Holding pride of place as the largest city in the whole of North America, Mexico City boasts a range of accommodation that is designed to suit all budgets. Those who have a taste for the finer things in life will find an excellent range of luxurious hotels to choose from, here is a selection of the best that are waiting to greet guests.
W Mexico City
With its contemporary design and playful atmosphere, the W provides guests with a warm and enthusiastic welcome. Each guest room is appointed with one of the W signature beds, which boasts 350-thread-count sheets to ensure a very comfortable night’s sleep. Guests are also treated to rainforest shower jets and a plasma flat-screen TV, while a range of relaxing treatments can be enjoyed in the onsite AWAY spa. There are two onsite restaurants to choose from, while the Lobby Bar is a vibrant place to meet other guests and enjoy a drink or two.
St Regis Mexico City
Set in the historic Paseo de la Reforma neighbourhood, the St Regis receives its fair share of return guests thanks to its impressive style and first rate service. Guests are treated to breath taking views from their huge picture windows and the service is excellent including a private butler option. There are also panoramic city views to be enjoyed while working out at the gym, while the indoor swimming pool is a great place to splash around or swim laps. While the hotel comes with several different restaurants for guests to choose from, the J&G Grill comes especially highly recommended.
Conveniently located just a few steps from some of the city’s most celebrated attractions, the Four Seasons features 240 guest rooms and 40 spacious suites. Guests can choose one of the rooms that overlook the enchanting Paseo de la Reforma or the inner courtyard, which is set with a large outdoor swimming pool surrounded by lush sun loungers. People who are travelling for business will want to take advantage of the large and fully loaded business centre. Lovers of fresh seafood dishes served in an elegant setting will feel right at home at the classy Zanaya restaurant, while the Four Seasons also boasts one of the newest and trendiest cocktail bars in the whole of Mexico City.
Las Alcobas A Luxury Collection
Offering an intimate service and plenty of luxurious yet pleasantly understated touches, the Las Alcobas provides a stylish retreat in the heart of the city. There are just 35 rooms for guests in total, which ensures plenty of privacy and each room boasts elegant custom-made rosewood furniture and goose-down bedding. Guests are also treated to their very own whirlpool tubs and this luxurious touch combined with the fact that are butler is provided to tend to every need ensures that guests will want to spend plenty of time simply unwinding in their rooms, although the excellent Dulce Patria at Anatole France 100 is worth leaving the room for.
Hotel Condesa DF
Cool enough to appeal to visiting pop stars and actors, this chic ‘20s style hotel can be found in the stylish Roma district. Each of the 40 guest rooms are decorated in cool tones such as moss green and cream to emphasise the abundant light and space and each room opens out onto a large wooden terrace that is extremely inviting. The spa area is the ideal place to unwind and guests can choose from a series of hot tubs as well as a sauna and a traditional hammam.
La Valise Mexico City
Those who are looking for a home away from home rather than a characterless hotel are sure to love this extremely private and stylish mansion, which features just three rooms for guests to choose from. Those who are travelling in a group have the option of booking the whole of La Valise to get the most out of this luxurious experience. In addition to enormous and very stylish rooms there are plenty of amenities that are just waiting to be enjoyed such as the pretty garden and private dining areas, while master bedrooms open out onto contemporary decking areas for extra space and light.
Featuring a striking neo industrial design, the Downtown Mexico is ideal for style seekers who are looking for a convenient place to unwind. The hotel is set in a former palace that was built in the 17th-century and has managed to retain its classic style while also offering guests plenty of contemporary touches such as the outdoor swimming pool that is set in a leafy garden and edged with bright yellow sun loungers and matching umbrellas. There are 17 rooms for guests to choose from and each bathroom comes with a large and elegant bathtub.
Habita Mexico City
Set in the Polanco neighbourhood, the Habita is certainly stylish enough to keep up with its elegant neighbours. The hotel was opened in the year 2000 and was the first non-chain hotel to grace Mexico City. While the overall theme and character of the original ‘50s building have been paid homage to, guests are also treated to plenty of contemporary and very luxurious touches. there are just 36 rooms in total. To add to the feeling of opulence and those who appreciate space should choose one of the junior suites, which come with a large living room and terrace to unwind on while taking in city views.