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I enthusiastically confirm the warm and positive comments submitted by other guests to the Casa Raab. The view of the ruins of Atzompa on the morning dog walk (optional), the spacious rooms filled with local crafts and art, and the wonderful breakfasts would make a...More
My wife and I stayed for 4 nights after celebrating Day of the Dead in Oaxaca and were put in the small separate casita which was lovely. It has two bedrooms, shower, living room and kitchen. The hosts Rebecca and Tony were wonderful and nothing...More
So we turned up on time to collect our booked rental car to drive out to Etla, to be told all the cars were gone (thank you Europcar !) and had to take a taxi out to Casa Raab. This meant we arrived with no...More
Absolutely the BEST BnB experience!
Casa Raab is lovely and the accommodations are perfectly appointed with everything possible to make our seven day stay comfortable.
Innkeepers Rebecca and Tony Raab have thought of everything. The entire home is so fascinating with art work everywhere.
I️ had the pleasure of spending 5 days here during Dia de Los Muertos in Oaxaca. This is a lovely hacienda with two warm & wonderful proprietors, Rebecca & Tony Raab. From the moment you arrive, they make you feel like you are staying at...More
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Yes and prior to The Day of the Dead, there’s lots of altars being constructed with flowers, etc and Compressa’s (parades with music and costumes and people marching thru the streets in center city and little towns). Then on... More
Yes and prior to The Day of the Dead, there’s lots of altars being constructed with flowers, etc and Compressa’s (parades with music and costumes and people marching thru the streets in center city and little towns). Then on 31st the cemeteries are all very actives with families decorating gravesites, and party goers. Following day also. Festival atmosphere- like Bourbon St, in New Orleans, during Marti Gra.