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Built in 1945 by the wealthy Don Santiago Medina, this well-located hotel in the Zona G joined the luxe international chain Four Seasons in 2015. The property, which was designed using the remnants of a colonial convent, has immaculately decorated rooms with hand-carved dressers and leather armchairs, plus all of the modern amenities you would expect at a Four Seasons hotel. The building was declared a national monument in 1985 for its unique Spanish- and French-inspired architectural style. All rooms are slightly different, but each has a spacious marble bathroom, a comfortable work area, and double-paned windows to keep out noise. Every floor has elegant sitting areas and balconies, and guests can enjoy a cup of coffee in any of the many terraces and courtyards. In this home away from home, you can dine in style in the intimate, atmospheric restaurant or on the beautiful rooftop terrace.