Diametro Arquitectos, HBA design Hilton Mexico City Santa Fe

Hilton Worldwide opened the Hilton Mexico City Santa Fe, a 260-room new-build property. The hotel forms part of Samara, one of the five largest mixed-use complexes in Mexico.

The crystal exterior, designed by Diametro Arquitectos, leads guests into a lobby influenced by natural materials and traditional Mexican elements. Designed by San Francisco-based HBA, the lobby has high ceilings, luxury materials and natural light, as well as access to a coffee bar, lounge and signature restaurant.

Madera Restaurant brings a fresh design and menu inspired by local culinary history, Cielo, a rooftop bar, and the lobby lounge.

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Hilton Mexico City Santa Fe provides more than 8,000 square feet of meeting space, including a ballroom designed with warm textured wood feature walls and contemporary chandeliers. The mezzanine level also offers a business center with six boardrooms, while the rooftop acts as a flexible space for private events.

Set in the heart of Santa Fe, one of the financial and corporate districts in Mexico, the contemporary Hilton Mexico City Santa Fe hotel is located within the Samara complex, which has corporate offices and a shopping mall. This Santa Fe hotel is within walking distance of a number of restaurants, cinemas, shops and entertainment options, and is a 40-minute drive from Benito Juarez International Airport and an hour from Toluca Airport.

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