Colima 71


Type: Boutique

No. of Rooms: 16



This design-forward boutique hotel mirrors the essence of its surroundings in La Roma neighborhood, a bohemian hub of art galleries, café culture and gastronomy.

Slick, spotless interiors by Mexican designers are housed in a brand-new build by acclaimed Mexican architect, Alberto Kalach. Sophisticated and clean lines meet the soft, earthy textures of ceramics, lush plants, lighting, and hand-picked furniture, while the work of contemporary artists weaves through the space; conceptual photography by Iñaki Bonilla, the 40ft. lattice installation of Sofía Taboas, and Darío Escobar´s striking hanging sculpture.

The hotel´s 16 king suites offer stylish and intimate quarters to rest after a day exploring the big city, with private balconies or terraces, in-room kitchen facilities and interior or leafy street views. Served in the courtyard or straight to your door, the complimentary breakfast features coffee prepared by in-house baristas and fresh pastries from the famous Rosetta Bakery. Turndown service comes complete with a mezcal tasting flight, minibars are stocked with local kombucha and chocolates, and the hotel´s Honesty Bar lets you pour your own nightcap.

  • Courtyard
  • Reading Nooks
  • Working Booths
  • Flat-screen TV
  • Meeting Room
  • Bars On Site
    • Honesty Bar (Select Wines to Aged Liquors)
    • Coffee Bar (Coffee)
    • Snack Bar
  • Library
  • Minibar
  • Tea/Coffee Maker
  • Lockers
  • Concierge Service
  • 24-Hour Front Desk
  • Daily Housekeeping
  • 24-Hour Security
  • Air Conditioning
  • Wi-Fi

To minimize the hotel´s environmental footprint, Colima 71 has implemented recycling programs, energy-efficient lighting, and water-saving systems. Aesthetically, the property celebrates Mexican talent, with architecture by renowned architect, Albert Kalach, and interiors by Mexico City based design houses, Nomah Studio and Karla Celerio Interiorismo. Additionally, the property relies on electricity for all its operations, which is 100% powered by solar panels, and goods and services are sourced locally to support the local economy.