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-FREE! For the same price 3 people in double bed & futon.
-Located in the touristic hot spot of CDMX, this place comes with incredible amenities: 24 hrs. security, gym, dry cleaners & indoors restaurant & store!
-Top attractions in walking distance -Fine Arts Palace, museums, parks, restaurants & bars. Moving around is so easy -super safe to walk at all times- whit a subway just around the corner.
-Ideal for couples, adventurers, and business travelers
-Nearby to The Historic Center, Colonia Roma & Condesa -the ultra hipster area- and Airport.
- Restaurant, ATM, bank & store - Sanborns- on the same building.
- 5 mins walk from Reforma Avenue, "the mexican Champs Elysees".
- The most luxury building in the zone.
- The main avenue –Juárez- is super safe.
- The metro and metrobus lines are only one block away.
- Across the Street: Alameda Central "the mexican Central Park".
- Next door: Museum of Memory and Tolerance.
- Next to the Secretary of Foreign Affairs & Hilton Hotel.
Main activities on the location:
-RESTAURANTS: A variety of restaurants , including the famous "El Cardenal" -At Hilton Hotel- the best place to breakfast in town & Sanborn's "Los Azulejos": a historic place whit the best colonial architecture.
-Shopping: jewelries, antiques, libraries -at the next corner.
-Department stores: El Palacio de Hierro, Sears and Liverpool -two blocks away from the building.
-Bike rental at Alameda Central Park -right in front of the building.
Note: the Sunday mornings areas are closes to car circulation until 2 pm, so people can take to the streets on their bikes. A very recommendable experience.
-ENTERTAINMENT: Cantina La Opera at five blocks away – the Pancho Villa´s favorite place & Arena Coliseo -Famous wrestling theater- at five minutes in car with any of my drivers (optional).
- MUSEUMS: Impossible to list all the nearby museums: Palace of Fine Arts, National Museum of Art, Museum of Popular Arts, Franz Mayer Museum, San Ildefonso Museum, Estanquillo Museum, Colony Museum, all of them in two square miles from the building. This is the city that has more museums in all the WORLD!!
- Murals by Diego Rivera and Siqueiros across the street in the Alameda Park.
- Palace of Fine Arts: two blocks from the building.
-Angel of Independence, the principal monument of the city: tree miles away from the building.
- The Zócalo, the main square of the city: one mile away from the building.
- Templo Mayor Museum, the Aztec museum: one mile away from the building.
- Anthropology Museum: 4 miles away from the building.
- Castle Chapultepec: 4 miles away from the building.
- Chapultepec Park: 4 miles away from the building.
- Latin American Tower: 0.5 miles away from the building.
FRIENDS OF AL THE WORLD ARE WELCOME!
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- Fitness center. - Party room and multiple uses. - Washing center. - Terrace- Double bed (2 people). - Sofa bed (2 people). - Desk and work center. - Reading lamps. - Lift. - Gift set (Organic coffee and Mexican candys). - Glasses. - Wine glasses. - Pans and pots. - Teapot - Dinning room. - Television, WiFi - Microwave. - Greenhouse. - Fridge. - Coffee machine - Cutlery sets. - Ironing board and iron. - Sheets. -Blanket. - towels. - Small bathroom towels. - 4 pillows. - Clothes hangers. - Hairdryer. - Shampoo. - Soap. - Detergent for dishes and toilet. - Garbage bags. - Trash by duct. - Toilet paper. - Water in the bottle & corkscrew.
Any kind of help and tourist advice 24 hours a day.
Personalized advice on what to do and where to go in Mexico City. - I have three cars and three private drivers for any type of private tour and / or tour inside and outside of Mexico City. More cheaper than UBER & commercials taxis.
Walking tours on availabilty (Saturday and Sunday), for example: 1) Mexican muralism (Diego Rivera, Siqueiros, Manuel Rodríguez Lozano, Pablo O´Higgins, Isamu Noguchi, amon others), 2) Amazing facts about downtown, 3) Alameda and Palace of Fine Arts, 4) Demolished buildings and structures in Mexico City, 5) Cinemas and theaters destroyed, 6) Federico Mariscal architect y 7) The Ten Tragic Days (La Decena Trágica).
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- I like to meet new people from all the countries, I am a citizen of the world.
- I studied Political Science and Public Administration at Universidad Iberoamericana.
I have extensive experience in the implementation of lobbying and communication strategies, as well as in the management of reputational crises, for large Mexican and foreign companies.
- In the last 15 years I have worked in the 2 most important lobbying and public relations agencies in the country: Political Strategy and Total Strategy, in addition to having had key positions in the Federal Government as an advisor to the Secretaries of Interior and Agrarian Reform.
- I am a recurring columnist in the "Este País" Magazine and in CUBO NEWS, specialized media in the field of political analysis