Hotel Habita

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Habita is Mexico City's spin on a modern design hotel. Situated in the Polanco district, a fashionable neighborhood of tree lined boulevards, trendy restaurants and chic shopping, one can enjoy culture in the heart of the city's business centre. The converted 1950's building has gained a new identity, bringing in light and space by adding a "wrapper" of frosted glass. The adventurous design encapsulates the hotel in a floating glass box suspended from the original facade. From the top of the box, take in the spectacular city views, or relax in the rooftop bar and pool while mingling with locals and visitors alike.


Habita's culinary offer from chef Enrique Olvera takes the theme of the LOBBY restaurant. Located on the ground floor – partially open to the elements – LOBBY presents a Mexican Bistro cuisine in a casual environment that you'll only find in Mexico City.

A minimalist approach gives Habita and Mexico City a raw modernism, opening the eyes of the old world to the new.

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Hotel Habita
Av. Presidente Masaryk 201 Col. Polanco C.P.
Mexico City 11560
Mexico

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