Casa Bonita Hotel Boutique

Address: Calle Catalina 102, Oaxaca, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 68020, Mexico | 3 star hotel
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          • Spa
          • Swimming pool
          • Restaurant
          • Heated pool
          • Fitness/Health center
          • Bar/lounge


          • Minbar in room
          • High-speed internet in room
          • Wireless internet connection in public areas
          • Smoking rooms available
          • Non-smoking hotel
          • Free High-Speed Internet
          • Free parking
          • Family rooms


          • Suites
          • All-Suites Property


          • Meeting rooms/conference facilities
          • Shuttle bus service
          • Room service
          • Continental Breakfast

          TripAdvisor Reviews Casa Bonita Hotel Boutique Oaxaca

          4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

          Travel Blogs from Oaxaca

          Day 56: COOKING CLASS

          A travel blog entry by livy_lane on Aug 25, 2015

          ... terrace for a beer while everything was finished off and served. The view from up there was outstanding. We were right next to the cathedral with the backdrop of the beautiful mountains. We were the only ones up there so it was really lovely.

          It was really exciting eating all our food, even if it was a six course meal! Everything was really yummy, I think my favourite bit was the soup (and of course the chocolate ice cream). I was sceptical about the ...

          The Ruins of Monte Alban!

          A travel blog entry by therenbackagain on Jan 14, 2015

          8 photos

          ... The spots of its hide also represented the stars, another symbol of its celestial connection. People born in the month of the jaguar were powerfully connected to all the realms and therefore made strong shamans and spiritual leaders.

          It was fascinating and moving to wander among these incredible ruins, contemplating the lives of the people who built them. What incredible cultures, rich and varied and ancient, and the perfect way to launch our exploration into the world of Oaxaca.

          Mexico City to Oaxaca

          A travel blog entry by michadventure on Sep 01, 2014

          6 photos

          ... not for me! Another traditional dish is a bread roll with beans and meat - much tastier! We also learn in Puebla that Mexicans know that it's a Mexican Christ because it has a bruise on his cheek from the kiss of Judas. Christian Christ's don't have this marking. There are many universities in Puebla and it is very well lit and safe to walk around. It has a wonderful feeling about it and feels like we could spend more time here than we have.

          We have ...

          Mezcal and Reflecting

          A travel blog entry by jennyroberts on Jan 14, 2014

          2 photos

          ... factory; Mezcal is essentially the name for tequila, that is not they produced in the region of tequila, as like Champagne it is only permitted to use the name tequila if the drink is produced in a certain area. We visited a small factory, which produces mezcal using modern equipment, but still demonstrates the traditional practices. The agave plants are collected and their outer limbs removed, leaving only the inner core or pineapple. The pineapple was then ...

          Wall Art of Oaxaca

          A travel blog entry by marconelli on Nov 08, 2013

          4 comments, 12 photos

          We're all settled in now to our home in Oaxaca (after dealing with water and plumbing problems as boring to recount as they were annoying to go through) and have discovered that our daily activities do not lend themselves to the kind of blogging we're used to.

          So there's not much to blog about. Instead, I propose to post some photo essays on topics that interest us here. This one focuses on the street art of Oaxaca, ...