Last Updated on January 20, 2024 by Katrina

Photo credit: JW Marriott Hotel Mexico City

As both a business hub and a magnet for shopping and dining, Mexico City has a flair for luxury that translates well into its hotel options. Choose from hotels in hip neighborhoods such as La Roma, Cuauhtémoc or La Condesa, or go straight for super-luxury in Polanco, considered the Beverly Hills of Mexico City. These five best luxury hotels in Mexico City offer both easy convenience and easy living.

Four Seasons Hotel Mexico City (Av. Paseo de la Reforma 500; 52-55-5230-1818) , Cuauhtémoc

Fodors calls this eight-story Four Seasons “among the most luxurious hotels in the capital, modeled after the 18th-century Iturbide Palace.” Since it’s on a busy intersection, this is not a pedestrian-friendly area, but you’ll be happy to stay put and enjoy the spa and swimming pool. “The room was well appointed and the staff attentive and accommodating,” says one Google reviewer. “My wife said the Old Fashioned was the best she’s ever had. The courtyard is a beautiful feature and our room looked out upon it. The drawback is that the echo from courtyard makes enough noise that a late afternoon siesta is all but impossible.” >> Book this hotel for less

St. Regis Mexico City (Av. Paseo de la Reforma 439; 52 55 5228 1818) Cuauhtémoc

This 189-room hotel is “just a short stroll from the expansive Bosque de Chapultepec park,” says Travel+ Leisure, “and an ideal home base for exploring the breadth of the sprawling city, particularly must-visit neighborhoods like Condesa, Polanco, and Roma.” The hotel offers perks such as butler service, but a few Tripadvisor users say the hotel could use a little updating. “Our suite was large, very spacious,” says one. “However … the suite walls, fridge, TV, furniture, bathrooms, lighting etc. can all use some TLC. The view was lovely.” >> Book this hotel for less

Las Alcobas, a Luxury Collection Hotel, Mexico City (Av. Pdte. Masaryk 390; 52 55 3300 3900) Polanco

You’ll feel like you’re staying in your own pied-à-terre at this 35-room boutique hotel in the posh Polanco neighborhood. Fodors likes it for its “personalized service—butler service is available to each guest—and a perfect location in the middle of Polanco’s most exclusive street.” One Tripadvisor user agrees, calling the street “the ‘Rodeo Drive’ of Mexico City,” and gave props to the “well-equipped and high-tech rooms with luxury touches, like the Jacuzzi tub.” >> Book this hotel for less

JW Marriott Hotel Mexico City (Andrés Bello 29; 52-55-5999-0000) Polanco

This outpost of the JW Marriott brand offers a lovely setting for both leisure and business travelers, with close access to Museum of Anthropology. “Between the floor-to-ceiling windows, plush furniture, pillow-top mattresses, and large marble bathrooms, you’ll find every comfort imaginable,” says Condé Nast Traveler, which adds that the rooftop pool has “beautiful views of the city.” One Google reviewer says: “Our room had a stunning view of Mexico City’s auditorium, and the pool was amazing for the hot days. The food was absolutely delicious and the vibe was amazing.” >> Book this hotel for less

Presidente Intercontinental Mexico City (Campos Elíseos 218; 52-55-5327-7700) Polanco

This 700-room hotel offers six on-site restaurants and easy access to sights such as the National Auditorium and Chapultepec Park and Castle. “Shiny floors and plush furniture greet you in this luxury hotel in Polanco (a.k.a. the Beverly Hills of Mexico City),” writes Condé Nast Traveler. “Rooms offer sweeping city views plus traditional Mexican touches. ” Online, some reviewers say that décor feels dated and rooms are small, but the location wins out. “Our room had stunning views of the park, which was a short walk away for many of the popular museums,” say a Tripadvisor user. “The neighborhood was also lively, with many highly rated restaurants, bars, and shopping.” >> Book this hotel for less