I guess this a boutique hotel. As usual, the service was great, but the same can be said about anything in Mexico City. Service is always top-notch.
Walls are very thin, the bed is way too low, there is no functional elevator, people smoke in the hallways, no integration between the restaurant and front desk and no gym.
If you are a hipster looking for such type of experience, this is a great place to stay. By looking around my fellow guests, this really seems to be clientele. If you are a cranky old person like me and all you want is peace and quiet after a day of bouncing around the gorgeous but chaotic Mexico City, this isn't a great fit.
Don't get me wrong, it is far from a flea-infested place with rude people that I have stayed over my 30 years of being a roadwarrior. The front desk was always very kind and cordial, the bell boy was excellent, the food is terrific. But the facilities aren't what a business person needs.
There is a really "cool" open area with an infinity pool and bar area with seating room for a few people overlooking the pool. There are also some other well-appointed rooms opposite the pool where.
By the way, one side of the pool is acrylic. I guess you can judge for yourself if this is good or not :) I personally don't do public pools. so for me it is of little use.
Unlike other cheaper hotels ($120 a night in Mexico City isn't cheap, but it is for gringo standards), rooms have heating and A/C.