This luxury boutique hotel in Mexico City is a unique urban refuge in the heart of Roma Norte – a fashionable and chic neighborhood alive with artistic energy. Restored from a historic 1920’s townhouse, the petite and intimate three suite hotel is a vibrant mix of bespoke design details and some surprising features (The Terrace room has a bed that can be rolled onto the deck for sleeping under the stars). It’s an elegant and unusual hideaway where small is definitely beautiful.
La Valise Mexico City, Mexico
Located in an elegantly restored historic building on a quiet street in Roma Norte, this stylish boutique hotel in Mexico City is immersed within the lively and artistic Roma Norte neighborhood just west of the city center.
A hybrid concept designed by Mexico City resident and globetrotter Yves Naman, the hotel and ground floor boutique was created in partnership with French designer Emmanuel Picault. The three story townhouse’s ornate facade gives way to lush interiors that don’t follow the rules, with a chic mix of styles and eras that complement the more traditional features of the early 20th century building.
The ground floor El Patio suite is a timeless fusion of Mexican and European styles, with bold statement pieces and elegant accents. As the name suggests, it comes complete with a breezy private patio where you can while away some time in the swing or the hammock. The en suite baths features dazzling geometric tile and indulgent soaking tubs.
Upstairs, La Luna has a more romantic, vintage vibe with décor by interior design studio Chic by Accident and a gigantic fiberglass parabolic antenna «La Luna” that divides the spaces. With pale hardwood floors, bright pink color washing and an eclectic mix of 60s and 70’s era accents, it’s modern and a little edgy.
The lavish top floor La Terraza suite is the crowning glory, with a combined living and bedroom space with fireplace and a king-size bed on rails that can be rolled out onto the rooftop terrace for sleeping under the stars. The slide away walls create a bright open air environment decorated with additional pieces from Chic by Accident and comes equipped with a projector for private movie nights on the terrace.
While there is no restaurant, guests can request room-service created and prepared by Rosetta Restaurant chef Elena Reygadas – the recipient of Latin America’s Best Female Chef by the San Pellegrino 50 Best Restaurants jury.
Hip and stylish but relaxed and welcoming, this tiny hideaway is a unique and atmospheric stop over in CDMX.
24 hr. room service and reception. Free Wi-Fi and 40′ LED TVs with Apple TV with MP3 audio, personal safe and minibar, luxury Egyptian cotton linens and Baja Botanica amenities. Optional shuttle service available.
The city’s Roma Norte neighborhood is a colorful mix of youthful energy and artistic expression with many galleries and street art, outdoor markets, nightlife and cafe culture. Densely populated and bustling with colorful chaotic energy, Mexico City is the high-altitude capital of the country and the hub of culture, history and spiritual identity that the rest of the country orbits around. A cultural renaissance of sorts has helped the city rise above the country’s sometimes misinterpreted reputation with a lively sense of renewal and possibility. The public promenades and squares and both the historic and contemporary neighborhoods are springing back to life with a vibrant arts and culinary scene and a buzzing centro. Situated in and around the massive Plaza de la Constitución or “Zocalo”, are the city’s most famous landmarks including the 13th century Aztec Templo Mayor, the baroque Catedral Metropolitana de México and the colonial Palacio Nacional, which is home to the treasured murals by Diego Rivera.
Mexico City, Mexico. Nearest Airport: Mexico City International (13km)
BEST TIME TO VISIT: Year round
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La Valisefrom $250/ nt
|$260 x 4||$1,040|
|Refundable Damage Deposit||$500|
|TOTAL (with Deposit)||$1,780|
100% refund for cancellations request by at (property’s local time). No refund if less than 14 days priors to arrival day.