Housed in a 1930s art deco building near Parque México, this boutique hotel adds some hip style to the already vibrant Condesa neighborhood. The building was remodeled by architect Nahim Dagdug and Tom Shortt. All 15 rooms are done up in browns and subdued colors with marble bathrooms. You'll settle in easy with flat-screen TVs and memory-foam beds. Despite these luxuries, some rooms still feel a little low on space. The hotel's restaurant, the Hip Kitchen, with a menu
designed by Irak Roaro, serves contemporary Mexican-fusion food.