Historical Palace in Centro

Historical Palace in Centro


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4 Bedrooms
Sleeps 8
2 Bathrooms

About our home

A palatial home built four centuries ago on Mexico City's most important location. The house sleeps up to twelve guests in 3 beautifully decorated, en-suite bedrooms. z Delight in the use of a historical palace and family home, carefully restored, a prestigious art collection and all modern amenities and services, including butler service, drawing rooms, bar, dining room, library, and antique furniture. Great views of the Cathedral and the Zocalo, and steps away from museums and restaurants.


More about us

  1. I am a sculptor and a designer, and Carolina my wife is a film producer and an activist. We have four children, and we are based in Mexico City.

  2. We speak French, English and Spanish.

  3. Our home was lovingly restored by Cesar's parents in the late eighties. You will not find another home like it in this twenty million people city.

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Where is it?


Mexico City’s historic centre, known as the centro histórico or centro, is the heart of the Mexican capital and one of the spots that all first-time visitors to Mexico City should aim to explore, even if just for a day. Having said that, there’s more than enough going on in the historic centre to warrant staying far longer.

Buzzy restaurants
Azul y Oro, Puntarena, Casino Español, Casa de las Sirenas
Cool bars
Zinco Jazz Club, Patanegra
Cozy cafés
Buna, Cafe Tacuba
Retail therapy
The Shoppes at Downtown
Bit of culture
Dozens of museums
Walks in the park
Right by the Zocalo
Spot of exercise
Climb the Torre Latinoamericana
Day tripping

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