Casa Oaxaca is a traditional colonial building alive with Oaxaca's vibrant stories and colors.
Casa Oaxaca has seven simple rooms, and all are enhanced with bright splashes of color and contemporary art. Terracotta-colored hexagonal tiles feel right at home against the white walls. Thick wood shutters and doors open to blissfully bright sunlight. Fresh flowers are a nice, fragrant touch in each space.
The center of Casa Oaxaca is an open-aired patio displaying local art and regional vegetation. A juicy mango tastes extra sweet when it’s eaten on the outdoor terrace at breakfast. From the outside, Casa Oaxaca is understated, set along a quiet street. But within, you will find a small blue mosaic-tiled swimming pool embraced by fiesta-red walls with pretty bougainvillea blooms creeping up their sides. Refresh your body and soul with a rest under the canopy of pomegranate and chicozapote trees tucked under the blue sky above. Settle into the quiet library to peruse the Oaxaca literature.
Go on a culinary journey with a local chef who will lead you through the vibrant market, picking up the ingredients for your cooking class. Sample an assortment of artisanal mezcals, and bite into a selection of Oaxacan cuisine at a six course dinner. The beauty of Mexico is that its cuisine varies in each region, and the menu here could feature anything from local ceviche to fish with pumpkin flower. Native and organic ingredients are carefully prepared to bring out their extraordinary flavors. The aroma of spices and herbs will tantalize you and invite you to make your way to the dining area.
Even the spa makes use of these herbs, infusing them into relaxing baths and massages. Casa Oaxaca’s ethos is one of relaxation and calm.
With a guide you will visit the studios and workshops or local artists, learning about the timeless crafts of this interesting region. Casa Oaxaca is located walking distance from the heart of Oaxaca’s downtown, making it easy to explore this under-the-radar corner of Mexico.Request Information