Wonderful spot. Fit all my needs.Had a hartd to find certain hipness to it all.
Perfect for anyone who is artistic and aware.
Staying at Nath's split-level 1 1/2 bath loft was fantastic. The premium
building would feel at home in San Francisco's SOMA district.
However, I much preferred Nath's Roma Norte neighborhood, an up and coming
area composed of small, leafy plazas with fountains and historic Spanish
Colonial Revival buildings interspersed with contemporary construction and
some small universities. The area is reputed to have one of the largest
clusters of top restaurants in Mexico City. Cafes are also abundant. The
area maintains a bit of an edge and is a reasonable walk to the happening
Condessa area just to the south. The loft is also about ten minutes walk to
Metro stations to the east or west.
Nath was a friendly and attentive host who went above and beyond any
expectation for accommodating me. She spent a good while inquiring as to my
interests and then came up with a half dozen suggestions that she wrote
down for me. She also was kind enough to drive me at Museum Row and open
her network of contacts to me.
Nath's spacious loft is fresh and clean and sunny. It's decorated in a
smart, busy professional-meets-university professor (think overflowing
stacks of books) style with mid-Century modern pieces added to the mix.
The loft's headliner is the bedroom with a decadent king size bed and
sumptuous sheets and pillows, done up in a hotel suite manner with a couch,
shag rug and flat screen TV. Disclaimer: I'm normally not a fan of lofts
because I need darkness in order to sleep; not a problem at Nath's.
At under $150 a night, Nath's property is right-priced. A nice, trendy
hotel two blocks away was asking $100 more for their starter, single
occupancy room. Nath was responsive, flexible, and overall good to deal
with and her listing was accurately and honestly described. If anything,
she has undersold it.