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Posada Don Mario was the birthplace of the famous Oaxacan painter Rufino Tamayo

We offer courtesy, comfort and cleanliness at a fair price. Don’t hesitate, come and stay with us., the ideal place to stay. We are located in the Carmen Alto neighborhood, the only fully colonial neighborhood in the historic center of the city and offer a panoramic rooftop views of our city from our rooftop terrace. Posada Don Mario is your best option for service, location and price. 


Confortable Rooms


Family atmosphere


Nice view of the city

Services

·      All our rooms are private

·      Delicious Breakfast included

·      Cable Tv (Rooms with private bathroom)

·      Amenities

·      Towels

·      English spoken

·      Tour Desk

·      Free WiFi zone

·      Hot water 24hr

·      Purified Drinking Water

·      Computer with Free Internet Access

·      Safe-deposit box

·      Beers for sale

·      Iron and Ironing Board Available for Guests

·      Phone local & national free calls

 

·      Laundry facilities a few steps of Posada Don Mario

·      Sanchez Pascua Market few steps of the Posada

·      Easy walking distance to points of interest

·      Cooking classes can be arranged

·      Book exchange

·      Common area

·      Massage & Temazcal service can be arranged

·      Car rental

·      Taxi service

·      Airport transportation

·      Transportation to Puerto Escondido

·      Transportation to Pochutla connecting to Mazunte, San Agustinillo, Zipolite, Huatulco

Places to visit

The Ex-Convento de Santo Domingo de Guzman.

• The tourist corridor, pedestrian corridor through the colonial heart of the city.

• Los arquitos,remnants of a colonial era aqueduct.

• The House of Juarez.

• The Pochote, local cinema club screening artistic films from across the world.

• The Guelaguetza Auditorium.

• Aripo.

• The main square or Zocalo.

• The Museum of Contemporary Art.

• The Cathedral.

• The Teatro Macedonio Alcalá.

• Among others

Rates

Low Season


PRIVATE ROOMS SHARED BATHROOM

SINGLE $ 450.00 PESOS

DOUBLE $ 650.00 PESOS

TRIPLE $ 850.00 PESOS

4 PERSONS ROOM $ 1,200.00 PESOS

 

PRIVATE ROOMS WITH PRIVATE BATHROOM

SINGLE $ 650.00 PESOS

DOUBLE $ 850.00 PESOS

TRIPLE $ 900.00 PESOS

4 PERSONS ROOM $ 1,300.00 PESOS

 

*ALL ROOMS INCLUDE OAXACAN BREAKFAST

 

High Season

PRIVATE ROOMS SHARED BATHROOM

SINGLE $ 650.00 PESOS

DOUBLE $ 650.00 PESOS

TRIPLE $ 900.00 PESOS

4 PERSONS ROOM $ 1,300.00 PESOS

 

PRIVATE ROOMS WITH PRIVATE BATHROOM

SINGLE $ 850.00 PESOS

DOUBLE $ 900.00 PESOS

TRIPLE $ 1000.00 PESOS

4 PERSONS ROOM $ 1,400.00 PESOS

 

*ALL ROOMS INCLUDE OAXACAN BREAKFAST

Holiday Periods


EASTER 2016 (MARCH 21 TO APRIL 5TH)

GUELAGUETZA 2016 (JULY 15H TO AUGUST 10TH)

DAY OF THE DEAD (OCTOBER 26TH TO NOVEMBER 4TH)

CHRISTMAS, NEW YEAR (DECEMBER 15TH TO JANUARY 15TH)

 

"Posada Don Mario harbor on its walls to Rufino Tamayo"

pinturaRufino Tamayotamayo

(Oaxaca, 1899-Mexico, 1991) Mexican Painter. He studied at the Academia de San Carlos in Mexico City. Soon he combined his creative activities with the teachers. Twenty-eight years resided abroad, between New York and Paris. His work as a muralist, cyclopean and made in true “Mexicanism” culminates in the wall to theArchaeological Museum of Mexico, which symbolizes the struggle between day (Feathered Serpent) and night (tiger). Another of his murals, perhaps the largest, is entitled America (1956). Expressionism of his first period, and through Cubism came to abstraction. In the forties and introduced several portraits made in his life the subject of tropical Mexico, with its colors clear and bright. He painted many easel paintings of abstract shapes and rich surfaces with different textures: wound Beast (1953), The man on the phone (1956). By the seventies began mixografías engraved in high relief and hand-made paper (Man with a Pipe, 1979), while the mural.

Client Testimonials

 

 

 

 

  • Excellent hotel. Probably the best hotel I’ve stayed in in Mexico. Great courtyard, friendly staff and very good breakfast. Close to market and small shops. 10 minute walk to Zocalo

    Michael
  • We had a great stay at Posada don Mario. The staff was super friendly, the feeling from check-in to check-out was like being at a family posada and we loved the room and the yard. The mexican breakfast was simple...

    Tommi
  • I had a room on the first floor, overlooking the courtyard with a shared bath. Although I requested a single room, I was given a room with 3 beds for the price of a single room. The room was plenty...

    Margie
  • This small posada is located just at the edge of the historic center so everything is within reach by foot but it’s just far enough away to be quiet as well as cozy and comfortable. Lots of personal touches everywhere,...

    Thomas P
  • This is my second visit to Oaxaca and my second stay at Posada Don Mario. Situated in the quieter part of the Centro Historico, this is a quiet little oasis, still very close to a number of excellent restaurants and...

    Christie B