Looking for a 5-star hotel in Mexico City? This round-up includes some of the best 5-star hotels CDMX has to offer.
Whether you’re looking to splurge for a special occasion or simply prefer luxurious vacations, Mexico City has a solid selection of luxury hotels eagerly awaiting your stay.
Each of the properties covered below is committed to offering exceptional customer service. From full-service concierges to plush linens and beautifully designed spaces, each of these properties will make you feel pampered and comfortable.
As you’ll notice, Mexico City’s luxury hotels are situated in two parts of the city: Polanco and Reforma. Below, we’ll break down each of these neighborhoods to help you decide which location is right for you.
We’ll also outline the unique features of each 5-star hotel listed to help you select the perfect place for your stay in Mexico City.
Whatever works its way onto your Mexico City itinerary, you’ll be delighted to rest your head at one of these accommodations after a long day of soaking up the city!
- Comparison of Luxury Hotels in Mexico City
- List of Mexico City Luxury Hotels
- Which Mexico City Neighborhood is Best for You?
- Map of 5-Star Hotels in Mexico City
- Continue Planning Your Trip!
Comparison of Luxury Hotels in Mexico City
|Name||Neighborhood||Guest Rating ( /5 )||Book Here|
|Four Seasons Hotel Mexico City||Reforma||4.7||Check Rates|
|Las Alcobas||Polanco||4.8||Check Rates|
|The St. Regis Mexico City||Reforma||4.7||Check Rates|
|Hyatt Regency Mexico City||Polanco||4.6||Check Rates|
|JW Marriott Mexico City||Polanco||4.7||Check Rates|
|Sofitel Mexico City Reforma||Reforma||4.8||Check Rates|
List of Mexico City Luxury Hotels
1. Four Seasons Hotel Mexico City
Despite being just a few steps from one of Mexico City’s main thoroughfares, Avenida Reforma, The Four Seasons offers a peaceful refuge in the middle of the city. This stunning hotel is built around a lush green courtyard filled with tropical plants, romantic string lights, and a central fountain.
The hotel’s guest rooms feature premium bedding, LCD televisions, equipped with cable, DVD players, and free WiFi. Rooms also include luxurious bathrobes and complimentary toiletries.
On the property, you’ll find a rooftop pool, a health club, a fitness center, a business center, two restaurants, and two lounges. There are also on-site boutiques, transportation services, and a multilingual concierge to assist you with anything you need.
This luxury hotel is just a short stroll from Chapultepec Park, one of Mexico City’s must-visit attractions. It is also just a short walk (or an even shorter drive) to Roma Norte or Condesa, two of Mexico City’s most beloved neighborhoods, packed with delectable eateries, boutiques, and more.
2. Las Alcobas Mexico City
“Loved everything! Quiet, beautifully appointed, outstanding service, wonderful breakfast, and great coffee! Not one complaint. Las Alcobas is a gem!”
With reviews like that, what more do you need to know?
Located in Mexico City’s upscale Polanco neighborhood, Las Alcobas is a 5-star boutique hotel offering 35 stunning guest rooms in a smoke-free environment.
Each room is equipped with luxurious Italian bedding, a flat-screen television with satellite channels and Netflix, a BOSE surround sound system, and free WiFi.
Guest rooms are also outfitted with an in-room spa consisting of a rain shower and a jacuzzi tub. Complimentary toiletries are provided, including an assortment of locally made soaps.
Las Alcobas also has a full-service concierge, transportation services, pre-arrival services such as airport arrival assistance. The luxury treatment begins before you even arrive!
Nearby attractions include Chapultepec Park, the Soumaya Museum, and many popular Polanco eateries, such as Jaleo Tapas Bar and the popular ice cream chain Nevería Roxy.
3. The St. Regis Mexico City
Situated 31 stories above the incredible Avenida Reforma, The St. Regis Hotel offers beautifully appointed rooms and state-of-the-art amenities designed to highlight the local culture.
Guest rooms at The St. Regis feature floor-to-ceiling windows offering incredible views of the expansive city. The beds are outfitted with luxurious linens, and the marble bathrooms only add to the elegant atmosphere.
This luxury hotel is also host to 5 restaurants and a coffee shop and offers 24-hour room service, meaning you’ll never wonder where your next meal is coming from.
There are plenty of other amenities to enjoy as well, including a fitness center, a spa, an indoor pool, boutiques, and much, much more.
