位于墨西哥城豪华的波兰科区的中心，Busué精品酒店将历史的建筑与现代风格融合在一起。布卢（Busué）距离广阔的林肯（Parque Lincoln）是一笔石头，这是世界上最脉动的大都市之一的平静和自然绿洲，以及令人印象深刻的Paseo de la Reforma；托雷市长（墨西哥最高的建筑物之一），公共艺术展览和豪华物业的14.7公里林荫大道的住所。
A cave-like enclave to retreat to after a tiring day spent exploring Mexico City’s diverse neighbourhoods, the Busué—sharing a postcode with stylish bars, restaurants, boutiques, and galleries—has just 11 rooms, and the sort of hands-off service that gives you the sense of staying in a grand home rather than a hotel.
Calm and contentment prevails behind Busué’s gated entrance, from the fine and plentiful freshly made-to-order continental breakfast to its cosy covered terrace—a gem of a spot to sip a coffee or glass of wine—and on to a small living room area (with one of the most beautiful ceilings you’ll ever see) at the front of the property filled with an eclectic mix of old and new objects and furnishings; and that’s all before you step into those generously sized bedrooms.
An immense period house where the use of quarry stone is in abundance, rooms are situated over two floors (below Polanco hotspot DIXON, a lively restaurant cum bar cum club that is currently attracting the city’s beautiful people), and differ in size and layout without compromising on comfort and style. 500 cotton thread bedding envelopes kingsize beds, the addition of slippers and thick gowns an ingredient in the hotel’s home-from-home feel. Bathrooms are large with raw natural materials, and have a distinctly different feel from the bedrooms—which are furnished with plush curtains, weighty wooden flooring, colourful art, and designer pieces.