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Casa Oaxaca

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Well-loved boutique hotel in a converted colonial house with just seven individually styled rooms, each brimming with colour and character, and an exceptional restaurant.

The highly regarded boutique hotel within a converted 18th century house is situated in the heart of Oaxaca, a stone's throw from the main square.

There are just seven rooms in Casa Oaxaca, each individually styled and brimming with character. Simple white walls and beautiful wooden furniture allow the sumptuous jewel tones of textiles to burst through, echoing the colours of the fresh flowers that appear daily. The theme continues elsewhere in the hotel, with calming white spaces complementing bursts of vibrant colour to great effect.

A secluded terrace with hammocks provides the perfect spot for relaxation on a sunny Mexican afternoon, and there is also a shady patio and attractive pool. However what the hotel really prides itself on is its gourmet food, served in its popular restaurant and combining traditional Oaxacan cuisine with modern flair. The exceptionally helpful and welcoming staff are a further factor adding to Casa Oaxaca's sparkling reputation.

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What our clients say

  • Oaxaca and Mexico City were the high spots for us. We found the Mexicans we met to be welcoming and helpful. We ate some amazing foot in Oaxaca where we…

    DS, Tunbridge Wells
  • Most Memorable Moment?: Hard to say as we enjoyed every part of our trip. We loved the mixture of ancient sites and other attractions so we did not feel overwhelmed…

    DS, Paisley
  • Most memorable aspect: “The view from Monte Alban across Oaxaca and the valleys around. Eating in Cafe Tacuba in Mexico City with a troop of troubadours playing would come a…

    JB, Dublin
  • The visit to Calakmul which was hard work but the reward of climbing the pyramids and seeing the jungle stretching in all directions will stay in the memory.  This was…

    PH, Westcliff-on-sea
  • “It's impossible to pick any individual aspect; but a number of experiences stood out: the visit to the "voodoo" church at St Juan Chamula (extraordinary and unexpected), the visit to…

    AR, Gospel Oak
  • Most memorable experience: Going by fast boat on Usumcinta river to Yaxchilan where howler monkeys and a deserted site made an unforgettable impression. I could go on and on –…

    PH Victoria
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