5* Four Seasons

Located near Chapultepec Park and situated on Paseo de la Reforma, this hotel underwent a full renovation in 2015. Today the Four Seasons offers a full-service spa, two on-site restaurants and 240 beautifully appointed rooms and suites, all of which are set around a magnificent courtyard garden.

Dining options are plentiful. Becco serves Italian cuisine, while Zanaya is a must for lovers of fresh seafood. If you are after a light bite, Pan Dulce pastry shop combines traditional Mexican bread with French pastries. For drinks there is the excellent El Bar where guests can also enjoy a Champagne tasting every Wednesday.

The Four Seasons is a popular choice with VIPs and celebs wishing to attend the race. The hotel sells out quickly every year and early booking is recommended.

  • 4 night minimum stay
  • Inclusive of breakfast & taxes
  • Choice of 240 rooms
  • Our favourite hotel in Mexico City, in a fantastic location. 40 minutes by car to the circuit
  • In-house dining provided via two gourmet restaurants
  • Health Club with a full range of Spa treatments, plus pool, whirlpool, sauna & fitness centre

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