Four Seasons Hotel Mexico City: A Luxury Respite From the Hustle and Bustle of CDMX

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Featuring 200 guest rooms and 40 suites, Four Seasons Hotel Mexico City is just steps from the busy grand boulevard of Paseo de la Reforma. Set around a verdant inner courtyard with tropical fruit trees, the hacienda-style hotel lets guests escape from the hectic urban hustle of Mexico’s vibrant capital city. Just a short stroll away from Bosque de Chapultepec and the trendy neighborhoods of Condesa and Polanco, the Spanish colonial design of the hotel brings you back to a time of elegance and grandeur, a great foundation for a lovely stay. 

Surrounded by a lush jungle greenery, strings of light and a tranquil central fountain, the center of the hotel is the exterior courtyard. Along the exterior of the courtyard is one of the two signature restaurants, Zanaya, along with Pan Dulce, which offers Mexican and French pastries, as well as Fifty Mils gastropub. 

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Bringing authentic flavors of Mexico’s Pacific Coast, Zanaya’s menu encompasses artisanal and seasonal produce and their lavish breakfast buffet is a must try. Served Guajillo-style or plain, with charred red onion, aguachile salsa and tortillas, the Zarandeado Fish is the signature dish. But those with dietary restrictions don’t have to be worried as there is a plethora of vegetarian and vegan options on the menu. 

At the entrance of the hotel, Il Becco presents a lively and sophisticated Italian restaurant featuring a list of fine Italian wines (the largest in the country) and views of the open kitchen. A menu that is a sample of haute Italian cuisine, signature dishes include short rib, pasta carbonara and riso fritto, while their wine list is truly something to behold. Featuring a total of 200 different wines, their knowledgeable staff will assist in pairing the best wines based on your liking and food ordered. 

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The lavishly appointed rooms and suites offer views of the city skyline or the greenery of the inner courtyard. Ranging from 540 sq. ft. to 2,230 sq. ft., the rooms are all designed with contemporary touches and abstract patterns with bold fabrics and dark woods. Set on the eighth floor, the Presidential Suite is perched on the hotel’s highest floor and blends modern elegance with Mexican antiques and a refined residential feel. The one-bedroom/one-and-a-half bathroom suite, includes a dining area for eight and a walk-in closet with a private dressing area.

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At the Wellness House, the hotel’s spa, guests can pamper themselves with custom-tailored treatments like the ancestral signature treatment or the sensorial massage with poultices. A perfect escape from the bustle of the city, the outdoor pool is a great place to relax while the 1,177 sq. ft. fitness center is accompanied by a whirlpool and sauna. Guests can also book an in-room massage if they prefer. 

Along with on-site boutiques, the hotel also features an art gallery, business center and children’s welcome program. 

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