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Apartment/Flat for Short-Term Rent

Apartment for Short-Term Rent in Mexico City, Mexico

Mexico City, Mexico

1 Bedroom / 1 Full Bath / Half Bath

Furnished

Price: US$ 2040.00/month

Living Space: 754 sq feet

About the Property

Beautifully appointed 1BR Apt. Located in Polanco, Pool, Jacuzzi, gym, cardio, spinning, security 24/7. Close to all the area museums and highlights of this beautiful city

This beautiful new apartment is located in the most trendy neighborhood of the city and is just steps away from this city highlights. The apartment it's nicely decorated, it has a 50" UHD Smart TV (you can connect to your Netflix and Amazon Prime account), WiFi hi speed internet.

The kitchen is fully equipped, it has a washing/drying machine inside the apartment and many more. The building has all the amenities you can think of: pool, kids pool, jacuzzi, Gym with weigh room, cardio room, spinning room, yoga room, massage room (must hire your Massus), steam room. It also it has a cinema room (to watch that game or movie), game room with a pool table, toddlers play room, exterior garden with monkey bars, private garage parking, and all these are free of charge.

Polanco it's home of some of the most importan art museums in the city, such as Tamayo, Museo de Antropología, Museo de Arte Moderno, Soumaya, Jumex, Castillo de Chapultepec and Chapultepec Park. In Masaryk Avenue you will find all world reknown boutiques, it's also known and Rodeo Drive of Mexico City.

In Polanquito you will be able to enjoy excellent restaurants, cozy bars, amazing galleries and books stores (ask for our recommendation list).

If you also are into shopping, we have plenty of shopping centres in the area: Antara and Miyana Shopping centres, Plaza Carso , which have a great boutiques and stores, theatre with broadway plays, VIP cinemas, restaurants, Soumaya and Jumex museum.

Since the apartment it's centrally located, you have access to all the other points of interest in the city and its outskirts via Uber or even public transportation.

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