Hyatt has opened its second Andaz property in Mexico, with the unveiling of the 213-room Andaz Mexico City.
The hotel is housed within a restored heritage building in the capital’s Condesa neighbourhood, comprising part of the mixed-used i421 Live District.
The property was originally designed by architect José Luis Benlliure Galán, who is credited with bringing Art Deco architecture to Mexico City.
Interiors now “pair a modern edge with Art Deco design”, with design elements including “a magenta staircase, hot pink walls and saffron sofas”.
The hotel features the “Tulum-inspired” Cabuya rooftop restaurant and pool, as well as the all day dining Derba Matcha Café, Pasana Spa and Wellness, and events space for up to 700 guests.
All guest rooms feature a record player, with a vinyl collection available to borrow from the lobby library, and the hotel also has a second floor indoor/outdoor terrace for dogs, including a pet accessory shop.
Andaz Mexico City joins the existing Andaz Mayakoba Riviera Maya, and is one of a number of Hyatt properties opening in Mexico in the next few years, including Thompson Monterrey, Grand Hyatt Cancun Beach Resort and Park Hyatt Mexico City.
Commenting on the opening Analia Capurro, general manager, Andaz Mexico City Condesa, said:
“Condesa is the perfect neighbourhood to debut the Andaz brand in Mexico City. 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 neighbourhood 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 neighbourhood full of character and charm.”