Hotel Habita Mexico City
Hotel Habita is a boutique hotel located in Mexico City's fashionable Colonia Polanco district. It is set in a building from the 1950s and wrapped in a sheath of frosted glass. The hotel offers a full-service spa, fitness centre, rooftop pool and a restaurant. Guest rooms (22-44 m2) come with a 32-inch flat-screen LCD TV, a minibar and an in-room safe. Some rooms have a private balcony. Member Design Hotels™.
• 36 rooms
• Hotel opened: 2000
• Architecture: TEN Arquitectos
• Interiors: Enrique Norten & Bernardo Gomez-Pimienta
• Unique: Angular, glass-encased, and appearing to levitate, the building is a work of contemporary art in its own right.
The DNA: Hotel Habita is the first hotel of the Grupo Habita, developed by Carlos Couturier and Moisés Micha. These two Mexican entrepreneurs from citrus farming and investment banking made the step to boutique hospitality and now own 15 local inspired properties in Mexico and the US.
✅Free parking possible on-site
• National Museum of Anthropology: 7-minute walk
• National Auditorium: 8-minute walk
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- pet friendly
- swimming pool
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