Best Luxury Hotels in Mexico City

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After exploring Mexico City's seemingly endless restaurants, plazas, cathedrals, shops, and museums, discerning (and deep-pocketed) travelers may be ready to retreat to the most pampering, most luxurious hotels that the capital has to offer. Oyster investigators visited Mexico City's top hotels to evaluate how every feature stacks up against the competition, from the rooms to the views to the restaurants. Take a look at our expert top picks for luxury and get inspired!

  1. Located inside a skyscraper, this contemporary, 189-room oasis provides epic views of Mexico City from floor-to-ceiling windows. Eight distinct dining options; free 24-hour butler service; a luxe spa with an indoor swimming pool; and plush, tasteful rooms with spa-like bathrooms make the St. Regis one of the best luxury hotels in Mexico City (there's a rooftop helicopter landing pad for those arriving via chopper -- it's that kind of place). There are drawbacks: Breakfast, parking, and in-room Wi-Fi all cost extra. 

  2. The colonial-style Four Seasons Mexico City has an impressive gray and white facade and centers around a gorgeous courtyard. The hotel's 240 guest rooms feel fresh and contemporary (all were renovated in 2015), and its features are some of the best in the city: two gourmet restaurants, an upscale bar with a mixologist, courtyard swimming pool, modern fitness center, and colorful spa that incorporates local ingredients, such as chocolate and Mezcal. The Wi-Fi is spotty, but free, though breakfast costs extra.

  3. This elegant, intimate boutique hotel in the exclusive Polanco neighborhood features 35 designer rooms with high-tech touches and rainfall showers (suites and the Penthouse have private steam rooms). The public spaces are quiet and harmonious, the two gourmet restaurants are foodie destinations in their own right, and the spa offers customizable scrubs and other treatments starring Mexican ingredients (avocado, arnica, organic coffee from Puebla, hot stones from Jalisco). Special services include bath butlers and free morning deliveries of coffee, tea, or smoothies. Note that children under seven are not allowed.

  4. Art Nouveau charm and character define this historic hotel (the extraordinary Tiffany stained-glass ceiling of the five-story lobby is a tourist attraction of its own). Set on the main square, the grand property has 60 rooms that are traditional but not without modern amenities, like 50-inch flat-screen TVs, Wi-Fi, and coffeemakers. The rooftop Terraza restaurant serves Mexican fare with wonderful views of the zocalo and National Palace. For something more modern, travelers could try Las Alcobas Mexico DF.

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