Located in the Condesa neighborhood of Mexico City, the hotel was a collaborative effort of Jennie Yip, Jonathan Morr, Grupo Habita, and French designer India Mahdavi. Condesa DF Hotel is a playful hotel with a strong food and beverage program, spa, and workplace for the locals. The four-year process was a labor of love from sourcing local artisans for tabletop, furniture, and local community partnerships in bringing the vibrant program to the neighboring hotel.
“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 young Mexicans and internationals, the relationship with the area is symbiotic and forever changing: vibrant, fresh, and capturing the city’s transition.”
– Condesa DF Hotel website
Built-in 1928, the 40-rooms and suites, four-story building has been creatively redefined by Paris-based designer India Mahdavi, from a central bus station to a modern hotel.
The central courtyard acts as the central gathering place of the hotel with an indoor and outdoor seating. From restaurant and bar to the rooftop lounge, the entire hotel serves as a local hang-out full of daily programming.
El Patio is the main food and beverage hub for the hotel with a 75 seat restaurant with indoor and outdoor seating and a stylish bar.
La Terraza, the rooftop lounge is one of Mexico City’s best spaces serving the best sushi and curated cocktails in the city.
From 7 am to 11 pm, room service is available for hotel guests.