, situated in the aptly upscale yet quirky Colonia Roma, is a small-scale, highly exclusive hotel that boasts just three guest rooms. Each room has its own individual, luxury charm as they were designed by French-born Roma resident Emmanuel Picault. Despite this, the Mesoamerican influence is evident. As you can imagine, this 1920s town house makes for anything but a cheap Mexico City option, but it’s certainly one you’ll be talking about for years
afterwards and while there you can enjoy personalised service from nearby restaurant, Rosetta. Small pets are welcome. The critical darling of Mexico City’s boutique, luxury hotel scene in recent years, La Valise was once a 1920s townhouse
that has been converted into a tiny but perfectly formed guesthouse. With only three rooms, you need to plan ahead if you fancy staying here; however, if you do get reservations, the stay is exceptional and room service comes courtesy of the nearby restaurant Rosetta. For true decadence, book the penthouse suite where you can sleep beneath the stars.