About this listing
Make yourself at home in our comfortable and airy penthouse, we have everything you need to help you get the most out of your stay in Mexico City. Our place is centrally located, you will find museums, fine dining, and nightlife at your fingertips.
This fabulous duplex penthouse apartment boasts two levels, three bedrooms, 1.5 bathrooms and can accommodate up to nine people. The spacious living room, dining room, kitchen, two bedrooms, and full bathroom are located on the first level. The third bedroom with half bathroom, enclosed terrace, and patio with washer/dryer are located on the second level.
Each bedroom has a full-sized bed. In addition, there is a sofa on the second floor that opens up into a full-sized bed. And, should you need it, there is a couch in the living room that can accommodate that ninth person. Our full-service kitchen has everything needed to prepare fresh meals at home. We have high-speed wireless Internet and other creature comforts such as speakers to listen to your music.
We are close to all transportation to easily get you where you want to go. The metro, metrobus, and buses are all short walks away.
Our spacious apartment is a lovely retreat in the heart of it all. We are more than happy to provide visitor information or anything else desired to make your stay as comfortable as possible. Fresh linens and towels will be provided. The apartment has a video intercom for letting people into the building.
You will have full use of the whole apartment.
Interaction with guests
I am happy to provide guests with recommendations for restaurants, museums, sightseeing, nightlife, and more.
What can I say about Zona Rosa that hasn't already been said? The neighborhood is very tourist-friendly, gay-friendly, straight-friendly, overall friendly! Our tree-lined street is tucked away between Amberes and Genova streets just south of Reforma, right around the corner from the Angel of Independence monument and directly across from the US Embassy. Amberes street is considered the gay heart of the city. Genova street is a lovely pedestrian thoroughfare with something for everyone: cantinas, karaoke bars, shopping, and more. There is always something to do in Zona Rosa and our neighborhood is probably the only part of Mexico City that never sleeps.
The metro is three blocks away. The metrobus (line 1) is also just as close. On Reforma there are buses that can take you to Chapultepec Park, the historic city center, or the Basilica of Our Lady of Guadalupe. Condesa, Roma, and Chapultepec Park are all within walking distance.
There is street parking but it is metered Mon-Fri, 8am-8pm.
Taking a taxi is the best way to get to/from the airport. Taking the metro is also easy to/from the airport but not recommended during rush hour with luggage as it can get very crowded.
Smoking is allowed in the outdoor patio only. Smoking inside the apartment will incur a $50 cleaning surcharge. Be courteous of the neighbors, please no excessive noise during the weekday late night hours. Extra sets of house keys may be loaned to the guests during their stay. Please don't lose them, they are expensive to replace. Lost keys incur a replacement fee of $50 per set.
Originally from LA, I have been living in Mexico City for about 5 years now and enjoy sharing what I love about this city with visitors. Before making the move to CDMX I lived in NYC for a long time. At home I enjoy going out and exploring on my bicycle. I am fascinated by the various archaeological sites in Mexico, and when I travel I love learning about the architecture and history of the places I visit.