The Gallery at My Place Condesa

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This hotel offers cozy apartments and all the comforts of a resort with a warm and intimate atmosphere. The hotel is decorated with works by local artists and the interior design is contemporary with wooden floors, kitchenettes equipped with a marble or granite bar, cable TV, and rooms that accommodate up to four people. The hotel’s common areas include a terrace for barbecues, a dining area with coffee service, tables for reading and a TV room. The location is unbeatable: the hotel is located in the Condesa, one of the liveliest neighborhoods in Mexico City full of restaurants, cafes, bars, alternative shopping, cultural forums. The hotel is located very close to Chapultepec Park, with its picturesque lake and important museums.

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(55) 63788005

Guest Rooms


Capacidad :

2 adults

2 children

Maximum Occupation: 4

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Within The Gallery at My Place Condesa

Front Desk

Safe Deposit Box

Bike trails

Pets Allowed

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Barbecue area (BBQ)

Close to The Gallery at My Place Condesa

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Family & kid’s sites


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Historic Sites

Bike trails



Beauty Salon



Attractions and activities

Mexico City Mexico City has been described as the ""biggest"" city in the world. In reality, with over 20 million population and an area covering approximately 600 square miles it is probably one of the most densely populated. Regardless, Mexico City is truly one of the great capitals of the world.Its 350 colonias (neighborhoods) sprawl across the ancient bed of Lago de Texcoco and beyond. The vast urban expanse is daunting at first, but the main areas of interest to visitors are pretty comprehensible. The historic heart of the city, El Zócalo, and its surrounding neighborhoods are known as the Centro Histórico (historic center) and are full of notable old buildings and interesting museums. Avenidas Madero and Cinco de Mayo link the Zócalo with the Alameda Central park.
West of the Alameda, across Paseo de la Reforma, is the Plaza de la República, a fairly quiet, which is a mostly residential area. Mexico City's grandest boulevard is Paseo de la Reforma, running across the city's heart, connecting the Alameda to the Zona Rosa and the Bosque de Chapultepec. The Zona Rosa (pink zone) pulsates with glitzy shopping, restaurants, bars, discos and non stop nightlife. The Bosque de Chapultepec, is to the west of the aforementioned districts. It's a big bunch of greenery and lakes, with museums and cultural tidbits to boot.
Museums, markets, archeological sites, pyramids, shopping centers and parks are just the beginning of a great adventure in this gargantuan city. Please make some time to visit Xochimilco, the Pyramids of Teotihuacan, Coyoacan and Cuernavaca.
  • Historic Center
  • Zócalo
  • Metropolitan Cathedral
  • Templo Mayor
  • Minería Palace
  • Chapultepec Castle
  • National Palace
  • Fine Arts Palace
  • Anthropology Museum
  • Xochimilco
  • Teotihuacan pyramids
  • San Carlos Museum
  • Franz Meyer Museum
  • Museum of Modern Art
  • Rufino Tamayo Museum
  • Revillagigedo Market
  • Museum of the Templo Mayor (Major Temple)

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