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|Distance to city center||10.2 mi|
|Nearest Airport||Mexico City Benito Juarez|
|Distance to airport||14.5 mi|
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Hotel location is good. Nearly have big supermarket and restaurant
Roo decoration is special,the roof is too high. Feeling nice good when stay in room
Fantastic view of Santa Fe. Nice room and really enjoyed the honey shampoo, conditioner and body lotion
It felt understaffed and it was pretty dead at night, 10:00 pm and it was out
Very different and interesting with a great view.
We were looking forward to relax on their spectacular terrace. There was an event the day we arrived, people and tools everywhere. The staff was uncomfortable with us there. We could not use the pool and the told us to leave before 7pm. Same story next morning there was an event and staff told us we had limited amount of time to take breakfast, pool area not accesible. We tried to go read in our room to relax since there is nowhere left to go but the event was the loudest fitness class ever. Had to cancel a masaage and leave before 10. It was our last night without kids. We were unable to rest. It's an event parlor, not a hotel. Don't expect to be treated as a guest. We felt very uncomfortable. It's a shame for such a beautiful place.
It is an amazing place, i loved the decor, you can feel the experience since you enter the building.
It needs some upgrade in the techonology, the TV is old, the audio System needs to get better speakers and thats it.
Surprising interiors, dazzling panoramic views, and double-height ceilings are a few of the eye-catching highlights of Distrito Capital. Located in the highest area of Mexico City—the skyscraper district of Santa Fe—this hotel is a testament to how cool Mexico's capital has become in recent years. Designed around the idea of creative minimalism, the 30 well-appointed guestrooms and suites look more like chic art spaces than hotel rooms. Any visitor will be simultaneously awed by impeccable design touches and excited by personal service flourishes. Fashionable without being zeitgeist-y, the inviting decor allows visitors to truly kick back and relax. The hotel is punctuated by vintage furnishings courtesy of famous mid-century designers. And Parisian interior designer Joseph Dirand has successfully created thought-provoking social spaces within the property, such as a lounge-friendly pool area and several spectacular terraces.
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- Nice building
- Stylish hotel
- Beautiful architecture
- Great view
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