Casa Polanco Mexico
Luis G Urbina 84 Col Polanco, 11510, CDMX
Date of Creation
Hotel General Manager
María Jesús López
History & Story
The owners undertook a careful four-year restoration, preserving and bringing many architectural features to their original splendor. The original house was built in a neocolonial style that some identify as Californian or Spanish Colonial Revival. Just steps from Casa Polanco are numerous renown cultural institutions like Nuevo Polanco’s modernist Museo Soumaya with its vast Rodin collection, the Rufino Tamayo Museum, Pirwi Design Showroom, Teatro Telcel, the Museum of Anthropology, the peaceful Plaza Uruguay park, and one of Latin America’s largest aquariums. Beyond the shopping mecca of Polanco, Mexico City is brimming with art, culture, history and award-winning cuisine.
Just opened – June 1st, 2022.
Main Strengths, Special Touch
· All Suites
· Strong focus on service
· Honor bar
Nestled in CDMX’s upscale neighborhood, Casa Polanco, Hamak Hotels’ newest operation is a design-forward, über- luxe property that feels like you are staying at a friend’s chic private home. This 19-suite property is poised to become the new hotspot close to the city’s main avenues, embassies, corporate headquarters, and attractions. Originally built in the 1940’s as a private residence and owned in the following years by some of Mexico City’s most prominent aristocratic families, Casa Polanco is a listed property that preserves the splendor of the original construction with modern interventions that intertwine to create a fascinating architectural dialogue of materials and style. Two blocks away, Avenida Presidente Masaryk, Mexico’s fashion, dining and lifestyle hotspot. Paseo de la Reforma, an icon of the city, connects Polanco with La Condesa and Roma, two other stylish neighborhoods with a lot of personality in the metropolis. Casa Polanco is 45 minutes from Mexico City’s International Airport.
Key sites/activities in the area
· Lincoln Park Across the street Anthropology Museum 1.8 km (1.1 m)
· Soumaya Museum 3.2 km (2 m)
· Siqueiros Public Art Room 1.2 km (.75 m)
· Chapultepec Park 2.7 km (1.7 m)
· Masaryk Avenue 350 m (.2 m)
· Auditorio Nacional 650 m (.4 m)
· Xochimilco at Dawn Luis Barragan House and Workshop
· Polanco Walk Iconic neighborhoods: Coyoacan, San Angel, Condesa or La Roma
· Diego & Frida’s Mexico City, tailor made to your interest: culinary, art, culture
· Visits to galleries, design showrooms, antiques stores and bazars and traditional markets
· Streets are names after poets and writers.
· Angela Peralta (corner of Aristóteles and Emilio Castelar) is a great place to catch a concert or a theatrical performance.
· Allianza Frances and National Conservatory of Music. The Alianza always has an interesting art exhibit in its lobby, they also host film series and have a little coffeeshop were you might just meet your next French friend.
• Number of Suites & Luxury Rooms : 19
Restaurants & Bars
An interior patio with double-height ceilings and full of natural light. is a warm, social space famed for a select, contemporary menu or classic day starters that made breakfast a worldwide sensation. This social space serves a classic gourmet breakfast designed by chef Martha Brockmann. It is furnished with pieces from celebrated furniture creator Alfonso Marina and retro pieces created for Casa Polanco. It is a perfect place to work during the day and to enjoy Afternoon Tea when busy travel, or work, calls for an afternoon pick-me-up. . Hours Breakfast, 8 to 11 am Tea Time, 5:30 to 7:30 pm
Hours Breakfast, 8 to 11 am
Tea Time, 5:30 to 7:30 pm
The gym is fitted with Technogym equipment. Our Spa cabin is isolated and quiet. Our home therapists are experts in a selection of classic treatments, applied with essential oils, like: Deep Tissue Massage Jet Lag Therapy Relaxing Massage.
Corporate & Celebration Events
Library – seats up to 20 for a small meeting
Extra Notable Features
Hotel and restaurant Awards
Number of employees