From the Four Seasons Hotel, Mexico, D F to the Hotel Marquis Reforma, these Mexico City group hotels all have 200+ rooms to their name.
These Mexico City group hotels, including the Four Seasons Hotel, Mexico, D F, are all used to hosting large groups of travelers.
Four Seasons Hotel, Mexico, D F
First up on our list of group hotels in the capital of Mexico, it’s the Four Seasons Hotel, Mexico, D F. It has 240 rooms and suites spread out across eight floors to its name; it last benefitted from a renovation in 2017.
A typically lavish five-star entry in the Four Seasons portfolio, the hotel is known for its charming and striking courtyard, its inviting rooftop pool and four eateries, from the informal Fifty Mils gastro bar to the opulent Il Becco Restaurant, serving sumptuous Italian cuisine.
Other useful service and amenities include a selection of on-site shops, a babysitting service, plus 24-hour in-room dining and customised itineraries of the city to suit you, whatever your needs.
Mexico City International Airport can be reached in 50 minutes by car.
Hotel Marquis Reforma
Next up, another stunning five-star: the Art Deco-style Hotel Marquis Reforma has 2018 rooms and suites, set across 11 floors.
Be sure to try the Mexican, Asian, Italian and Argentinian cuisine available – for example, the inventive Japanese Mexican fusion on offer at the Nick San restaurant – plus the spa area, where you can enjoy a range of treatments, plus fitness classes and a salon service.
The hotel is located on the Paseo de Reforma, a smart boulevard home to lavish eateries and chic boutiques.
The hotel is around 47 minutes by car from the airport.
JW Marriott Hotel Mexico City
With 312 rooms and suites across 26 floors, the JW Marriott Hotel Mexico City was last renovated in 2013.
Be sure to enjoy the high end Mexican and French food at eateries including Xanat Bistro and Brasserie Lipp, plus drinks on the picturesque terrace and a dip in the outdoor pool; business travellers, meanwhile, can also benefit from the eight event spaces available.
While in Mexico City, be sure to visit the National Museum of Anthropology; home to an array of fascinating Mayan artefacts, it is the seventh-largest museum in the world in terms of gallery space, covering 33,000 square metres.
The airport is 53 minutes away by car.
Hyatt Regency Mexico City
Finally on our Mexico group hotels round up is the Hyatt Regency Mexico City. It has a bumper 755 rooms and suites across 38 floors and was last renovated in 2015.
Dining options include the award-winning Japanese offerings at Yoshimi and Teppan Grill. Other hotel selling points include a fitness centre, an indoor swimming pool and outdoor sundeck and free wifi.
Mexico City International Airport is once again around 53 minutes away by car.
For some of Mexico City’s other major attractions, you must of course visit the Frida Kahlo Museum – which was once the home to Frida Kahlo, perhaps Mexico’s most famous artist! For art lovers, there’s also the Soumaya Museum, known for its extensive European art collection and its unforgettable asymmetrical exterior which is perfect for a selfie!
Stay tuned! In our post due next week we will talk to you about group hotels that are great for trips to Cuba you might be planning! Are you planning a group trip sometime in the near future? Then let’s make the booking!