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2 Bedrooms
3 Beds

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Downtown apartment, great location! All the main downtown attractions are located few minutes by walking. Pick up service included. 2br 2ba Full equipped.

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In the heart of Downtown
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Property type: Apartment
Bedrooms: 2
Bathrooms: 2
Beds: 3
Check In: 4:00 PM
Check Out: 12:00 PM (noon)


Extra people: $5 / night after 2 guests
Cleaning Fee: $45
Security Deposit: $200
Weekly Price: $768 /week
Monthly Price: $2800 /month
Cancellation: Strict


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2 nights minimum stay
In the heart of Downtown
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Gonzalo & Sandra
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Gracias Camilo! serán siempre bienvenidos.

March 2015

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About the Host, Gonzalo & Sandra

Gonzalo & Sandra
New York, New York, United States
Member since September 2012
Response rate: 100% (last 10 contacts)
Response time: within an hour

  • Gonzalo & Sandra
  • Hilton Mexico City Reforma

    This is where the Hilton Hotel is located. You can find many exclusive restaurants and shops.
    Juárez Mexico City Distrito Federal 06010
  • Museo de Arte Popular

    This museum is a very interesting building from the 30s that used to be from the National Telephone Company, it now holds interesting exhibitions and populart art shop. Good to buy gifts.
    Mexico City Distrito Federal 06050
  • Cafe Emir, Independencia

    Excelent coffe! and the datil nuts cake has no equal for an evening reading the paper.
    Luis Moya Mexico City Distrito Federal 06000
  • Fiesta Inn Centro Historico Hotel

    Many restaurants in this little plaza where you can find a mid size food court. Good for budget travellers.
    Juárez Mexico City Distrito Federal
  • Ambassador Mexico

    This hotel has a little cafeteria in case you are walking by you can stop there to have a quick stack.
    Humboldt Mexico City Distrito Federal 06050
  • Sanborns Café

    Good place for a quick snack reading a magazine.
    Humboldt Distrito Federal
  • Museo del Policía / Police Museum

    Small interesting museum about police. The building is from early 1900s and used to be the Police Main Quarrel, the style is Gothic style. It has an exhibition about vampires. (dont ask me why...)
    Revillagigedo Mexico City Distrito Federal
  • Boutique Hotel de Cortes / 1620 Restaurant

    This building dated from S. XVI has being totally renovated and runs a boutique hotel. Its an interesting place to visit and has a nice restaurant called 1620
    Hidalgo Mexico City Distrito Federal
  • Museo Franz Mayer

    This is a great museum that holds the art collection of Franz Mayer, who died in 1975. It holds the largest collection of decorative arts in Latin America. The building is from the 1700s.
    Hidalgo Mexico City Distrito Federal 06300
  • Museo Nacional de la Estampa

    Tiny museum with stuff related to printing material. You can visit it it when going to the Franz Mayer Museum that is right beside.
    Mexico City
  • Lotería Nacional Para la Asistencia Pública

    National Lotery Building. Erected in the 40s and recently renovated in its art deco style, this building is very iconic of that era or Mexico. You can go inside, it as interesting wall paintings.
    Distrito Federal 06037
  • Mirador Torre Latino

    Great views of the city from this 1950s 50 story building. It was the tallest building in the city until 60s It also has a cafeteria and other shops.
    Eje Central Lázaro Cárdenas Mexico City Distrito Federal 06000
  • Melia Mexico Reforma

    Some nice restaurants and also an spa.
    Paseo de la Reforma Mexico City Distrito Federal 06030
  • Palacio de Correos de Mexico

    This beautiful building is from early XX century. The style is mix of Renascence style and Mudejarr Style (Spanish-Arabic style)
    República de Guatemala Mexico City DF 06000
  • Casa De Los Azulejos

    This is the famous Casa de Azulejos Building, now a restaurant and shop. It was erected in S. SVI
    Francisco I. Madero Mexico City Distrito Federal 06010
  • Templo de San Francisco

    Interesting sample of Baroque architecture. You can see in side a clear expression of the religion ideas of Mexico in the 1600s.
    Francisco I. Madero Mexico City Distrito Federal 06000
  • Plaza de La Ciudadela

    You may want to see the little fortress where General Huerta, who betrayed (and later murdered) President Madero in 1910, shoot the city with cannons. Terrible years to come in the Mexican Revolution.
    Mexico City Distrito Federal
  • Cinepolis Bucareli

    Nice Movie Complex, many options...
    Eje 1 Poniente Bucareli Distrito Federal
  • La Opera

