La Valise Mexico City focuses on hedonistic traveling attention through affordable luxury, comfort and a unique experience. It is a home away from home that appeals to sophisticated travelers seeking space to rest, explore and create.
Is a luxurious small hotel and an urban refuge currently considered one of the hippest stays in Mexico City. It is located inside an early 20th century French style building in leafy Colonia Roma, a neighborhood teeming with contemporary art galleries, independent boutiques, great restaurants and trendy nightlife venues.
Can be characterized as a place of tranquility and peace, with 3 essential features that travelers look for in a shelter outside home: comfort, uniqueness and beauty…. indeed its rooms are designed for lovers of details and savoir-vivre.
The first stop, the perfect place to relax and get rid of the shackles of everyday life. In this suite the gears of time seem to suspend every moment in eternity.
The first stop, the perfect place to relax and get rid of the shackles of everyday life, where the gears of time seem to suspend every moment in eternity. “Timeless” is the best word to describe this suite. A symbiosis between Mexican and European sensibilities informs the perspective of Chic by Accident as a black velvet sofa and a center table covered with crocodile skin are contrasted with a terracotta dog by artist Carlos Ranc. Style does not come at the expense of comfort as the bedroom features a luxurious king size bed covered with 600 linen Egyptian cotton textiles. Plenty of light filters inside the suite from an adjacent Patio where an artisanal Yucatecan hammock and a leather swing float, as if time stood still... The shower room features a white bathtub and walk-in shower which contrasts with colorful handmade geometric tiles, solidifying the fusion between European and Mexican styles.
• 1000 square feet / 93 square meters suite
• King size bed with 600 linen Egyptian cotton fabrics
• Interior design and furnitures curated by Chic by Accident
• Bathtub & Walk-in shower
• Baja Botanica Amenities
• Large Patio with Leather swing & Yucatecan hammock
• Air conditioning
• Free Wi-Fi Internet access
• Personal safe
• Nespresso Coffee Machine and Tea-making facilities
• 40' Flat LED TV
• Apple TV
• Sound entertainment system which allows integration of iPod or MP3
El Patio Gallery
La Luna of La Valise Mexico City breaks the myth that sequels are never good. Between heaven and earth, our second suite is an ideal place to find inspiration and rediscover the world.
La Luna of La Valise Mexico City breaks the myth that sequels are never good. Between heaven and earth our second suite. An ideal place for reflection, find inspiration and rediscover the world. As elsewhere in the hotel, Mexican style permeates the atmosphere as Chic by Accident’s curated interior is highlighted by the contrast between the light finish of the wood floors and an eclectic red carpet. White iron chairs, a confortable velvet sofa are placed next to circular lamps from the seventies that illuminate black leather shelves emerging from the walls. Between the bedroom and the living room, a gigantic fiberglass parabolic antenna «La Luna» crosses the space unexpectedly and opens up to the queen size bedroom and the Mexican pink corridor that leads to the very lighted walk-in shower room and bathtub.
La Luna Gallery
The surreal third and final suite on the highestpointof La Valise Mexico City. A place to dream, to love and to remember unique memories.
The surreal third and final suite on the highest point of La Valise Mexico City. A place to dream, remember the first love and the unique memories with friends. Our best kept secret as the desire to sleep under the stars becomes a reality as the king size bed rolls from inside the bedroom to the exterior rooftop Terraza… Night session movie projection under the blanket and open sky are a delight pleasure. The living room combines the key elements of Chic by Accident which are wood, velvet and metal. A fireplace with blown glass spheres and a pair of framed paintings allude to a syncretism of influence from both Europe and Mexico. In the bathtub and walk-in shower bathroom the hardwood flooring contrasts with the geometric mosaics and Mexican pink walls. (Please note that this suite is in a last floor (of 3) and their access has a narrow staircase of 10 steps that may be a little bit complicated for elderly or people with health problems.)
La Terraza Gallery