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|Distance to city centre||15.5 km|
|Nearest airport||Mexico City Benito Juarez|
|Distance to airport||12.4 km|
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Breakfast was Good. Staff was good too.
The room was NORMAL, felt like I was in a normal apartment. Is far from 5 Stars. maximum 4. The room was poorly decorated and the bathroom plain.
Location, bar, terrace
No eggs just fruit anything you need extra is an extra
They didn’t were able to handle my booking
Wrapped in a sheath of frosted glass, Habita raised eyebrows in Mexico City when it first opened in 2000 in a 1950s-era building located in one of the city's most fashionable districts. Glass and light are the leitmotifs, acting to shroud guests from prying eyes on the streets below and to create an ethereal atmosphere in this temple of modernism.The guest rooms at Hotel Habita are minimal and stylish with white walls, glass tables, dark chocolate carpeting, blond wood furniture, and low-lying tatami-style beds. Some rooms have balconies, and all have MALIN + GOETZ bathroom amenities. Deluxe Twin Rooms and Deluxe King Rooms feature private terraces, and Deluxe King Rooms with bathtubs are available upon request. The Junior Suite has a separate living room, bathtub, and private terrace.
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- Friendly atmosphere
- Great view
- Awesome terrace
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Most popular landmarks
- Museo Nacional de Antropología 0.7 km
- Castillo de Chapultepec 1.5 km
- Museo Tamayo de Arte Contemporáneo 1.5 km
- Museo de Arte Moderno 1.5 km
- Bosque de Chapultepec 2.2 km
- El Ángel de la Independencia 2.4 km
|Mexico City Benito Juarez||12.4 km|
|Mexico City Toluca Intl||40.8 km|