The house was designed and built in 1930 by Francisco Serrano, one of the great architects of his generation, who built the Edificio Basurto and Pasaje Polanco, among other Mexico City landmarks. The house was restored in 2010, respecting the original design and period finishes.
The décor at Stella mixes art deco and vintage furniture with a stunning collection of Mexican contemporary art. It is clear that each piece of furniture, lighting and artwork has been chosen carefully to complement its specific space.
Stella has seven rooms, four in the main house and three in a separate guest house. The hotel uses its own water treatment plant, a rain water retrieval system and solar panels as part of our commitment to the environment.
Colonia Condesa, located in downtown Mexico City, is the center of artistic life in the capital. Its walkable streets are lined with cafés, restaurants, contemporary art galleries and boutiques. Condesa is known, along with neighboring Colonia Roma, for its beautifully preserved architecture of neo-functionalist, eclectic, rationalist and art deco styles.
Stella enjoys a privileged location in the heart of Colonia Condesa. The hotel is within walking distance of public transportation, tourist attractions and museums, ensuring that your trip to Mexico City is an enjoyable one.
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