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Design Travel: 7 Favorite Design Hotels in Mexico from the Remodelista Archives

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Design Travel: 7 Favorite Design Hotels in Mexico from the Remodelista Archives

March 13, 2017

Over the years, we’ve covered a range of design hotels in Mexico; here are our favorites.

Casa Fayette

Barragán-esque pink interiors at Casa Fayette in Guadalajara; for more, see Next Wave Modernism: Casa Fayette in Mexico.
Above: Barragán-esque pink interiors at Casa Fayette in Guadalajara; for more, see Next Wave Modernism: Casa Fayette in Mexico.
Poolside minimalist at Casa Fayette.
Above: Poolside minimalist at Casa Fayette.

Hotel Escondido

A favorite from Gardenista: painted, patterned floors are airier than rugs at Hotel Escondido, A Hidden Beach Hotel in Oaxaca.
Above: A favorite from Gardenista: painted, patterned floors are airier than rugs at Hotel Escondido, A Hidden Beach Hotel in Oaxaca.

Coqui Coqui

We love the bohemian grandeur of Coqui Coqui in the Mayan village of Coba; see Mexican Luxury: Coqui Coqui on the Yucatan Peninsula.
Above: We love the bohemian grandeur of Coqui Coqui in the Mayan village of Coba; see Mexican Luxury: Coqui Coqui on the Yucatan Peninsula.

Above: Straw hats, clay vessels, and hammocks as moody decor, also at Coqui Coqui Coba.

Hotel Condesa DF

Parisian designer India Mahdavi&#8
Above: Parisian designer India Mahdavi’s bright, whimsical interiors are a natural fit at Mexico City’s Hotel Condesa DF. See Hotels & Lodging: Hotel Condesa DF in Mexico.

Drift San Jose

The Drift San Jose is an inexpensive escape that doesn&#8
Above: The Drift San Jose is an inexpensive escape that doesn’t skimp on style; see The Homemade Baja Hotel, $75 a Night Edition.
See also: The $75-a-Night Design Hotel: Baja, Mexico Edition.
Above: See also: The $75-a-Night Design Hotel: Baja, Mexico Edition.

Hotel Azucar

At the bungalow-chic Hotel Azucar in Veracruz, a bright doorway opens to an all-white guest room. For more, see Hotels & Lodging: Hotel Azucar in Veracruz.
Above: At the bungalow-chic Hotel Azucar in Veracruz, a bright doorway opens to an all-white guest room. For more, see Hotels & Lodging: Hotel Azucar in Veracruz.
Also at the Hotel Azucar, sculptural stone nightstands are built into the wall.
Above: Also at the Hotel Azucar, sculptural stone nightstands are built into the wall.

Maison Couturier

Built in 33 by French immigrants, Maison Couturier is antiquarian French meets south of the border; see Hotels & Lodging: Maison Couturier in Veracruz.
Above: Built in 1833 by French immigrants, Maison Couturier is antiquarian French meets south of the border; see Hotels & Lodging: Maison Couturier in Veracruz.

For more Mex-luxe design haunts, see our posts:

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