Corner view Apt in the Historic Core Juarez52/601


Entire rental unit hosted by Hugo

  1. 3 guests
  2. 1 bedroom
  3. 1 bed
  4. 1 bath
Entire home
You’ll have the apartment to yourself.
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Self check-in
You can check in with the doorman.
Great location
90% of recent guests gave the location a 5-star rating.
In Mexico City for business or pleasure? Stay at the safest and cleanest of buildings in the historic core. Common areas (Gym, Elevators, Lobby, Hallways, Events Room) are sanitized EVERY DAY. 24/7 doorman, Uber, and Taxi readily available right in front of the building. Grocery shopping available upon request for a modest fee, daily or weekly apartment cleaning available for a modest fee. Fastidiously cleaned every time! Included: Cable TV and Netflix.

The space

-Our apartment is cleaned fastidiously and disinfected every time. Our on-site manager Gerardo ensures the cleanliness and comfort of this property and we assure you that your apartment will be spotless on your arrival.

-You will find the following self-care supplies inside the apartment: Hand sanitizer, shampoo, body wash, hand soap and a first aid kit.

-Contactless self check-in. On the day of your arrival, we will send you a code to gain access to the aparment via a four digit code.

-All common areas in the building (gym, elevators, hallways, lobby) are meticulously cleaned on a daily basis by on-site cleaning staff.

-A 24/7 doorman is always guarding the door and ensuring a proper guest registration.

We call our apartment Juarez52/601. Located in the beautiful Carso Alameda building (built by Carlos Slim), we are located in Mexico City's Historic Core. If Mexico City has a heart, this apartment is in the right ventricle with an expansive view of the left one. Extremely accessible by public transportation if you want it. However, you will never be wanting for a quick taxi, Uber or Didi which are plentiful right in front of the building.

We are only a few minutes by car to Avenida Reforma, Colonia Roma, Polanco, Little Polanco and many other business and cultural centers in Mexico City.

You will be within walking distance to some of Mexico's must-visit attractions: Walk to Palacio de Bellas Artes (across the street). Visit the iconic Juarez Memorial which is also across the street and can be viewed from the HUGE CORNER windows. Stroll through Alameda Park and eat at one of its restaurants. Walk on pedestrian-only Madero Avenue to arrive at Zocalo (15 min walk) where you can visit Templo Mayor, Mexico City's cathedral, National Palace, and endless museums and restaurants. Around the corner (literally) from Juarez52/601 you will find yourself in the heart of the newly restored Chinatown with great restaurants and constant activity. The museum of tolerance is our neighbor (20 meters away).

For a bird's eye view of the entire city, walk 2 minutes to Torre Latinoamericana which is one of Mexico City's tallest buildings and home to a 360-degree view observation deck. Keep walking past Torre Latinoamericana (15 min) and arrive at Zocalo square where you will find breathtaking colonial architecture as well as the Aztec's main ritual temple (Templo Mayor). Walk 15 min in the opposite direction and find yourself in Monumento a la Revolucion which offers you an observation deck, cafe, bookstore, and museum. Whatever is not within walking distance is a short subway or uber ride away. The 1695 acres that make up Chapultepec Park, its zoo, museums, castle, restaurants, and walkways are only one short uber or taxi ride away.

Juarez52/601 is also a homage to Oaxaca which is the birthplace of its name bearer (Mexican President and Abraham Lincoln contemporary Benito Juarez). All the artwork in it has been carefully selected and brought directly from Oaxaca and has been produced by Oaxacan hands. The centerpiece of the apartment is a mural by Oaxacan artist Paco Beristain. We invite you to "be here" and experience this wonderful place we have prepared for visitors from all over the world.

Our Sony ultra HD tv and surround sound system along with HBO and HD channels and lightning-fast fiber optic internet access will keep you entertained during your stay.

A good size open floor kitchen and breakfast counter will keep you fed. Four burner gas stove, gas oven, fridge, freezer, microwave, coffee maker, toaster, blender, pots, and pans are all available to you.

A well equipped gym will keep you fit.

A sparkling clean bathroom and ample shower space will help you relax.

Each floor in this building counts with coined operated washing and drying machines (purchase coins from doorman).

There are two elevators for guests to use and one service elevator.

You will find water to quench your thirst upon your arrival.

You will find instant coffee and sugar upon your arrival.

You will find that we provide shampoo and conditioner.

The building counts with 24/7 doorman service.

The apartment is designed to SLEEP two or three persons comfortably. (Two in the king size bed and one in the very comfortable over sized couch). No more than 3 people should sleep in the apartment.

IMPORTANT: Children 12 and under unfortunately cannot stay in our place. The place is designed for adults. Teens 13 and up are welcome. This rule is STRICTLY enforced.

IMPORTANT: Smoking is not permitted in the apartment. This rule is strictly enforced. The apartment is equipped with smoke detectors. Smokers can enjoy at the very safe Alameda park across the street (plenty of benches to sit and a great view of the surrounding buildings).

