Welcome to Hotel Habita, your Mexico City “home away from home.” Hotel Habita aims to make your visit as relaxing and enjoyable as possible, which is why so many guests continue to come back year after year.
While staying at Habita Hotel, visitors can check out Avenida Presidente Masaryk (0.4 mi) and Lago del Bosque de Chapultepec (0.5 mi), some of Mexico City's top attractions.
Guest rooms offer amenities such as a flat screen TV and air conditioning, and guests can go online with free wifi offered by the hotel.
Habita Hotel features a 24 hour front desk, room service, and a rooftop terrace, to help make your stay more enjoyable. The property also boasts a pool and free breakfast. If you are driving to Habita Hotel, free parking is available.
If you like steakhouses, Habita Hotel is conveniently located near Don Asado, Sonora Grill, and Gotan Restaurante Argentino.
During your visit, be sure to check out popular attractions like Chapultepec Castle (1.1 mi), Chapultepec Park (1.0 mi), and Polanco (0.5 mi), which are all within walking distance of the hotel.
Hotel Habita puts the best of Mexico City at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
Such a cool vibe in this design hotel. The rooms are spacious and well equipped with one heck of a mini bar set up. The staff are friendly and helpful and there is a barbers in the lobby too. The beds are comfortable and power showers are amazing. The power went out when I was checking out but the staff handled it well. The bar upstairs has a great setting and good outlook but be careful if you drop anything as they’ll slip through the cracks in the flooring never to be seen again, fortunately for me my card landed flat and I lost just a few pesos
We stayed here for two nights and I have AirPods missing from my backpack. All our other valuables were in the safe and I couldn’t fit the AirPods in the safe. I know for sure they were in the bag and never brought out during the trip. When packing to leave, I noticed they were missing. I reported it downstairs to the front desk and they took my information and let me know a manager would be contacting me. It’s been 3 business days and still no contact. I have also opened a case with Marriott. I wouldn’t recommend staying here as the staff were not very helpful, not friendly and just a completely different experience than staying at the other hotels from Habita Group. Very disappointing as it’s a great location. Only the bellman and front door staff was friendly
We stayed at the Habita on our return to Mexico City from Holbox for one night . We found the hotel to be pretty good - nice location and the rooms were of a good standard. Loved the wrap around glass balcony and unlike other reviews there was little in the way of street noise . The hotel is very well situated in Polanco and ideal to get tv around . We ate both lunch and buffet breakfast both of which were very nice. Would definitely re visit and recommend
The place is great, but it is a place my parents would HATE! There is a full blown rooftop bar... arrived a friday night and you could hear the music all the way to the lobby... but not in the rooms may I add. The rooms are very "modern" look but the hotel itself is old. It is very hip, very young, very cool and it was the perfect setting for it. We had a blast but we could see how older tourists where simply not catching the vibe. Since this trip, I've stayed here on every trip back to CDMX... all good... the location is unbeatable.
Don't even bother booking this place. Extremely disappointed. We have stayed at other Grupo Habita hotels before but definitely won't be staying with them again. The hotel is barely a 3-star. It's completely run-down. Very poor soundproofing, you can hear a lot of noise from both outside and inside the hotel. You hear lots of noise from neighbouring rooms and from the corridor. The decor and facilities are chipped, worn, dated. It took about 5 phone exchanges with the reception to book spa treatments. It is not a spa hotel. The rooftop bar was closed. There are pay by the hour places in Mexico that are classier than this place. I just wish I had read some of the other reviews first. We have been cheated out of a romantic break in Polanco.
Employees lack of customer service orientation, are rude and lazy, no interest to help. Bed is very uncomfortable, to small and the sheets doesn’t fit. It’s a shame due the nice location at the heart of Polanco.
The hotel definitely needs a refresh. The door in my room didn't shut properly and left a bit of gap that let light in during the night. I could smell the cigarette odor from the adjacent room. A lot of noise coming from the street and small details like burnt light bulbs and an old TV set in the room.
This hotel definitely had its day but is a little tired now. Bed is Japanese style and small, rooms perfectly fine but whole place needs a good lick of paint . Good value, amazing location and friendly staff .
While the hotel is in a very nice and convenient location, the staff is nice and the rooms are clean, there's a construction in the building next door and it's terrible loud. You cannot stay in your room to work or relax because you hear terrible noise all the time (people hammering, etc.) While it's not under the hotel's control, they should be honest and let you know in advance about this issue before you finish your booking or arrive to the hotel; so you can decide if you want to stay in an unstayable and loud place or not.
I politely asked at the desk if i could have a gander at this first contemporary boutique on the Rodeo Drive part of Polanco. Having chutzpah is my middle moniker, and acceptance by the lady monitoring the front of hotel, delighted my scabrous nature, no end.. it’s wonderfully minimalist, encased in a frosted-glass shell with a rooftop pool, spa and terrace bar. The views over towards the city are intimate. Gotta fess , for those who love to shop high end and sip& sup at some of the metropolis’s top-rated restaurants, this is the perfect staging spot