Downtown Mexico - Contemporary Baroque With Mescal On The SideDowntown  

This stylish renovation project has brought one of the oldest buildings in Mexico City back to life. Once the home of a high-office government don, it is now a bohemian-style hotel in an aesthetic that blends Spanish colonial, contemporary and indigenous mescal-color.

The rooftop bar has views of intricate churches, Torre Latino America, and the Casino Espanol. You can take a drink up there and then wipe-out in the pool and Jacuzzi. They specialize in serving the most Mexican of beverage, the Margarita. An original mural by acclaimed artist, Manuel Rodríguez Lozano entitled, “The Holocaust” strikes out across the main stairwell as you ascend to your room. It overlooks one of two courtyards, each a verdant explosion of green shades - one featuring an incredible vertical garden. The other half of the hotel is a hostel where you can stay in basic but stylish accommodation and get to know some other travelers.

Type: Design
Downtown Mexico hotel building
Downtown Mexico entrance
Downtown Mexico lobby
Downtown Mexico lounge
Downtown Mexico red sofas
Vintage elevator and a girl
Downtown Mexico room
Downtown Mexico rooftop terrace
Downtown Mexico bar
Rooftop terrace at night
Rooftop terrace with pool
Isabel la Católica 30, Centro, Cuauhtémoc, 06000 Ciudad de México, Distrito Federal, Mexico