Ignacia Guest House Site Visit in Mexico City

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  • Weekend Getaways

  • Mexico

  • Couples Travel

  • Sustainable Travel

  • Wellness Travel

  • Mexico City

  • Romantic

  • Old-fashioned

  • Budget-friendly

Ignacia Guest House Site Visit in Mexico City
Curator’s statement

In my experience, there are not many mid-sized hotels in Mexico City. People tend to flock toward larger hotel chains or to guest-house-style hotels. Ignacia Guest House has seven rooms (two of which are brand new) in the heart of Roma Norte neighborhood. It is an easy walk to the shops and restaurants of Condesa and Roma.

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Where to stay

Ignacia Guest House

You’ll be joining the cool crowd at this central Roma bolthole where afternoon cocktails in the courtyard are a must.

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The five original rooms are all designed in different colors — black, pink, green, blue and yellow, so you can take your pick! The 6th room features double beds, the first offering of two beds in one room! They have also added a rooftop lounge and a hot tub.

Ignacia feels like you're staying in someone's home, in a good way. There is a complimentary cocktail hour from 5-7 each night, with a different signature cocktail each night.

The cooks make an incredible three-course complimentary breakfast each morning. You can have your breakfast anywhere on the property you would like. There is also an honor bar if you care to have a cocktail.

Cozy living room, a perfect getaway!

I am happy to answer any questions you may have!

Need to Know

This trip report is part of our ongoing series on travel to Mexico City. In need of further inspiration? Check out Melissa Franco’s guide, The Heart of Mexico: 5-Day Itinerary to Mexico City & Oaxaca.

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