The door to Casa Oaxaca hotel is closed; you have to ring the bell to enter. Once you're inside, you've left the busy city streets behind. This hotel has a very intimate and exclusive feel to it, with just five guestrooms and two suites; some are on the ground floor, some upstairs, but all are away from the city street and its noises. You'll find serene courtyards with plants, a free-form swimming pool, and an unerring attention to detail. The rooms are exquisite and the service is impeccable, but what stands out is the food. The hotel has the same management and fabulous cuisine as the restaurant of the same name (at a different location). Made to order breakfasts are included with a stay here, and are served in the central courtyard.
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Colorful and Vibrant Oaxaca
Oaxaca’s popularity is no mystery with its friendly residents, rich history, and delicious, regional cuisine. Experience the best of Oaxaca in this customized itinerary for you and your travel companion. You’ll stay at the charming Casa Oaxaca and enjoy two days of private touring, both with the city and nearby sights, and a cooking lesson with a local Zapotec family (complete with a morning visit to the market). Your trip will culminate with a celebratory meal at the famous Como Agua Para Chocolate Restaurant.
The itinerary created by AFAR Travel Advisory Council member Lauren Maggard includes three nights at the Casa Oaxaca, tours, airport transfers, and a farewell dinner for $2,990 for two people.