Beautiful single room at the best place in Mexico city, that's it: Villa de Coyoacan in Mexico city, one block to Frida Kahlo's Museum and Jardin & Plaza Coyoacan with its beautiful gardens, nearby "Viveros of Coyoacan" (nursery & growing trees) and next to "Universidad Nacional Autonoma de México". All services included (spacious bathroom with hot water, kitchenette in common use and Wi-Fi internet) within excellent price:
US $35Dlls per night/per 1 (one) person, with a minimum staying for 2 (two) nights; or US$210 Dlls for week or or US$750 Dlls for month. The best, safe and beautiful place to stay at an Ancient & Artistic & Green Zone. Within the main historical and cultural centre. Bykes free to enjoye this friendly neighborhood. For reserve, please use www.airbnb.com services.
Have fun!, Jose.
You don´t need calefaction or air condicioner at all: the best time
for enjoy. Let's do it possible!, Jose.
I had a wonderful experience in Coyoacan with Biol. Ramirez. His place was everything I was looking for - comfortable, safe, clean, and centrally located. The best part, however, was the host. He is very knowledgeable about the area and is very attentive to the needs of guests. My work brings me to Mexico City frequently, and I plan to stay with him in the future whenever possible. I would recommend his place without reservation.
José estuvo al pendiente de todo detalle que pudiera surgir y de las necesidades que uno tuviera. El cuarto limpio y con las condiciones básicas cubiertas. Una atención personal y cálida por parte de José.
Never stay here, Jose' apartment is a filthy wreck above a food factory, he will try every chance to squeeze money out of you, charging an unreasonable fee of 100 pesos to accompany a guest on a bus to go to his house, taking me to an expensive restaurant resulting in a 100 pesos bill, I was coerced to order some beer for him and of course I would not leave a generous tip, in fact giving the tip of 2 pesos is overpaying. In Japan, in fact tipping is not allowed.
At the airport, he illegally forced his way into the free shuttle train that ONLY takes airline passengers from Terminal 1 to Terminal 2. He ran into his old friend from 15 years ago, the friend offered to drive us to his house, but Jose declined, trying his best to make his 100 pesos.
He also did not give me the room he depicted in his website, instead, he gave me a room with multiple cracks on the glass window, that is not tolerated in the USA where I lived since 1971.
As a guest I had to go through 3 or 4 locked doors and a spiral staircase to get to my room. On the second night of my stay, my sleep was cut short because I was bitten by a mosquito at 2am, his room had a citronella candle but he neglected to put one in mine. He is a pushy stubborn old man you want to avoid, he represents the bad side of his culture: cracked windows, mosquitoes and every visitor is a money tree.
Jose was a warm host that made my first visit in Mexico City a delightful and comfortable one. The accommodations were as described, but what made my stay special was the hospitality that Jose offered. Many thanks Jose and Jorge!!
Jose was very charming, wonderfully helpful, and made me feel right at home! I am very happy to have stayed with him in Coyoacán. The location was very close to everything, and easy to walk to many attractions.
Excellent host. Always available to help you around town.
Jose was a generous and attentive host who was always willing to help. I had a great week in Coyoacan and would highly recommend the room!
One of the highlights of my 6 weeks in Mexico DF was definitely meeting Jose. I couldn't have asked for a better host, or a better colonia than Coyoacan to stay in. It has been an amazing visit so far, and I would definitely stay with Jose again.
Jose Luis was a very attentive host. The moment I arrived he showed me my room and a map of the town. He and his son, Jorge, took me on a short walking tour of Coyoacan and pointed out historically important places and suggested some tours. The room was clean and comfortable, and so was the bathroom. The apartment is centrally located. Frida Kahlo's Casa Azul is located two blocks away and the Kiosko is right up the street. The Cinematica Nacional, located on the other side of Rio Churrubusco, screens movies outdoors. They have a nice lawn with a huge screen. I would suggest staying with Jose Luis.
Meeting Jose Luiz was one of highlights of visiting Mexico City. He took really good care of us-- showing us how to use the bus, letting us tag along on a trip to visit the Lady of Guadalupe, meeting us at the airport.
Next time we visit, we'll certainly contact Jose Luiz and see if we can convince his sister to teach us to make tamales.