On a pious pavement (there’s a cathedral on it) in Mexico City, Circulo Mexicano is less hotel, more hangout hub for Mexican movers and literal Shakers – who’ll especially appreciate the function-first design, clean-lined carpentry and simple lines inspired by the Protestant movement. The original, 19th-century vecindad format – where grand buildings were divided into individual apartments set around a central patio – is intact, only these days the tenement also has a rooftop terrace with a bar, pool and rotating restaurant pop-ups. The Centro Historico setting means mezcalerias, museums and mariachi bands (ie the dream Mexican day out) are right outside.
Get this when you book through us:
A cocktail each, plus a bottle of house wine