Photo Credit: Four Seasons

Mexico City is a huge, bustling city with more than 8.8 million residents. And while that may seem loud and chaotic, Mexico City also features some of the most relaxing spas and romantic hotels in the world. Whether you’re planning an anniversary trip or a simple weekend getaway, Mexico City will provide all of the ambiance. All you need to do is show up!

The Four Seasons
Paseo de la Reforma 500
Cuauhtémoc, Juárez, 06600
Ciudad de México, D.F., Mexico
+52 55 5230 1818
www.fourseasons.com/mexico

The Four Seasons is a high-end romantic choice in any city, so it is guaranteed to be one of the best places to stay in Mexico City as well. The hotel features gorgeous fountains, a private courtyard and unbeatable amenities – including a full spa. Voted one of the top 25 Mexico City hotels by Trip Advisor, the Four Seasons offers 240 tasteful, clean rooms with full marble bathrooms. So slip into one of the complimentary bathrobes and enjoy a relaxing, stress-free trip with your loved one.

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Las Alcobas Mexico
Presidente Masaryk 390A
Polanco, 11560
Ciudad de México, D.F., Mexico
+52 55 3300 3900
www.lasalcobas.com

Las Alcobas is another quality hotel choice for couples. The soft, warm lighting and decor will certainly add a romantic air to a trip to Mexico City. The hotel strives to make the hotel atmosphere as comfortable and cozy as possible, in fact, one of the company philosophies is to create the “mantra of home.” The luxury mattresses and hypoallergenic imported Italian linens make this “home” feel incredibly luxurious. There are even handmade soaps in every bathroom. And don’t forget the onsite spa which offers the full array of ultra-relaxing treatments.

Gran Hotel Ciudad de Mexico
Av. 16 de Septiembre No. 82
Cuauhtémoc, Centro, 06000
Ciudad de México, D.F., Mexico
+52 55 1083 7700
www.granhotelciudaddemexico.com.mx

Celebrating a special occasion with your loved one? The Gran Hotel is the most breathtaking place to stay in the city, featuring stunning stained glass ceilings, an elaborate colonial facade and picturesque balconies. And considering it is one of the classiest establishments in the city, the Gran Hotel is surprisingly affordable – starting at just $139 per night! The hotel is located in the heart of the city, in short walking distance from some of the major city sites including the Palacio de Bellas Artes and the National Palace.

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Live Aqua Mexico City Hotel & Spa
Av. Paseo de los Tamarindos No.98
Col. Bosques de las Lomas, 05120
Ciudad de México, D.F., Mexico
+52 55 9177 8400
www.liveaqua.com/mexico-city

If you want to take your sweetheart to the ultimate spa vacation, Live Aqua Mexico is definitely the place to go. This unique venue seamlessly blends the spa and hotel experiences for the ambiance of complete serenity. The hotel tells guests that their “desires create their experiences.” What is more romantic than that? Live Aqua is sophisticated and modern and features a high-end restaurant with over 300+ Mexican tequilas and whiskeys available. Live Aqua is the perfect place to unwind in such a large and bustling city.

Hotel Villa Condesa
Colima 428, Roma Norte
Ciudad de México, D.F., Mexico
+52 55 5211 4892
www.villacondesa.com.mx

Yet another romantic hotel is the Villa Condesa in the heart of the Condesa neighborhood, just west of the city center. Condesa is known for its young, hip population, so it is a fun place to get lost in the busy and bustling culture of the town. Villa Condesa is a smaller hotel that really tries to create a personalized experience. The hotel only has 15 rooms, and the common spaces are warmly decorated with bright colors and old wood accents that really play up the cozy, low-key atmosphere of Villa Condesa. This hotel is perfect for couples that love to explore together and really want to see the culture of Mexico City.

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