Casa Verde at Hotelito

  • Casa verde Room at Hotelito
  • Casa Verde Room at Hotelito
  • Casa Verde Room at Hotelito

The private terrace looks out over the oasis towards the town. The room is well named Verde indeed. There is a queen bed and an extra long twin with an en suite shower room. A private and secluded terrace is included with seating area with sofa and table and chairs, loungers and hammock. A nice feature of the room is the woven chairs from Guadalajara specialist Don Rafael. Photos by local artists Jack Hamilton, and Howard Eckman are a talking point along with some antique sepia photographs purchased in Oaxaca. 156 sq ft plus bathroom and terrace.

Room Features

- Sleeps 2 (extra bed can be added for a 3rd)
- 156 sq ft plus terrace and private garden
- Bathrobes
- iPod speaker
- Pool towels
- Hairdryer

- Books
- Fresh drinking water
- Mosquito net
- A/C
- Overhead fan

Early morning coffee and tea served on the bar each morning from 7am.

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Prices quoted for October through May include a delicious breakfast. All prices are subject to a 19% government tax.

"Unpretentious comfort and style in Paradise."

- Guest Review

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The Bathroom at Casa Verde

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