Hotel Habita MTY
by: Chelsea Leyland
A DJ gig.
Me and my spirit animal
One of two pools on the rooftop - one is cold and the
other is heated.
I took this snap in my favorite mezcal bar, Gomez. It's certainly worth checking out, complete with a train that runs around the ceiling and cooky wallpaper. I absolutely love the overall design... definitely a must.
The amazing view from my bedroom window.
Another great shot from my bedroom windows. Imagine waking up and going to bed to that.
My beauitful black and white bedroom.
One of my favorite parts of the hotel... this is one tripy hallway.
Tacos by the pool are a must.
A shot off the hotel's rooftop... it really does have epic vibes.
The amazing view from the rooftop of the hotel. This one of the most epic rooftops I have ever seen.
Highs + Lows
The rooftop is ridiculously beautiful.
Terrible music on the roof.
The TV could have been bigger.
- Mini Bar
- Life Changing
- Environmental Consciousness
- Overall Value
- Night's Sleep
- Stealable Stuff
- Refer a Friend
Modern, artsy, sophisticated, quirky.
In the safest area of Monterrey, which is the most important thing when travelling there.
Music was a let down. Cheesy EDM on the roof.
- Year Opened
- Designed By
Gym and breath taking pools. One heated and the other not, both on the roof.
The food is fantastic in the hotel - simple, clean Mexican.
Yes, great bar on the roof where the pools are.
Leave them at home.
For what you get, it is very well priced.