Hotel Habita

Jaime Navarro

The doors of Grupo Habita’s flagship property opened in Polanco in 2000, and the hotel still commands attention. The guest rooms are studies in pared-back, minimalist style, with low-slung beds, industrial light fixtures, charcoal-gray accents, and walk-in showers. Most feature frosted-glass balconies overlooking the street, while the Junior Suite offers more space and perks (like a three-person tub). The lobby bar exudes a warmer vibe, with midcentury Danish­–style tables and chairs and plush banquettes. (Rooms, from $180)

Hotel Habita
Avda. Presidente Masaryk 201Mexico City, Mexico

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