Bed and Breakfast Mexico

Durango 145 esq Tonala, Colonia Roma, Mexico City, Mexico

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  • Dos Casas

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    Hi, I recently traveled in Mexico City and some other areas in the way to Cancun. We had a mid range budget since we spend 3 weeks in Mexico, we were recommended by a friend to stay at Dos Casas, it turned to be a very nice Bed and Breakfast. We spend 3 days in Mexico City and then moved on, we were a group of 5 and we had an excellent time in DF, This Bed and Breakfast was affordable and very stylish to our surprise. If we would go back to Mexico City we definitely would stay again there. I found them on tripadv but if no mistaken the site is www.2casas.com We had amazing mexican food walking distance from the inn.

    Directions: 2 blocks from MEtro San Cosme
    15 min by Taxi from Airport
    3 kms from Down town

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    AMAZING, fun and warm B&B

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    What a beautiful B&B in Col. Condessa. The Red Tree House is definitely a home away from home kind of place. The owners are charming, the staff is incredible. AND how can you not love being greeted by Abril, the slightly chubby golden lab (who happens to understand three languages). The accomodations are spectacular, the prices very fair, by Mexico City standards, and breakfast is yummy.

    Some taxi drivers have a tough time finding this place. But if you arrive at night you will see why it is called, The Red Tree House: the main tree in front is covered in tiny red lights.

    This is a favorite for many of my fellow expats living in Mexico.

    Unique Quality: Small, beautiful and comfortable. And their golden Lab greets every guest.

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Forum Posts

Bras and Restaurant close to Florencia / Zona Rosa

by Dirk64

Dear community,

I will be on a business trip for a week to Mexico City.My Hotel is located in the "Zona Rosa" in a street called "Florencia". Any recommendations regarding good restaurants and pubs closed to our Hotel ? ( I already found out that is is a "gay zone"...so please only recommendations for pubs for heterosexuals...)

Kind regards from Germany

Dirk

Re: Bras and Restaurant close to Florencia / Zona Rosa

by silu

yes

Re: Bars and Restaurant close to Florencia / Zona Rosa

by Dirk64

it should be Bars of course not Bras :-)

Re: Bras and Restaurant close to Florencia / Zona Rosa

by Dirk64

it should be Bars of course not Bras :-)

Re: Bras and Restaurant close to Florencia / Zona Rosa

by Laura_Mexico

There are TONS of them in this area...... depends on your tastes and preferences. I have a special recommendation on my Mexico City page for a restaurant called FOCOLARE in this area (they serve mexican food). There are bars such as Yuppie's Sport Cafe and Freedom (very close to Focolare) which aren't gay oriented. There's a shopping mall called PLAZA DE LA ROSA on Liverpool street where they have a very good italian restaurant called ITALIANNI'S (they have many other locals around the city). There are also chain restaurants such as VIPS, BISQUETS OBREGON and SANBORNS (this latter also has a bar but it's not too fun so I won't recommend it). Lots to choose from.... and of course other restaurants which are more expensive and "classy". Good luck.

Re: Bras and Restaurant close to Florencia / Zona Rosa

by gomexico

Lots of places from which to choose. By the way, the Zona Rosa is a diverse district - not a "gay district." It's the city's center for live entertainment - bars & restaurants - and attracts all sorts of people. Wander about and you'll find a place to your liking - it's a relatively small zone.

Re: Bras and Restaurant close to Florencia / Zona Rosa

by Dirk64

Hi Bill,

thanks for your reply. Just a little bit of work in the search engines, and I found out that the "Zona Rosa" is the place for me. I am looking for some fun after working days at an exhibition....

Kind regards from Germany

Dirk

Re: Bras and Restaurant close to Florencia / Zona Rosa

by alfredop

For some fun in really nice and modern restaurants and bars I would move towards Reforma Ave which is 5 minutes away from your hotel. I would try the W hotel bar and in the parallel street, Campos Eliseos you'll find a bunch of "posh" bars and restaurants.

Good luck.

Travel Tips for Mexico City

You have to walk the Paseo de...

by Quiquejavi

You have to walk the Paseo de la Reforma from Chapultepec to El Caballito and turn right to the Zocalo. A pleasant walk trip. Don't forget to visit the Templo Mayor near the Cathedral, it is a very good museum. The best in Mexico is the people. Let know it!

ecclectic traditions of religion

by Manyana

my mexican friend told me that there are tens and tens of local languages and so the religious traditions. over 90% of the population is Roman Catholic but these are mixed with the ancient practices like of the Aztec, Mayan and Incan. Mexicans are not religious people but they can be very passionate about carrying out the traditions and observing the customs.

in a morning, i was in a big church. i saw a long queue, waiting to see the priest and to ask for forgivness. that was very impressive to see. and this made me fancy what they'd be doing afterward in the evening.

observing omens or signs is very common. my friend's ring broke by an accident - an omen of a memory to let go! she was given another new ring - a sign of a new relationship! and so mexicans continue to unfold the meaning behind these omens!

definitely mexico is a legendary land that i look forward to stepping on its soil once again.

female travelers !!! what you need to bring!

by dls28

make sure that your luggage is locked up and that the bags you bring to use on the streets are thin and can be kept close to you, or a small rucksack that you can wear on your front. check on the weather before you come, mexico city can be hot and stuffy and at some times of year it can be very cold !
Bring a good pair of comfortable shoes or tennis shoes for walking around and smart shoes if you plan to eat anywhere fancy. anything you would normally need, bring with you - but other than that... sanborns is on almostevery street and has very well equiped pharmacies.

It would be a good idea to bring laxatives or medication to help with diahhrea relief as travelers to mexico city are most likely to suffer from and need one of the two!

Female travelers - if you are going to need them and you use them, bring TAMPONS to mexico as they are not always available everywhere. For some reason there seems to be a bit of a tampon fobia here and in other latin american countries so panty liners are sold everywhere but tampons or GOOD tampons are not always available. bring a camera - theres lots of good photos ops

The Pyramids of Teotihuacan

by acemj

Visiting the Pyramids of Teotihuacan is a great excursion from Mexico City. To get there, you can make arrangements with any of the many tour groups offering a package deal, however, you'll save a bundle if you just do it yourself like I did. Just take the Metro to the Indios Verdes stop (north end of the city). Here, you'll find a number of buses. Just walk all the way to the last bus platform ("anden"), which is platform J, and then walk toward the northern end of the platform (toward the mountains) and get on a bus that has a sign in the window for Teotihuacan (or it might just say "piramides"). The one hour ride should cost 25 pesos.

I went on a Sunday and visiting the pyramids was free. You should allow yourself a good three hours or more to have enough time to visit the pyramids and the other sights to see here. For more details, check out my Teotihuacan page.

Remaining Roots

by Mexgirl about Las Arte-sanías mexicanas

Mexican Artesanías can be found even in fancy department stores but a lot more expensive than in the original place.

The indian people selling their handicrafts at open Plazas and streets normally come from their Town, traveling hundreds of Kms to preserve their customs.

More than handicraft, their objects are certainly artistic and for one hand-made textil Shirt, they spend several days. It is said that in Mexico is easy to dodge to get a cheaper price. If you come from the States or Europe, you will find Mexico city already cheap, I think is not recommended, or fair, to ask for a cheaper price for indian products. They are already an art and it requires them a lot to come and offer their products.

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