Featured Destination: Mexico City

 Four Seasons Hotel Mexico, D.F.

Our Preferred Partner Amenities:

  • Daily full American breakfast for two people per bedroom, served through In-Room Dining or in the hotel restaurant (including buffets)
  • Food and beverage credit of $100
  • Upgrade of one category, based on availability at time of check-in (excluding signature suites and villas)
  • Complimentary basic Internet in all guest rooms, complimentary premium Internet in all suites

Mexico City

The city bears the fruits of a glorious pre-Hispanic past combined with its elegant colonial heritage. See this striking duality of the Mexican culture at the Historical Center where the Metropolitan Cathedral sits atop the ruins of what was once the majestic Templo Mayor of the Aztecs. Revel in the beauty of the architectural jewels here, inscribed by UNESCO as a World Heritage site in 1987.

For a panoramic view of Mexico City, take a ride up the Torre Latinoamericano, the city’s first skyscraper. From there you can see Popocatepetl, one of the highest volcanoes in North America (not to mention tour the world’s highest aquarium on the 44th floor!).

Día de los Muertos

The annual holiday known as El Día de los Muertos—or The Day of the Dead—dates back to the 16th century, when the Spanish invaded the area now known as Mexico. Aztecs, Mayans and other indigenous cultures who had traditionally honored their dead during a month-long period at the end of summer gradually fused their rituals with the Spanish holidays of All Saints’ Day and All Souls’ Day, which fall on the first two days of November. Today El Día de los Muertos remains a major holiday in Mexico and in various other regions of North, Central and South America.

Four Seasons Hotel Mexico, D.F.

Embracing a romantic fountain courtyard, luxurious Four Seasons Hotel Mexico, D.F., occupies a refined oasis in the heart of Mexico’s capital – just steps from Chapultepec Park and the exclusive Polanco neighborhood.