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MEXICO CITY

HOTEL BOUTIQUE CASA VIEJA

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A unique ten suites Boutique Hotel located in the heart of the cosmopolitan Mexico City, DF.

Casa Vieja is an all-suite luxury Boutique Hotel situated in the exclusive area of México City's, the Polanco District. Once a private residence, Casa Vieja was created with a luxury lifestyle in mind and is now considered the most unique boutique property in México City. The ten suites hotel continues to have the warm ambience, intimacy and luxury lifestyle of a lovely private home.

Casa Vieja is located on a quiet street in the elegant Polanco District (México City's chic residential and shopping neighborhood,) next to Parque Polanco with its lovely ponds, statuary gardens and occasional concerts and art exhibitions. The Polanco District is also the home of some of México City's finest restaurants, boutiques and galleries and is the center of a vibrant cafe society and exhilarating nightlife scene. In addition, a variety of art museums and many multinational corporate headquarters are within close walking distance.

The Hotel Casa Vieja is magic; and the perfect service and impeccable management round up the picture. It is a beautiful place, in a Mexican style with lots of colors. Every piece of furniture, every painting, is traditional Mexican, a space where you feel more at home. At the hotel there is a never-ending display of master craftwork from the most remote villages of México, splendid antiques and Mexican painting and sculpture together harmonize to create an enchanting and tranquil ambience making Casa Vieja the ideal escape in México City. Quarry-stone floors and thick walls create soothing seclusion and tranquility - an amazing hacienda retreat within the center of one of the world’s biggest and most exciting capital cities.

Casa Vieja unquestionably is one of the most exclusive hotels in México City! Once in a great while a little hotel makes a gigantic impact. Casa Vieja is that hotel in México City. The hotel is epitome of intimacy and romance and one of the best kept secrets.

ACCOMMODATIONS:
The hotel features ten individual suites offering full amenities and superb individualized personal service.

The ten suites include: A two-bedroom, two-bathroom presidential suite with separate dining and living room, three master suites with separate dining and living room with a sofa bed, and six one-bedroom junior suites. All rooms have king size beds.

 

In room facilities include:

  • A collection of coffee-table art and culture books
  • Air purifier
  • Alarm radio-clock
  • Amazingly comfortable mattresses are custom made for the hotel
  • Bathrooms with Jacuzzi-jet bathtubs, hair dryer and terrycloth bathrobes
  • Daily maid service and evening turndown service
  • Electronically controlled air-conditioning and heating system
  • Fully-equipped kitchens with bar-stool counter
  • High-speed Internet access and data ports – free of charge
  • Large-screen digital color cable television
  • Magazines and local and international newspapers daily
  • Mini bar
  • Personal safe
  • Private fax and telephone line (in addition to the switchboard phone and fax)
  • Room service
  • State-of-the-art stereo system with a wide selection of videos and CDs
  • Unpacking and packing service

 

RESTAURANT:
The Casa Vieja Terrace restaurant offers traditional Mexican as well as international cuisine, with daily specialties personally created by the chef. The hotel’s chef is famous for his high and exquisite Mexican cuisine and the service is impeccable. The restaurant is open to the public in general.

Opening hours are from 7:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m.

GUEST SERVICES:

  • 24 hour front desk
  • Business center
  • Car rental desk
  • Concierge services
  • Continental breakfast included in daily room rates
  • Dry cleaning and laundry services
  • Express check-in and check out
  • Fax and photocopy service
  • Free parking
  • Medical services
  • Multi-lingual personnel
  • Private security guards on site
  • Secretarial services
  • Shoeshine services
  • Valet parking
  • Wake up services


MEETINGS & EVENTS:
The "Al Fresco" roof terrace restaurant and bar and the adjoining formal dining salon (Vicky Castro) serve for private gatherings, and can be set up for: Presentations; meetings; seminars; courses and training; press conferences; product launching and promotion; art exhibitions; musical recitals; literary readings; private romantic or business breakfasts, lunches, dinners, high teas, cocktails and weddings.

The Terrace Room, Vicky Castro, has a capacity for 35 people seated in a theater style, 25 in U shape and 40 in cocktail style.

La Terraza Restaurant & Bar has a capacity for a seated breakfast, lunch or dinner of 50 persons and for 60 persons in a cocktail style.

The hotel offers the services of a business center with high speed Internet connection, customized stationary is printed with each suite’s private telephone and fax numbers.

For prices, reservations, availability and bookings, please contact us at: visit@luxuriousmexico.com

       
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Ç Mexico City, Hotel Casa Vieja, Entrance - Photo by Casa Vieja
  Mexico City, Hotel Casa Vieja, Entrance
Ç Mexico City, Hotel Casa Vieja, Front desk - Photo by German Murillo-Echavarria
  Mexico City, Hotel Casa Vieja, Front desk
Ç Mexico City, Hotel Casa Vieja, Suite Frida Kahlo, Bedroom Room 2 - Photo by German Murillo-Echavarria
  Mexico City, Hotel Casa Vieja, Suite Frida Kahlo
Ç Mexico City, Hotel Casa Vieja, Suite Casa Lola, Kitchen - Photo by Casa Vieja
  Mexico City, Hotel Casa Vieja, Suite Casa Lola, Kitchen
Ç Mexico City, Hotel Casa Vieja, Suite Casa Lola - Photo by Casa Vieja
  Mexico City, Hotel Casa Vieja, Suite Casa Lola
Ç Mexico City, Hotel Casa Vieja, Restaurant - Photo by Casa Vieja
  Mexico City, Hotel Casa Vieja, Restaurant
Ç Mexico City, Hotel Casa Vieja, Salon - Photo by Casa Vieja
  Mexico City, Hotel Casa Vieja, Salon Vicky Castro
Ç Mexico City, Hotel Casa Vieja, Religious art 1 - Photo by German Murillo-Echavarria
  Mexico City, Hotel Casa Vieja, Religious art
Ç Mexico City, Hotel Casa Vieja, Corridors at night 4 - Photo by German Murillo-Echavarria
  Mexico City, Hotel Casa Vieja, Corridors at night
Ç Mexico City, Hotel Casa Vieja, Lobby - Photo by Casa Vieja
  Mexico City, Hotel Casa Vieja, Lobby