Set around a grand courtyard, the Four Seasons Hotel Mexico City combines traditional architectural flourishes with up-to-the-minute amenities, as well as a spa, a pool and fine dining. Enjoy complimentary coffee and newspapers in the elegantly appointed lobby of the eight-story Four Seasons. Enjoy regional cuisine in the on-site restaurant, where you can dine indoors beside huge arched windows or al fresco on the bougainvillea-filled terrace. Room service is available around the clock. Fine furnishings reflect the city's colonial style in all 240 rooms and suites, where mini-bars, LCD TVs and CD and DVD players are among the much-appreciated amenities. Deep soaking tubs distinguish the oversized marble bathrooms, where guests can slip into plush robes and slippers. Lemonade and fresh fruit are available at the fitness center, which is stocked with free weights, cardio machines and strength-training equipment. Treatments featuring local products like mezcal, amaranth and even chocolate are the highlight of the spa. Afterward you can relax beside the oval-shaped rooftop pool. Parking is available, and pets are welcome. On the Paseo de la Reforma, the Four Seasons has easy access to Mexico City's historic central square as well as its modern business corridors. Bosque de Chapultepec, a sprawling park where you'll find the National Museum of Anthropology and some of the city's other top museums, is less than a kilometer away. Four kilometers northeast is the ornate Palace of Fine Arts, where you can enjoy traditional music and dance. Mexico City International Airport is 12 kilometers from the Four Seasons.}
Pros: The staff was great! I also really enjoyed that there were many areas to go and relax. I was with a big group of friends and we were able to spend time together without having to meet at a lobby as in many hotels. It was the perfect couples gateway.
Cons: I think the lighting in the rooms is poor and not well designed. Also the rooms need more usb charging areas.
Pros: What a fabulous hotel and staff. Located across the street from Chapultepec Park and within an easy walk of major museums. The courtyard is one of the most beautiful I've ever seen. Great restaurants to boot. For Americans, great value for the money.
Pros: Great location, beautiful courtyard.
Cons: Honestly, for the average price of the room, this hotel is just not that great of a value in a city like Mexico that is filled with great lodging options.
Pros: The staff is amazing. Friendly, supportive, inquisitive, kind. They really make the Four Seasons shine.
Cons: The hot tub was not hot. We informed the staff, who said they would look in to it, but it never achieved an adequate temperature.
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