Where are you going?
Or, let us surprise youSpin the Globe ®

CONDESAdf

Av. Veracruz 102, Roma Nte., 06700 Ciudad de México, CDMX, Mexico
| +52 55 5241 2600
Plane loader
Animated dots
CONDESAdf  Mexico City  Mexico
CONDESAdf  Mexico City  Mexico
CONDESAdf  Mexico City  Mexico
CONDESAdf  Mexico City  Mexico
CONDESAdf Mexico City  Mexico
CONDESAdf  Mexico City  Mexico
CONDESAdf  Mexico City  Mexico
CONDESAdf  Mexico City  Mexico
CONDESAdf  Mexico City  Mexico
CONDESAdf Mexico City  Mexico

CONDESAdf

Mexican hotelier Grupo Habita turned the shell of a 1928 French neoclassical mansion into a wholly contemporary property, CONDESAdf, which immediately became the standard for boutique hotels in Mexico City when it opened to rave reviews in 2005. Ten years on, it has plenty of competition, but remains a favorite among travelers who appreciate clean, contemporary design and location, location, location. Named for its neighborhood, the hotel occupies a prime spot on the edge of Parque España in trendy Condesa. The terrace bar offers an elevated view of the city—which spreads out like a crazy quilt below—and is especially lovely at sunset, when the fading light paints the surrounding mountains a gentle gold. After a craft cocktail or dinner at the hotel’s patio-level restaurant, guests can retire to rooms kitted out with flat-screen TVs, Wi-Fi, and Malin+Goetz bath amenities.

More Recommendations

over 4 years ago

CONDESAdf

Located in Colonia Condesa, an upscale neighborhood directly west of Colonia Roma, CONDESAdf hotel infuses its 1928 French neoclassic building with a modern, whimsical aesthetic. Retro lamps and hand-woven rugs from Oaxaca decorate the 40 spacious rooms. Relax on the rooftop terrace and enjoy views of the adjacent Parque de España as well as the Bosque de Chapultepec, Latin America’s largest urban park.
AFAR Contributor
over 4 years ago

CONDESAdf

I've visited the Hotel Condesa DF many times over the years. The contemporary hotel sits within an early twentieth-century building in the heart of Condesa, one of Mexico City's coolest neighborhoods at the moment. Its lush atrium is filled with plants and an interesting mix of guests and locals who, during the day, stretch their breakfasts and lunches out as long as they can. In the late afternoons and evenings, the action moves up to the rooftop with its views of the colonia Condesa and Chapultepec Castle. Some of the rooms are on the small side, though the designer India Mahdavi has made the most of each space, with wooden headboards, marble floors, and handwoven Mexican blankets. After several visits to Condesa DF over the years, they won my lifelong loyalty when hurricane Sandy hit New York and I was stuck in Mexico City for three days, unexpectedly. I left the business hotel I had been staying at in Las Lomas once Condesa DF told me they had a room, and then they upgraded me to this corner one overlooking Parque España. I felt somewhat guilty riding out the storm here, while friends in New York were without electricity, but I managed somehow.
AFAR Local Expert
over 4 years ago

Late-Night Japanese-Mexican Fusion

Condesa is a popular place any time of the day or night, and there are plenty of spots where you can find late-night eats in the neighborhood. If you're looking for something beyond tacos and pozole, however, you might want to wander over to El Patio, the patio-level restaurant of the Condesa df, a popular boutique hotel. El Patio features French fusion until midnight Sunday-Wednesday and until 1:00 am Thursday-Saturday. On weekends, you might prefer to order from the sushi menu and eat on the rooftop terrace, which is also open late and has views of a neighboring park.
over 4 years ago

Delicious brunch in La Condesa

Even if you're not staying at the Condesa DF, I'd suggest you drop by for brunch one morning. Everything is available from the healthy (fruit, yogurt) to the European (hearty breads, fresh cheeses and meats) to the decidedly local and decadent (Mexican pastries). I like to order the pre fixe, indulge in some cafe de olla and spend time catching up with local friends while enjoying the calm, tranquil setting of the Condesa DF's courtyard. And my advice would be to arrive early and give yourself at least two hours to enjoy the whole experience.
Original casa de las olas.jpg?1479409414?ixlib=rails 0.3