Habita Hotel

The Habita Hotel is set amid the stately buildings of the Polanco district of Mexico City. This radically modern refurbished hotel is designed with stylish furnishings and décor, and it is surrounded by frosted glass, which after dark makes the hotel resemble a paper lantern. With a large number of amenities, including exquisite rooms and the most popular nightlife spot in the area, the Habita could easily compete for the title of best accommodation in Mexico City. This hotel is the perfect option for guests seeking luxury lodging and will surely become a charming addition to the memories of their Mexico City vacation.

Serenity and elegance are the hallmarks of the Hotel Habita Mexico City. When viewed from the street level, the hotel appears to be extending into space, as the glass covered balconies not only provide privacy to guests, but enhance the outward appearance of the establishment. The modern décor continues within the lobby and throughout the entire hotel, including the rooftop bar, AREA, which is widely regarded as the place to see and be seen in the Polanco district. Among the more unusual structures in the district, Habita Hotel has easily become an attraction in its own right and a hot spot for tourists, especially those who are fond of seeing unique architectural designs and contemporary styles.

There are 36 guest units, including rooms and suites, and all offer some of the best accommodation in Mexico City. Guests will find every comfort from down pillows to the calming décor of the quarters. Although it was previously constructed in the colonial style, a white minimalist design has taken over the hotel, complemented by chic wooden floors. Amenities in each room include self-controlled heating and air conditioning, LCD TVs, 24-hour security and room service, minibars, safes, and goose-down pillows and comforters.

The Hotel Habita Mexico City offers an excellent range of guest services, in addition to its on-site restaurant and bar, including business services, a concierge, and recreational facilities. The business center is fully equipped, including internet connections and telephone services, and when they need to relax after a day of work, guests can go to the rooftop terrace, which boasts a fitness center, sauna and steam rooms, and a heated lap pool. There are also spa therapy options, including massages, available.

Habita also offers excellent options for fine food and drinks. The popular AREA bar is also located on the rooftop terrace, and the LOBBY and AURA restaurants are on the street level. AURA is an Asian fusion restaurant that’s decorated in a similar style to the overall hotel décor, and the LOBBY offers bistro-style cuisine in a casual atmosphere. In addition, if you’d rather try one of the off-site Mexico City restaurants, the hotel’s central location means numerous options for fine cuisine are within walking distance.

The Habita Hotel is one of the finest hotels in the city, and the funky, unique ambience is sure to make guests feel welcome. Those visitors in search of the best accommodation in Mexico City may find exactly what they are looking for at this luxurious accommodation. Whether you come for the stylish rooms, relaxing spa treatments, or access to one of the hottest bars in town, the Hotel Habita Mexico City is nearly a must-see attraction along with being a memorable accommodation option.

Image: Jaime Navarro
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