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15 Most Luxurious Hotels in Mexico City for Food & Leisure

Mexico City is an enchanting, densely populated city known for its innovative art museums, sprawling urban parks and vibrant culinary scene. With a fascinating history dating back to the Aztecs, this lively destination not only appeals to art enthusiasts and museum geeks, but also lures history buffs and culture vultures with its archaeological sites, local markets and historical landmarks.

Mexico’s capital city is one of the largest in the world, making it a challenge to narrow down where you should stay. With over 400 million annual visitors to HotelsCombined, we’ve tracked down the best hotels in Mexico City, many of which have traditional Mexican restaurants, chic bars, luxury spas, outdoor pools and easy access to top attractions.

Four Seasons Hotel Mexico City

Photo| Four Seasons Hotel Mexico City | Provided by LEONARDO

Set around a foliage-filled courtyard, Four Seasons Hotel Mexico City lives up to its brand name with fine-dining restaurants, a rooftop pool, spa centre and limousine services. Enjoy a Signature Mexican Massage at the spa or a soak in the whirlpool, then treat yourself to one-of-a-kind cocktails at the ultra-cool Fifty Mils bar.

The hotel’s entry-level Superior Rooms feature executive desks, love seats, deep-soaking tubs and private bars, while Premier Terrace rooms add elegant French doors and large terraces. Upgrade to a lavish suite for separate living rooms for entertaining.

Hotel Highlights

  • Located on the renowned Reforma Boulevard, a short walk from the Condesa and Polanco neighbourhoods.
  • Italian cuisine at Il Becco Restaurant, fresh seafood at Zanaya and French pastries at Pan Dulce.
  • Runs day trips to Oaxaca to learn how Mezcal is made.

Star Rating: 5*
Price: USD 284 – USD 1,494
Guest Rating: 9.4
Address: Paseo de la Reforma 500, Juarez, Mexico City, Mexico

W Mexico City

Photo| W Mexico City | Provided by W MEXICO CITY

Located off Reforma Boulevard, W Mexico City offers sleek rooms with fashionable furnishings. Bright and cheery Wonderful rooms boast colourful artwork, flat-screen TVs and pillow-top mattresses, while Fantastic 1 Bedroom Suites add step-out balconies and floor-to-ceiling windows. For a furnished rooftop terrace, upgrade to the bi-level Marvelous Suite.

Dine on Mexican specialties at the hotel’s signature restaurant, 25Dos, then keep the party going with signature cocktails and live DJs at the chic The Living Room bar. Revitalise your skin with a visit to AWAY Spa, which specialises in hydrating facials, deep-tissue massages and detox body treatments.

Hotel Highlights

  • A 24-hour fitness centre, whirlpool and luxury wellness centre.
  • Coffee and complimentary Wi-Fi at The Living Room Bar, which features resident DJs at night.
  • A 10-minute drive from the contemporary art exhibits in Museo Jumex.

Star Rating: 5*
Price: USD 409 – USD 928
Guest Rating: 8.7
Address: Campos Eliseos 252, Polanco Chapultepec, Mexico City, Mexico

InterContinental Presidente Mexico City

Photo| InterContinental Presidente Mexico City | Provided by INTERCONTINENTAL PRESIDENTE MEXICO CITY

Overlooking Chapultepec Park, InterContinental Presidente Mexico City is nestled in the exclusive Polanco district. Foodies will appreciate the on-site dining options, from Italian fare at Alfredo di Roma to New York-style dishes at The Palm Restaurant. Along with gin and tonic cocktails, Epicentro Gin & Tonic Bar features whiskey, champagne and 66 different tequilas.

Get cosy in a King Room, which has a flat-screen TV, coffee machine and mini bar. Upgrade to a Leonora Carrington Suite for a spacious living room and spectacular city views or enjoy a fireplace and steam bath in the Gironella Suite.

Hotel Highlights

  • The 24-hour traditional Parisian bistro, Au Pied de Cochon.
  • Two floors of living space, a steam bath, pool and Jacuzzi in the Presidential Suite.
  • About 850 metres from the luxury shops along Presidente Masaryk Avenue.

