The Rosewood Puebla will be housed in a collection of buildings from different time periods.

Rosewood Hotels & Resorts will open its fourth property in Mexico in 2016 in the colonial city of Puebla, 75 miles southeast of Mexico City.  

The 79-room hotel will be located near the Zocalo, the main square and the cultural center of Puebla.

The hotel will be housed in a collection of buildings from different eras surrounding a walled courtyard with a 300-year-old chapel, which will be available as a wedding venue.

Facilities will include a restaurant with outdoor seating, the Lavaderos de Almoloya bar, the Sense spa with four treatment rooms and a rooftop bar with pool.

Wherever possible, traditional materials and methods of construction will be incorporated into the building. The Rosewood Puebla will highlight Puebla's famous Talavera pottery and will showcase furnishings and works from Mexican artists and craftspeople.

Puebla, a Unesco World Heritage site, has numerous historic sites, more than 365 churches and is the place where mole poblano, one of Mexico's national dishes, was created. 

The city also lies close to two of Mexico's most significant archaeological sites at Cantona and Cholula, the location of the world's largest pyramid.

Rosewood's other hotels in Mexico are in San Miguel de Allende, the Riviera Maya and Los Cabos, where Las Ventanas al Paraiso will reopen on June 4. That hotel has been closed since Hurricane Odile hit Los Cabos last September.


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