Casa Habita reflects the changing face of Guadalajara’s booming Lafayette district, blending the traditional and the trendy. The creative minds at Grupo Habita, joined forces this time with local architectural firm Estudio5 to transform a 1940s mansion into Guadalajara’s first design-led hotel. The original Art Deco structure plays host to a retro-inspired bar, pool, and terrace with impressive city views. Inside the 37-room hotel, Milanese interior design team Dimorestudio borrows elements from Mexico, Italy, and a host of European designers, giving the interior a global eclecticism that mimics the inspirations behind the neighborhood’s transition. Its spa, located on the top floor of the hotel’s tower building, offers spectacular views of the city, and after a massage or steam bath, guests can visit the hotel’s outdoor pool, its rooftop screening room, its solarium, or enjoy a meal in Casa Habita’s ground-floor restaurant, with its expansive terrace.
Guadalajara is considered one of Mexico’s most exciting destinations, second perhaps only to Mexico City. Close to downtown, the neighborhood of Colonia Lafayette—also known simply as Lafayette—is Guadalajara’s up-and-coming hotspot, where new restaurants, cafés, and bars keep locals and internationals energized for the popular neighborhood nightlife. Thanks to its university, its intellectuals, and a growing number of contemporary art galleries, including Casa Rombo and Galería Vertice, the quarter has become a magnet for creatives. Set amongst tree-lined streets with vintage 20th century houses, and small cafes, Casa Habita is at the epicenter of it all.
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