Often compared to New York’s SoHo, Condesa is seen as one of Mexico City’s trendier areas. Characterized by timeworn colonial architecture, cosmo-cool drinking spots, and green parks dotted with natty young Mexicans and internationals, the crowd’s relationship with the area is symbiotic and forever changing: vibrant, fresh, and capturing the city’s transition.
MEX - Internacional Benito Juarez Airport
Nearest train station
Mexico City Buenavista Station
Spa & Recreation
Jacuzzi, health club, massages, sauna, and sun beds
Food & Drink
El Patio serves experimental French-Mexican fusion cuisine, while Arriba offers Japanese-Mexican food on the fourth-floor terrace
Conference & Meetings
Event spaces include a terrace for up to 170 people, a private dining room, a boudoir perfect for intimate meetings, and a versatile dance floor
Bicycles for rent
What do distinct hues such as Maya blue, Aztec red, and Quetzal green tell you about this fascinating land? It has everything to do with its past, present, and future.