La Villada Inn Hostel
AddressFelipe Angeles 204 Ejido Guadalupe Victoria OaxacaSee nearby area
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-------------Experience the best of Mexico - Visiting Oaxaca -----------------
La Villada Inn, a family run hostel operating in the northern part of Oaxaca City, offers rustic adobe (earth brick) cabins, rooms and dormitories in a relaxing environment with spectacular views of the surrounding mountains. Our facilities include a large outdoor swimming pool and patio, and several common areas ideal for eating, drinking, playing pool or fussball, or just chilling out with friends or fellow travelers from around the world. We also operate a private bar, Club Q' Vola, which is open to select locals and all of our hostel residents most Fridays and Saturdays.
Beds range from individual to king size, and linen and towels are provided. Rooms are cleaned daily (unless we are instructed otherwise). There is hot water 24 hours a day.
Although there are no cooking facilities, our spacious cafeteria, which is open from 8 am to 8 pm, offers not only more breathtaking views, but also a variety of big breakfasts (only US$3.50) and a lunch and dinner menu that includes such Mexican delicacies as entomatadas, enfrijoladas, tasajo, pozole, tamales, tortas, tacos, pan dulce, chapulines, and guacamole (all at very reasonable prices). On special occasions we offer even fancier Mexican fare (again at very reasonable prices).
Atmosphere: Public areas for relaxing and making new friends not only locals but also from around the world. We have a large swimming pool to refresh after long journies.
Private rooms and dormitories: Ecological construction using Adobe (earth blocks) and rustic environment. Beds are kings, queens and individuals sizes with sheets, blancket, pillow and towel. Bathrooms; clean!!! and 24 hrs hot water.
Reception: English spocken on the phone from 8am to 20:00 hrs and reception from 8am to 21 :00 hrs
Checking room: Check in 1 pm
Check out 12 pm
Location: Within walking distances to bus stops, taking you to the finest museums,galleries, parks, cultural centers, bars, restaurants, hangcrafts and food markets only in 15 minutes in a car/bus or 40 minutes walk.
Cafeteria: We have food available from 8am to 8 pm. Low prices for large breakfast ($3 US dls) different packages. Some scrumptious choices include in our menu: Entomatadas, enfrijoladas, tasajo, pozole, tamales, tortas, tacos, pan dulce, chapulines, guacamole, and more. We also have special days when traditional dishes that are not usually included in the menu, are available, so wait for delicious surprises!
Leaving from La Villada at 10am
We offer a 20 US daily tours :
-Monte Alban,Arrazola, Cuilapan and Coyotepec
-Mitla, Hierve el Agua, Tule, Teotitlan and Mezcal destilery Only on Friday :
Coyotepec-Jalietza and Ocotlan
****The room taxes are not included however we do not add the tax to your bill if you do not require it.
****Only cash accepted
****pets accepted on request
Services & facilities
- Bicycle Parking
- Free Parking
- Book Exchange
- Common Room
- Games Room
- Pool Table
- Towels Included
- Outdoor Terrace
- Outdoor Swimming Pool
- Swimming Pool
- Tours/Travel Desk
Bureau de Change/ATM
- Currency Exchange
- Free Internet Access
- Free WiFi
- Internet Access
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