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Conveniently located in the geographical center of this great city, the Awe-inspiring studio is the perfect place to stay @ when visiting Mexico City, especially if you have plans to stay for a relatively long time either for leisure or for business.

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The Space
Bed type: Real Bed
Property type: Apartment
Accommodates: 1
Bedrooms: 1
Bathrooms: 1
Beds: 1
Check In: 3:00 PM
Check Out: 12:00 PM (noon)


Cleaning Fee: $40
Security Deposit: $150
Weekly Price: $294 /week
Monthly Price: $999 /month
Cancellation: Strict


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Smoke Detector
Carbon Monoxide Detector
First Aid Kit
Safety Card
Fire Extinguisher

30 nights minimum stay

19 Reviews

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April 2015

From Zipaquira, Colombia · November 2014
Jorge & Monnah
Response from Jorge & Monnah:

Ha sido un gusto recibirlos en nuestro estudio. Me quedo muy contenta de saber que su estancia fue placentera y su visita a nuestra ciudad bien aprovechada. Nos encantará recibirlos de vuelta. Feliz regreso a casa y mis mejores deseos para ustedes.

November 2014

From General Roca, Argentina · October 2014
Jorge & Monnah
Response from Jorge & Monnah:

Gracias por tus comentarios. Sé que por su trabajo viajan constantemente, y en verdad espero que vuelvan a considerar nuestro lugar para alojarse cuando regresen a México. Recibe saludos calurosos desde Cancún. Feliz retorno a Argentina!

October 2014

From Washington, DC · August 2014
Jorge & Monnah
Response from Jorge & Monnah:

Although I did not have the pleasure of meeting you in person, just by exchanging mails and messages I could tell how easy going and nice you are. We are glad and grateful that you & your husband chose our lodging to stay at during your visit to Mexico City. I hope you will give us a chance to host you again should you come back. We will receive you with arms open wide. Best regards and best wishes to you both!

August 2014

June 2014
Jorge & Monnah
Response from Jorge & Monnah:

Ian, it was a real pleasure to host you and all of your group in this your past trip to Mexico City. I hope you will give us a chance to host you again and again should you come back. Best wishes from all of us!

June 2014

From Queenstown, New Zealand · June 2014

From Illinois, United States · May 2014

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About the Host, Jorge & Monnah

Jorge & Monnah
Cancun, Mexico
Member since April 2011
Response rate: 100% (past 30 days)
Response time: within an hour

  • Jorge & Monnah
  • Central de Bomberos de Tacubaya y Estación de Policía (Fire and Police Station)

    A fire and police station are located next to each other just a block and a half away. For a fire emergency simply dial 068. To call the police just dial 066.
    José María Vigil Ciudad de México Distrito Federal 11870
  • Oficina Postal (Postal Office)

    And for your convenience, a postal office is just around the corner, 2 blocks away going south.
    Carlos B. Zetina Mexico City Federal District
  • Iglesia de la Candelaria de Tacubaya (Parish of Our Lady of the Candlemas)

    The Parish of Our Lady of the Candlemas is a colonial church built in 1553 by dominican priests on top of the ruins of a sacred temple of the goddess Xihuacoatl, and it is only 3 blocks south.
    José María Vigil Miguel Hidalgo Distrito Federal
  • OXXO

    This small convenience store, where you will surely find the most elemental foods and items, is located 2 blocks away and is open 24/7.
    José Martí Mexico City Federal District 11800
  • Farmacia Farmacity (Farmacity Drug Store)

    This pharmacy has a wide variety of medicines and they deliver until 10pm! To order dial (phone number hidden)
    Avenida Revolución Mexico City Distrito Federal 11870
  • La casa de la Yeya Revolución

    Near, cheap and great Mexican style food. Could you ask for more?
    México City D.F. 11870
  • Super Soriana (Soriana Supermarket)

    Super Soriana may not be a fancy supermarket, but it is real close (just 2 and a half blocks away) and you will most certainly be able to find everything you may need at the lowest prices possible.
    Doctora Mexico City Federal District 11870
  • Los Bisquets Bisquets Obregón

    This place is traditionally known for its bisquets and pastries, and it is a great place to have breakfast or lunch.
    México D.F. D.F. 11800
  • Beluga Restaurante

    This charming little restaurant has great food and wine. It is just 4 blocks away from the property. Nice for dinner or a glass of wine!
    Progreso Mexico City Federal District
  • Metrobús De La Salle

    The metrobus is an alternative other than the subway. This is the closest metrobus station, approximately 4 blocks away going north.
    Eje 4 Sur (Benjamín Franklin) Mexico City Federal District
  • Metro - Estación Tacubaya (Metro - Tacubaya Station)

    Very conveniently, this subway station where L1, L7 L9 intersect, has an entrance right behind the Super (email hidden)., one block away from Revolucion Ave.
    Rufina Mexico City Federal District
  • Centro Comercial Metropoli Patriotismo (Metropoli Patriotismo Mall)

    This mall is at a 15-minute-walk distance. With an 8-screen movie complex, a sportsbook, several restaurants, a Starbucks and plenty of stores, its got everything for your entertainment.
    Av. Patriotismo Mexico City Federal District 03800
  • Hospital Angeles Mocel

