Bright, beautiful room in a late 1940's apartment in the heart of Mexico City. A few blocks from Bellas Artes (Palace of Fine Arts) and walking distance from Zócalo (historic main square), with several public transport options nearby which are great for moving around the city.
The room has a double bed, a desk, a small set of drawers, and a rack to hang clothing.
The apartment is a third floor and there is no elevator.
The street has a few gay bars and on weekend nights it gets very busy and noise can be heard from the street below. We sleep here comfortably, but also provide ear plugs to guests who may have a problem with the noise.
*****The street is currently under construction to widen the sidewalks, add lighting and ultimately improve the pedestrian experience. Unfortunately, it means that there is some noise from the street during the day while the project is finished. Our block of the street is closed, but there is always easy access to our apartment through nearby streets. *****
The building has a problem of german cockroaches (the small ones) and occasionally you can see them at night in the kitchen. I fumigate regularly, clean the kitchen on a daily basis, and once a week someone comes over to make an in-depth cleaning. The amount of bugs is not excessive but it should be taken into consideration.
Zugang für Gäste
As a guest you can use the common areas like the living and dining room and the bathroom that is shared with the other guest room.
Interaktion mit Gästen
I study at university and I am available after 16:00 in the apartment. My girlfriend Rosie studies from home and will always be available.
Weitere wichtige Infos
The apartment has two other Air Bnb rooms.
- - · Don't bring other people to the apartment, I do not allow visits.
- - · Do not keep or eat food in the bedroom.
- - · If you smoke do it in the living room, not in the bedroom.
- - · Clean the bathroom after yourself so other guests can use it.
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I'm an architecture student from Mexico city. I'm interested in urban planning and social issues. I love to travel, meet new people, dance, try new experiences and learn from other people and other cultures.