Where you'll sleep

What this place offers

City skyline view
TV with standard cable
Luggage dropoff allowed
Hair dryer

1 night in Ciudad de México

Dec 1, 2021 - Dec 2, 2021

4.92 out of 5 stars from 206 reviews


Where you’ll be

Ciudad de México, CDMX, Mexico

Get your bearings: The address is Avenida Juarez 52 Apt. 601 Colonia Centro, Cuauhtemoc, Ciudad de Mexico 06000 (We are right in front of Hemiciclo a Juarez and Alameda Central). We are in the white building with the Sanborns restaurant and with the Inbursa bank on the ground floor)

We are on Avenida Juarez corner with Luis Moya. We are between Luis Moya and Dolores. Behind our building and parallel to Juarez runs Avenida Independencia. (Avenida Juarez and Independencia are both one way streets). Traffic on Juarez runs west to east. Traffic on Independencia runs east to west. Got it? (Google Search: Juarez 52 Cuauhtemoc Centro Mexico City)

-We call our apartment Juarez52/601. We are located in Mexico City's Historic Core. The apartment is extremely accessible by public transportation we have two subway lines right in front. Bellas Artes station (or line 2) and Hidalgo station (or line 2 and 3). Both of the entrances to these stations are located in opposite sides of Alameda park which is directly in front of the building. (Google Search: Mexico City Subway System)

-Right in front of our building is Hemiciclo a Juarez (Juarez Memorial) which can actually be viewed fully from the apartment. The monument has 24/7 security officers guarding it. (Google Search: Hemiciclo a Juarez)

- Next to our building is the Museum of Tolerance. Self-guided tours are $80 pesos and guided tours are $100 pesos (about 4 and 5 US dollars respectively). Museum is closed on Monday. Hours are: Tue-Fri 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. and Sat-Sun 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. (Google Search: Museum of Tolerance Mexico City)

- On the east end off Alameda park (but very close still to the apartment) is Palacio de Bellas Artes which is the Palace of Fine Arts. You can catch world class performances here (purchase tickets on ticketmaster). Guided tours of the Palace are Tue-Fri at 1:00 and 1:30 (space permitting). (Google Search: Palacio de Bellas Artes)

-Garibaldi Plaza (that's the plaza where all the Mariachis are) is only a few blocks away. While there, drink a few cerbezas at the HISTORIC Salon Tenampa (google it). Also at Plaza Garibaldi you can visit the Tequila and Mezcal museum (MUTEM) which has a guided tour, a restaurant, a tasting bar and a Terraza with a nice view of the entire plaza. (Google Search: Plaza Garibaldi Mexico City, MUTEM Mexico City, Salon Tenampa Garibaldi).

- If you exit the building, turn right you will see the very tall Torre Latinoamericana (it has a huge clock on top). Visit its restaurant for drinks or dinner and take in the view. You can also pay the fee for access to the observation deck $110 pesos per adult (about 6 US dollar). (Google Search: Torre Latinoamericana).

Chinatown is around the corner from our apartment. It has been newly restored and you will find great restaurants. Exit the building, look right (towards Torre Latinoamericana), walk to the next street and turn can't miss the Chinese style entrance. While in Chinatown visit one of its many restaurants and make sure you have a tequila at La Cantina de Tio Pepe which is in the corner of Indepenencia and Dolores. (Google Search: Barrio Chino Mexicano).

-Put on your walking shoes, exit the building, look east and begin walking. Walk straight past Torre Latinoamericana and find yourself in pedestrian-only Madero street. Pay attention and look for endless bars and restaurants. A VERY OLD but beautiful church (which is seriously tilted) is a great spot for pictures. You will also find a few museums and the very famous (Sanborns de los Azulejos). (Google searches: Madero street Mexico City, Casa de los Azulejos Mexico City)

If you continue walking straight east on Madero, You will arrive at the impressive Zocalo square. National Palace (Mexico's President former residence) is also there as well as Mexico's cathedral. However, the crown jewel of Zocalo is "Templo Mayor". Templo Mayor is the Aztecs main temple before the Spanish arrived and built over it. Today, you can still walk through temple mayor (small admission fee) or view it for free from the pedestrian viewing walkway recently built.

These are only some of the very many attractions that are within walking distance of Juarez52/601

Hosted by Hugo

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As an AirBnB host, I like my AirBnB to be flawless and I work hard to achieve perfection (it still eludes me). As seasoned traveler and AirBnB guest, I take care of people's places the way I want people to take care of mine. I'm an entrepreneur and a father of two.
As an AirBnB host, I like my AirBnB to be flawless and I work hard to achieve perfection (it still eludes me). As seasoned traveler and AirBnB guest, I take care of people's places…

During your stay

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Things to know

House rules

Check-in: After 2:00 PM
Checkout: 12:00 PM
Self check-in with building staff
Not suitable for children and infants
No smoking
No pets
No parties or events

Health & safety

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Carbon monoxide alarm
Smoke alarm

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