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Quiet stylish, secure building DT 3P, 1B, 1B, 1Pk

Entire condo
hosted by Alejandro
  1. 3 guests
  2. 1 bedroom
  3. 1 bed
  4. 1 bath
Dedicated workspace
A common area with wifi that’s well-suited for working.
Self check-in
Check yourself in with the lockbox.
Free cancellation before Oct 24.


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Puerta Alameda Suites is an amazing complex, the apt is specialy decorated with mexican Hand Made High Quality elements from all over the country. 1 confortable Queen Bed and 1 bath, open kitchen and all you need for a secure and confortable time in the hart of Mexico city. The apartment is very well located, a walking distance from Alameda Central Park, Bellas Artes and Zocalo, just to mention the most iconics places. Very stricted security 24/7. Internet speed 150 Megas.

The space
A only few steps from the Alameda Central, the Zócalo, the Palacio de Bellas Artes and very close to the ruins of the Templo Mayor of the Aztec Empire, and a great tourist offer that makes Downtown of Mexico City one of the Mandatory destinations for all visitors.
Yes, there are many apartments for rent in the area, but none with the combination of security and comfort offered by this newly remodeled space, in a cozy and nice environment inspired by the most prominent Mexican painters and muralists.
Its orientation towards the patio and interior green areas of the complex will give you the tranquility and quiet you need to rest or work without the annoying outside noise from the comfort of your new "Queen size" bed.
You will not believe that you are in the Historical Center so quiet that this space is equipped with its own internet network, television, kitchenette with microwave, refrigerator, coffee maker, blender and all the basic kitchen utensils that make it highly functional if the purpose is to economize during your stay in the Mexican capital.
Its desk, dining room, washing machine and a comfortable new sofa bed guarantee functionality and organization for those who seek to combine their business trip with the opportunity to enjoy all the cultural, artistic, architectural and gastronomic offer that only the Historic Center of Mexico City has.
Relax in a, 25-meter heated swimming pool with children's area. You can exercise in the gym or simply enjoy some reading in the "top roof".

When you return to the apartment after having submerged in the bustle of the city, both old and modern, you will enjoy a well-deserved rest in the apartment. Prepare a coffee or tea courtesy of your host. If you want it, you can also cook your own food in a kitchen equipped with all the necessary utensils.

Where you'll sleep

What this place offers

Dedicated workspace
Free parking on premises
Shared indoor heated lap pool
TV with standard cable
Free washer – In unit
Free dryer – In unit
Hair dryer

Where you’ll be

Mexico City, Ciudad de México, Mexico

Upon leaving the condominium you will find yourself facing the oldest and oldest family park in the capital, whose relevance as a center of coexistence, recreation and symbol of the composition of Mexican society was brilliantly captured by the muralist and painter Diego Rivera in his work "Sueño of a Sunday afternoon in the Alameda Central ", whose replica is in the bedroom of this apartment. A few meters from the condominium you can visit the museum that houses the original mural rescued and preserved so that everyone can enjoy it.
You can walk to the famous Zócalo or Plaza de la Constitución, one of the largest esplanades in the world, but first immerse yourself in the dozens of shops, restaurants, museums, coffee shops, ice cream parlors, boutiques and palaces (yes, palaces) located throughout Francisco I. Madero exclusively pedestrian street, the same place where entered into the political, economic and social heart of Mexico in past centuries Agustín de Iturbide, Benito Juárez and the caudillos of the Mexican Revolution, the same Madero, and Francisco "Pancho" Villa and Emiliano Zapata, among many others.
Even if you come from a business trip, please do not forget to bring your camera so you can capture the facades and interiors of majestic buildings of one of the most important historical centers for the history and development of pre-Hispanic, colonial and modern architecture. For something it is known as the City of Palaces.
You can also walk along the most beautiful avenue in Mexico, the Paseo de la Reforma filled with shopping centers, monuments, galleries, gardens, cinemas, restaurants, bars and home to the tallest skyscrapers in the country, some of which are renowned worldwide for their avant-garde architecture.

7 nights in Mexico City

Oct 25, 2022 - Nov 1, 2022

4.85 out of 5 stars from 46 reviews

Hosted by Alejandro

Joined in June 2019
  • 46 Reviews
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Soy comunicólogo de profesión. Como todo nativo de esta ciudad me considero un “orgulloso chilango” y juro que no hay otra forma de vivirla plenamente que no sea caminarla, sudarla, olerla, saborearla y escucharla.
La mayor parte de mi vida he radicado en el sur de la ciudad, pero los años que viví en el centro histórico me marcaron significativamente, pues no es lo mismo acudir al llamado “primer cuadro de la ciudad” a trabajar o de visita que vivir allí, ver cómo se transforma cuando cae la noche, o la forma como estalla en sonidos y paisajes urbanos desde que caen los primeros rayos del sol.
Solo unos cuantos se atreven a sumergirse en sus calles, involucrarse y relacionarse con otros habitantes del centro, negociar con los comerciantes, conocer sus recovecos, sus pequeños comercios y lugares que solo los “locales” saben apreciar.
Disfruto mucho el café, la buena comida, el mezcal y el vino tinto, y el centro de la ciudad ofrece una amplia gama de opciones para satisfacer cualquier exigencia gastronómica.
No necesitas gastar mucho dinero para disfrutar uno de los centros históricos más importantes del mundo. Lo que necesitas es estar dispuesto a gastar tus zapatos para caminar entre calles y edificios que han sido testigos y protagonistas de la historia prehispánica, colonial y moderna.
Aquí puedes maravillarte de su arquitectura, museos, galerías, tiendas, boutiques, restaurantes, cafés, cantinas, bares, iglesias, joyerías. Todo eso me ha marcado para siempre y es un placer también compartirlo con nuestros visitantes, tanto de otras partes de la ciudad y del país, como de otras regiones del mundo.
Soy comunicólogo de profesión. Como todo nativo de esta ciudad me considero un “orgulloso chilango” y juro que no hay otra forma de vivirla plenamente que no sea caminarla, sudarla…

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