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Wed, 17 July 2019

IHG Signs First Two Kimpton Hotels in Mexico

IHG has signed the first two Kimpton Hotels in Mexico.

Scheduled to open in 2020, the two high-end boutique hotels are located in the upscale neighborhood of Polanco in Mexico City.

The two hotels are owned by ZKC, a real estate investment fund specializing in Mexico City real estate developments. ZKC is developing the hotels in partnership with VineTower Development, LLC (development manager), Ambrosi Etchegaray (architect) and Arquitectura de Interiores (interior designer).

True to Polanco’s residential neighborhood, the hotels will feature select room counts: one with 32 guestrooms and the other with 48 guestrooms.

Mike DeFrino. Click to enlarge.

Both hotels will offer a signature restaurant and rooftop bar. Additional amenities will include Kimpton signatures such as complimentary bikes, yoga mats in every guestroom, morning coffee and tea, and a nightly hosted social hour.

Mike DeFrino, Chief Executive Officer, Kimpton Hotels & Restaurants, said, “Polanco will be home to Kimpton’s first two boutique hotels in the country and illustrates our continued growth in the Americas. We look forward to bringing Kimpton’s irreverent spirit and heartfelt hospitality to life with ZKC and VineTower.”

The dynamic Polanco neighborhood is home to numerous high-end boutiques, restaurants and art galleries, as well as 20 foreign embassies.

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