Some would argue the Reforma area is one of the best locations to stay in Mexico City.

Not only are there a number of stunning 5-star hotels, but there’s also plenty to do.

It’s home to cultural attractions, heaps of restaurants, bars and shops.

Most of the hotels, especially the luxurious ones, are situated on the Paseo de le Reforma.

We’ll highlight the best properties with spas, swimming pools, and other deluxe facilities.

Whether you’re travelling as a family or couple, check out these 5-star hotels in Reforma before you visit.

1. Sofitel Mexico City Reforma 

Smack bang in the middle of historic Reforma avenue, is the vibrant Sofitel Hotel.

Whilst it exudes a chic French style, it still boasts a lively Mexican culture.

There are 275 guest rooms, 56 of which are plush suites.

All have sweeping views of Mexico’s capital, flatscreen TVs, seating areas and private bathrooms.

When it comes to eating and drinking, you can choose from five onsite options.

One of their best is the rooftop restaurant.

They serve delicious French and Mexican cuisine alongside views of the Paseo de le Reform.

Other facilities include a lavish spa, a fitness center and a swimming pool located on the 38th floor.

  • Guest Rating: 9.5
  • Star Rating: 5 stars
  • Best Rooms: Prestige king suite
  • Address: 297 Avenue Paseo De La Reforma, 6500 Mexico City, Mexico

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2. The St Regis Mexico City 

This premier address sits 31 stories above the excitement of the city.

It seamlessly blends iconic luxury into the modern era.

Guests can expect a nod to rich local culture, a renowned butler service, and impeccably appointed accommodation.

If you book their luxury suites, you’re guarenteed a homely and comfy stay.

That’s not all, there are seven dining experiences from authentic Mexican to freshly baked pastries.

We recommend the 8-course dining menu at La Table Krug – Mexico City’s most exclusive French restaurant.

And to relax, there’s the Remede Spa, or you can enjoy a dip in the indoor pool.

  • Guest Rating: 9.3
  • Star Rating: 5 stars
  • Best Rooms: Luxury suite
  • Address: Paseo De La Reforma 439, 06500 Mexico City, Mexico

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3. Four Seasons Hotel Mexico City 

The iconic Four Seasons brands delivers a hacienda-style hotel.

It may be set on the grand boulevard of Paseo de le Reforma, but beyond the courtyard is a sanctuary away from the city.

There are plenty of room types to choose from and all are spacious and modern.

After a busy day guests can relax at the full-service spa, the fitness center or the outdoor pool.

Make sure you stop for a cocktail at Fifty Mils, the onsite bar, which has been voted one of the 50 Best Bars in the world.

One of the things we love about the Four Seasons brand is the experiences they can arrange for their guests.

Here, you can do anything from a tour of the Teotihuacan Pyramids, discovering local art or exploring intricate boutiques.

  • Guest Rating: 9.2
  • Star Rating: 5 stars
  • Best Rooms: One-bedroom suite
  • Address: Paseo De La Reforma, 500 Colonia Juarez, 06600 Mexico City, Mexico

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4. Grand Fiesta Americana Chapultepec 

The Grand Fiesta is considered to be one of the country’s most beautiful hotels.

It’s situated in an excellent location overlooking Chapultepec Park.

Spacious and air-conditioned rooms are adorned in modern décor and have fabulous views of Chapultepec Castle.

For a spot of R&R, Spa 19th is the perfect place to enjoy some downtime and pampering.

Expert therapists deliver facials, massages, and beauty treatments in the sophisticated atmosphere.

Onsite Azur restaurant is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner – or room service is also available.

If you’d prefer to dine offsite, the hotel is located near some of the best restaurants in the city.

There’s a full concierge service who can help with restaurant recommendations, reservations and much more.

  • Guest Rating: 9.1
  • Star Rating: 5 stars
  • Best Rooms: Junior suite
  • Address: Hotel Mariano Escobedo 756 Colonia Anzures, 11590 Mexico City, Mexico

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5. Barceló Mexico Reforma 

This large establishment has 505 perfectly appointed rooms.

