Mexico’s New Hotel Obsession Gives One of the World’s Most Beautiful Cities New Life

In 1987, Puebla, Mexico, became a UNESCO World Heritage Site, its history protected for generations to come. Thirty years later, the storied destination makes new headlines — this time with the opening of the Rosewood Puebla hotel in late June.

The city dates to the mid 16th century, making it layered in architectural styles: There are hints of the Renaissance, Baroque, colonial, and the distinctly Pueblan, with more than 365 churches known as some of the most beautiful in the world.

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