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Published on Jun 29, 2017
I couldn't have asked for a more glamorous, yet peaceful hotel in the heart of Mexico City. The Four Seasons Mexico City wowed me from the start with it's historical building, set next to the high rises of Paseo de la Reforma. The service was outstanding, friendly and attentive, and as I entered, I was impressed by the modern design common spaces. Intimate, artfully designed seating areas had flickering fireplaces and the majestic architecture of the building blended so well with the sleek feel of the trendy interiors. The exterior courtyard is the focal point of the hotel, which is as lovely when you are walking through it as when you gaze down on it from your window. Zanaya restaurant is tucked amongst the lush landscaped gardens and a perfect spot for a delicious breakfast. Just next door, Fifty Mils is a bar of another era, complete with an outdoor patio area and an impressive cocktail list. You'll want to end most of your Mexico City days here. But also consider their menu--I had a great lunch sitting outside on the Fifty Mils patio too.
The rooms had the same feel of crisp, clean lines and thoughtful, artistic touches. A lovely sitting area, cloudlike beds and a marble bathroom made hanging out in the room so pleasant. Coffee and water was included, and we had a lovely welcome gift, with fruit and sweets. I looked forward to opening the window and looking out on the stunning courtyard below.
There is a well appointed gym, swimming pool and hot tub as well as a number of cute shops with the hotel grounds. The location is ideal for visiting Condesa, Polanco or Roma and we walked to many great restaurants and coffeshops.
We wanted to venture out and see the famed Teotihuacan pyramids and found the best private tour would be through the hotel. The attentive concierge staff took care of everything and we really enjoyed our guide, who drove us to the pyramids in a black car and gave us a thorough, express tour of the site. He even stopped at the Lady of Guadalupe for my mother so she could visit. I would recommend this place in a heartbeat and would definitely stay again when I come back to Mexico City.