    Interesting place with decoration from early 1900. There is a legend that says that Pancho Villa, the revolutionary general, shot someone (but missed). You can see the hole in the wall.
    5 de Mayo Mexico City Distrito Federal 06010
  • Museo Nacional de Arte

    This is the National Museum of Art and has great paintings and sculpture. The building is very beautiful from early 1900s. I recommend the gallery of landscapes.
    Calle de Tacuba Mexico City Distrito Federal 06000
  • Palace of Iturbide / Museum

    This museum is located where Emperor Iturbide had his residence. His Empire lasted less than 10 years in the early 1830. It has a collection from the BBVA Bank Foundation
    Mexico City Distrito Federal
  • Palacio de Minería / Old Inquisition Building

    This place now art of the National University, but it used to be the building of the Inquisition back in the 1600s. It has permanent exhibition about Inquisition torture methods.
    Tacuba Distrito Federal
  • Restaurante Los Girasoles

    Nice restaurant with classical Mexican cuisine. Far more than tacos. Tradicional Mexican food is a blend from spanish food and local native tastes.
    Mexico City Distrito Federal 6000
  • Museo Interactivo De Economía

    This building is used to be and old convent from the 17th century. It now exemplifies how economics work: money inflation, the stock market and other concepts are exemplified.
    Tacuba Mexico City Distrito Federal
  • Café de Tacuba

    The Cafè de Tacuba is from early 1900s, it no longer a Cafè, but a nice restarant and bar. It has original decoration and may be a nice place to have a drink.
    Tacuba Mexico City Distrito Federal 06010
  • Legislative Assembly of the Federal District

    This building from late 1800s was the local congress, It witnessed how the country fell apart during the (phone number hidden) revolution. It now holds the local congress of Mexico City.
    Donceles esq. Allende Mexico City Distrito Federal 06000
  • Teatro de la Ciudad

    This theatre is from early 1900s, it sometimes has interesting shows. Its interesting to visit it and feel that Mexico City from 1930s
    Donceles Mexico City Distrito Federal 06010
  • Monumento a la Revolución / Museum / Cafe

    This building was designed to hold the congress back in 1910, but it was not finished because of the Revolution. It has the remainings of Obregon, Villa, Cardenas, Calles and Madero.
    Plaze De La República s/n Mexico City Distrito Federal 06030
  • San Felipe Neri ( La Profesa) Church

    This is and interesting church with an style original from the baroque, but renewed in the interior to the style of the 1850, called New-Classic, much more sober and balanced.
    Francisco I. Madero Distrito Federal
  • Museo del Estanquillo

    This is a nice small museum that holds exhibitions of the personal collection of writer Monsivais, that recently passed away.You can go to the roof that has a nice view.
    Isabel La Católica Mexico City Distrito Federal 06000
  • Restaurante El Cardenal

    If you have the money, you may want to try this restaurant, it has great classical Mexican high cuisine food. (Ill make it clear... no tacos)
    Palma Mexico City Distrito Federal 06000
  • Nacional Monte de Piedad

    This place holds one of the oldest pawnshop still working. It a huge building from the 1700s, created by Romero De Terreros a very rich and prominent Citizen from the Colony Era.
    Monte de Piedad Distrito Federal 06000
  • Plaza de Santo Domingo

    You cans miss Santo Domingo Square when going to Mexico City. Its one of the largest churches, dated from the1600s.
    República de Brasil Mexico City Distrito Federal
  • Universidad del Claustro de Sor Juana

    Very nice building, you can go to the museum and see how the first feminist Sor Juana Inès de la Cruz lived in that convent. Interesting to see the bathroom where the sistere showered
    José María Izazaga Mexico City Distrito Federal 06080
  • Mexico City Metropolitan Cathedral

    This is Mexicos City main religious temple. It took more than 200 years to be completed. It as a very interesting museum and tours that take you to the ceiling and to the crypts underneath.
    Plaza de La Constitución Distrito Federal 06000
  • Liverpool Centro / Departamental Store

    Liverpool is the biggest (number of stores) departmental store in Mexico. This location is nice since its a very old building.
    Venustiano Carranza Delegación Cuauhtémoc. Distrito Federal 06060
  • Palacio de Bellas Artes

    This is the Opera House of Mexico City, and holds a beautiful Site Museum and a very interesting Architecture Museum
    Paseo de la Reforma y Mahatma Gandhi Ciudad de México Distrito Federal 11560

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