. We'll be back! (We were especially impressed by the hotel's housekeeping service.)
SpencePHX - Phoenix
we stayed here 3 nights in a premium room, overlooking the charming courtyard and gardens. Our room was large, elegant and the bathroom had both a soaking tub and a large glass shower, with his and hers sinks. Lots of choice on tv channels.We ate most meals in the hotel, once in the Becco Italian restaurant( their top one) and several times in the bar/garden cafe. All were excellent. The room service breakfast was outstanding in every way. The staff at all levels were outstanding, friendly, helpful and desirous of making us happy. We were impressed. I wholeheartedly recommend this hotel in every way, including location. You can walk to the Condesa and Roma districts, and a short taxi ride to ritzy Polanco district.
paulbV6804MW - brampton, Canada
The city is HUGE. The only way to travel from area to area is via UBER. Very very inexpensive. I chose the Four Seasons Hotel because I did not know ANYTHING about DF (which is how Mexico City is known), and I figured the 4S is a safe bet and a good jumping off point. The room I had chosen, months before, while on the phone with the hotel was not the room they decided to give us. They "upgraded" us to a suite which was so NOT the room I wanted. The ceilings were low. It faced the street. The windows were small. It was dreary. After speaking with management they were able to "FIND" one of the rooms I requested. The room was large and airy. The ceilings were high. The windows were floor to ceiling and wall to wall. The French doors opened onto a Juliette balcony that faced the courtyard. (Pictured above.) Once we got over this, the hotel itself was a bit on the lower end of the Four Seasons group. The towels were ratty. The bathroom was OK. The bed was very comfortable. In the late afternoons, when we came back to the hotel, we either went down to the courtyard for drinks (great) and tapas (great) or we went back to the room and opened the doors and listened to the music while we read. There was always music playing. Sometimes Latin. Sometimes Classical. The location of the hotel was within easy walking distance to the museums only. (Everything else was Uber.) First we did the Museum of Modern Art. It was a joke and waste of time and money. Then we went to The Chapultepec Castle, above the city, and it was amazing. We found a guide outside and he made our day. The next day we went to the The Museum of Anthropology and it was incredible. The same guide joined us there. Big difference having a guide explain. The doormen at the hotel were very accommodating. The concierge was a ZERO. Made all of our own reservations. Their recommendations were fair at best. The Guest Relations Manager was lovely and she gave us some great restaurant recommendations. The food at the hotel was very good. The lobby areas were great for a coffee and the coffee was superior and strong. The restaurants in the city were incredible. The galleries in the Roma District were fun. You need to know where you are going. You NEED addresses. There are no signs on the buildings. You have to ring bells at very innocuous doors. The weather we experienced was A PLUS. Seventies and sunny during the day. No humidity. Cooler at night. My husband had a little problem with the altitude but the adjusted after 2 days. Drink a lot of water. City is high in altitude. It is definitely a "Go Back To City".
Discrete, personal, attentive and polished ! We stayed at the Four Seasons DF for 5 nights during the first week of February 2018. Each and every one of the Conciergeâ€™s at the Four Seasons DF were truly amazing ! They had arranged dinner and lunch reservations for us at: Bistro Maximo, Quintonil and Contramar on short notice and that made a big difference to the quality of our visit in MexicoDF. We enjoyed Sunday brunch with friends at the hotelâ€™s court yard restaurant Zanaya which was exceptionally good and festive. Even during busy moments at the hotel, cars and drivers were arranged for us at a moments notice. Overall the level of focused service and the feeling of being cared for is what we enjoyed most. Thanks to the entire staff and especially Sofia Moretti for making our stay so comfortable.
Stayed here for 3 nights. Arrived early and they were able to get us in a complimentary free half stay while we had their excellent breakfast in the beautiful courtyard. Concierge were very helpful. Room was excellent. Its location near the Condessa neighborhood makes it a perfect place to walk back to and feel safe late at night.