NileGuide Expert Says:
Polanco's home away from home for the young and perennially hip. Lounge nights (Friday and Saturdays) at the rooftop pool will make you feel like you are lost in Ibiza or at a fashion shoot for Vogue.
Av Presidente Masaryk 201, 201 (near the intersection of Avenida Arquemides)
11560 Mexico City, Mexico
+52 555 282 3100
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Mexico City's tony Polanco neighborhood north of Chapultepec Park is home to Hotel Habita, the flagship property of the Mexican-owned Grupo Habita. The frosted-glass exterior of the hotel, designed by TEN Arquitectos, fairly shimmers at night on one of the city's most expensive shopping streets, Avenida Masaryk. Accommodations are true to the company's trademark minimalist style, which still allows room for soft bed pillows and plush comforters. The Habita's sixth floor terrace remains one of the top nightlife destinations for the city's moneyed class; entertainers, fashion models, and their friends party here until 2:00 am; some guests say that this can make the upper floor rooms a bit noisy. The restaurant offers an extensive cold breakfast buffet for 180 pesos or a hot buffet for 225 pesos, with a la carte selections available, too. Among Grupo Habita's other hotels are the Condesa DF, and the Hotel Boca Chica in Acapulco.
Accommodations: 36 rooms and suites
Rates: USD $200-587 (Breakfast Inclusive Rate add approximately USD $10) Does not include 18.5% room tax
Payment: Cash, Amex, Visa, MasterCard
Services: BMW house car, A/C, mini bar, telephone, safety box, 2 in house music channels, private terrace, TV and DVD player, Laundry service, fax, free high speed internet access in public areas and guest rooms (WiFi and wire), business center, tours, valet parking, security and 24-hour room service, restaurant, bar, swimming pool, gym, spa, desk, LCD television, minibar, safety box, in-room music channels. Bathroom with walk-in shower or bathtub and Kiehls amenities, enclosed balcony.
How to Get There: Metro Polanco