Boca Chica Hotel was "like an archaeology project" says Frida Escobedo | Architecture | Dezeen



Frida Escobedo explains how she renovated the 1950s Boca Chica Hotel in Acapulco, Mexico, in this exclusive interview with Dezeen.

Situated on the Pacific coast of Mexico in the beach town of Acapulco, Boca Chica Hotel was originally constructed in the late 1950s at a time when the small town was a popular holiday destination for Hollywood celebrities.

The hotel features a mint-green poolside deck, concrete parasols, colourful furniture and contrasting textures throughout the interior.

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