Architectural Digest “Explore Mexico City’s Design-Hotel Boom” 

A couple of days ago, we got a lovely email from Brooke Porter, a Mexico city based writer, who was kind enough to include us on her latest article for Architectural Digest called “Explore Mexico City’s Design-Hotel Boom”

“These are properties that feel more like the home of your dreams than mere places to stay, with living rooms that are perfectly chic and comfortable enough for lingering as well as leafy rooftop retreats that were designed as much for relaxing over breakfast as they were for sipping cocktails at sunset.” We are all about making our wonderful guests feel at home and welcomed at all times.

It’s a dream come true to be included with so many other beautiful hotels in Mexico City and we wanted to take this opportunity to thank Brooke and Architectural Digest for allowing us, and the other hotels featured, to be featured in such a great platform.


Read the full article here


Favorite Things To Do At Night in Mexico City

 It’s no secret that Mexico City is a city that  doesn’t sleep. So at Nima Local House, we decided to do an all-nighter itinerary of our favorite things to do at night in Mexico City for those who enjoy the nightlife and all it has to offer!

Let’s get it started

Dinner at Rosetta restaurant! Rosetta is a unique gastronomic proposal by Mexico City Chef Elena Reygadas. Located In a grand Colonia Roma townhouse, Reygadas offers diners authentic food that eschews excess and flash, moves away from the commonplace and proposes something a wee bit daring, yet utterly unaffected.

Let’s get drinks!

Rufino Mexico, located in Oaxaca 89 is one of our favorites to start off a good night. Mezcales and some of the best cocktails are guaranteed. And just around the corner there’s Bar Oriente. A restaurant bar with a modern twist and karaoke!

Now, if you are ready to hit the dance floor, you cannot miss Café Paraiso. Located in La Glorieta de Las Cibeles (Plaza Villa de Madrid 17) Cafe Paraiso is the place where You will hear local songs like reggaeton, salsa, and cumbia. (Note: We strongly recommend you get there early at night, it gets hard to get in after 11:00PM)

Once you’ve danced your heart out, you cannot go back home without having some tacos! There’s two taquerias we always recommend:  El Faraon taqueria (located in Oaxaca 93) and Taqueria Orinoco (Insurgentes 253) After all, when you don’t sleep, you need to eat!

That’s it! We hope you enjoy our small list of recommendations and don’t forget to always drink responsibly.


Here’s a list of the recommended places:



Bar Oriente 

Cafe Paraiso 

El Faraon

A Dinner With A Cause | Nima Local House

A Very Special Night

A couple of weeks ago we hosted a very special dinner at Nima Local House; its purpose was to raise funds for the victims of the September earthquakes that hit Mexico. The funds raised will go directly towards the reconstruction of homes in Morelos. The Chef in charge of this exceptional culinary experience was Santiago Muñoz.

The event was an unforgettable experience from start to finish. The first ones to arrive to the venue were the chef and his team of very professional individuals. They had to ensure everything was set and ready for the special night ahead. While that was happening, our in-house team was putting the last touches into a beautiful table set that left more than one speechless.

 As the guests started to arrive, we welcomed them with a cocktail in our living room/lobby. It helped break the ice between those that didn’t know each other, and those that were visiting us for the first time went to explore the hotel. Wang Perro, an instrumental group delighted us with their rhythm throughout the whole time and it was exquisite.

When it was finally a dinner time, the chef appeared to introduce each and every single one of his delicious dishes that were inspired in traditional street style Mexican food with a twist. The dinner had additions with the help of some of our beloved sponsors that included Ron Zacapa, S. Pellegrino water and Nespresso. We are grateful and honored to have had these brands to be a part of such a humble cause. This event would not have been possible without our sponsors and attendees. Thank you and see you at the next event.

Team Nima