For over 100 years, the Hotel Geneve has welcomed well-known national and international guests from political, economic and cultural horizons such as President Don Porfirio Díaz; British Prime Minister and Peace Nobel Prize winner Sir Winston Churchill; Charles Lindbergh, the first man to ever cross the Atlantic Ocean with his sole cat’s company and who took advantage of the hotel’s proximity to the American Embassy to woo the ambassador’s daughter; Frida Kahlo, an icon for Mexican art and culture across the world, who was actually born in 1907, the same year the hotel opened its doors.
The Hotel Geneve boasts four Vintage Suites decorated and dedicated to those illustrious personalities. They combine both a timeless elegance and today’s modernity. Special features include a large reception room, a living room and toilets. The Vintage Suites were exquisitely decorated with warm colors to convey comfort; their fine red cedar wood furniture was hand carved. The Vintage Suites have a comfortable separate bedroom and ample dressing room.