These three historical-themed rooms – Lebreton, Loaeza and De La Lama – are named after former Mexico City residents, who all had links to the hotel in bygone years. All rooms have king-size beds and bags of character with views to Nima’s ivy-draped internal courtyard. Ensuite bathrooms come with Persea Apothecary toiletries and a monsoon shower. There’s also a smart TV with Netflix, a Nespresso coffee machine and a minibar.
Tovar y de Teresa
Like all rooms at Nima, this suite takes its inspiration from notable figures: in this case, a Mexican historian (and old resident of the house) who dedicated his life to collecting art. A pair of woven wall hangings above the king-size bed pay homage to his passion. The ensuite bathroom has a monsoon shower with Persea Apothecary toiletries. There’s also a smart TV with Netflix, a Nespresso coffee machine, minibar and a balcony with views of the city – here, overlooking La Roma district.