NEW Equipped Condo w/GYM & Roof
- 2 Bedrooms
- 2 Bathrooms
- 4 Guests
Each apartment has an open plan living/dining room with a fully equipped kitchen: Stove, sink, mixer taps, hood, porcelain floor, doors, white cabinets and granite countertops.
The apartments are oriented towards wide views of the city and the volcanoes, creating an ideal atmosphere to live and work in harmony.
They are completely equipped and have; First level finishes, generous heights, Spaces with natural lighting, large windows & large terraces
The amenities allow you to be highly productive and enjoy your moments of rest to the fullest in a safe environment.
Two patios with natural vegetation
common roof garden
24 hour surveillance
2 Covered Parking Spots
The Mantik Céfiro 5 building has a privileged location south of CDMX, a few steps from the University City and the Science...
Enjoy the comforts of home and beyond with these distinctive features.
All Stays Include
We believe certain amenities should be standard. Every home comes outfitted with these best-in-class essentials for a worry-free stay.
Beds & Bath
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First Aid Kit
Carbon Monoxide Alarm
Baby Sitting: Available for additional fee
The Mantik Céfiro 5 building has a privileged location south of CDMX, a few steps from the University City and the Science Museum, and four blocks from the Periferico. Coyoacán (US: /ˌkɔɪoʊəˈkɑːn/ KOY-oh-ə-KAHN, Spanish: [koʝoaˈkan] (listen)) is a borough (demarcación territorial) in Mexico City. The former village is now the borough's "historic center". The name comes from Nahuatl and most likely means "place of coyotes", when the Aztecs named a pre-Hispanic village on the southern shore of Lake Texcoco dominated by the Tepanec people. Against Aztec domination, these people welcomed Hernán Cortés and the Spanish, who used the area as a headquarters during the Spanish conquest of the Aztec Empire and made it the first capital of New Spain between 1521 and 1523. The village and later municipality of Coyoacán remained completely independent of Mexico City through the colonial period into the 19th century. In 1857, the area was incorporated into the then Federal District when this district was expanded. In 1928, the borough was created when the Federal District was divided into sixteen boroughs. The urban sprawl of Mexico City reached the borough in the mid-20th century, turning farms, former lakes, and forests into developed areas, but many of the former villages have kept their original layouts, plazas, and narrow streets and have conserved structures built from the 16th to the early 20th centuries. This has made the borough of Coyoacán, especially its historic center, a popular place to visit on weekends.
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Things To Know
Access and Accessibility
- Disabled parking Spot
- Wheelchair Access
Payment and Cancellation - 30 Day Policy
- Guests may cancel for free provided that: (1) reservation is canceled within 48-hours of reservation request, and (2) reservation request was made 11 days before arrival.
- 30 days or less prior to arrival: Guests pay 100% at time of reservation.
- More than 30 days before arrival: Guests pay 50% at time of reservation, the remaining 50% will be charged 30 days prior to arrival.
- For guests paying with points: 100% of payment will be deducted at time of reservation, once booking is verified within 48 hours.
- 30 days or less prior to arrival: No refund issued, unless ‘Grace Period’ applies.
- More than 30 days before arrival: 100% refund.