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Downtown Mexico

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  • Food & Drink

    Restaurant and rooftop bar

  • Spa & Recreation

    Rooftop pool and complimentary bicycle hire

  • Conference & Meetings

    2 event spaces

  • Architecture

    Serrano & Cherem Arquitectos

  • Interior design

    Paul Roco

  • The Originals

    Carlos Couturier, Moisés Micha

  • Themes

    History

  • Food & Drink

    Restaurant and rooftop bar

  • Spa & Recreation

    Rooftop pool and complimentary bicycle hire

  • Conference & Meetings

    2 event spaces

Colonial grandeur meets an industrial edge with stripped-back rooms rich in bohemian-chic elegance at a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

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Architecture Serrano & Cherem Arquitectos

Downtown Mexico in Mexico City

Architecture Serrano & Cherem Arquitectos

Housed in a magnificent palace, the fully renovated Downtown Mexico showcases the building’s original beauty.

The architecture and interior design efforts were led by Serrano & Cherem Arquitectos. The firm’s previous projects include several residential and commercial designs throughout Mexico City, such as the award-winning El Japonez restaurant, for which the firm won the National Award for Interior Design.

Interior design Old meets new

The rooms and suites possess a paired-down and raw industrial edge...

while components of the original building, such as the high-vaulted brick ceilings, add a sense of drama, and light wooden detailing and tiled floors keep the spaces feeling chic. From this sun-soaked hotel guests can relax in luxurious baths, take in views of historical buildings and the cobbled streets below, or simply relax at the pool while sipping a drink from the bar.

Downtown Mexico in Mexico City
Downtown Mexico Made By Originals

The Originals Carlos Couturier & Moisés Micha

“We always read the surroundings and their traditions to integrate local culture into our projects.” Carlos Couturier

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City Centro Histórico

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City Centro Histórico

The “historic center” is the capital’s cultural nucleus, packed with colonial artifacts, museums, and galleries.

History Beauty reborn

Known as the “Palacio de los Condes de Miravalle”, the building sits next to other colonial landmarks in this UNESCO site.

One of the oldest residences in the area that still maintains a particular Mexican viceregal style, the 17-room property blends elements of the colonial with local, indigenous culture.

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Location

Location

Americas
Mexico
Mexico City

Downtown Mexico
Isabel la Catolica, 30
Mexico City 6000
Mexico

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  • Temperature today

    15°C / 59°F