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The hard-edged Distrito Capital fits right into the skyscraper-heavy Santa Fe hood, Mexico City's up-and-coming business district. The 30-room hotel takes its sanctuary-in-the-sky cues from the pioneering Park Hyatt Tokyo: Guests arrive through a mirrored hallway so dimly lit and high-ceilinged that it feels more like a nightclub entrance, then ascend first to the fifth-floor reception area and then to the guest rooms, high up on floors 26 through 29. Mexico City looks positively picturesque from the crisply minimalist rooms—standard doubles have white-on-white bedrooms and all-black closets, hallways, and bathrooms (if you drop a black shirt in the dressing area, you'll have to hunt for it). Santa Fe is home to many multinational corporations, but it's also a good base for leisure travelers who want to escape the city's chaos at dusk; after all, the popular contemporary Mexican restaurant Pujol and the happening lounge mean you need never leave the hotel to join the party.

Which room to book: Superior Queen, especially on weekends, when they're only $130—$40 less than the weekend rate for a standard double.

Distrito Capital
Tel: 52 55 5257 1300

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