Within the same complex, American Hyatt will introduce Andaz Condesa Mexico City, a 213-room complex that is also the second Andaz brand in the country and will be added to the Andaz Mayakoba Hotel in 2016.
Nicholas Martinez, Vice President of Accor Development for Mexico, Central America and the Caribbean, explains that the Mondrian brand is in line with the trend in the neighborhoods of Rome and Condesa, and is strongly geared toward cultural and entertainment offerings, as well as an attractive business complex as it is close to the main lanes.
“This will be one of the two largest hotels in the area, a few steps from Insurgentes with easy access to Paseo de la Reforma, the city center, but also in the middle of a neighborhood that has made itself one of the most enjoyable hotels in Mexico, with a great offer of fun,” explains the manager. expansion.
A similar strategy has been proposed by Hyatt with the Andaz brand, which seeks to tap the potential of the corporate luxury holiday segment.
“This project allows us to deliberately expand the Hyatt brand footprint in the region and create significant opportunities that meet the growing demand for luxury offerings in Mexico that cater to the traveller. high end Camilo Bolaños, Senior Vice President of Development for Latin America and the Caribbean, said in a company statement, “
Complex I421 is the product of a redesign of the old Aristos Building, an iconic complex of city architecture built in 1961, whose new phase investment amounted to approximately $100 million from Grupo Murano, owner of both hotels.
Accor and Hyatt take control of the two hotels under the development as part of a change in management by Grupo Morano, since previously Wyndham chain operated both products With the brands Wyndham Grand Mexico City and Esplendor by Wyndham La Condesa, which were expected to open in January of this year.
“The project was extended. (Grupo Murano) realized the potential of the Countess, and they started the brand, making strong use of what they had done. They finally stopped to see how they could get the most out of this site,” Martinez said.