    Though not in the Escandon neighborhood, this is probably the closest hospital with very good facilities. For emergencies dial (phone number hidden)(website hidden)
    Gregorio V. Gelati Mexico City Distrito Federal 11850
  • Hospital Ángeles México

    This hospital is in the Escandon vicinity and it has very good facilities. For emergencies dial (phone number hidden)(website hidden)
    Astrónomos Mexico City Federal District
  • Central de Pizzas

    Great pizzas and empanadas. They also have delivery.
    Astrónomos Del. Miguel Hidalgo Federal District 11800
  • Colonia Condesa (Condesa Area)

    Colonia Condesa is at a 10-min-walk distance north northeast of the property. Its well known for its many cafés, restaurant-bars, galleries boutiques, as well as for its cultural and night life.
    Mexico City DF
  • Castillo de Chapultepec (Chapultepec Castle)

    Chapultepec Castle, which has served several purposes during its history, is located on topo of a hill in the middle of Chapultepec Park. Take the Metro Line 1 and get off at Chapultepec Station.
    Primera Seccion Ciudad de Mexico Distrito Federal 11580
  • Hospital ABC (The American British Cowdray Medical Center, I.A.P)

    This hospital is a 5 mins. drive and it is the best hospital in the surroundings with excellent service. For emergencies dial (phone number hidden). (website hidden)
    Sur 136 Álvaro Obregón Federal District 01120
  • Palacio de Bellas Artes (Palace of the Fine Arts)

    It is the most important cultural center in Mexico City. It is located west of the historic center, net to the Alameda Central park. Take the Metro Line 2 and get off at Bellas Artes Station.
    Paseo de la Reforma y Mahatma Gandhi Ciudad de México Distrito Federal 11560
  • Museo Nacional de Antropología (National Museum of Anthropology)

    This museum, a work of art on its own, contains the most significant archaeological and anthropological pre-hispanic artifacts. Take the Metro L7 and get off @Auditorio Station.
    Grutas Miguel Hidalgo Distrito Federal
  • Colonia Roma (Roma Neighborhood)

    The Colonia Roma, located east-northeast of the property, is emerging and taking on a very important role Mexicos City scene. Dont miss this area: its full of restaurants and galleries.
    Mexico City DF
  • Alameda Central (Central Park)

    Central Square is an emblematic park en Mexico City downtown. It is located west of the Palace of Fine Arts. Take the Metro L2 and get off @ Bellas Artes Station.
    Av. Hidalgo Mexico City Distrito Federal 06010
  • Palacio Postal (Postal Palace)

    Built during Porfirio Diaz presidential era, this is one of the most emblematic buildings of the historic center of Mexico City. Take the Metro L2 and get off @ Bellas Artes Station.
    Tacuba Mexico City Federal District 06000
  • Plaza de Coyoacán (Coyoacan Square)

    Coyoacan is known as the utmost intellectual and bohemian neighborhoods in Mexico City. Its historic center is one of the most popular places to visit on the weekends.
    Centenario Mexico City D.F.
  • Zócalo (Main Square)

    The Zócalo, also knows as the Plaza de la Constitución, is the main plaza or square in the heart of the historic center of Mexico City. Take the Metro L2 and get off @ Zocalo Station.
    Mexico City Distrito Federal 06060
  • Catedral Metropolitana de la Cd. de México (Mexico City Metropolitan Museum)

    It is one of the oldest and largest cathedrals in the Americas. It is situated on the northern side of the Zocalo in downtown Mexico City. Take the Metro Line 2 and get off at Zocalo Station.
    Plaza de La Constitución Distrito Federal 06000
  • Palacio Nacional (National Palace)

    Located east of the Zocalo, this which once was a residence for Hernan Cortes, today is the official headquarters of the executive power in Mexico. Take the Metro L2 and get off @ Zocalo Station.
    Bosque de Chapultepec Distrito Federal
  • Museo del Templo Mayor (Major Temple Museum)

    It was one of the main temples of the Aztecs. It lies northeast of the Zocalo, beside the Metropolitan Cathedral, downtown Mexico City. Take the Metro L2 and get off @ Zocalo Station.
    Seminario Ciudad de México Federal District 06060
  • Plaza de San Jacinto (San Jacinto Square in San Angel)

    It is located in the San Angel Area and it is best known for its Saturday Art Bazaar. it is surrounded by former mansions, most of which have been converted into art galleries and restaurants.
    San Jacinto Mexico City Distrito Federal
  • Xochimilco - Embarcadero Nuevo Nativitas (Xochimilco Nuevo Nativitas Pier)

    There are 9 piers in Xochimilco and this is the newest one, with an artcrafts market. Tourists ride on colorful gondola-like boats called “trajineras” around the 170 km. of canal-chinampa system.
    Mercado y Hermenegildo Galeana Mexico City Federal District 16090
  • Museo Nacional del Virreinato (Viceroyalty National Museum at Tepozotlan)

    This complex, which is representative of the Spanish Colonial period, houses one of the most exquisite collections of Churrigueresque altarpieces in Mexico. It is located in Tepozotlan, Mexico State.
    General Ignacio Zaragoza Tepotzotlán State of Mexico
  • Pirámides de Teotihuacán (Teotihuacan Pyramids)

    Teotihuacan, known for its architecturally significant pyramids, is located 48 km northeast of Mexico City, We recommend to hire the Turibus or a private tour.
    Teotihuacán de Arista MEX

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