An artistic sanctuary in Mexico City, designed by a multiple award-winning architect and furnished by a renowned interior designer, for a remarkable escape packed with unique and captivating style.
  • Sleeps: 6
  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Bathrooms: 3
  • Minimum stay: 1 night

Designed by the Pritzker Architecture Prize-winning architect Álvaro Siza, Casa Siza is a visually captivating and soul-soothing sanctuary in Mexico City’s bustling Santa María la Ribera district.

Described as “poetic modernism”, Álvaro Siza’s work has garnered multiple accolades (including Spain’s National Architecture Award in 2019) for creating contemporary, clean-lined spaces that respect the history and environment of their surroundings. Casa Siza is a breath-taking example; a historic building with its rich original features carefully preserved.

Inside, captivating décor and furnishings are provided by Lucia Corredor: an interior designer named in the AD100 – Architectural Digest’s prestigious list of the most influential talents in design – for a memorable stay, infused with unique and compelling style.

The three-storey retreat boasts an exclusive pop-up art gallery by Kasmin Gallery on the first floor (please note that the gallery is open to the public for appointment-only guided tours and private viewings).

The remaining storeys comprise a striking and elegant apartment for up to six guests, and also features artwork by acclaimed artists including Bosco Sodi, Mario Garcia Torres, and Izumi Kato. You’ll make your grand entrance through the ground-floor gallery and dazzling atrium, into cubic living, dining, and sleeping spaces that are individually designed to invoke comfort and inspire wonder.

The sociable living and dining space is filled with jaw-dropping artistic elements, yet there are plenty of holiday conveniences, too: a Netflix, Prime and HBO-equipped TV, a fun selection of board games, and an incredible dining table that seats up to 10 people. You’ll find the kitchen furnished with everything you need, too, including a Nespresso machine to charge lazy mornings spent on your choice of scenic terrace.

You’ll also have three suites to choose from: a kingsize main with a walk-in wardrobe and a sauna, a kingsize master with a private terrace and an indulgent bathtub, and a double suite with twin beds and exceptional city views. Whichever you choose, you’ll enjoy private en-suite facilities and a cosy reading nook for those tranquil holiday moments.

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At a glance

  • A two-storey apartment designed by the multiple award-winning architect Álvaro Siza, in an historic Mexico City building and exclusive art gallery.
  • Interiors are styled by the AD100-listed interior designer Lucia Corredor.
  • The self-contained apartment sleeps up to 6 guests (maximum 4 children) in 3 suites: 2 kingsize and 1 twin, all with city views and en-suite bathroom facilities.
  • Relax on one of the apartment’s scenic terraces, or explore the surrounding area of Santa María la Ribera, which boasts several unique places of interest.


  • Family Friendly


Entrance via ground floor and atrium: living/dining space with seating, dining table and chairs for 10, Wi-Fi, TV with Netflix, Prime Video, and HBO, selection of board games, access to terrace. Kitchen with fridge, freezer, Nespresso machine with pods, toaster, microwave, stove/oven, blender, dishwasher. Main kingsize suite with walk-in wardrobe, Smart TV, desk, reading area, en-suite walk-in rainfall shower and sauna. Master kingsize suite with private city-view terrace, walk-in wardrobe, Smart TV, en-suite bathroom with bathtub. Double suite with city-view balcony, reading area, en-suite bathroom with rainfall shower.

Local Activities

Walking, cycling, shops, restaurants, museums, historic sites.

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Once you’ve settled in, why not get to know the local area a little better? Once an upper-class country getaway, Santa María la Ribera is peppered with historic buildings – some designated architectural landmarks – and unique places of interest.

These include the Kiosco Morisco at the district’s centre: an arresting 19th century wrought iron and glass structure in the Alameda Park, and the Geology Institute: a collection of fossils, minerals, flora and fauna housed in an Art Nouveau building with vibrant stained-glass windows.

Things to note

The first-floor art gallery is open to the public for appointment-only guided tours and private viewings. 24/7 security is provided via guards and cameras. Please note that the rental price includes a daily cleaning fee.

Where you'll be staying

Mexico City

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