Eric Meza Leines, Wimberly Interiors collaborate for Rosewood’s fourth Mexican property

Rosewood Puebla was inspired by the city’s colonial architecture and colorful ceramics.

The Rosewood Puebla has opened as the brand’s fourth property in Mexico, designed by Mexican architect Eric Meza Leines and New York’s Wimberly Interiors.

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.


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The central courtyard is home to a 300-year-old chapel, which serves as a private wedding and dining venue.




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