Design Lessons From Guadalajara's Hottest Hotel

Gabrielle Savoie

Set in a 1940s manse in Guadalajara’s design district, Casa Fayette is Grupo Habitat’s latest alluring hot spot. Over the past decade, hoteliers Carlos Couturier and Moisés Micha behind the vanguard hotel group have amassed a cult following of sorts: The fashionable crowds flock from one of its hotel openings to the next.

At their newest hotel Casa Fayette, the 37 guest rooms are housed in an adjacent new build with a design nodding at the Art Deco influences of the main building. Both are deftly integrated with the neighborhood’s unassuming surroundings—a hotbed for artists and restaurateurs. The hotel’s design is a savvy blend of modern minimalism, Art Deco accents, and a distinctly Mexican essence. Plush, jewel-toned velvet club chairs play off Mondrian-esque glass murals in the guest rooms. Dusty-rose public areas make the perfect backdrop for leafy green palms and intimate lighting. Scroll on for our favorite design moments from Casa Fayette.

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