Hotel Habita Monterrey

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The city of Monterrey lies at the foothills of Mexico’s storied Sierra Madre, surrounded on all sides by a breathtaking landscape of mountains, deserts, canyons and forests. In its tranquil San Pedro neighbourhood stands the Habita Monterrey, the latest hotel from Mexico’s award-winning Grupo Habita, masterminds behind such trend-setting properties as La Purificadora and Condesa df. Inside the hotel’s sixties-style exterior, Parisian visionary Joseph Dirand has created a dramatic and hyper-modern interior in black, white and grey. Spaces are sleek and spare, full of scattered Modern elements like Swan Chairs by Arne Jacobsen and furniture from avant-garde designer Rick Owens. Indian mirror mosaics, large patches of raw concrete and touches of black onyx marble fit nicely into the overall aesthetic of clean-lined minimalism.

The Habita Monterrey houses 28 rooms, ten suites and one penthouse with private living room, gym and terrace. Each room comes equipped with Aesop amenities, flat screen television, wireless Internet, iPod dock station, Xbox Elite and Nokia N810 Tablet. Hotel facilities include two rooftop pools, a wellness fitness centre, steam room, sauna and business centre with meeting space for up to 12 people. The cool concrete roof bar offers stunning 360-degree views over the desert metropolis and Sierra Madre beyond, while the first-storey terrace serves as the ideal location in which to enjoy Chef Enrique Olvera’s gastronomic masterpieces.



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Hotel Habita Monterrey
Vasconcelos 150
San Pedro Garza Garcia 66220

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