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My husband and I visited El Patio 77 for 9 days in February. Our first impressions were mixed, but in the end we would rate the experience Good, moving toward Very Good. We arrived at night and the taxi driver couldn't find the address. This...More
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Response from Diegomexicocity, Front Office Manager at El patio 77, first eco-friendly B&B in Mexico CityResponded 20 March 2014
Thank you for your review. All the team want to thank you for your comments about the quality of the rooms, and the great service that our staff, including the owners, provided you, given that it is our main objective to make people feel like...More
I travel quite a bit and spend quite a bit of time looking for accommodations that suit me. El Patio 77 is perfect! it's near anything you would want to access, very affordable, friendly people, great breakfasts but best of all, they have maintained the...More
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Management response:Responded 27 March 2014
It is a truly pleasure to read that we fulfilled your expectations, in fact let me tell you that you make us very happy thus it is one of our goals to provide seasoned travelers the kind of unique experience that involves art, history,...More
This place has a lot of things going for it:
- The house is beautiful with lots of nice design touches, and the atmosphere is really welcoming and relaxing
- Rooms are generously proportioned and comfortable (we stayed in the Chihuahua suite)
- The owners...More
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Response from elpatio77, Director de Recepción at El patio 77, first eco-friendly B&B in Mexico CityResponded 28 February 2014
Thank you for taking a few minutes and write something about your experience with us.
We are happy to read that you liked the house, the deco,your room and the staff.
Every day we do our best to give you the best meals, recommendations...More
Our first trip to Mexico City and we are looking forward to our next. Adrian and staff made our stay at El Patio 77 seamless from the private taxi service to our afternoon chat after a fun filled site seeing day. Each morning we started...More
This was our first time to Mexico City and El Patio 77 was a wonderful home base. We stayed in the Oaxaca suite which was huge. The room had big windows to let the sunlight and air flow thru. A nice shower with plenty of...More
Response from elpatio77, Director de Recepción at El patio 77, first eco-friendly B&B in Mexico CityResponded 23 February 2014
Thank you very much for taking a few minutes and write something about your experience with us.
We are happy to read that you liked your room, the breakfasts and our whole concept.
You guys were such amazing guests and is always a pleasure...More
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US$119 - US$167 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Hello - as far as I know, parking isn't included, though there is plenty of street parking available, from what I could see. This is an urban setting, and most people arrive via taxi from the airport, and cars are really not... More
Hello - as far as I know, parking isn't included, though there is plenty of street parking available, from what I could see. This is an urban setting, and most people arrive via taxi from the airport, and cars are really not necessary in Mexico City. Hope that is somewhat helpful. Good luck!