About the project
The Casa Cocula Boutique Hotel was born in order to offer a magical escape full of history and tradition that merges with current comforts. It is an old house from the end of the 19th century, with charming streets and churches, inhabited by friendly and warm people.
Starting with an entrance that takes you back to colonial times leading you to a place that combines the preservation and restoration of ancient architecture with modern building thanks to architect Alfonso Núñez. A project that enables the perfect balance between both influences shown in two constructions joined by an inner courtyard where you can see the wide hallways defined by colonial arches.
The greatness of culture, history, and tradition is present in every single detail of this graceful boutique hotel with 18 rooms, including double rooms and suites. This place invites you to relax and rest thanks to the presence of materials such as walnut wood, marble, ironwork, and brick finishes in its roof vaults and walls.
You can also find a spa, multi-purpose rooms, a restaurant, and a rooftop bar decorated with parota-wood tables and ironwork bases as well as traditional equipales (Mexican leather-made wicker chairs); all of this with a lovely view to the inner courtyard..
|Project Scope||Interior Design/ Furniture/ Decoration||Photography||Oscar Delgado||Year||2018|