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We currently don't have furnished apartment rentals in Mexico City . but we do have other properties.

Hotel $550 - $750

Segunda Cerrada de Guadalajara 10, Roma Norte, Ciudad de México 06700

La Palomilla

Double Room

Minimum stay is 30 nights

Co-living $1,473

Calle Monte Albán 301, Narvarte Oriente, Benito Juárez, 03020 Ciudad de México, CDMX

Niu Coliving

One Full Bed Apartment

Minimum stay is 30 nights

Co-living $665

Córdoba 223, Roma Norte, CP 06700 Cuauhtémoc, Mexico City

Casa Jardín Velarde

Private Room

Minimum stay is 30 nights

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About Mexico City

Mexico City, or Ciudad de Mexico in Spanish, was also known as Distrito Federal before its official name change in 2016. This capital city of Mexico is home to almost 9 million people. In fact, more people call Mexico City home than New York City or London!

This densely populated metro area is also packed full of cultural, historical, artistic and recreational opportunities for both residents and tourists. The city welcomes over 2 million tourists each year. Popular attractions are its main square called the Zócalo, the Palacio Nacional and the Angel of Independence. Nearby archeological ruins are another fascinating highlight.

Mexico City enjoys a strong job market as one of Latin America’s top economic centers. The city is home to the Mexican Stock Exchange, the nation’s largest banks and many other important national and international companies. Mexico City also has a strong expat community made up of residents from all over the world.

What is Furnished Apartment

Furnished apartments are a convenient option for both short and long term rentals, although leases usually tend to be on the shorter side. Flexible lease terms often include rental on a weekly or monthly basis as opposed to a year long contract. Utilities are usually included in your monthly rental price as well.

Your furnished apartment will be move-in ready, and like a hotel, will come with everything you need for a comfortable stay. Typically included in a furnished apartment are living room furniture, dining furniture, bedroom furniture and basic appliances such as a TV and microwave. Most furnished apartments will also have the necessities needed for daily living such as bed linens, towels, cooking utensils and tableware. Some furnished apartments even come with hotel-like services and amenities such as housekeeping.

Although the rental cost for a furnished apartment can be slightly higher than an unfurnished unit, tenants who don't wish to buy their own necessary furnishings for a temporary situation can actually save money with this arrangement. This makes furnished apartments a great option for long-term business travelers, families who are in the process of relocation, students who won't be living in their apartment year-round, and anyone else who needs a flexible short-term living arrangement.

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