This wonderful apartment, decorated in a fresh contemporary style, is the perfect oasis from which to venture out into the bustling streets and plazas of the Centro and explore its many impressive buildings and museums on foot. Located on the top floor of a stately building, it offers breathtaking views of major Mexico City landmarks.
The enormous living area, four charming bedrooms, three and a half marble baths, and the modern well-equipped kitchen comfortably accommodate six guests. Continental breakfast and maid service are included.
COST OF RENTING THE APARTMENT DEPENDS ON THE NUMBER OF BEDROOMS YOU OCCUPY, BUT YOU WILL ALWAYS HAVE EXCLUSIVE USE OF THE APARTMENT. NO SHARING WITH OTHER GUESTS!
The owner, who lives in the building, wants her guests to feel at home and personally attends to their needs and special wishes. Minimum stay is three nights.
Keywords: City Apartment
Petra, the German owner (she speaks German, English, Spanish and French) has lived and worked as a journalist in Mexico for nearly 30 years. When authorities began to spruce up the decaying Centro Histórico ten years years ago, she bought two apartments on the top floor of a stately (and earthquake-safe) building between the Zocalo and Bellas Artes.
Before moving in, she totally remodeled, modernized and redecorated both properties – one to live in herself, the other to put up friends, relatives and paying guests when visiting Mexico.
Bolivar Suites is located in Mexico City's historic center which is chockfull of colonial architectural treasures, fascinating museums, plenty of restaurants and bars, busy shopping streets, markets and plazas. Here you feel the throbbing pulse of this great city – and all just a few steps away from your apartment.
Take a taxi or the metro to attractions farther afield, such as the Anthropology Museum, Coyoacan with its small-village atmosphere or the “floating” gardens of Xochimilco. And hire a car or hop on a bus for day trips to the famous Teotihuacan pyramids, other archaeological sites like Tula or Xochicalco, or the Museo Nacional del Virreinato in Tepotzotlan (Mexico’s finest collection of colonial art and artifacts).
Owner produces TV documentaries on Mexico and is an expert on unusual destinations and activities. She will gladly assist you in planning your Mexican vacation, both in Mexico City and the rest of the country.