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Accommodation located in the magical neighborhood of Coyoacán, CASA TAMAYO is the best accommodation option for business or pleasure, whether for long or short stays you can feel in an atmosphere of freedom and rest with a personalized service as you deserve.
CASA TAMAYO is distinguished by its spacious common areas and its central location, where Coyoacán will transport you to a town within the city allowing you to enjoy incredible places to visit, eat or have a cocktail.
In addition, just a few blocks away are some of the best museums and tourist attractions in Mexico City.
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as unique as Coyoacán
Located in the magical colony of
Coyoacán, CASA TAMAYO is the best lodging option to enjoy the beautiful and fascinating Mexico City.
Free Premium Wi-Fi Internet. (500 Mbps).
Coffee, tea and cookie service as a courtesy.
Free calls available upon request at reception.
* (Only Mexico, USA, Canada).
Shared TV room.
* (Premium channels and NETFLIX).
Fully equipped shared kitchen where you can prepare your food with complete freedom.
Iron available upon request.
Laundry service. ($) (Washing and drying).
Extra bed. ($) (Available only in some rooms).
Extra room cleaning request ($).
* 2 days per week in the rooms.
* Change of sheets and towels once a week.
Looking for long stays ?
CASA TAMAYO is perfect , whether per week, month or year, you can count on all the services you need for your comfort and flexible rental plans.
How to arrive?
Distance from the airport: 8 miles
Average driving time: 25 minutes
Average taxi fare: $200 MXN
Distance from the terminal: 1.8 miles
Average driving time: 10 minutes
Average taxi fare: $40 MXN
Viveros: .9 mi LV
Coyoacán: 1.1 mi LV
Miguel Ángel de Quevedo: 1.2 mi LV
Copilco: 1.2 mi LV
Universidad: 2.1 mi LV
Tasqueña: 1.8 mi LA
"Place of the Coyotes" or "Place of those who Have and Venerate Coyotes", in the Nahuatl language. The inhabitants of this sector on the southern shore of Lake Texcoco were ethnic Tecpaneca people. They were farmers and also lapidary artists specialized in volcanic stone carving extracted from the neighboring scree, formed by the eruption of Xitle volcano, centuries ago.
Cortés founded the first town hall in the Valley of Mexico here. It is known that he had a residence here, but only vestiges were left that were transferred to the cabildo building, which people call Casa de Cortés although it was built in 1755.
In Coyoacán some viceroyal buildings are conserved, but most of the palaces, manor houses and rustic adobe houses correspond to nineteenth century forms and many are replicas built during the twentieth century. Neighbors and authorities have taken pains to preserve in the neighborhood the appearance of being "frozen in time", which includes myths and anecdotes that range from stories of apparitions to events attributed to international personalities of art and politics that have lived in this neighborhood.
If we add a vast cultural, gastronomic, commercial and entertainment offer, then Coyoacán becomes one of the most attractive places in the city. It is unthinkable to stop visiting it.
¡Visitemos un museo!
· Museo Frida Kahlo · Museo-Casa de León Trotsky · Museo Nacional de la Acuarela · Museo Nacional de Culturas Populares · Museo Anahuacalli · Museo Nacional de las Intervenciones · Universum · MUAC · Centro Nacional de las Artes · Museo Casa Estudio Diego Rivera y Frida Kahlo ·
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