Star Rating: 5*
Price: USD 202 – USD 643
Guest Rating: 8.9
Address: Campos Eliseos 218 Col Polanco, Polanco Chapultepec, Mexico City, Mexico

Las Alcobas DF

One of the most luxurious 5-star hotels in Mexico City, Las Alcobas DF is nestled in the heart of Polanco. Spacious rooms feature custom-made rosewood furniture, marble bathrooms and flat-screen TVs, while Suites add separate living areas. Couples can get cosy by the fireplace in the Penthouse Suite, which also has a private balcony.

Pair traditional Mexican fare with local wines at the on-site restaurant, Dulce Patria, or visit Anatol for farm-to-table cuisine inspired by international dishes. Recharge at the renowned Aurora Spa, which offers pampering massages in its two treatment rooms.

Hotel Highlights

  • Two gourmet restaurants and a luxury day spa.
  • In-room mini bars filled daily with soft drinks and Mexican sweets.
  • A 10-minute drive from the National Museum of Anthropology.

Star Rating: 5*
Price: USD 374 – USD 1,523
Guest Rating: 9.8
Address: Presidente Masaryk 390A Col. Polanco Chapultepec, Polanco Chapultepec, Mexico City, Mexico

Mexico City Marriott Reforma Hotel

Photo| Mexico City Marriott Reforma Hotel | Provided by LEONARDO

A five-minute walk from the iconic Angel of Independence monument, Mexico City Marriott Reforma Hotel pampers guests with fine dining and spa services. Relax with a massage at Oriental Fitness Centre or savour Mexican flavours at Condimento Restaurant. Visit La Mansion for succulent steaks and fresh seafood.

Elegant rooms feature flat-screen TVs, mini bars and 24-hour room service, while upgraded rooms add Executive Lounge access with a private floor and complimentary food and drinks. Families will appreciate the two double-size beds in the Double room, while couples can admire the spectacular city views from a romantic Presidential Suite.

Hotel Highlights

  • Juicy ribeye, tender filet mignon and other prime cuts at La Mansion steakhouse.
  • The spa’s therapy baths, couple’s massages, steam rooms and Ayurvedic treatments.
  • Located in the heart of downtown, near Zona Rosa, Zocalo and Chapultepec Park.

Star Rating: 4*
Price: USD 232 – USD 428
Guest Rating: 8.2
Address: Paseo De La Reforma 276 Col, Juarez, Mexico City, Mexico

St Regis Mexico City

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Overlooking the historic Paseo de la Reforma, St Regis Mexico City is surrounded by Mexico City’s top museums and art galleries. Deluxe King rooms feature Smart technology with ambient lighting as well as seating areas, butler services and floor-to-ceiling windows. The luxe Two-Bedroom Presidential Suite has a library, kitchen and private dining room.

On-site dining is highlighted by eight-course culinary experiences at La Table Krug and traditional Mexican cuisine at Diana, while King Cole Bar features craft cocktails and velvet seating. Unwind at Remede Spa or marvel at the stunning city views from the 15th-floor indoor pool.

Hotel Highlights

  • A luxury day spa, indoor pool, complimentary fitness classes and private yoga studio.
  • An outdoor terrace and Spanish-inspired fare at Candela Romero.
  • About 12 kilometres from Mexico City International Airport.

Star Rating: 5*
Price: USD 428 – USD 1,487
Guest Rating: 9.5
Address: Paseo De La Reforma 439, Cuauhtemoc, Mexico City, Mexico

La Valise Mexico City

La Valise Mexico City is housed in a 20th-century building in Colonia Roma, a charming neighbourhood with art galleries and independent boutiques. Embark on a culinary journey at Rosetta, which serves traditional Mexican cuisine, or sample 25-year-old recipes at Taqueria El Califa.

You can choose from three different room types, including Suite La Luna with its curated interior decor, velvet sofa and separate living room. Suite El Patio, meanwhile, has a king-size bed, Nespresso machine and patio with a hammock. The unparalleled Suite La Terraza offers king-size beds that roll onto a rooftop terrace.

