If you are in Mexico City for Habitat Expo, search no more! Here are the top 5 Historic Hotels to crash in!
Habitat Expo starts today and this Mexican trade show joins design lovers, architects, interior designers and other professionals in Mexico city.
You will be able to see the latest trends of interior and exterior décor, new projects and much more! But besides that, you will have time to spend some amazing quality time in this tropical place! See the 5 historic hotels in Mexico City that Vintage Industrial Style’s Blog has chosen for you to crash in!
Zócalo Central Hotel
The Zócalo Hotel is a stunning building from the 1890s. With many of its rooms and suites looking out directly onto Mexico City’s main square which is also the second largest square in the world, the Plaza de la Constitución (Zócalo), the Zócalo Central hotel is perfectly located in the heart of the Historic Center.
Hotel de Cortés
Hotel de Cortés is a luxury boutique hotel, within a building which dates back to 1620. It is located opposite Mexico City’s oldest park, Alameda Central, and is close to many central historical landmarks. Views of the Alameda Central can be seen from the hotel’s bar and lounge, where there is an excellent selection of martinis and cocktails as well as a sushi bar and tapas, whilst the restaurant offers Mediterranean cuisine. Hotel de Cortés prides itself on its contemporary style and professionalism, which mirror its elegance and sophistication.
The Hotel Isabel is an attractive and convenient hotel, just a short walk away from the Metropolitan Cathedral and the Zócalo. With a colorful central courtyard and columns, this hotel has a folkloric Mexican essence about it. The restaurant offers good, satisfying meals; however, the bar is what adds a special touch to the hotel. It is very lively, full of friendly locals and is popular with local groups and bands that perform and share their music there. The staff at the hotel is friendly and helpful, the rooms are clean and some even have a balcony, perfect to enjoy the cool Mexican twilight.
The Hotel Catedral gets its name for the views it has of the Cathedral from its quiet backrooms. The Hotel Catedral’s restaurant offers an extensive evening menu as well as a traditional Mexican breakfast buffet, although the chef even prepares breakfasts à la carte. The rooms are very spacious and some have a balcony.
A relaxed atmosphere makes guests feel welcome at Hotel Gillow, one of the oldest hotels in Mexico City. Its central location means that the main attractions are easily accessible – the Plaza de la Constitución and the Metropolitan Cathedral are only two streets away. The rooms have recently been refurbished, some of which have balconies. The decor is traditional, with its warm reds and oranges, red being the national color of Mexico. Tradition continues in the restaurant, where the dinner menu is faithful to authentic recipes and where breakfast is plentiful.
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