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Once a colony for artists and outcasts now reimagined for a new cultural age, Esmé is a gem hidden in plain sight. Built in 1925 the series of buildings along Española Way that make up Esmé Village were once a hideaway for Al Capone and his cronies as they ran shady card games and set the backdrop for Desi Arnaz as he started a craze for the rumba.
Now a historic landmark, these walls set the foundation for 145 guest rooms and suites, a roof deck pool and lounge, and four dynamic food and beverage concepts all nodding to the colorful history of the Village and offering an escape to a world where time slips away.
Novelty abounds in our artfully-detailed rooms and suites, each one a rich backdrop for whatever happenings you’ve got in mind. Imagine you’re a classic moll on the lam for a few days, or deep dive for inspiration like the roman candle-bright minds that once walked these halls.