Hyatt’s luxe Andaz brand has just opened a new hotel in the heart of Mexico City.
The new Andaz Mexico City Condesa is the second Andaz hotel in Mexico, joining the existing Andaz Mayakoba, which is on the country’s Caribbean coast.
The New Mexico City hotel is set in one of the capital’s hottest neighborhoods, with a hip beach-club-style rooftop, a spa and one of the tallest outdoor terraces in the city.
“Condesa is the perfect neighborhood to debut the Andaz brand in Mexico City,” said Analia Capurro, general manager of the Andaz Mexico City Condesa. “Expressions of personal style and creative spirit are at the core of the Andaz ethos – characteristics that Condesa also embodies. Every detail of the hotel was thoughtfully curated to add to the vibrancy of the neighborhood and inspire a fresh perspective of Mexico City. We look forward to welcoming guests, World of Hyatt members, customers, and locals into our hotel to authentically experience this dynamic neighborhood full of character and charm.”
The hotel has 213 rooms, 20 of which are suites, built in what Andaz calls a “residentially-inspired” design.
All of the rooms include Byredo toiletries, workstations, minibars filled with Mexican snacks and drinks from locally-owned businesses, local artwork and even a record player with modern and classic vinyl collections available for a listen.
The culinary centerpiece is the Cabuya Rooftop, what the hotel calls a “Tulum-inspired beach club,” with 360-degrees of Mexico City’s skyline, weekend DJ sets and a seasonal menu featuring Mexican flavors like grouper “zarandeado,” a 500-year-old grilling technique from Mexico’s Pacific coast.
There’s also a heated rooftop pool, along with a spa called Pasana.
The property additionally has 12,674 square feet of meeting and event space.
For more, visit the Andaz Mexico City Condesa.