Hotel Habita Monterrey in Mexico

published in: Travel By Costas Voyatzis, 01 October 2008

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Opened in August this year, Hotel Habita Monterrey strikes with captivating architectural desicions by Agustin Landa and a rooftop pool bar that offers a 360-degree view combined with the comfort of a cool concrete canopy. The interior design is courtesy of Parisian Joseph Dirand and includes some of the most prominent furniture pieces like Swan Chair and Swan Sofa by Arne Jacobsen…

Opening Date August 2008

•39 rooms
• 1 penthouse suite with living room, bathtub, gym and private terrace
• 2 loft suites with living room and bathtub
• 8 junior suites with bathtub
• 4 double rooms with two full size beds and bath tub
• 12 corner rooms with bathtub
• 12 standard rooms with bathtub


Range from 165.00 USD to 975.00 USD
Floor Distribution
• 8th floor roof top terrace, pool bar, solarium and two pools
• 7th to 2nd floor rooms
• 1st floor Habita books, lounge, restaurant, bar, business center and terrace
• ground floor front desk and lobby
• plaza gym, spa and shops

House wine, 60% Cabernet Sauvignon, 40% Grenache, winemaker Jose Luis Durand Aesop amenities, ac, wireless internet, message center, x box elite, Nokia tablet 8800, dock station, minibar, safe deposit box, 24 hrs. room service, 24 hrs. security system and valet parking

General Manage
r: Santiago Leon De La Vega, Mexico City
Executive Chef: Enrique Olvera, Mexico City
Architecture: Landa Arquitectos, Monterrey, Mexico City / Agustin Landa
Interior Design: Joseph Dirand, Paris, France
Vintage Selection: Claudia Fernandez, Mexico City
Project Manager: Adriana Diaz, Mexico City
Branding: Cadena + Asoc. Branding, Monterrey, Mexico, Ignacio Cadena
Music Concept: Xavier Artus, Paris, France


DeZona, Hotel Habita Monterrey , Agustin Landa , Joseph Dirand

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    Dawa tenzin dorji | 2009-02-12 08:02:16

    nice colour combination and interior is oustanding..

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    AidanWystan | 2010-06-07 12:57:50

    The interior design of this hotel is amazing and the view from the top floor is breath taking. It resembles a bit with some hotels in Surfers Paradise where I used to stay but this one is even more interesting.

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    Jennifer Turner | 2013-01-07 05:12:49

    The interior design of this hotel is beautiful from monochromatic palettes to elegant design classic chairs. I scrolled through the images feeling inspired with such great design to then do a 360 and feel a little disappointed when coming across the an animal scull on the wall, antlers for decor and a hide that looks as though it's just been pulled off a cows back on the floor. It's such a shame to see such unethical ugliness in an interior which is otherwise so beautiful. There are a million and one alternatives to the choices being made in this solelss choice of finishing none of which need to be produced from the use of something that actually belongs to a live animal. Tick on the other aspects of this design - Shame on these disappointing unethical details.

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