Condesa DF

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Courtesy of Condesa DF.

Condesa DF

Photo by Undine Prohl
Courtesy of Condesa DF.

Condesa DF

Photo by Undine Prohl
Courtesy of Condesa DF.

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Courtesy of Distrito Capital.

Photo by Undine Prohl
Courtesy of Distrito Capital.

Distrito Capital

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Courtesy of Distrito Capital.

Downtown Mexico

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Downtown Mexico

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Courtesy of Downtown Mexico.

Downtown Mexico

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Whitewaller Mexico City 2019: Where to Stay

If you’re traveling to Mexico City for ZONAMACO this week, then you’ll need a comfortable place to catch a little rest. Below, we’ve included some of our favorite hotels that we think you’ll love, too.

Downtown Mexico Photo by Undine Prohl
Courtesy of Downtown Mexico.

Downtown Mexico Centro Histórico
Nestled amidst the cobbled streets and colonial landmarks of Mexico City’s Centro Historico Borough, Grupo Habita transformed one of the area’s oldest residencies into a Bohemian-Chic spot that highlights the 17th century architecture and the city’s indigenous culture. The Downtown Hotel features 17 spacious rooms and suites, a rooftop bar, an outdoor breakfast patio, and beautiful art and murals, including Manuel Rodgriguez Lozano’s haunting work The Holocaust.

Whitewaller recommends: enjoying a cocktail and skyline views of the city’s historic center from the rooftop bar.

Condesa DF Photo by Undine Prohl
Courtesy of Condesa DF.

Condesa DF La Condesa
Housed within a Parisian style space built in 1928, the Condesa DF is located in the artsy La Condesa neighborhood facing the beautiful Parque España—making it the perfect central location for exploring Mexico City. Interiors by the renowned designer India Madhavi create a sense of intimate glamor, while architect Javier Sánchez’s restoration plans offer beautiful, unique spaces like corner suites with sunny street views and an inner patio, which is fashioned after traditional Mexican haciendas.

Whitewaller recommends: visiting El Patio, where you can taste chef César Castañeda’s Mexican-French fusion menu.

Photo by Undine Prohl 
Courtesy of Distrito Capital. Photo by Undine Prohl
Courtesy of Distrito Capital.

Distrito Capital Santa Fe
With cool, retro-modern interiors by Joseph Dirand, delicious on-site Mexican cuisine courtesy of chef Enrique Olvera, and panoramic views of Mexico City’s skyline, Distrito Capital will not disappoint. Whether you’re staying for business, pleasure, or a little bit of both, the hotel offers in-room working space and a conference room for all of your professional needs, while the open-air terrace and pool offer the perfect spot for an afternoon of relaxation.

Whitewaller recommends: booking the Royal Suite, where you can experience breathtaking views of the city from the comfort of your bathtub. 

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