Another hotel from Mexico’s Habita group, Distrito Capital is a modern luxury lodging in Mexico City’s Santa Fe area, which is a sprawling suburb of high rises and malls situated quite a ways from the city's popular tourist neighborhoods and downtown. However, since many multinational corporations offices are in Santa Fe, this can be a good pick for business travelers. The hotel's a small one of only four floors, but since they start on the 25th floor of a large tower, each has spectacular views, through walls that are curtains of glass (there are electronic blackout shades that cover them when you want privacy). The decor is minimal and ultra-chic, done by Parisian designer Joseph Dirand; think sharp lines, grays and whites, lots of electrical outlets and i-pod docking stations. The beds are cushy, and the bathrooms feature rainfall showers.  The lounge-friendly pool area looks a bit like the set of a Hollywood movie (somewhat futuristic and filled with beautiful young things as it's popular with the locals). The same vibe applies to the hotel's several terraces and its screening room. Famed Mexican chef Enrique Olvera’s fifth-story restaurant and bar offers panoramic views of the city along with a fabulous menu. If you want to take in the popular sites of the city, ask the hotel's concierge to hire a driver for the day. It will be well worth it and a great way to take in some of the city's sites.