Aside from the fact that many visitors consider the Four Seasons an ‘oasis within the city’, one of the assets of this property is its location. The hotel is palatial with a central courtyard and a lush garden. Whether for its conference rooms, restaurants, or its busy Pan Dulce café or Fifty Mils bar, the Four Seaons attracts an interesting mix of business and leisure (and bleisure) travelers. Likewise, the hotel hosts many events organized by venture capitalists, where not only investors and founders attend, but also the ubiquitous community of digital nomads that has made Mexico City one of its global capitals.
Amenities: The hotel offers guests premium WiFi connection and for those who are old school physical newspapers upon request. The beds at the Four Seasons are renowned for their comfort, so a perfect sleeping experience is guaranteed.
Business and events tips: While the hotel does not include the extended stay promotion if planning 30 days or more that Four Seasons offers at various properties, it does offer the option to upgrade rates by extending 3 or 4 days. For a total ‘bleisure’ experience, visitors have options such as spa, gym and professional services for conferences and forums. It also has an Executive Club in order to create an office away from the office
.What’s nearby: The Four Seasons is located next to the Puerta de los Leones, one of the most iconic entrances to Chapultepec Forest. Next to and across the street from its address on Paseo de la Reforma are some of the tallest towers in Latin America, as well as points of interest such as museums, restaurants and traditional neighborhoods of the capital.
Regular rate (stay from Sunday to Thursday: 1 King size bed: MXN$40.4040 (US$2,300)
Location: Av. P.º de la Reforma 500, Juárez, Cuauhtémoc, 06600 Ciudad de México, CDMX