Four Seasons Hotel Mexico DF
In the past decade, this sprawling capital city of Mexico has shifted its reputation from being dirty, crowded and dangerous, and morphed into a hotbed of worldclass museums, cutting-edge modern architecture, top fashion and a culinary scene to rival most major European cities.
With a population of 21 million in a city that envelops close to 600 square miles, getting around and seeking refuge in this bustling metropolis is mandatory when visiting. As you walk along the tree-lined Paseo de la Reforma, the wide boulevard designed in the 1860s on the orders of Emperor Maximilian von Habsburg to resemble Avenue Louis of his wife’s native Brussels, the Four Seasons Hotel México DF feels more like entering a tranquil villa in a grand European enclave and not a hotel in the heart of the chaotic Mexican city.
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