About this listing
Our comfortable bedroom is perfect for the guest who wants to take advantage of the most the city has to offer. The apartment is centrally located and close to all transportation. Culture, glamour, and romance are waiting for you in Mexico City!
This bedroom has a full-size bed, desk, and a large window facing Reforma. The bathroom is located right next to the bedroom. During your stay you are welcome to make yourself at home with full access to the living room, dining room, and kitchen. Our kitchen is equipped with everything needed to prepare fresh meals. We have high-speed wireless Internet and other creature comforts such as speakers to listen to your music. The apartment has a video intercom for the building front door. And of course, fresh linens and towels are provided.
We are close to all transportation to easily get you where you want to go. The metro, metrobus, and buses are all very 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.
Common areas: kitchen, living room, dining room.
Interaction with Guests
I am happy to provide guests with recommendations for restaurants, museums, sightseeing, nightlife, and more.
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.
Other Things to Note
We have very high speed WiFi thanks to our recently installed fiber-optic Internet service.
- Smoking is not allowed inside the apartment, doing so will incur a $50 cleaning surcharge.
- Be courteous of the neighbors, please no excessive noise during the weekday late night hours.
- Keys: One set of house keys will 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.
About the Host, Timothy
I'm a web developer and general computer geek, I work mostly from home as a freelancer. I'm an avid bicyclist and in my spare time I like to travel all over Mexico. I grew up and Los Angeles and lived in NYC for twelve years before moving to Mexico City about three years ago. I love it here and love sharing my city with visitors!
Feel free to contact me for any inquiries about my listing.