Rosewood Hotels & Resorts, appointed by Plus Arrendamientos Inmobiliarios, S.A. de C.V. (PAI), will manage the forthcoming Rosewood Puebla—Rosewood’s fourth property in Mexico.
Located in the UNESCO World Heritage Site southeast of Mexico City, a collection of buildings from different eras grouped around a courtyard will comprise the 79-room hotel. Cantona and Cholula (which is home to the world’s largest pyramid) are nearby significant archaeological sites.
“Rosewood Puebla will be a wonderful complement to our existing Mexican properties,” says Sonia Cheng, CEO of Rosewood Hotel Group. “Puebla is a living canvas and offers rich cultural, culinary, and historic traditions in which guests will be able to immerse themselves.”
Designed by Long Beach, California-based DAS Concepts, the property will feature Renaissance and Mexican Baroque architectural elements composed of traditional materials where possible, while furnishings and art will be made by Mexican artists and craftspeople.
Amenities will include a restaurant, the Lavaderos de Almoloya bar, a spa with four private treatment rooms, a rooftop bar and swimming pool, and a 300-year-old chapel available as a wedding venue.
The hotel is scheduled to open in 2016.
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