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Casa Catrina

Casa Catrina, Oaxaca, Mexico

Casa Catrina is a charming 6 room boutique hotel, renovated from a Oaxacan family home. This small and friendly hotel is focused on attention to detail, offering a high level of service.

The bedrooms are extremely comfortable and spacious and all have a coloured theme, with local art hanging on the walls, and heavy shutters on the windows to ensure a peaceful night's sleep. Some rooms open out onto a central sky lit patio where breakfast is served in a relaxed atmosphere.

The hotel does not have a restaurant but is centrally located with a good-range of restaurants nearby and there is a a cavernous in-house bar called 'El Catrin' which offers a private retreat for guests wishing to unwind with a drink. The hotel offers room and laundry services and can organise massages externally for guests.

Our rating: Medium

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