November 13, 2017 for 3 nights for 2 adults.
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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
On my first ever visit to Mexico City, we made arrangements to stay in this hotel for the entire week and am very happy that we did! Rooms were huge and single beds the most comfortable ever! I loved coffee at the room while getting ready to start the day - all of them beautiful as well! Coming home to the Four Seasons is very comforting, on one night as there was a big and famous tour by "unknown" musicians (they never told us who even if we already knew...) they send us a bottle of wine AND earplugs with a note apologizing for any noise that may be done, but there was no noise at all all night - the venue was the bar which the group used from 10pm to 4am! On their second night at the hotel they sent us again a bottle of tequilla! Next time I come and visit, I will certainly love to make the Four Seasons, Mexico home...
Elcampoman - Negros Island, Philippines
Perhaps the most comfortable bed that I've ever slept in, I worried that I would never be able to leave it an miss my flight home. I felt truly spoilt from the moment we walked into the door to the moment we left, service was exceptional but not intrusive. The courtyard area was absolutely stunning an beautiful and the staff made sure that we could still sit outside to enjoy the ambience even in the rain. There are a number of restaurant choices within the hotel and close by so there are plenty of choices if even you are feeling lazy. Good and responsibly priced minibar. I would not hesitate to return, in fact I cant wait for a return visit.
farqualar - Sheffield
The hotel has excellent customer service especially all the employees working the concierge desk. We used one of their tour guides to go to Teotihuacan- fantastic! He spoke perfect English and Spanish, very knowledgable and very kind.
Irene Z - New Orleans, United States
Surprise travel celebrating my birthday...orale viva Mexico...as always...incredible....nice food...lovely people...big smiles and super deluxe service..awesome shopping area heavy traffic of course Christmas time..but safe and relaxing time Mexico one of my favorites country and travel
Me and my wife were reluctant to go on this pre-booked trip a week ago as the earthquake just hit Mexico City a couple of weeks ago and we saw the collapsed buildings on TV. With our friend whom just stayed at the Four Seasons a couple of weeks before us and told us it was safe to go there, we've decided to take a chance and went along. What a nice city, clean, modern, nice local people and superb hotel. The Four Seasons stand up to its name and provided us with utmost the top notch service available and, to mention Jessica at the Front Desk, she's a gem to the hotel. Jessica had sent us a bottle of champagne the 2nd night as we didn't see her in the morning Check-in but ran into her the 2nd stay. The gesture was nice and, we didn't have time to open it in our room and, upon asking the Bar's Manager the 3rd night, she'd allowed for us to open the bottle at the bar without charging us a corkage fee. The bar tenders, the servers and the manager at the Bar gave us immaculate services and I cannot say better things for them. It was a truly Amazing Experience to stay at the Four Season Mexico City and, we didn't see but only 3 buildings that collapsed and all from the La Condesa area which was once a "Lake" a long time ago with soft soil and "Old" buildings. The downtown core along Ave. de La Reforma was like NY and all buildings stood up tall and sound. By the way, we were also told the Four Seasons M.C. is the 8th strongest building in Mexico City. Viva la Vida M - Mexico City!
Cary L - Vancouver, B.C.