Four Seasons Hotel Mexico, D.F.
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Four Seasons Hotel Mexico, D.F.
Classic luxury in a colonial building is what visitors can expect of Four Seasons Mexico City, located near the swanky neighborhood of Polanco and the sprawling Chapultepec Park. The proximity of the park offers respite from some of the noisier parts of the city, as does the hotel's own expansive courtyard. Citrus trees and other greenery, tended by the same gardener since the hotel opened, radiate out from a central fountain, and sculptures by Mexican artist José Luis Cuevas add even more atmosphere to the peaceful setting. This sense of refinement extends throughout the property, with Four Seasons' signature service on full display: housekeeping, for example, is performed twice daily.
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Neighborhood Vibe
Four Seasons Mexico City is located in Polanco, an exclusive neighborhood where many of the city's movers and shakers live. Though it's close to all of the capital's action, the hotel feels tucked away—thanks, in part, to its proximity to Chapultepec Park, the largest urban park in the world and the oldest one in North America. Wandering through the park, visitors can enjoy impromptu performances by clowns and troubadours, pedal-boat rides on the lake, close encounters with animals at the zoo, or a deep dive into Mexican history at the world-famous National Museum of Anthropology and History. The neighborhood is also famous for its restaurants, including Pujol and Biko—both on the “World's 50 Best” list—and Quintonil, merely one of “Latin America's 50 Best.”
Need to Know
Rooms: 240 rooms, 40 suites. Rooms start at $515.
Check-in: 3 p.m.; check-out: 1 p.m.
Dining options: Reforma 500 is the main restaurant, specializing in contemporary Latin American cuisine. Some tables have a view of the courtyard. El Bar is the hotel's lounge, featuring an impressive selection of tequila and mezcal. An American-style breakfast buffet is also served here. Room service is offered round-the-clock.
Spa and gym details: The hotel's Health Club has a fitness area, pool, whirlpool, and sauna; it is also where spa services are provided. Guests who prefer massages and spa treatments in their own rooms can request these services, but it must be at least 24 hours in advance. 
Insider Tips
Who's it for: Lovers of luxury who expect exceptional service.
Our favorite rooms: The 2,228-square-foot Presidential Suite occupies the highest floor of the hotel; guests can enjoy views of capital dwellers zipping along Paseo de la Reforma, eight floors below.
Rooms with a view: Suites feature one of two views: the busy Paseo de la Reforma (one of the city's main avenues), or the peaceful interior courtyard of the hotel. Guests can state their preference when making a reservation. Childproofed rooms are available upon request. 
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