Neutral rooms have flatscreen TVs with cable, desks, and private bathrooms.

The hotel merges the modernity of the city with traditional Mexican spirit and culture.

Onsite, there’s a museum and shop on tequila and Mexican crafts, a hairdresser, and a travel agency.

A heated pool, spa and fitness center can be found at the wellness club.

When it comes to dining, this hotel really excels with a selection of restaurants serving everything from Italian to Japanese.

Our favorite is perhaps the B-Market Gourmet which sells a selection of handmade products such as chocolate, sauces, wines and coffee beans.

  • Guest Rating: 9.0
  • Star Rating: 5 stars
  • Best Rooms: Superior suite
  • Address: Paseo de la Reforma #1, Col. Cuauhtemoc, 06030 Mexico City, Mexico

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6. Hotel Marquis Reforma  

The Hotel Marquis Reforma is the only hotel in Mexico City that is a member of The Leading Hotels of the World.

Accommodations reflect art deco style and the cosmopolitan city.

Each room contains cable TV, a minibar and bathrooms with LOccitane toiletries.

We especially love the Sky Suites which are kitted out in Carrara marble with double-height ceilings and unique views.

Home to one of the best spas in Mexico City, the Spa Marquis is more than 16,000 square feet.

As well as a menu with signature treatments, there’s a hydrotherapy tub, Swiss shower and beauty salon.

Other facilities include a 15m indoor swimming pool and fitness center with crossfit area.

There are three restaurants to choose from: traditional Mexican, Spanish fare and traditional Japanese robatayaki.

  • Guest Rating: 9.0
  • Star Rating: 5 stars
  • Best Rooms: King suite with spa bath
  • Address: Paseo de la Reforma 465, 06500 Mexico City, Mexico

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7. Sheraton Mexico City Maria Isabel 

This hotel is perfectly positioned on the Reforma Avenue.

Leaving the hotel one way leads you to the famed Bosque de Chapultepec, whilst the other direction takes you to many cultural monuments.

Back at the hotel, there’s a heated outdoor pool, fitness center and sauna.

There are five onsite restaurants including an Italian, Mexican, and a sushi bar.

You can also grab a cocktail, glass of wine or a casual beer at the welcoming Lobby Bar.

For a great night sleep, rooms and suites feature Sheraton Signature Sleep Experience beds.

The extra touches like spacious bathrooms, minibars, and cable channels makes this a great option for a relaxing stay.

  • Guest Rating: 8.9
  • Star Rating: 5 stars
  • Best Rooms: Corner suite
  • Address: Paseo de la Reforma 325, 06500 Mexico City, Mexico

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8. Hilton Mexico City Reforma 

One of the highlights of this high-rise hotel are the unbeatable city views from the rooftop pool.

That’s not all though, there’s also an indoor pool, hot tub and gym.

At the lavish spa, only the finest products are used for treatments and therapies.

To eat, guests can enjoy traditional Mexican cuisine at El Cardenal.

Or, try Sonora Grill Prime where the best cuts of beef are on offer.

Accommodations are spacious and elegant – many have city views.

We recommend the King Master Suite which is located in the north corner of the hotel.

From here, guests can enjoy panoramic views of the city from the private hot tub.

The hotel is set just a five-minute walk away from Reforma Avenue, and just over a mile from the Financial District.

  • Guest Rating: 8.7
  • Star Rating: 5 stars
  • Best Rooms: King master suite
  • Address: Avenida Juarez, 70, 06010 Mexico City, Mexico

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9. Hotel Geneve CD de Mexico 

Fancy staying at the most legendary hotel in the country?

Look no further than the Geneve Hotel which first opened its doors in 1907.

Architecture and décor are reminiscent of classic European style, and antiques still adorn the premises.

A string of famous faces including Sir Winston Churchill have previously enjoyed the privileged location and illustrious facilities.

