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Hoteliers, art collectors, and world travelers Carlos Couturier and Moisés Micha's Hôtel Americano combines the energy of Manhattan with the sophistication of its owners' global backgrounds. The 56 rooms and suites, rooftop terrace, and basement bars exude international chic, while the Chelsea neighborhood's art galleries, parks, and Hudson River views provide visitors with a singularly local perspective. Couturier and Micha, Mexico City natives with European roots, have endowed Hôtel Americano with warm Latin hospitality, French interior design, and New York energy.
MADE BY ORIGINALS
The duo behind Grupo Habita has been bringing a design revolution to Mexico’s hospitality industry since 2000. Investment banker Moisés Micha and citrus farmer Carlos Couturier have built up a collection of over a dozen diverse, award-winning hotels across Mexico and more recently in the USA. The ideological pair excels at choosing untapped locations in Mexico where their can integrate their vision into the personality of the city. As they put it: “It’s about creating experiences for your guests and making the world better through hospitality.”
ARCHITECTURE & DESIGN
After a complete makeover by award-winning Mexican architect Enrique Norten, this former parking garage in Chelsea has become a beacon of modern urban architecture, wrapped in perforated metal cladding. Renowed Paris-based designer Arnaud Montigny calms things down with his Japanese-inspired interiors, opting for a soothing muted palette, natural materials, minimal furnishings, and wood-lined sleeping pods with low platform beds. This is a neutral space — a Zen oasis in the Manhattan madness.