When you plan a trip to Mexico, you want to make it your own special retreat. Nothing says vacation more than a luxury hotel. At first glance, you might think the only luxury hotels are in the heavily populated tourist towns, but you would be surprised just how many luxury hotels the entire country of Mexico has to offer. I have experienced a few luxury hotels, but none has given me more of the luxury experience than the Hotel Four Seasons in Mexico City.
A Refined Oasis
The second you enter the grounds you’re entranced. You’re greeted by a fountain in the courtyard that slowly bubbles and creates an environment of tranquility. While you’re right in the middle of the busiest city, you feel as though you’re encased in a bubble. No traffic sounds, no busy feel, you’re truly relaxed.
They spare no expense here at the Four Seasons. The interior is eclectic and true to the area. The staff greets you as if you are the only guest and I personally felt like I was a Queen. The concierge speaks multiple languages, so whether you’re from Mexico, the United States or somewhere abroad, you’ll be greeted all the same.
Each room is decorated with warm, rich colors, wood accents, and elegant furniture. The colors are vibrant, yet calming. There are over 250 guest rooms in the Hotel Four Seasons, each with their own personality. You can choose from:
- Executive Suite - Courtyard View
- Executive Suite - Reforma View
- Executive Suite - Burdeos View
- Premier Terrace Room
- Premier Room
- Deluxe Room
- Superior Room
If suites are more your fancy, the Hotel Four Seasons comes equipped with some of the most luxurious suites in the world. The Presidential Suite is adorned with marble, a guest powder room, a living area and every accommodation needed to make you feel like royalty.
Your stay at the Hotel Four Seasons won’t lack proper amenities. You will have access to a sparkling, crystal clear pool, a luxurious fitness center, and a business center. Got kids? We were told by the concierge that complimentary cookies and milk before bed were available for children of all ages.
Within the classically landscaped courtyard, you can dine al fresco with a tranquil backdrop and contemporary, delicious Latin cuisine. Reforma 500 offers five-star cuisine and features authentic Mexican dishes. I recommend the pan seared Atlantic sea bass or the roasted half chicken myself. The restaurant is constantly changing their specialties, but if you happen to come at the right time, you can dine on a succulent Wagyu beef that has been aged, smoked, and grilled to perfection.
Finish your meal at El Bar, where you can get custom drinks, delicious wines, and local beers. If the idea of leaving your luxurious sweet isn’t appealing, you can have anything from the Reforma 500 menu delivered to your room.
The Hotel Four Seasons is an elegant stay that is tranquil and refined. You’ll be in the heart of Mexico City, close to the attractions, but never away from lavishness.