The name VOLGA comes from the street, but it cannot be detached from its origin. Volga is the largest river in Europe, and rivers imply movement and life, elements that share the essence of the project.
You close your eyes, shapes disappear, but the colors remain; all physical experiences become abstract and, at the same time, transform into a unique space.
Volga is inspired by urban redevelopment and sustainable nature: designed with the architectural vision and interior design by JSa - Aisha Ballesteros, Benedikt Fahlbusch, Javier Sánchez. Explore.
LIGHTWELL AND COURTYARD
It is our main stage: the boxes are the room balconies arranged around the skylight with an aerial view of the urban cenote. Guests will always have a front-row seat overlooking the social, musical, and gastronomic melting pot of our courtyard, an artistic installation of an aerial landscape by the visual artist Perla Krauze.
At the heights of Volga, our rooftop is an outdoor space where guests and clients relax on loungers or in cabanas, sunbathe, cool off in the swimming channel, savor dishes from our "comfort food" menu, cocktails, and drinks. It serves as a music stage with live DJ performances and functions as a Day Club.
Colosseum-like underground amphitheater designed to be the nighttime stage for live music, a social and cultural melting pot. This intimate space caters to enthusiasts of craft mixology, as well as fans of national and international musicians and DJs who will perform in front of an exclusive audience.
Breaking away from formality, inviting the expression of the senses in a relaxed atmosphere that permeates everyday life. Mexico City is one of the most vibrant and exciting capitals in the world.
In Mexico City, there are many iconic sites, remnants of ancient culture, palaces with centuries of history, and monuments from different eras. However, few spaces have played a role in as many significant events as Chapultepec Castle.
Paseo de la Reforma is the most important and emblematic avenue in Mexico City. Originally called Paseo de la Emperatriz or Paseo del Emperador, it was named so because its layout was commissioned by Maximilian I of Mexico during the Second Mexican Empire.
The Mexico Grand Prix takes place on October 29th at the Autódromo Hermanos Rodríguez circuit in Mexico City (Mexico). The circuit's length is 4,304 kilometers. Throughout the race, drivers will complete 71 laps around the circuit, covering a final distance of 305.584 kilometers.