The design was reportedly inspired by the city’s colonial architecture and colorful ceramics. The 78-room property has locally crafted furnishings from regional artisans.
The Rosewood Puebla has three onsite F&B options, including the Mexican-French bistro Pasquinel Bistrot; the streetside Café Azul Talavera; and Bar Los Lavaderos, which occupies a space preserved from the 19th century. The property also has a spa and rooftop infinity pool. For events, the property has 4,950 square feet of event spaces.
The central courtyard is home to a 300-year-old chapel, which serves as a private wedding and dining venue.