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Casa Oaxaca

Garcia Vigil 407, Centro, Oaxaca 68000, Mexico
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    Jennifer Kho
    5 Aug 25, 2013

    Casa Oaxaca is pricey, but worth it. The gorgeous 18th century house, renovated in 199, boasts Oaxacan art and rooms with air conditioning, WiFi, a safe, hair dryer and all the standards. The junior suites vary widely. One consists of a large single-room with a king bed, a desk, a sitting area and a bookshelf with books. Another includes two rooms – with a king and two queen beds – connected by a sitting area, a huge bathroom with a separate tub, shower, toilet and two sinks and a swanky private terrace with lounge chairs and a view of Santo Domingo church. The master suite is a two-floor stand-alone building for two that hosts yoga classes for guests when it's not occupied. Guests get access to a small heart-shaped pool and a steam room, and can buy in-room spa services. The hotel also has an excellent on-site restaurant, which offers cooking classes, and two bars, one of which specializes in mezcal, the local libation of choice.

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    Matt Krupnick
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    5 Aug 25, 2013

    It was hard not to gape at this place. The huge, two-story master suite? *gape* The so-called "junior suite" that was bigger than most apartments? *gape* The beautiful pool and steam room? *gape* Casa Oaxaca, which also has two restaurants in different parts of the city, is expensive, but you get a lot for that price. The hotel, renovated in 1996, has nine rooms, but two are reserved for the German owners. That leaves seven spectacular places to sleep, all with beautiful furnishings and decorations. The suites have shelves filled with guidebooks and other reading material. The hotel offers cooking classes, massages and yoga, as well as mezcal tasting in a bar on the property. Breakfast is included, and the on-site restaurant is open all day. Some employees speak fluent English.

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Description

This nine-room luxury boutique hotel is in a great location, within a short walk of both the Santo Domingo church and zócalo. All rooms have wifi and safes, and breakfast at the on-site restaurant is included for all guests. The restaurant is also open for lunch and dinner, and the hotel has two bars, one of which offers mezcal tasting. The hotel also has a pool and steam room, and the inn offers ... read more
massages, yoga and cooking classes. Both suites and standard rooms are available.

Amenities:

  • Business Center
  • Restaurant
  • Swimming Pool
  • Free Hi Speed Internet
  • TV In Room
  • Air Conditioning
  • Sauna
  • In-House Bar
  • Clothing Iron
  • In-House Dining
  • Family Rooms
  • Safe
  • Mini Bar In Room
  • Continental Breakfast
  • Outdoor Pool

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