Cozy bungalow with 2 bedrooms,1 living room,1 kitchen ,1 bathroom and 1 patio
- english, spanish
About Bety Jeronimo
I'm a proud of Oaxaca I was born in Oaxaca and i love show my heritage to all the people
Bety Jeronimo purchased this Bungalow in 1990
Why Bety Jeronimo chose Reforma
It is a beautiful place where you have your own quiet and cozy bungalow and yet be in the middle of a busy, cultural and enigmatic city
What makes this Bungalow unique
Have your own place and live a non touristic experience , blend yourself in the day a day way of living, get to communicate with the locals and make friends; this is the king of experience you live by staying with us
Check-in: 3:00 PM
Check-out: 12:00 PM
Max guests:4 (sleeps up to 4 adults)
100% refund if canceled at least 30 days before arrival date. 50% refund if canceled at least 14 days before arrival date.
Quiet, convenient, private, well run, good staff, clean enough, beautifullly landscaped, clean pool.
We stayed a month at La Huerta (the orchard) and loved every minute. The pool area with community tables and chairs was a gathering place for congenial guests from all over the world for sunbathing, washing off the dusty hot of the city at the end of the day, swimming laps, an cocktail hour. Oaxaca is a popular with Canadian snowbirds.
Only two blocs off a main thoroughfare (Calzada Porfirio Diaz) where taxi's abound and every convenience can be found, La Huerta is a calm quiet retreat from this bustling city, and yet just a 15 minute walk to town (we never did figure out the buses...) or pay 50 pesos for a taxi into the "Centro" (which, by the way is not the same thing as "Central" fyi). Downtown plazas are around the "Templo" and at the Zocalo, which just means town square. Things are expensive around the Templo and more moderate around the Zocalo in terms of restaurants etc.
Oaxaca is full of culture, with museums devoted to the ancients and the modern. There are many lively amazing markets, and great food. The people are friendly and the streets feel completely safe. Women walk around at night all the time, but in case you are a stickler for security, La Huerta has a man on duty 7pm to 7am and a beautiful gate. There is daytime staff as well.
When we return someday we will stay right here.