We were lucky enough to be able to book 6 rooms (a year ago) in this beautiful old house in San Rafael district for ourselves and our friends. We were all traveling together exploring the history and culture of this amazing city. Patio 77 did not disappoint (it has been featured in several travel articles in the British press) and indeed it exceeded expectations. Our group of 12 felt instantly at home. The staff were friendly, helpful and very welcoming. The rooms were really lovely, beautifully decorated and the beds were comfortable. The breakfasts were generous and delicious, freshly cooked to order in the open kitchen next to the dining room. It felt like being at home (if home was featured in magazines had staff!) If corporate hotels are not your thing and you are you are lucky enough to have found Patio 77 then don’t hesitate. Just book it! Thank you to Alex, Karen and all the staff for making our time in Mexico City so very special. …
We started our trip from staying at El Patio 77 and it set a great tone for rest of the trip. Our 5 year-old enjoyed exploring the plants-filled building and the courtyard. And not to mention the delicious (and nutritious!) breakfast that are prepared freshly each morning. Room was spacious with beautiful light. Clean and stylish bathroom with hot water. Andrea and her staffs were friendly and make sure you have what you need. This welcoming B&B is highly recommended for all parties!
We loved it! Location, every day changing lovely breakfast, the whole beautiful atmosphere of the house! Spent 4 nights here and would have wish to stay longer, this city has so much to offer. Would certainly recommend.
We stayed at El Patio 77 just recently and we absolutely loved everything about it. Andrea, Alex and the staff were so sweet and accomodating. The rooms were great...Vera Cruz and Oaxaca (on the street, so may be noisy). There are such special design elements every where. The hotel is is in the San Rafael district, and walking was very easy. But Uber is very reliable and reasonable! Try El Asadero restaurant for local flavor.
Loved it. Definitely a hidden treasure in Mexico City, it's such a lovely and cozy place where the staff are always looking into making you comfortable, Andrea was always so kind and attentive & the kitchen ladies are so sweet. Our room Oaxaca was incredibly beautiful, and the main courtyard is just amazing. Surely will come back.