It’s not difficult to imagine how fast the über cool Habita hotel entered the mindset (quickly followed by vocabulary) of Mexico City’s trendy urban set. Small hotel with attitude, furniture pieces like Eames chairs, and others from B&B Italia, TEN Arquitectos, Hermes toiletries, flat-screen TVs, rooftop chill bar, in-house urban Spa. Befitting the neighborhood of Polanco, Habita plays the trendsetting role like hand in glove.
Habita was the launchpad for Grupo Habita’s stellar hotel creation machine, and put Mexico (and the company) on the global design map. With an existing crop of half a dozen temples to coolness (and counting), it seems Grupo Habita is unstoppable. Habita was Mexico’s first design hotel, and still the one others try to emulate today.
Smack in the middle of all the action, luxury boutiques and the city’s best restaurants abound, Habita offers an unparalleled boutique hotel experience. The 32 luxurious rooms and 4 junior suites have been outfitted with every amenity imaginable.
The Aura Restaurant & Area Bar will further tickle guests’ palates with innovative cuisine, both venues will equally provide the ideal zone of comfort for every occasion. The rooftop Area Bar, with its imposing 12-foot long outdoor fireplace, redefines the modern concept of a roof–top bar. A favorite chill out place for Mexico City’s “beau monde”. Receptions and parties can be arranged at the Area Bar (150 people), at the Aqua VIP Pool Deck (80 people), or spread across both venues.
If you fancy pampering yourself instead, there’s the Aqua Spa for massages and beauty treatments. As well as a fully-equipped gym with sauna and jacuzzi. And you can always do some laps in the hotel’s refreshing roof-top lap pool.
Habita is located in the Polanco District of Mexico City, close to the Chapultepec Castle, the Modern Art Museum and the Historic City Center of Zócalo.