Tucked between historic facades on a tree-lined road in Mexico City's stylish Condesa neighborhood, the hotel fuses the spirit of its bohemian surroundings with a playfully simple design aesthetic.
Housed in a 1928 building, Condesa DF is filled from head to toe with custom furniture designed by Parisian designer India Mahdavi, stone tiles, and an abundance of local color. The feel is modern yet warm, hip but not haughty.
The 40 rooms and suites were inspired by the tranquility of monastic bedrooms—but without a lack of amenities, of course. The result is calming, airy spaces, some of which open onto wooden terraces, while, an overarching floral theme—visible on everything from cushion covers to chopstick wrappers—serves to enhance the relaxed, warm-weather vibe.
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.
Patio Room · Balcony Twin · Balcony Room
Audi House Car, A/C, rain showers, mini bar, LCD TV, Bluetooth speakers, telephone, safety box, bathroom amenities (MALIN+GOETZ).
Services include: free Wi-Fi, business center, bicycles, valet parking, security and Room Service.
A perfect fusion of Mexican and French cuisines is served in the green lung of the hotel. In a unique enclave, surrounded by trees and vegetation, Mexican Chef Antonio Balderas prepares a seasonal cuisine with a marked French technique.
The Patio is synonym of community. Daily, this space witnesses, guests from all over the world intermingle with neighbors, businessmen, architects and various celebrities creating a totally cosmopolitan atmosphere around a café. Its acclaimed Sunday brunch, which changes its gastronomic offer weekly, is a must if you are close to the Condesa neighborhood, or not.
* Pet-friendly space
With incredible views of Parque España and Chapultepec Castle, this triangular space stands out for its carefully chosen design, unmatched mixology and for having one of the best sushi bars in the city.
Coming from the Morimoto school, Japanese Chef Keisuke Harada presents a varied representation of Japanese dishes with light Mexican touches.
Rooftop · Top Suite · Boudoir · BREAKFAST ROOM · CULTURE ROOM · DINNING ROOM · DANCE FLOOR
The hotel offers various spaces that are suitable for private events. Our menus have a wide variety of options in terms of food, cocktails and open bar. Due to its design, it is a place that will never go out of style.
Between two historic neighborhoods
Hotel Condesa DF is located on the border between two historic neighborhoods: Condesa and Roma. Avenida Veracruz is literally the limit between one and the other, both with enormous heritage value. In both areas there is an extensive architectural heritage with styles as varied as Art Nouveau, Art Deco, Beaux Arts, Neoclassical, Neogothic and even Functionalist. There are few areas in the world where architecture, parks, public spaces, artistic spaces and an exemplary neighborhood life, coexist.
Visionaries and new opportunities
La Roma and La Condesa have been an important part of popular culture and national literature. Novels like Battles in the Desert by José Emilio Pacheco, The Vampire of the Roma Neighborhood by Luis Zapata, The Savage Detectives by Roberto Bolaño and recently the film Roma by Alfonso Cuarón, have portrayed life on the streets of these emblematic middle-class neighborhoods.
The best moment is the present
Today both Roma and Condesa are neighborhoods associated with art, design, music and creative life. Art galleries, fashion and design stores; architectural firms, bookstores, small theaters, bars and musical forums are part of the landscape of the area, in addition to a rich and varied gastronomic offer. A great chunk of the best restaurants reside in these two neighborhoods; all within walking distance.