Casa Colonial

Calle Miguel Negrete 105, Oaxaca 68000, Mexico
2 reviews

A charming downtown oasis, 40-year-old Casa Colonial – which claims to be Oaxaca's first bed and breakfast – feels like a friend's (large) house. There's a library with English books, unlimited purified water, caged birds, a fish pond, gardens that attract migratory birds (and birders) in February and March, monthly afternoon concerts on the lawn, WiFi service throughout the hotel ...

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    0.74 mi

    Restaurant la Olla

    0.74 mi from Casa Colonial
    3 reviews

    Expensive, bland poor service. Had been looking forward to visit, had Breakfast, visited their website previously (I have kids so being prepared for options in menu is better) prices on website were different from ones printed on menu. Had Popeye Omelet, Crunchy Chilaquiles, Memelitas. There was nothing jaw droppingly delicious. For an internationally renown restaurant, food was too simple, I ...

  • 2
    0.6 mi

    Los Danzantes

    0.6 mi from Casa Colonial
    2 reviews

    Although we only gave this restaurant, located in Oaxaca's historic center, four stars, we loved our meal there. It loses a star solely because of its high prices, and perhaps because a steak was slightly undercooked. For the most part, though, our meal was wonderful. The owners also have two other restaurants in Mexico and their own mezcal distillery. The ...

  • 3
    0.53 mi

    La Popular

    0.53 mi from Casa Colonial
    1 review

    My wife and I weren't really into tortas until we found this place. Now we crave them constantly. If you look at the menu from the street, you may be inclined to skip this place. But La Popular, located in a bright, airy spot near the Santo Domingo church, is amazing mainly because of its attention to quality. They choose ...

  • 4
    1.74 mi

    Yu Ne Nisa

    1.74 mi from Casa Colonial
    2 reviews

    This is really lovely, local, "istmeña" cuisine, lots of seafood, and beautiful atmosphere. Overall, I would say that the local cuisine in Oexaca is truly refined, and you should try to really explore.

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