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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 n 9
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. 10
Above: Poolside minimalist at Casa Fayette.

Hotel Escondido

a favorite from gardenista: painted, patterned floors are airier than rugs at 11
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 12
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\2\17;s bright, whimsical interiors are  15
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\2\17;t skimp on s 16
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. 17
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 18
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. 19
Above: Also at the Hotel Azucar, sculptural stone nightstands are built into the wall.

Maison Couturier

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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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