Hotel Carlota is a truly minimalistic and creative space imagined by designer Ignacio Cadena and architect Javier Sánchez. The hotel has been formed from the shells of dated buildings to offer a refreshing burst of energy. Both the structural and internal design concepts are playful and bold with surprises each way you turn.
The outside space
In the most densely populated city on this planet, you might think finding chilled, private outside spaces to catch some sunshine would be hard. Carlota has its own sun-trap with glass-ended pool, conveniently placed bar and comfy lounging chairs.
In the heart of the Cuauhtémoc in Mexico City, a colony full of history and contrasts lies this urban retreat. A space that honours the city's neighbourhoods, culture, design, art, memories and modernity.
Each element that makes up this hotel is the result of the new history of design in Mexico. The wealth of concepts and multi-sensory experiences that build each Carlota space are a result of a collaboration between Mexican experts and creatives.
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