If you’re looking for a romantic inn in Oaxaca, look no further than Agrado Guest House.
For those interested in checking out popular landmarks while visiting Oaxaca, Agrado Guest House is located a short distance from Andador de Macedonia Alcalá (0.2 mi) and Exconvento de San Pablo (0.2 mi).
As your “home away from home,” the inn rooms offer a minibar, and getting online is easy, with free wifi available.
Guests have access to a concierge and baggage storage while staying at Agrado Guest House. In addition, Agrado Guest House offers a lounge, which will help make your Oaxaca trip additionally gratifying. And, as an added convenience, there is paid public parking available nearby.
When you’re feeling hungry, be sure to check out Mexita, Cafe Bistrot Epicuro, and Trattoria y Pizzeria Ciao Italia "pañuelito", which are some Mediterranean restaurants that are popular with locals and out-of-towners alike.
Should time allow, Templo de Santo Domingo de Guzman and Ethnobotanical Garden are some popular attractions that are within walking distance.
The staff at Agrado Guest House looks forward to serving you during your upcoming visit.
This is such a great find! The location is brilliant, the staff was friendly, the breakfasts so delicious! It’s a very tidy space with lots of chillout areas. I could seriously live here! There a reading/chill room, the courtyard, the upstairs terrace - where I enjoyed a massage. I’d definitely go back here! Thank you to the lovely people who looked after us so well! Xxx muchos gracias!
Hi, first and foremost I would like to start saying that we stay at the room 17 corresponding to the department at the back of the house. It is a big room with a double bed and a indivual sofa bed. It has a kitchenette, a dining table, a firepleace, one restroom with shower and a TV. You will always count with wifi that even when is not the best wifi service, it works really well so you can be connected. The room was very clean and comfortable. When we arrived we have only 2 inconveniences: there is no parking so you have to look for a place on public way out of the hotel and we didn't have hot water. The first inconveninece couldn't be fixed, because there is no near parking where you can let your car, but to the temperature problem of the water, we talke with the hotel's people and the fixed it, therefore the next days we didn't have any problem with that, actually we enjoyed a lot to take a delicious shower at morning so we can start our days. The restaurant is not very varied, so you better take consideration of that, that is not actually a problem, because Oaxaca downtown is full of places where you can eat for differente sprices, eventhoug everyday theyhave a few dishes, that to my taste they where very average, but the last day I was surprised with the flavour of the chilaquiles that they gave us in the morning for breakfast. They were delicious. The people is really nice and I would considere definitely to stay there again for the next trip, because the hotel is in a very good location near to everything, after all you go walking to every place that you want to know unless it is a place as monte alban or something like that, that is far from downtown. Thank you to all the Agrado's staff for making us feel like home. A lovely place to stay.…
The cleaning people are terrible, came back to my room to find my wet dirty towels hanging back up on the shower pole all damp by the cleaning ladies. I had to grab them all and take them to be exchanged for new ones. The shower head was spraying from the pipe area, me and my wife couldn’t shower. mold around the area where the sink meets the wall. Toilet seat too short for the toilet. There was a sliding wall in my living room which was hiding a hugh window, I had to stuff it with what I can find to cover the hugh gap. People outside can clearly see in my room. Another small window in the kitchen was easy to look thru from the outside and see my whole living area. Complete mold on a rubber flap they had put on the shower drain. Why I didn’t give it one star was because the rest of the staff and the garden were awesome. But they need more stricter room policies. The room fell short completely. Even the decor was sad.…
Breakfast is just bad. There is a daily menu without any choice: like tortilla with frejoles and chicken on Tuesdays or eggs with ham on Thursdays. Had to get breakfast in a cafė. The room we got was nice and large but no hot water to bathe as we came on a rainy day and on that part of the guest house has only solar heating. The shower head gives a thin sprinkle of water. There is no air conditioning in the rooms and no heater, just fan. For the price I would expect for more. I wonder how come they marked 3star hotel. The second star was given for the good location, the lovely garden, and the comfortable bed. Another really annoying thing is that in order to get in and out of the hotel someone has to open the gate! Why just give the guests a key???“minimalism gone wrong ”
We stayed at the Agrado recently (for a wedding) and we enjoyed it very much. The Agrado is a wonderful hotel, I loved the architecture and the cleanliness was incredible, the interior decoration was also very lovely and comfortable with a clean, minimalist style. Quiet and peaceful, with many lovely, large open communal spaces to sit and relax, a very nice breakfast included and all the linens and towels were very soft and spotlessly white. Filtered water is supplied. The location is perfect, very central and near everything, also there is a person at the front desk 24/7 which is great for feeling secure and getting help with anything you may need. In a nutshell a very peaceful, lovely place to get away from it all.
For the price and location, I really cannot make any complaints! Our room was clean and I dug the Oaxaca meets Minimalist approach. Wifi was not great, but good enough to stream shows at night. The included breakfast was great (and the beautiful, shaded outdoor area to have it) and special thanks to Mao who was able to make us a special diet friendly meal each morning. The coffee was also outstanding. Would stay here again! This place may not be a good fit if you are used to more franchise hotels (particularly in the US). There are no TVs, no room service, no hairdryer (that I could see), not a ton of outlets, or places to hang things etc. As someone who stays in those places a lot, I appreciated the uniqueness of this hotel.
Well, to say the least we were not exactly happy at the Agrado Guest House. Great location and interesting building. Not too many pros, so here are the cons. No hair dryer in room (had to search for one for the wife in the early morning and that took almost an hour); no shower curtain and a lousy shower (it is a tub/shower and the water drains from the shower running off into a drain on the bathroom floor); breakfast, only one choice with cold toast, starts at 8:30, which is not convenient if you have an early morning excursion, plus, it is cooked at the time you sit down, so another 15 minutes is wasted. Also the coffee is not very good and cold. In winter, take a coat to breakfast because it is out side and is very chilly in the morning. Room itself is very spartan. No TV but that was ok because we were busy and our Spanish is lacking at best. Staff is friendly and do their best trying to communicate. Only the head manager speaks English and he does the breakfast cooking. Room was cleaned daily and fresh towels were delivered daily. This was good because we used the bath towels to dry up the water on the bathroom floor so we wouldn't slip and break a hip. Covid protocols were good. There is a small bar area but was not staffed. Again, very convenient location and was clean. But I would suggest another place if staying in Oaxaca.…
The Agrado Guest House was the most welcoming & warm place to stay. A home from home. It’s a beautiful building lovingly restored by owner Ana and her family. The rooms are clean, light & spacious with local artworks displayed and, during our visit they hosted a small artisan market in the courtyard. Communal areas are comfortable & there is a rooftop terrace where yoga classes are available in the mornings. The Agrado is situated within easy walking distance of town and we loved exploring the galleries, markets, & restaurants. Ana’s son, Mauricio, manages the guest house & has lots of information on places to eat and visit. This is a family business and it is clear that everyone works towards ensuring the guests get the most from their visit to Oaxaca. They are clearly proud of the city & it’s rich heritage..& rightly so. It has been an inspiring visit and we thoroughly recommend the Agrado.…
It's just a beautiful place to stay! The staff was super nice and polite The owners where there for anything I need and they have a lot of tips to travel around the city Of course I recommend this place because it was very private and calm, It feels like a second home. The breakfast was incredible and it is included in the rate.
It was such a really good experience, the staff is super nice and the house is beyond beautiful. They don't have dinners any more because of covid but breakfast is included in the rate, it was good and simple Some people may not like it, but i appreciate the privacy they create by working with the front gate closed
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