Hotel Elena de Cobre | SINCE XIX CENTURY
Set in one of the oldest restored casonas in the area, Hotel Emiliano will showcase a rare Mexican colonial architectural style when it opens in December 2017. Its preservation of the building’s original elements—including an ancient “pergola” made of wood and clay—earned it recognition from the National Institute of Anthropology and History.
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SINCE XIX CENTURY

Set in one of the oldest restored casonas in the area, Hotel Elena de Cobre exhibits a Mexican colonial architectural style that was inaugurated in November 2018. Its preservation of the building’s original elements—including an ancient “pergola” made of wood and clay—earned it recognition from the National Institute of Anthropology and History. Augmenting the three-story structure’s traditional look and feel will be a unique floating-steel core, as well as a striking copper façade that pays homage to León’s industrial and artisanal roots (the city is long renowned for its leather products) and introduces an innovative sense of elegance and beauty to the property.

ARCHITECTURE

Elena de Cobre preservation of the building’s original elements—including an ancient “pergola” made of wood and clay—earned it recognition from the National Institute of Anthropology and History.

Project carried out by Architect Mario Placencia Sashida, where you can find a hybrid style between Brutalist architecture and colonial architecture, which respects the old building that highlights the past, with the new space, the present.

The passion for the history of our city, evokes the respect that we have for each original material found in this house, including its patio and ancient pergola made of wood and clay.

Its characteristic copper facade brings elegance, innovation and beauty.