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.
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
The guest house itself is really beautiful, and the staff really friendly, but try to avoid any room facing the street. I was booked in the master suite and the guest house decided to have potable water brought into the hotel at 23:15 in the evening. This happened right outside my window for 30 min and was extremely loud! Beyond that, every night was loud on the street. It's hard to shut out the noise because you need the windows open for air flow as there is no air conditioning. I didn't had a good night of sleep since staying here. Additionally, guests don't get a key to the front gate. You have to rely on hotel staff or security to let you in and out of the building. I haven't had any problems with this, but I have heard other guests have. I think this should have been more clear in the booking site. Breakfast was convenient and tasty, but dinner was something you could skip, unless you want to meet other travelers. The guests at dinner were so great. Overall, the concept of this place is great but if you need a quiet place to stay, keep looking. …
I would like to start by clarifying that “El agrado guest house”is not a hotel. As its name says it is a guest house. ( Huge difference) It's a family business, they're new on the business, they’re learning and they are nice hard working people. The place has great location, it’s close to everything! Having said that; There was no hot water in the hotel from the first day until the last. We stayed for six nights. We occupied seven bedrooms and we were 14 adults. The place offers breakfast and dinner included in the rate. Breakfast is not pretentious: fruit, juice, coffee, egg or chilaquiles, nice home made breakfast! Dinner ... I will simply say that they still don't have the experience or the competence to offer dinner service to their guests. I assure you that over time, hard work and your positive attitude will make this guest house a memorable place, I wish you the best!…
My husband and I had the great pleasure of visiting Oaxaca and being advised to stay in the Agrado Guest House. First, it's a lovely place with very nice inside and outside space including a large room for dining with fellow guests at either the breakfast or dinner provided as part of your stay, a lovely outside patio with a fountain and a roof patio with tables and hammocks for relaxing. There is a view from the top patio of Santa Domingo. We had a lovely room on the top floor that was comfortable and private. We really enjoyed the breakfasts provided daily and the dinners! The cuisine was healthy, interesting and fresh! The location is convenient and close to everything in the downtown area! There were great bars, cafes and shops in the area. We met so many lovely people at our morning and evening meals from all over. The staff were so friendly and helpful. Everyone spoke English but they also put up with our attempts to speak Spanish! There is a small store at the front of the hotel that offers some local products but also features craft beers from all over Mexico. The only thing that wasn't perfect was the occasional lack of hot water. Overall, we had a wonderful experience and Agrado is now a place we cherish and hope to visit again!…