Federico Gomez Crespo helps enhance Hotel Rodavento in Mexico

The upgrades will include updating the current rooms, adding eight new suites and a gym, and building a new destination spa.

Mosaic Hotel Group has taken over its first Mexican resort, Hotel Rodavento, located about two hours from Mexico City in the town of Valle de Bravo.

Hotel Rodavento's design takes inspiration from its natural surroundings, including a destination restaurant, bar and pool around a private lake, and paths leading to 28 hillside bungalows dispersed among the forest.

The property was developed and is owned by architect Waldemar Franco, who is working with MHG and architect Federico Gomez Crespo to renovate the hotel. The upgrades will include updating the current rooms, adding eight new suites and a gym, and building a new destination spa that will have a hamam and outdoor soaking pools.

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Additional upcoming improvements will include a reinvention of the hotel's restaurant, expected to be completed by December. MHG's sister company, Moana Restaurant Group, is creating the new design.

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