Colima 71 Debuts in Mexico City’s Roma Norte District

Colima 71 has opened its doors to welcome guests. The boutique hotel is located on Colima Street in the bohemian-chic district of Colonia Roma Norte in Mexico City.

The hotel tapped celebrated architectural team T.A.X. by Alberto Kalach to design the property. Interior design led by Nomah Studio and Karla Celerio highlights the work of local artists. The 16 studios offer bespoke design with either floor-to-ceiling windows or private balconies overlooking Colima Street or the hotel’s courtyard. Neutral tones and furnishings with clean, organic lines are juxtaposed by striking materials such as marble, terrazzo and wood, creating distinctive, residentially inspired spaces. All rooms have a king-sized bed outfitted with Portuguese bedding, a full kitchen and a dining area.

All guests can enjoy an exclusive “Morning Coffee” service where a barista hand delivers guests’ preferred coffee or tea order directly to the room, along with pastries from nearby Panaderia Rosetta. In-room amenities hand crafted in collaboration with a Yucatan honey producer including a nourishing artisan line of products that are also available for purchase.

The hotel’s all-day coffee bar offers specialty coffees with beans from La Concordia in the Mexican state of Chiapas. Guests can order drinks and light bites to enjoy in the courtyard, library, reading nooks or in the comfortable working booths. An Honesty Bar is also available, offering a top-tier selection of tequilas, mezcals, and more. The front desk team is available 24/7 to guide travelers on an ideal itinerary through Mexico City. Roma Norte is home to restaurants, art galleries and historic architecture. The neighboring La Condesa is just blocks away, and shares a similar charm and electric atmosphere.

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