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Reviewed 2 June 2012

Thanks to TripAdvisor, we discovered this great B&B for our 3 night stay in Oaxaca. We originally tried to book at one of their other locations but a room wasn't available, so we decided on this one.

We originally chose the Gloria room but on check in Adriana said she was putting us in the larger El Cielo room for the same rate. The room is on the second floor with a window overlooking the patio and roof terrace. It was clean, roomy, comfortable. There is a really busy and noisy street on one side of the B&B, but we could barely here any street noise from our room. (Another guest we met who stayed on the first floor said he could hear the noise a bit more from his room, so something to note if you're a light sleeper).

Breakfast every morning started w/ fresh fruit, yogurt w/ granola and excellent homemade preserves (when I told him how much I loved their guava preserve, they sent me home w/ a huge jar for 100 pesos), and a specialty regional dish. The first day we had huevos rancheros, the second day was corn tortilla "crepes" topped w/ mole and queso. I was sad that we missed out on our last breakfast b/c we had to leave super early to get to the airport.

As other reviewers have mentioned we also ended up hiring Rene to guide us to Monte Alban and some of the surrounding towns. We originally were planning to book a group tour or try to go out on our own. But when the other guest mentioned that he was going out w/ Rene to the same places, we decided to just go together. It was more expensive, but totally worth it. We got to ride in his comfortable SUV (WITH air conditioning) and didn't have to worry about checking bus routes, negotiating with a cab driver, or being shuttled around with a herd of other people.

Rene is still working on finalizing his tour guide license, so when we got to Monte Alban he put us in the hands of one of his friends who's a regular tour guide there. Unfortunately I forget the guide's name, but he was full of information about the site and the history of area which really gave more depth to what our visit than if we were just relying on our guidebooks and what few signs were in English.

After Monte Alban Rene took us to Teotilan to visit one of the famous rug weaving families. The owner's wife gave us an incredibly detailed overview of the natural dye and weaving process (w/ Rene translating for us). Then we visited the ruins at Mitla and finally wrapped up with a quick stop to see the Tule tree. We ended the long day drinking beers w/ Rene and the other guest on the patio at the B&B--it was perfect.

TIP: If you're finding yourself running low on clean clothes, take advantage of laundry services while in Mexico (or at least while at Casa de los Milagros since that was the only time we used it). Had 2 shirts, pair of shorts, and some underwear cleaned, pressed and returned the same day and it only cost 50 pesos (less than 4 USD)!

We also ended up taking a fun cooking class from Rene's cousin, Nora (Alma de mi tierra). I didn't actually realize they were related until after we booked, which was funny. Originally tried to book a class w/ his sister Pilar (chef/owner of La Olla restaurant) but unfortunately she was out of town.

One other thing to note is that no one is around at the B&B after 3 pm. If you need anything, just call their other B&B and someone will help you. We accidentally locked ourselves out of our room around 10:30 pm and Rene was over in about 10 mins to help us back in.

Room Tip: If you're sensitive to noise, stay in one of the 2nd floor rooms.
  • Stayed: May 2012, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank jcc813
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Reviewed 7 May 2012

I joined my son and his girlfriend for a beautiful weekend trip to Oaxaca. Our stay at Casa de Milagros was exceptional, and exceeded all of our expectations. I highly recommend using Renee as your guide for a trip to the ruins and the markets. Moreover, if you want an authentic Zapotec rug he will arrange a special meeting with the master weaver. The B&B is family owned, and serves wonderful Oaxacan food. Make your reservations. You will not be disappointed!

Stayed: April 2012
2  Thank Nick T
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Reviewed 19 March 2012

We found Casa de los Milagros to be a very nice place to stay. It was spotlessly clean, convenient, the food was excellent and the owners (Adriana and René) were super helpful. René, a native of Oaxaca, even took us on a delightful and informative tour of the surrounding area. An especially nice aspect of this B&B is that there are only 3 rooms, but the available space is huge. Thus, you rarely see other guests and there are lots of little corners where you can read or hang out with a cocktail, etc. There is also an immense kitchen and dining area where you can cook your own meal. The staff took care of our laundry while we were there and it was returned perfectly clean and folded.

  • Stayed: February 2012, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank Allison B
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Reviewed 29 February 2012

We have been returning to Casa de los Milagros for years and we can only repeat the rave reviews regarding the breakfasts served by Paola and Rufina. The fresh fruit followed by delicious Oaxacan specialties and homemade jams should almost carry you through lunch.
The rooms are bright, spacious and very comfortable. Laundry service is within the day; TV and a computer are available in the beautiful front room. The whole interior is really a charming example of an Oaxacan art gallery.
Having gone through most of the guidebooks and being reasonably fluent in Spanish, we had been taking taxis in the past to the outlying villages; this year we took Rene up on his offer to act as a guide and never regretted it. He got us to places that we had never gotten access to or did not know about and was an almost encyclopedic source of information. Furthermore, his car has a/c and seat belts (try for that with most taxis!)
A disclaimer: over the years, we have come to consider Rene, Adriana, their families and their children as almost close relatives. For us it is almost a second home rather than just a wonderful B&B.

  • Stayed: January 2012, travelled as a couple
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3  Thank Joseph S
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Reviewed 25 February 2012

My cousin and I shared a lovely room at Casa de los Milagros for three nights last month. The room was spotless, with plenty of space for two, and decorated with beautiful local art work. Our breakfasts each day were wonderful -- fresh fruit , a hot dish, just baked breads with home made jams, and yogurt and granola. Muchas gracias, Paula, you are an artist! The entire historic district, along with the many of the wonderful restaurants, are within walking distance -- something we enjoyed every day -- but the highlight of our stay was the tour we took of the craft villages with Rene, whose impressive knowledge of Oaxacan history and culture was truly fascinating.

Room Tip: There are only three rooms at Casa de los Milagros. My cousin likes sleeping with a window open which meant we could hear the traffic passing on Crespo. If you are a fresh air fiend, perhaps the room on the first floor would be quieter.
  • Stayed: January 2012, travelled with family
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2  Thank Barbara B
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