The casual and comfortable setting created by attentive host Jane Robison promptly sets guests at ease. This is an especially attractive place for first-timers to Oaxaca, who can tap into the owner's knowledge of the area and perhaps even tour some villages with her. The good-size rooms open to a large garden with tall jacaranda trees; they are simply but comfortably furnished. Breakfast is substantial: fresh fruit, yogurt, hot cereal, eggs, bacon, juice, and coffee. The hotel is farther from downtown than most of the others listed here. Rooms are not available for the Day of the Dead season or Christmas. Occasionally, there is live music on Sunday afternoons. The inn also offers a three-meal plan.
- © Frommer's 2013
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- Recommended 2010