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Mexico City’s most stunning boutique hotel has 3 rooms and an outdoor bed

La Valise Hotel offers exclusive hospitality and maximum comfort

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Una delle tre suite dell'hotel La Valise in Messico

Besides big hotel groups and pretentious names, more intimate and boutique hotels are becoming increasingly popular. These smaller hotels, often known thanks to word of mouth, tend to be refined and with luxurious details that will make your stay unforgettable. The lower number of rooms guarantees a better and more personalised customer service. For instance, this is the case of La Valise Hotel in Mexico City

The hotel is inside a building from 1920 located in the Roma Norte neighbourhood, an area renowned for its restaurants and parks. Once you enter from its elegant wooden main door, the atmosphere is relaxing and welcoming, so much that you will feel like inside a house and not a hotel. This is exactly the outcome that entrepreneur and globetrotter Yves Naman was aspiring for when he started the project in partnership with French designer Emmanuel Picault. Instead of having several small and anonym rooms, they opted for only three wide and airy ones. The decorations are few and perfectly combined with famous photographs and design lights. Every single detail helps making the living room a perfect lounge area. 

For example, the soft Egyptian cotton towels, the free-standing bathtub, the Baja Botánica beauty line products and the accessorised mini-kitchen. Other details could also not be missed: high tech systems to watch movies and listen to your favourite music, a hammock to sunbath in the terrace and a swing. If you are lucky enough to book the sought-after “La Terrazza” suite, you can move your bed outdoor on the terrace with a remote controller. Ideal to sleep under the stars. 

 


by Maria Chiara Antonini / 15 November 2017

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