Located along the Paseo de Reforma, The St. Regis is only minutes away from many Mexico City attractions, including the Angel of Independence Monument, Chapultepec Park, and a host of shopping and dining opportunities.
4. Hyatt Regency Mexico City
The stunning Hyatt Regency is located in the Polanco neighborhood and offers 755 guest rooms equipped with luxury linens, breathtaking views, and thoughtful touches to make guests feel at home.
The hotel amenities include 3 restaurants, a pool, a 24-hour fitness center, tennis courts, a business center, meeting rooms, lounges, and more. There is also an on-site spa.
The Hyatt Regency is also home to the Amado bakery, an artisanal bakery offering sandwiches and other freshly-made treats to ensure your belly is always full.
The 24-hour concierge service and on-demand town car service will only add to the 5-star luxury this hotel has to offer.
Additionally, the Hyatt Regency is conveniently located near all kinds of attractions, including shopping, the National Auditorium, the National Museum of Anthropology, Chapultepec Park, and more.
5. JW Marriott Mexico City
“Great hotel and service was impeccable. Best place to stay in Mexico City. The views from the room were amazing.”
Guests repeatedly praise the excellent service, beautiful rooms, and fabulous location of this 5-star hotel in Mexico City’s Polanco neighborhood.
The JW Marriott incorporates sophisticated design and high-end finishes to create a luxurious and relaxing refuge within Mexico City.
Guest rooms are equipped with premium bedding, ergonomic workstations, flat-screen TVs, and beautiful marble bathrooms. Rooms also boast gorgeous views of Mexico City. Unfortunately, in-room WiFi is not complimentary, but it is available for free in communal areas.
The JW Marriott holds one restaurant, called Xanat Bistro & Terraza, where you can enjoy classic Mexican food with a modern twist. You will also find a health club, an indoor and an outdoor pool, and an on-site spa.
From this hotel’s location in Polanco, you are within walking distance of Chapultepec Park, the National Museum of Anthropology, and a host of shops and restaurants.
6. Sofitel Mexico City Reforma
The sleek and stylish Sofitel Mexico City incorporates French and Mexican influences in its retro-modern design.
The spacious guest rooms feature floor-to-ceiling windows offering expansive views over Mexico City. The sleek furnishings contrast beautifully with wood accents and bold patterns, and marble bathrooms add to the luxurious feel.
The Sofitel is home to 5 bars and restaurants, each offering a unique style. The Cityzen Rooftop Kitchen specializes in signature cocktails and French/Mexican cuisine while providing sweeping views of the Avenida Reforma from the 38th floor.
Meanwhile, the Sofitel’s Balta Restaurant fuses Meditteranean and Mexican cuisine for an unforgettable dining experience.
The Sofitel also offers a fitness center, pool, and L’Occitane Spa, where guests can enjoy treatments inspired by both pre-Hispanic and French traditions.
Which Mexico City Neighborhood is Best for You?
While both Reforma and Polanco are fantastic areas for a stay in Mexico City, I thought I’d highlight some of the main features of each to help you determine which is best for you.
Mexico City’s Avenida Paseo de la Reforma is one of the main thoroughfares in the center of Mexico City. It connects Mexico City’s Centro Historico to Chapultepec Park and the neighborhood of Polanco.
The Reforma hotels listed above are situated between Chapultepec Park and Centro Historico. Along this stretch of Reforma, there are many important, noteworthy monuments for which Mexico City is known, most notably, the Angel of the Independence.
Reforma is also an important business district, home to many international hotel chains, embassies, shopping centers, and more. With easy access to Chapultepec Park, the Centro Historico, and everything that lies in between, Reforma puts you within minutes of some of the city’s most prominent attractions.
Often referred to as the Beverly Hills of Mexico City, Polanco is an upscale neighborhood on the Northwest side of Chapultepec Park.
Polanco is home to Mexico City’s most elite shopping and renowned high-end eateries, such as Pujol. It is also host to several impressive art galleries and museums, including the Soumaya Museum, which was founded by Carlos Slim and holds a collection spanning 30 centuries.
Polanco has gorgeous architecture and lovely tree-lined streets, which give it a peaceful and welcoming atmosphere. While Polanco does have a business district, in which many hotels are located, overall, the atmosphere in this neighborhood is much more laidback than in the more central Reforma area.
Map of 5-Star Hotels in Mexico City
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