|"It was also a great value."||(in 2 reviews)|
|"I highly recommend it."||(in 4 reviews)|
|"Rooms are spacious and comfortable."||(in 12 reviews)|
|"I highly regretted that I didn't book my stay in Mexico City here."||(in 1 review)|
|"Pool should be open until midnight"||(in 4 reviews)|
|"breakfast was very, very disappointing."||(in 2 reviews)|
Facilities need some upkeep
Comfortable bed, room size of suite.
Bathroom poorly appointed, ventilation system not maintained or working. Shower was small and dated. Service staff at breakfast not helpful after ordering something off the menu, they told us we could make it ourselves at the buffet. Breakfast buffet a bit disappointing. Bar closes earlier than posted hours. Spotty slow internet Poor TV service
Four seasons legendary service on display here!!
Fantastic hotel. Well oiled machine. Very clean and well kept. Central gardens amazingly manicured
Nothing!! Maybe a bigger pool...
From when we checked in to when we left two days later, our experience at the Four Seasons in Mexico City was a very pleasant one. The staff is professional and speaks very good English. The restaurant served very good food in a nice space (indoor and outdoor). We are looking forward to going back!
The service was excellent. When we made a comment about a service, they immediately rectified it. They truly had a customer is always correct attitude.
Mexico City Hotels Four Seasons Hotel Mexico City is set around a stunning inner courtyard and is full of tropical fruit trees and chirping canaries. The hacienda-style Hotel puts the urban buzz of Mexico’s vibrant capital city seemingly on pause.
Step outside the doors and guests will find themselves on Paseo de la Reforma, which is just a short stroll away from Bosque de Chapultepec and Condesa and Polanco. Guests are able to check out Fifty Mils, which is one of the 50 Best Bars of the world, and taste the cocktail that is captivating Mexico City.
Guests find the Hotel located right on Paseo de la Reforma, which is Mexico City’s main tree-lined avenue and is just a quick stroll from one of the world’s great urban parks, the Bosque de Chapultepec. Street-food stands on Calle Burdeos, just off our Hotel entrance, and Ricardo Legorreta’s bold, yellow Camino Real structure is just a few more steps away. Guests can also enjoy the boutiques, restaurants and charming cafés of the nearby neighborhoods of Condesa, Roma, and Polanco, which is all within walking distance.
Local food cuisine includes Il Becco Restaurant, featuring a lively and sophisticated Italian feast, Zanaya Restaurant, bringing authentic flavors from Mexico’s Pacific Coast, Pan Dulce, providing a quick bite of classic Mexican and French pastries, as well as in-room dining that provides guests for midnight cravings, breakfast in bed, or any other needs day or night.
Spa and wellness treatments are available to provide guests with the ultimate of relaxation. Treatments include massages, facial treatments, and various treatment packages.
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Four Seasons Hotel Mexico City is located at Paseo De La Reforma 500 in Cuauhtémoc, 2.1 km from the center of Mexico City. Museo de Arte Moderno is the closest landmark to Four Seasons Hotel Mexico City.
Check-in time is 15:00 and check-out time is 12:00 at Four Seasons Hotel Mexico City.
Yes, Four Seasons Hotel Mexico City offers free Wi-Fi.
No, Four Seasons Hotel Mexico City does not offer free parking.
No, Four Seasons Hotel Mexico City does not offer free airport shuttle service.
Four Seasons Hotel Mexico City is 10.8 km from Mexico City Benito Juarez. Four Seasons Hotel Mexico City is 42.2 km from Mexico City Toluca Intl.
Yes, Four Seasons Hotel Mexico City is a pet-friendly hotel.
Yes, Four Seasons Hotel Mexico City has a pool onsite.