Kimpton enters Mexico City with boutique hotel in Polanquito


The boutique property of IHG aims to embody the the vibe and nuances of Mexico City in its modern design, artworks and music.

Entry to Mexico City

The IHG brand, Kimpton Hotels & Restaurants, has expanded its presence in Mexico with the launch of this property, which was developed by the investment fund specialising in real estate developments in Mexico City, ZKC.

The boutique Kimpton Virgilio hotel will provide guests with a highly personalised experience, including in its gastronomic proposal and mixology.

Erick Vargas, General Manager of Kimpton Virgilio, said: “We want every visitor to feel comfortable and close to multiple experiences. We will surprise all our guests with a service designed with each visitor in mind before, during and after their stay.”

Inspiration from near and far

The hotel, designed by Arquitectura de Interiores Studio, houses 48 guest rooms with a modern Mexican feel and locally made furnishings and artwork brought into each area.

A highlight of the property is its streetside restaurant, Pepe: Mesa Española, focusing on redefining traditional Spanish cuisine.

Carlos Juárez, Executive Chef of Kimpton Virgilio, commented: “In Pepe we want to celebrate originality, the exploration of the new and the redefinition of what is already known, so every visitor will enjoy the flavours of Spain from a different creative proposal, with a high level of service, amid music and an atmosphere full of fun and warmth.”

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