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All reviewspool areayogurta great swimming poolmorning noisehectic citytea and coffeeb beggs cooked to orderminute walksecure parkingthe main houseloved staying herehot waterfew blocksnice breakfasttraveling aloneinterior courtyard
Stayed a few nights here. We chose it as we wanted a hotel with a pool. The pool is really nice - nicer than the photos suggested. Unfortunately the weather was a little cool and we were just too busy with tours etc to use...More
La Casa de la Tia Tere is a small, relatively central hotel in Oaxaca, Mexico, situated a few blocks from streets leading directly to the Zocalo. It has some 20 rooms and four bungalows. My Wife and I, plus son and daughter-in-law and granddaughter stayed...More
best place in oaxaca. Good value well appointed room off a lovely garden courtyard. nice pool and friendly breakfast bar. Free coffee and tea all day. Very quiet and peaceful, off the main centre a bit of a walk to the main attractions but very...More
I stayed here for almost 3 weeks at the end of Jan and first of Feb and found it to be the nicest, friendliest place I have ever stayed. The staff were personable and very helpful when I was ill with a chest infection and...More
Casa de la Tia Tere does not look like its name, and is a typical local house which at first you do not notice in the street.
A little surprising at first, the reception has 2 large doors opening on the street, behind bars as...More
Sorry - I couldn't say, I was in a small room, but I know that there are larger rooms overlooking the pool or right beside the pool. I don't know if there are 2-br apts. I doubt that there would be a kitchen, but you can use... More
Sorry - I couldn't say, I was in a small room, but I know that there are larger rooms overlooking the pool or right beside the pool. I don't know if there are 2-br apts. I doubt that there would be a kitchen, but you can use the kitchen (abit) where you eat breakfast - you should ask directly to the hotel about that. Tom