The living-room – I designed and daybed and chair myself, as I couldn't find interesting, contemporary furniture in the city. My friend Adri and I showing how to lounge on them.
Sunny apartment in historical centre
Sunny apartment in historical centre
3 guests
2 bedrooms
2 beds
1 bath
3 guests
2 bedrooms
2 beds
1 bath
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The space

The apartment is 90sqm large and is situated on the first floor. The house also has a rooftop with amazing views over the city.
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The apartment is 90sqm large and is situated on the first floor. The house also has a rooftop with amazing views over the city.

Guest access

I will hand you a set of keys for the front door and the apartment upon your arrival.
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I will hand you a set of keys for the front door and the apartment upon your arrival.

Interaction with guests

If you have any doubt, question or suggestion I am available for you via phone, What's App or mail.
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If you have any doubt, question or suggestion I am available for you via phone, What's App or mail.

Other things to note

For getting to my apartment form the airport it's best to get an 'Uber' or a Taxi as, the drive only takes about 20 to 30 min. from there to my house. However there is also a bus line form the 'Metrobus' which departs there and takes you straight to my house. The line is called 'Línea 4, Route Norte', and you take it in direction of 'Buenavista' (URL HIDDEN) You use the 'Metrobus' it with a chip card, which you can buy at vending machines at the stations, and which also can be used for the subway. If you exit at the station 'República de Argentina' you are only 3 blocks away from my house.
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For getting to my apartment form the airport it's best to get an 'Uber' or a Taxi as, the drive only takes about 20 to 30 min. from there to my house.

However there is also a bus line form the 'Metrobus' which departs there and takes you straight to my house. The line is called 'Línea 4, Route Norte', and you take it in direction of 'Buenavista' (URL HIDDEN) You use the 'Metrobus' it with a chip card, which you can buy at vending machines at the stations, and which also can be used for the subway.

If you exit at the station 'República de Argentina' you are only 3 blocks away from my house.


Amenities
Wireless Internet
Kitchen

Prices
Cleaning Fee $39 NZD
Weekly Discount: 10%
Weekend Price $79 NZD / night
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Sleeping arrangements
Bedroom 1
1 queen bed
Common spaces
1 single bed

House Rules
No smoking
No parties or events
Not safe or suitable for infants (Under 2 years)
Check in is anytime after 2PM
Check out by 12PM (noon)

Cancellations

Availability
On Fridays and Saturdays the minimum stay is 3 nights.

39 Reviews

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Mike User Profile
October 2017
A very clean apartment and very clove to nightlife. Would recommend for younger travelers, however, not too much for a family. Our host was very responsive and approachable. I enjoyed my stay and would come back.

Cristina User Profile
September 2017
Tough circumstances on the occasion of the 7.1 earthquake, but appreciate Corinna's communication and care.

Samuel User Profile
September 2017
Corinna's apartment was lovely - nice to come back to after a long day of walking around Mexico City! She had lots of staples in the kitchen and we were never without clean towels, sheets, or toilet paper. Comfy bed too!

Kyle User Profile
September 2017
Corinna's place is easy to get to from the airport using public transport or Uber. It is located close to some great tourist spots in the city, including local markets and well-priced guided bus tours. This was well priced for what you receive.

Emily User Profile
September 2017
Corinna's place is very spacious and very central/easy to get around. We found the gas heater for the water a little bit confusing and it would have been nice to get some warning about needing to light the gas each time you wanted to use hot water, but other than that a great stay. Corinna was great and gave thoughtful advice too!

Kate User Profile
August 2017
The apartment is architecturally very nice. We made good use of the roof terrace and the central location. However we didn't find that Corinna was particularly attentive. Upon arriving in Mexico City for the first time she did not greet us and show us the apartment, choosing instead to drop us the keys from the first floor window of her boyfriends apartment. She left detailed instructions of how to work the boiler but it's very difficult to manage, not at all intuitive and I burnt my hand twice attempting to do it. As a consequence we couldn't have hot showers for most of our stay. Corinna could not come to come and show us how anything worked in the apartment despite our requests because she had taken an out of town trip during our stay which she had not warned us about in advance. We relied on Corinna's very sweet neighbour to resolve every issue. Claudia was brilliant and was able to help us enormously despite a language barrier. On the whole I think the apartment is great if you know the city well already, if you want to be left completely alone and are confident that if any issue arises it can be solved without the aid of your host.
Corinna User ProfileCorinna is a superhost.
Response from Corinna:
Well, you forgot to mention that you arrived at 5am to the airport, and we had an agreement that you will pick up the keys at my boyfriends house even though the 'official' check in time is hours later. I did throw the keys out of the window if the first floor, assuming that you will continue your taxi ride immediately. Regarding the hot water: Mexico is a developing country, and you will find boilers running on gas almost anywhere. So far any guest has been able to operate the boiler with the instructions I give. I am sorry that you couldn't work it out, even after my neighbor came down to light for you. Regarding my neighbor: She is a single mom who has been living in that building since 35 years, and whom I chose to employ to help me here and there. She does not speak English, and of course that is a deficit when working with travelers, but then you can also see it that way: you don't speak Spanish. Her teenage-daughter, however does, and I offered to have her translate but you said it wasn't necessary. Also you didn't respond to me when I asked wether the problem is solved or not, nor did you let me know the first day that you were having problems lighting the boiler. To be honest, the first time you wrote too me you already seemed to be pretty upset, and I found that tone you choose a bit difficult. I do realize it would have been much more attentive and productive if I would have come over to sort things out with you directly, but by the time you reached out to me, I was out of town for work. So I am really sorry for the inconvenience, but I must say that I find your expectations a bit overly high for an Airbnb host. In the end, we are all amateurs, and there is a reason why people train for years to become a hotelier. Kind regards and save travels, Corinna
August 2017

Ana Gabriela User Profile
August 2017
The location could have not been more perfect. We walked to bellas artes, palacio nacional and other historic places. Corinna was super helpful in accommodating all our needs. Her apt was clean and big. She was vey responsive and overall a great host. I felt very safe staying in her apt. Thank you for everything corinna!

Mexico City, MexicoJoined in July 2013
Corinna User ProfileCorinna is a superhost.

I'm a German writer and curator living in Mexico City since 2013.

Languages: Deutsch, English, Español
Response rate: 100%
Response time: within an hour

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