I visited Oaxaca over the Day of the Dead weekend in November. I'm used to staying in hostels and my friends and I were attracted by the price and location. There is a kitchen for self-catering although we didn't use it, and a courtyard which is lovely in the sun. The breakfast was good, with fresh fruit, bread, coffee and... More
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The best in the city, we are a really great value youth hostel in Oaxaca City.Read next and will see why Casa de Don Pablo hostel is the best option in youth hostels in the city.Our breakfast is free of charge!After a nice rest, just start your day with a delicious breakfast every morning, yummy!Internet is free of charge.Check your email and chat with your friends in our reception computers or just bring your laptop and connect to the world.Our Rooms.All rooms have orthopedic mattresses.Our bed linen is perfectly in good shape and very clean.We concern about fumigating professionally periodically to provide you a comfortable place for resting. Feel safe all the time, leave your belongings in lockers displayed in all rooms.Guest Kitchen.Buy your food in a traditional market nearby the hostel and prepare your own food in our guest kitchen.Our Location.Casa de Don Pablo hostel is located in downtown, some minutes walking from bars, galleries, colonial spots, museums, parks, cafés, etc.Just walk some steps and enjoy the city! ... more less
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