Círculo Mexicano

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The Original Carlos Couturier and Moises Micha

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The Original Carlos Couturier and Moises Micha
Circulo Mexicano in Mexico
Exterior Facade Interior Design Circulo Mexicano in Mexico
Circulo Mexicano Interior Design in Mexico City
Circulo Mexicano Interior Design in Mexico City
Circulo Mexicano Interior Design in Mexico City
Circulo Mexicano Interior Design in Mexico City
Circulo Mexicano Interior Design in Mexico City
Circulo Mexicano Interior Design in Mexico City
Circulo Mexicano Interior Design in Mexico City
Circulo Mexicano Interior Design in Mexico City
Circulo Mexicano Interior Design in Mexico City
Circulo Mexicano Interior Design in Mexico City
Circulo Mexicano Interior Design in Mexico City
Circulo Mexicano Interior Design in Mexico City
Circulo Mexicano Interior Design in Mexico City
Circulo Mexicano Interior Design in Mexico City
Circulo Mexicano in Mexico
Exterior Facade Interior Design Circulo Mexicano in Mexico
Circulo Mexicano Interior Design in Mexico City
Circulo Mexicano Interior Design in Mexico City
Circulo Mexicano Interior Design in Mexico City
Circulo Mexicano Interior Design in Mexico City
Circulo Mexicano Interior Design in Mexico City
Circulo Mexicano Interior Design in Mexico City
Circulo Mexicano Interior Design in Mexico City
Circulo Mexicano Interior Design in Mexico City
Circulo Mexicano Interior Design in Mexico City
Circulo Mexicano Interior Design in Mexico City
Circulo Mexicano Interior Design in Mexico City
Circulo Mexicano Interior Design in Mexico City
Circulo Mexicano Interior Design in Mexico City
Circulo Mexicano Interior Design in Mexico City
—A storied building with an eye to the future, Círculo Mexicano captures the essence of its neighborhood through design while contributing greatly to its social scene.

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    Rooms 25 /Architecture Ambrosi Etchegray /Interior Design Ambrosi Etchegray /The Original Carlos Couturier and Moises Micha

    Inside a former palace, Círculo Mexicano resembles a traditional Mexican townhouse defined by its original architectural elements and the young spirit of its Downtown Mexico City locale. The birthplace of famous Mexican photographer Manuel Álvarez Bravo—whose work is now exhibited throughout—and the former residence of priests from the Metropolitan Cathedral, it is now a showcase for furniture by local design studio La Metropolitana. Guests are led to their rooms through private patios and ash-wood doors, while central patio floors of basalt stone nod to both the Centro Histórico district and the volcanoes surrounding Mexico City. Renowned Mexican chef Gabriela Cámara, responsible for such dining establishments as Contramar, stands at the helm of the property’s two restaurants—one offering traditional service and the other a café during the day and a bar at night. A barber shop, art gallery, and a Simple by Trista fashion outlet by Giovanni Estrada and José Alfredo Silva also await on property.

    Nearest Airport
    MEX - Mexico City International Airport
    Food & Drink
    Restaurant: French cuisine combined with Mexican ingredients & rooftop bar
    Spa & Recreation
    Rooftop pool, complimentary bikes for rent

    Rooms & Suites

    The rooms and suites span from 20 to 75 square meters and all play host to a king-size bed. While most of the guestrooms also feature a private patio, the Junior Suite, Corner Suite, and Master Suite offer one, two, and three balconies, respectively. The latter also boasts a freestanding bathtub, with all other guestrooms offering minimalistic rain showers.

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    INTERIOR DESIGN
    AMBROSI ETCHEGARAY

    Doors and windows of ash wood set the scene for the nude color palette that characterizes the interior spaces, while furnishings by local design firm La Metropolitana include a number of pieces inspired by the Shaker movement. Oaxacan textiles and weaved palm also feature throughout the property and reference local design heritage.

    ARCHITECTURE

    AMBROSI ETCHEGARAY

    This traditional Vecindad layout was born in the early 20th century when it was common for elite housing to be converted into smaller dwellings for multiple families. The property is a reinterpretation of this traditional Mexican patio-centric house, with a central open space and rooftop pool and bar-restaurant serving as gathering spaces for the community and private patios leading to guestrooms.

    ARCHITECTURE
    AMBROSI ETCHEGARAY

    This traditional Vecindad layout was born in the early 20th century when it was common for elite housing to be converted into smaller dwellings for multiple families. The property is a reinterpretation of this traditional Mexican patio-centric house, with a central open space and rooftop pool and bar-restaurant serving as gathering spaces for the community and private patios leading to guestrooms.

    INTERIOR DESIGN
    AMBROSI ETCHEGARAY

    Doors and windows of ash wood set the scene for the nude color palette that characterizes the interior spaces, while furnishings by local design firm La Metropolitana include a number of pieces inspired by the Shaker movement. Oaxacan textiles and weaved palm also feature throughout the property and reference local design heritage.

    MADE BY ORIGINALS

    CARLOS COUTURIER & MOISÉS MICHA

    For Carlos Couturier and Moisés Micha, building hotels that reflect their surroundings is more than just a job—it’s a passion that drove these two Mexican entrepreneurs from citrus farming and investment banking to boutique hospitality. “Even if we’re successful at something, we don’t repeat it,” Couturier says. “We like this sense of passion and audacity.” Their Grupo Habita collection has grown to comprise of very diverse properties, including a handful of Design Hotels™ member hotels across Mexico and the U.S. Ambitious, fun-loving and well-traveled, the dynamic duo was awarded ‘Team of the Year 2011’ by FIZZZ Magazine.

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      • Breakfast included
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    Círculo Mexicano

    Republica de Guatemala 20
    Mexico City, 06000
    Mexico

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