Neoclassical hipness in Mexico City
This hotel is housed in a French neoclassical house refurbished with an eye for detail that has made owners, Grupo Habita famous worldwide. Set on a tree-lined street in Mexico City’s trendy artist neighborhood, La Condesa, this hotel is sandwiched between their rooftop Sushi bar and basement dance club. So you can dance until 3am and then wake up with a restorative smoothie delivered to your room. Parisian interior designer, India Mahdavi was responsible for the picturesque interiors you can see in these pictures. The inner courtyard serves tasty Mexican cuisine and coffee. Your room has a space-breathing high ceiling, artisan rug, walnut headboard, iPod dock and a TV with a screen so flat you could skim it across a lake. If you want peace and quiet you can shut two pairs of doors and your window shutters and get some shuteye before the exciting evening begins.