Hotel Highlights

  • An indoor fireplace and king-size bed that can be rolled onto a terrace in the Suite La Terraza.
  • A traditional taqueria and a fine-dining restaurant on site.
  • Only 450 metres from MODO Museo del Ojeto del Objeto.

Star Rating: 4*
Price: USD 329 – USD 449
Guest Rating: 10
Address: Tonala 53, Roma Norte, Mexico City, Mexico

JW Marriott Hotel Mexico City

Photo| JW Marriott Hotel Mexico City | Provided by LEONARDO

HotelsCombined visitors rave about the stunning outdoor pool at JW Marriott Hotel Mexico City, as well as the luxe spa services and two on-site restaurants. Duck into Xanat Bistro & Terraza for seasonal ingredients or dine on French cuisine at Brasserie Lipp, then enjoy a nightcap at the Lobby Bar.

Stylish rooms feature complimentary Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and mini bars, while upgraded rooms add kitchenettes and living and dining areas. Celebrating something special? Stay in a Master Suite for Executive Lounge access with complimentary food and drinks, a sofa bed and stunning city views.

Hotel Highlights

  • An outdoor pool, whirlpool and steam room and sauna.
  • The 24-hour room service and two gourmet on-site restaurants.
  • Located in the Polanco District, near Chapultepec Castle, National Auditorium and Teotihuacan.

Star Rating: 5*
Price: USD 249 – USD 1,058
Guest Rating: 9.1
Address: Andres Bello 29, Polanco Chapultepec, Mexico City, Mexico

Hilton Mexico City Reforma

Photo| Hilton Mexico City Reforma | Provided by HILTON MEXICO CITY REFORMA

Overlooking Alameda Central, Hilton Mexico City Reforma is set in the historic downtown area. The entry-level 1 King Bed features a large work desk, blackout curtains and flat-screen TV, while 2 Double Beds appeal to families and large groups with two double-size beds. For a living room with panoramic city views, upgrade to a King Bed Master Suite. 

The 25-metre-long rooftop pool and lavish spa offer welcomed respite. Enjoy international cuisine at Los Dones or authentic Mexican favourites at El Cardenal, then order late-night dessert from room service or sip a classic cocktail at the Lobby Bar.

Hotel Highlights

  • Mediterranean cuisine, 6th-floor city views and a Sunday Buffet at Terraza Alameda.
  • A private heliport, rooftop lap pool and luxury spa with a whirlpool.
  • Within three kilometres of the archaeological artefacts in Templo Mayor.

Star Rating: 5*
Price: USD 145 – USD 1,174
Guest Rating: 9
Address: Avenida Juarez #70, Mexico City Historic Centre, Mexico City, Mexico

Barcelo Mexico Reforma

Photo| Barcelo Mexico Reforma | Provided by ICE PORTAL

About 20 minutes from Benito Juárez International Airport, Barcelo Mexico Reforma is within walking distance of the main shopping and financial districts. All rooms feature complimentary Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and city views, while Premium Level Superior Rooms include access to a private 12th-floor lounge. Upgrade to a Premium Level Suite for a separate living room,

Lounge by the 9th-floor pool or grab a pick-me-up at the lobby’s Starbucks. La Fontana restaurant serves traditional Italian cuisine, while Sonora Grill specialises in grilled meats. Don’t miss a visit to the exclusive spa, which has six massage rooms, a steam room, sauna and hot tub.

Hotel Highlights

  • The La Barberiashop & Spa, an old-time English Barbershop for haircuts and a shave.
  • National and international drinks served at the lobby-level Reforma Uno Bar.
  • Multiple on-site restaurants and bars, including an on-site Starbucks.

Star Rating: 5*
Price: USD 291 – USD 464
Guest Rating: 8.3
Address: Paseo de la Reforma 1, Tabacalera, Mexico City, Mexico

Le Meridien Mexico City

Le Meridien Mexico City offers a central location within walking distance of art galleries, shops and iconic monuments. Enjoy European-style cuisine and hand-crafted drinks in C’est La Vie or indulge in decadent desserts at Eclair at Le Meridien. Dive into the heated indoor pool or stay fit in the modern gym.

Overlooking Paseo de la Reforma, the pet-friendly suites boast separate living areas with sofa beds, 24-hour room service and soundproof windows. Upgrade to a Master Suite for a corner location and views of the historic Monument of the Revolution.

