Need to know
Four, including one suite.
Noon, but flexible, subject to availability. Earliest check-in, 3pm.
Double rooms from $313.70 (MXN6,000), excluding tax at 16 per cent. Please note the hotel charges an additional local city tax of 3% per room per night prior to arrival.
Rates usually include à la carte breakfast.
Fancy cooking like a local? Nima can arrange private classes. Prefer something a bit bendier? There’s yoga on offer, too.
At the hotel
A free drink on arrival, free WiFi throughout. In rooms: fresh flowers on arrival, air-conditioning, Nespresso machines on request, free Netflix, pillow menu, minibar, free bottled water, black-out curtains, plug adaptor.
Our favourite rooms
We particularly love the Tovar and Teresa rooms at the front of the house – they’re the quietest (and largest), and have balconies perfect for people watching.
There are plans for a spa in the works, but for now in-room treatments are on offer. Plump for a Swedish massage, facial, a little reflexology, perhaps… all using Mexican products.
Come prepared to get high: Mexico City’s 2,250 metres above sea level, so might get chillier than you expect. Pack layers, and stay hydrated (throw eye drops in your carry-on if you wear contacts).
Nima’s in a historic former home that isn’t wheelchair accessible.
This one’s for the grown ups: no <i>niños</i> allowed.