$528.16 / Mo

Casa Río de Janeiro

Jalapa 24a, Roma Nte., Cuauhtémoc, 06700 Ciudad de México, CDMX, Mexico

This property is a 3 floor Porfirian House (early 1900's) recently restored and redesigned. Casa Río de Janeiro counts with a Co-work of it's own at the ground floor. Our kitchen counts with 2 grills, professional oven, dishwasher and 3 fridges and our large diner is designed to easily accomodate 12 people. On the top floor you can take the sun and enjoy on our terrace sorrounded by a beautiful roof garden. We also provide a bike rental service, so you can easily move through the neighbohood and enjoy everything the Roma-Condesa cultural corridor has to offer! La Roma was born in the early 20th century as a high-class, french-styled neighborhood of mansions and chalets. Throughout the 1920’s, La Roma starts receiving a considerable amount of families coming from all around the world who contributed to the rich mixture of architectural styles that remain nowadays such as Art Decó, Art Nouveau and Eclectic. Even through the Mexican Revolution (1910-1920) and the post-war years, La Roma continued flourishing and receiving new incomers. Nevertheless, the 1985 earthquake succumbed the neighborhood and lots of people abandoned it, leaving the district almost desertic. However, the down of the new century brought within a re-birth for La Roma. New incomers arrived once again, floods of writers, singers, and performers started making of La Roma their new home and the district bloomed once again. Nowadays La Roma-Condesa corridor is full of restaurants, cafés, art galleries, vintage boutiques, bars and dancing clubs making it the vibrant heart of nightlife and entertainment in Mexico City were a surprise awaits everyday!

Min. stay
30 nights

Max. stay

Units

Private room with queen bed and shared bathroom
$264.08 One-Time Refundable Security Deposit
$528.16 / Mo
1 Guest
1 Queen Bed
Shared Bathroom
  • Closet

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Private room with bathroom and queen bed
$308.84 One-Time Refundable Security Deposit
$617.67 / Mo
1 Guest
1 Queen Bed
Private Bathroom
  • Closet
  • Private Bath

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$617.67 / Mo + $308.84 One-Time Refundable Security Deposit

  • Closet
  • Private Bath

Property Amenities

  • Coworking Space
  • Weekly Housekeeping
  • Public Parking
  • Laundry on site
  • Shared Kitchen
  • WiFi

Property Rules

Respect the food of your roomates. We don’t offer this kind of service, so if upon your arrival you find any food, it belongs to your roomates. You can “book” the common areas to host a small dinner (maximum 4 people) upon your roomates approval. You’ll also have to clean after yourself or pay for the cleaning (previously requested). The laundry center is free of charge and is shared amongst all the inhabitants of the building. The laundry center can only be used from Monday to Friday from 8:00 to 21:00 and on Saturdays from 9:00-16:00, it is strictly forbidden to do laundry on Sundays. If the inhabitant does laundry outside this hours he/she shall pay a penalty of $100usd (this penalty is not ours, but comes from the building’s administration). If you are having people over for more than 1 night, you should give prior notification to your roomates and to us. The maximum length of their stay can be 1 week. Respect the common areas. Please do not leave any personal items outside your bedroom.

Cancellation Policy

Cancellation Policy: Strict

Reservations are fully refundable for 24 hours after the booking is confirmed, as long as the cancellation occurs at least 30 days before the check-in date, otherwise, it is a confirmed booking.More than 24 hours after booking is confirmed, guests can cancel but incur a penalty equivalent to the first month’s rent.

Roma Norte

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Roma Norte is Mexico City’s latest & greatest trendy hotspot. This hipster enclave has been gentrifying since the 2000s, and there are ongoing efforts to restore Roma Norte to its once prestigious roots. A smattering of bohemian cafes, boutiques and art galleries can be found amongst the tree-lined streets and plazas. Also of note are the many renovated mansions – some of which have even been turned into local food halls with each magnificent room featuring a different type of cuisine. This colorful and vibrant community is simply the perfect place to experience the flavors of Mexico.

  • Museo de Plástica Mexicana
  • Plaza Río de Janeiro
  • Metrobus Durango
  • Metro Insurgentes
  • Hotel Camino Real de Polanco
  • Ángel de la Independencia 12 minutes away
  • Fuente de la Cibeles 7 minutes away
$528.16 / Mo