W Mexico City

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Though the W brand of “untz-untz” luxury can feel a tad dated (this hotel opened in 2003), fashion-forward chilangos (Mexico City residents) still flock here. Expect the industrial-meets-Pop-Art sensibility the W is known for, along with features like hammocks strung up across bathrooms and bustling public spaces, like the open-plan lobby, often populated with plugged-in creative types. Book a corner Fantastic Suite (there’s one on each floor) for commanding views from a round soaking tub. (Rooms, from $220)

W Mexico City
Campos Elíseos 252Mexico City, Mexico

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