Development Launched for the 133-key Rosewood Mexico City with Plans for 2024 Opening in Mexico

China, Hong Kong. May 26, 2021

Expanding its strong footprint in Mexico, Rosewood Hotels & Resorts® has been appointed by premier real estate development firm Grupo Sordo Madaleno to operate Rosewood Mexico City, a new hotel expected to open in 2024 in the flourishing Polanco district.

Positioned in the heart of the vibrant capital, Rosewood Mexico City is conveniently located within walking distance of renowned luxury shopping district, Avenida Presidente Masaryk as well as esteemed cultural institutions including Museo Soumaya and Museo Jumex. Rosewood Mexico City will join the global brand's iconic collection of properties across Mexico, from Los Cabos and Riviera Maya to San Miguel de Allende.

Designed by internationally acclaimed, Mexico City-based architecture firm Sordo Madaleno Arquitectos, Rosewood Mexico City will occupy the grand tower of Antara's new build expansion. Celebrating its 15th Anniversary, Antara is a famous mixed-use development which also comprises modern offices, luxury retail outlets, restaurants, and entertainment venues. The luxurious enclave will encompass 133 accommodations, 35 of which will be suites, and four food and beverage outlets including an all-day bistro, a poolside bar and grill, a living room and a specialty dining venue.

Intended for hotel guests and the local community alike, the hotel will also feature Asaya, Rosewood's forward-thinking wellness concept, which will comprise two swimming pools, a state-of-the-art fitness and wellbeing center, eight treatment rooms and changing rooms and hydrotherapy areas. Dedicated meeting and event spaces totaling 1,270 square meters will cater to groups both large and intimate throughout the property.

"A thriving hub of art and culture, Mexico City reflects many of Rosewood's defining pillars," said Sonia Cheng, chief executive officer of Rosewood Hotel Group. "We are thrilled to introduce our A Sense of Place® philosophy to visitors and locals with the opening of Rosewood Mexico City, wherein the hotel will embody the distinct sensibilities of the destination all while presenting one-of-a-kind ambience and style combined with unparalleled quality and personalized service."

"As we embark on this new project in Mexico City, we could not think of a more suited partner than Rosewood Hotels & Resorts," said Javier Sordo Madaleno, Vice President of Grupo Sordo Madaleno. "We look forward to showcasing the incomparable offerings of Mexico's vibrant capital through the Rosewood lens and the debut of this world-class hotel."

Upon opening, Rosewood Mexico City will add to the global hospitality group's unique collection of hotels and resorts in Mexico, including Las Ventanas al Paraíso, A Rosewood Resort in Los Cabos, Rosewood Mayakoba in Riviera Maya, Rosewood San Miguel de Allende and Rosewood Mandarina opening in 2023. The highly anticipated opening will mark Rosewood Hotels & Resorts' 20th property in The Americas and joins the brand's largest growth pipeline to date with 24 projects across the globe.

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