Rooms decorated in classic, vintage style are set up for guest comfort.

F&B options include The Veranda Bistro restaurant which has a beautiful vertical garden.

The Phone Bar is a must: this place evokes London of the 60s.

You can enjoy a game of backgammon whilst enjoying a beverage.

Other facilities include a private cinema room, gym, spa and plenty of meeting facilities.

  • Guest Rating: 8.7
  • Star Rating: 5 stars
  • Best Rooms: Classic suite
  • Address: Londres 130, 06600 Mexico City, Mexico

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10. The Ritz-Carlton, Mexico City

This structure certainly stands out on the Paseo de le Reforma skyline.

It rises to 58 stories and offers sweeping views of Chapultepec Park or the city from each of the 153 accommodations.

Consisting of a variety of rooms and suites, some include access to the exclusive Club Lounge.

Luxury dining options include Samos, a Mediterranean-inspired bar and restaurant.

Highly recommended, you can expect an immersive open kitchen and chef table’s experience.

At the spa, treatments are inspired by indigenous traditions.

  • Guest Rating: 8.4
  • Star Rating: 5 stars
  • Best Rooms: 1 Bedroom Junior Suite
  • Address: Avenida Paseo de la Reforma 509, Cuauhtemoc, 6500 Mexico City, Mexico

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11. NH Collection Mexico City Reforma

This stately hotel has recently been refurbished.

There are 306 sleek and minimalist rooms on offer which have NH Sleep Better concept beds and pillow menus.

The pampering bathrooms have rainfall showers and NH Collection toiletries.  

We recommend asking for one on the upper floors as these offer some of the best views.

If you want to work out, there’s a modern gym and a swimming pool.

When stepping out, the Guest Relations team are on hand to help you explore the city’s hidden gems.

  • Guest Rating: 8.2
  • Star Rating: 5 stars
  • Best Rooms: Suite with view & terrace
  • Address: Liverpool 155, Zona Rosa, 06600 Mexico City, Mexico

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What’s the best 5-star spa hotel in Reforma?

The Spa Marquis at Hotel Marquis Reforma is one of the best in the city.

It spans more than 16,000 square feet and offers everything you need to relax and rejuvenate.

Expert therapists offer a full treatment and packages menu using products from the refined Natura Bisse brand.

You can also sit in the relaxation room, Jacuzzi, sauna, or steam room.

What’s the best 5-star hotel in Reforma with a swimming pool?

The Hilton Mexico City Reforma has two swimming pools.

One is on the rooftop and offers stunning views of the city.

There’s also an indoor pool and hot tub for guest use.

What is the best 5-star hotel in Reforma for families?

The St Regis Mexico City is a fabulous 5-star hotel for families.

Younger guests can enjoy VIC (Very Important Children) check-in.

They can fill in their own preference cards and are also treated to child-sized robes and slippers.

Weekends here are filled with family fun, from a candy trolley that strolls the lobby, to exciting activities in the Children’s Club on the 15th floor.

What’s the most romantic 5-star hotel in Reforma for couples?

The Sofitel Mexico City Reforma is one of the most highly-rated 5-star hotels in the city, perfect for couples.

There’s rooftop dining, a lavish spa, and rooms with superb views.

Make sure you book one of the suites that have luxury private bathtubs.


Reforma Mexico City HotelsBest Rooms
Sofitel Mexico City ReformaPrestige king suite
The St Regis Mexico CityLuxury Suite
Four Seasons Hotel Mexico CityOne-bedroom suite
Grand Fiesta Americana ChapultepecJunior suite
Barcelo Mexico ReformaSuperior suite
Hotel Marquis ReformaKing suite with spa bath
Sheraton Mexico City Maria IsabelCorner suite
Hilton Mexico City ReformaKing master suite
Hotel Geneve CD de MexicoClassic suite
The Ritz Carlton, Mexico City1 bedroom junior suite
NH Collection Mexico City ReformaSuite with view & terrace
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