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No. 2 Four Seasons Hotel, Mexico, D.F., Mexico City

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After a day of meetings, it’s a pleasure to retreat to the Four Seasons, which manages to make the hectic metropolis of Mexico City feel relaxing. Its colonial-hacienda architecture, Mexican gardens (with tropical-fruit trees, orchids, and chirping caged canaries), courtyard dining, and proximity to verdant Chapultepec Park represent an oasis of calm amid the bustle of the capital. The 240 spacious guestrooms promote tranquility with a neutral palette, deep soaking tubs, and views of elegant Paseo de la Reforma or the quiet courtyard. In keeping with Four Seasons culture, the large staff is warm, genuinely helpful, and utterly unflappable.

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No. 2 Four Seasons Hotel, Mexico, D.F., Mexico City

After a day of meetings, it’s a pleasure to retreat to the Four Seasons, which manages to make the hectic metropolis of Mexico City feel relaxing. Its colonial-hacienda architecture, Mexican gardens (with tropical-fruit trees, orchids, and chirping caged canaries), courtyard dining, and proximity to verdant Chapultepec Park represent an oasis of calm amid the bustle of the capital. The 240 spacious guestrooms promote tranquility with a neutral palette, deep soaking tubs, and views of elegant Paseo de la Reforma or the quiet courtyard. In keeping with Four Seasons culture, the large staff is warm, genuinely helpful, and utterly unflappable.

Courtesy of Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts

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