Kicking Off Winter Holiday Season at Four Seasons Hotel Mexico City
The team at Four Seasons Hotel Mexico City welcomes the holiday season with heartfelt and exquisite holiday programming for all international guests. Being the first year that many are able to travel again, why not make this season a memorable one? Greeting the season in such a vibrant city will make it a colourful experience for the most wonderful time of the year.
Four Seasons Hotel Mexico City kicked off the holiday season with a live charity gala featuring renowned Mexican pianist Jorge Viladoms. The funds will support Jorge Viladoms’ Crescendo con la Música Foundation, which provides access to music for disadvantaged children, offering them the possibility to receive quality musical training. This concert turns Four Seasons Hotel Mexico City into a space where international artists can delight guests with their special performances and also transforms it into an unprecedented platform to support organisations that benefit those most in need.
A Selection of Exquisite Experiences
During December 2021 various brunches and special dinners will be held featuring traditional dishes and other delicious options with gourmet ingredients. In addition, a variety of special brunches will be served to enjoy a wide variety of delicious cuisine with Louis Roederer champagne and sparkling wine to taste.
For Christmas Eve, Four Seasons Hotel Mexico City has prepared a perfect Christmas dinner menu that highlights dishes such as Jerusalem artichoke cream, Emmental cheese and green apple, or a foie gras terrine, asparagus, brioche bread and granite mandarin with orange blossom.
For New Year’s Eve a special menu will be served in Zanaya where guests will be able to choose from delicious options such as a cone of salmon mousse, caviar and dill; rack of New Zealand lamb with pistachio crust, zucchini and feta cheese; and a delicious Turkish coffee custard with vanilla and chocolate to say goodbye to the old year and welcome in the new.
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