Entire apartment hosted by Cristina
6 guests2 bedrooms3 beds2 baths
Reforma and the Historic Center at your feet. Metro station is around the corner. The building is brand-new and the furnishing comprises a mixture of modern and Mexican mid-century pieces. The location allows you to move by foot or public transit if your goal is to avoid traffic. Roma, Condesa, Polanco and La Basilica at 10-min drive if you rather prefer to save your steps. The apartment is fully equipped.
“A home in of the busiest and traditional neighborhoods of the city.”
– Cristina, your host
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Ciudad de México, Mexico
Located two blocks from La Alameda, Bellas Artes and Reforma, it has direct public transport connection with La Basílica and Chapultepec. The area could not be more central, with access to plenty of museums, bookshops, restaurants, street food and markets. It is 10 minutes away from Zona Rosa, Condesa, Roma and Polanco.
Located two blocks from La Alameda, Bellas Artes and Reforma, it has direct public transport connection with La Basílica and Chapultepec. The area could not be more central, with access to plenty of museums, bo…
Distance from Mexico City International Airport
21 mins by car without traffic
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I am an architect from Chihuahua, a town located in the north of Mexico. I left my hometown like 10 years looking for traveling here and there and experience different cultures, food and places. My career landed me in Mexico City, where I have settled during the last years. I love the city because of its energy, cultural scene and excellent food at the best prices I´ve seen! The city is huge and you don’t really have to have a car to move around, there are a number of mobility options (Uber, metro, etc). In terms of safety, everything worth visiting is on pretty safe areas. My foreign friends, who have to travel by themselves during the day when I’m at work, have moved around freely with no inconveniences - yet, if you want to save your energy, use Uber and the tour buses so you get a glimpse of the main areas, if you are here for more than one day you can try mastering the art of ridding public transport at non-peak hours. Remember, the metro is crowded but it goes everywhere and is super cheap! As in any big city in the world, common sense comes a long way. Stay in well populated areas, and stay closer to the places you want to visit. That would make it easier to navigate the city. Definitively leave driving to the locals, since traffic is crazy here, and drivers are not always friendly. However, if you really want to drive by yourself I recommend Waze as the app to guide you around, and leave your car only at self-service parking spots. Beware of parking restrictions if you park on the street. This city has absolutely everything you can ask for. Sports, concerts, art, great food, archeology, shopping for any budget, history, and more. Try going during the breaks, when the locals go out on vacation and the place is not insanely crowded. The weather is also great in the spring, autumn and winter. Safe travels!
I am an architect from Chihuahua, a town located in the north of Mexico. I left my hometown like 10 years looking for traveling here and there and experience different cultures, fo…
During your stay
Your host won’t be on the property but they’ll be available for anything you need during your stay.
Cristina is a Superhost
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- Languages: English, Français, Español
- Response rate: 98%
- Response time: within an hour
Things to know
Check-in: After 3:00 pm
Checkout: 11:00 am
Self check-in with building staff
No parties or events