This boutique hotel will sweeten your visit to the Yucatan capital. Its former use was for two colonial houses on the busiest avenue of Merida, Av. Montejo, which currently is the walkway for all visitors and residents of the area, where the old haciendas have come to life with new uses without losing the character of its own structure. Within this beautiful view, highlights the iconic color “Barragán Pink” which was used by the genius mind of Carlos Kolozs to create the image of Roses & Xocolate.
This great hotel won the “Icons of Design” prize by Architectural Digest in 2011 for the great elegance and beauty that this space transmits. The beautiful hotel was refurbished and unified by the amazing Mexican architectural office of Salvador Reyes Rios and Josefina Larrain, under the idea and concept of Carlos Kolozs. The hotel is composed of seventeen rooms that retain the character of elegance, with high ceilings, private terraces and amenities that will make it feel like home. Each room has its own charm because each one is made up differently. The environment is totally artistic, varying in the palette of pink to yellow, with natural stone and different atmospheres of the natural light throughout the day. It is also living artwork; the entire hotel is decorated with art that speaks perfectly with the vanguard and sophisticated character of the space. It is one of the best points to enjoy the magic city of Merida. You will not want to leave or stop enjoying the wonderful benefits of the Mayan treatments at the magnificent spa. The restaurant is open to the public and has a private terrace at the top of the hotel where you can enjoy the views of the stars while enjoying music and good drinks. It also has a gym and of course, the iconic swimming pool in the courtyard that connects most of the rooms. Roses & Xocolate is best defined by luxury, tranquility and art.