History meets modernization in San Miguel Chapultepec, a seemingly sleepy labyrinth of tree-lined streets, snaking highways, stately homes, and decrepit buildings. Its contrasts are exactly what convince artists to move to San Miguel, while its convenient location near Paseo de la Reforma attracts professionals to the area. Add to its peculiar attributes its perfect location on the border of Mexico City’s most majestic park and you too might find your feet on the path to San Miguel.See places to stay Save this neighborhood
An Eccentric Community In the Shade of Chapultepec Park
San Miguel Chapultepec is very convenient to transit, has all the conveniences you would need, is near many spots you might want to visit (Chapultepec Park, La Condesa, Roma, etc) but is very calm."
Dana & Alan
Visited in 2012
The City's Favorite Green Space: Bosque de Chapultepec
San Miguel Chapultepec is the best kept secret in the City of Mexico...if our President lives here, there must be a reason."
Galleries and a Growing Creative Scene
San Miguel Chapultepec is very close to large museums like the National Museum of Anthropology and the Museum of Modern Art...all the goodies without the hassle of busy streets."
Casual Cafes and Coffee Shops
Walking distance to cultural attractions such as El Bosque Chapultepec, Casa del Lago, Museo de Arte Moderno, Museo Nacional de Antropología, Museo Tamayo, and Kurimanzutto Gallery."
The Look of San Miguel Chapultepec's Residential Lifestyle
Airbnb works with local photographers to capture the spirit of neighborhoods all around the world. The photography on this page includes work by:
Alicia Vera is a photographer based in Mexico City. She studied at the Academy of Art University in San Francisco and eventually moved to DF to rediscover her families' roots. Her past clients include Condé Nast Traveler, 360 Magazine, Delta Sky Magazine, and The Wall Street Journal. She is an Eddie Adams XXIII alumni.
Beto Adame is a photographer specializing in travel, architectural, and lifestyle photography. His images have been used to form part of advertising campaigns in numerous internationally-renowned magazines; Columbus NL and Monocle among others. Beto has dedicated himself to his own personal projects, which include constructed pictures and Interior Landscapes. He currently lives in Mexico City.