Hotel Highlights

  • Mexican dishes and a bistro atmosphere at La Gloriosa restaurant.
  • The Cocoa Chocolate Eclair with chocolate mousse filling and glaze at Eclair at Le Meridien.
  • A 20-minute walk from Museo Franz Mayer and Ballet Folklorico de Mexico.

Star Rating: 5*
Price: USD 259 – USD 327
Guest Rating: 9.1
Address: Paseo de la Reforma 69, Tabacalera, Mexico City, Mexico

Galeria Plaza Reforma

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Galeria Plaza Reforma is located in the Financial District, about 550 metres from the iconic Diana the Huntress Fountain. Budget-conscious travellers can stay in a Standard Room, which has a flat-screen TV, mini bar and air conditioning, while those looking for luxury will love the separate living room in the Master Suite.

Sunbathe with a cocktail at the poolside bar, then choose from Mediterranean and Mexican cuisine at Almara or connect with friends in the cosy Mood Bar. Head to Plaza Restaurant for stunning city views as well as buffet and a la carte dining options.

Hotel Highlights

  • Executive Rooms with complimentary daily breakfast and evening cocktails in the Brisas Business Club.
  • An outdoor pool surrounded by plush sun loungers.
  • A rooftop terrace with a bar and spectacular city views.

Star Rating: 5*
Price: USD 97 – USD 499
Guest Rating: 8.3
Address: Hamburgo 195, Roma Norte, Mexico City, Mexico

Sheraton Mexico City Maria Isabel

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Located downtown on the famed Reforma Avenue, Sheraton Mexico City Maria Isabel features an outdoor pool, fitness centre and sauna. You’re spoilt with choice with five on-site restaurants, including refined Italian cuisine at Ristorante Amici and live Mariachi music at Jorongo Bar.

Along with Reforma Avenue views, rooms boast desks, mini bars, flat-screen TVs and sitting areas. Treat yourself to a king-size bed and separate living and dining area in the Junior Suite or splurge on the 3 Bedroom Presidential Suite with a furnished terrace.

Hotel Highlights

  • The NYC-inspired dining at Manhattan Deli Restaurant and Japanese delicacies at Sushi Bar.
  • Club-level rooms with complimentary food and drinks and butler services.
  • The heated outdoor pool open throughout the year.

Star Rating: 5*
Price: USD 208 – USD 481
Guest Rating: 8.5
Address: Paseo de la Reforma 325, Cuauhtemoc, Mexico City, Mexico

Krystal Grand Suites Insurgentes

Krystal Grand Suites Insurgentes

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Three kilometres from the Frida Kahlo Museum, Krystal Grand Suites Insurgentes offers a range of stylish, pet-friendly suites. You can work at the spacious desk in the Executive Suite, which also has satellite TV and air conditioning, as well as a small kitchen for preparing meals. Upgrade to a Junior Suite for two double-size beds.

Feeling hungry? Foodies will delight at the specialties at Reforma Uno Restaurant, which serves grilled meats in a Josper oven and has a ceviche car with fish and shellfish, complemented by seasonal toppings. Start your day with breakfast in the Lobby Restaurant, then work up a sweat in the fitness room or pick up a healthy snack at Take a Bite Restaurant.

Hotel Highlights

  • All rooms boast spacious living areas with kitchens and desks.
  • Grilled meats and fresh seafood at Reforma Uno Restaurant.
  • Within walking distance to the Carillo Gil Museum, Hellenic theatre and the del Carmen Museum. 

Star Rating: 5*
Price: USD 99 – USD 273
Guest Rating: 8.8
Address: 1991 Avenida Insurgentes Sur, Colonia Guadalupe Inn, San Angel, Mexico City, Mexico

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Culture and History Abound in Mexico City

A rich blend of historical attractions, art-filled museums and a renowned restaurant scene, Mexico City is a vibrant destination with something for everyone. Its collection of elegant hotels offers an array of alluring perks, including on-site restaurants, outdoor pools and upscale spas.

Where do you want to stay in Mexico City? Let us know in the comments below.

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