Located on an upper floor overlooking the Chapultec woods, this bright and stylish apartment is in Mexico City’s safest and most upscale neighborhood just steps from Masaryk Avenue, the Anthropology and Contemporary Art Museums.
The large living room has a balcony above the tree line overlooking the park and cityscape below and is glamorous but relaxing and comfortable, where you’ll feel right at home. At the back of the apartment, the gleaming modern kitchen and breakfast bar connects with the living room and dining area which offers seating for up to eight guests. There’s also is a unique glass studio cube off of the living room that offers up a cozy private space to chill.
Two en suite master bedrooms with private balconies are set towards the back of the apartment, each with spectacular views of the skyline. The shared rooftop terrace is a great place to dine and take in the city lights.
Tastefully decorated with a personally selected collection of decor and furnishings, this vacation home rental in Mexico City is equipped with every amenity and comfort in mind.
24 hour security and doorman and wireless intercom entry. Wifi throughout, TV. Kitchen and bath essentials, laundry facilities. On site gym. Free parking.
Densely populated and bustling with colorful chaotic energy, Mexico City is the high-altitude capital of the country and the hub of culture, history and spiritual identity that the rest of the country orbits around. A cultural renaissance of sorts has helped the city rise above the country’s sometimes misinterpreted reputation with a lively sense of renewal and possibility. The public promenades and squares and both the historic and contemporary neighborhoods are springing back to life with a vibrant arts and culinary scene and a buzzing centro. Situated in and around the massive Plaza de la Constitución or “Zocalo”, are the city’s most famous landmarks including the 13th century Aztec Templo Mayor, the baroque Catedral Metropolitana de México and the colonial Palacio Nacional, which is home to the treasured murals by Diego Rivera. The city’s leafy Polanco neighborhood is a tranquil residential zone among the bustle and is one of the most sought after, with green park land, delicious cantinas and cafes along the ancient canals.
Mexico City, Mexico. Nearest Airport: Mexico City International (15km)
BEST TIME TO VISIT: Year round
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