The Four Seasons has quickly become one of the top hotels in Mexico City. Although this property is only around 25 years old, it’s built to feel like a property that’s been around for a hundred years. It’s located in the Juarez District which is in the center of all of the action, providing guests with the perfect starting point for their explorations around this sprawling metropolis. Just to the west of the property is the famous Chapultepec Castle, southeast is the trendy Roma neighborhood, to the north is the luxurious Polanco district, and directly south is La Condesa. Basically, practically everything you could need is within a stones throw from the property. From my experience, the Four Seasons Brand has always offered a consistent luxury experience and I was incredibly excited to see what this property had in-store for my extended stay!
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The moment I walked in the front door, I was delighted to see the large flower arrangement that was changed throughout my stay. The staff at the check in counter were warm and welcoming while assisting me with my arrival.
I arrived a little early so I decided to look around the property and was amazed with what I found. The center courtyard is clearly the focal point of the entire property. I learned that this was not a common occurrence for hotels in Mexico City. It’s a beautiful green oasis right in the center of the bustling city!
Once my room was ready, it was time to head to the sixth floor to see my new home for the week. My incredibly spacious room had a beautiful courtyard view (definitely the way to go.) The king-size bed was massive and in typical Four Seasons fashion had incredibly soft and comfortable bedding. Some highlights of the room included a large working desk, sofa with ottoman, large entertainment center, and a cohesive and luxurious style. On the bedside table, there was a charging station, bluetooth speaker, and convenient light controls with dimming switches.
Down the room’s hallway there was a very complete minibar and coffee and tea station equipped with a Nespresso Capsule Coffee Machine. This was great when I needed a caffeine kick. Further down the hallway, in the closet was an iron and ironing board. It all fit together like a glove!
The bathroom was very luxurious as well and had a deep bathtub, spacious shower stall, and toilet and bidet. Four Seasons Mexico City offers L’Occitane en Provence toiletries which smelled incredibly good! Yet another cohesive and gorgeous design.
Situated around the beautiful Four Seasons Mexico City courtyard are shops, a cafe, an art gallery, and multiple food and beverage outlets. The food and beverage outlets that I got to try during my stay were Fifty Mils and Zanaya.
Fifty Mils is a trendy cocktail bar with a comfortable atmosphere and delightful design. I was impressed most with the cocktails, design, and friendly service. No matter how busy the bar got, I felt I was always taken care of, which was great! The cocktail that was the most interesting for me was the Frijolito.
At Zanaya I went for both breakfast and dinner. They have both indoor and patio seating, both super enjoyable in the gorgeous ambiance. The breakfast buffet had a good combination of both Mexican and International items. I really loved to focus on the local Mexican dishes, which seemed to changed every day of my stay! I also got to try a local spiced Mexican coffee called Café de olla.
For dinner at Zanaya, I also enjoyed some dishes that I really enjoyed. The atmosphere on the patio at night really becomes a magical and intimate space! I could sit and enjoy the patio at any time of day actually. My recommendations for dinner would be the Tlayuda with Tuna, Lobster Tacos, Melted Aged Panela Cheese with Crab, and the impressive Fish Zarandeado. All of these were absolutely bursting with flavor and I loved adding their other salsas to them! During my meal I was also able to try cooked grasshoppers for the first time! It’s not just for tourists, give them a go.
Four Seasons Mexico City has very impressive relaxation and fitness facilities on the third floor. The gym is incredibly well stocked with cardio machines, weight machines, and all of the free weights you need. Just outside the fitness center is the lovely rooftop pool and hot tub. Inside of the changing rooms there were also dry saunas. An additional feature I liked at the fitness center was all of the food and drink! I remember this from my recent visit to Four Seasons Hotel Ritz Lisbon which also had an incredible amount of food at the gym, what a pleasant surprise!
In conclusion, If you’re looking for a hotel in the middle of Mexico City that simply has it all, look no further than Four Seasons Mexico City Hotel. This property is smack dab in the middle of all of the action! Along with its magical location it has everything one would expect in a luxury hotel of this stature and more! Without a doubt I could easily recommend Four Seasons Mexico City Hotel!
Av. Paseo de la Reforma 500, Cuauhtémoc, 06600 Ciudad de México, CDMX
Phone: +52 55 5230 1818