We are one Oaxaca traditional family.
Everyone who have interest to know and enjoy a magical and multicultural city like a Oaxaca, are very welcome! We have two rooms with private bath and two with shared bath, three of the bedrooms have double bed and one single bed. We do the toilet in his room Monday to Friday, changing sheets, blankets etc ...
Once a week, they can use the kitchen and prepare meals.Access to the house is very easy, whether by foot, bus or taxi, is also a very safe and quiet area, offered at no cost to pick up our guests at the bus station or airport. We can also provide information about fun places (bars, discos etc ...) or sites to learn more about our culture (museums, markets, archaeological sites etc ...).
We may also inform them of Spanish schools and various public and private universities.The mere talk of Oaxaca is very interesting, there is much to see here. We appreciate your trust and preference. We are sure that a lot of fun. The mere talk of Oaxaca is very interesting, there is much to see here. We appreciate your trust and preference. We are sure that a lot of fun. Any questions, please contact us. Thanks!.
Saul is one of the most wonderful hosts of my Airbnb experience, pretty much like a brother to me. He picked me up from the bus station very early in the morning and drove me around to show the directions. His mother is such a nice and warm lady, even though I do not speak Spanish I still feel them like family. On my last day in Oaxaca, they have me rest in my room until 10:00 pm when Saul took me to the bus station. Wish I could stay longer:)
Saul both pickade us up at the busstationen and drive us to the busstation. He was really nice and showed us around in Oaxaca. Hej took us to a special market.
Due to a change in my travel itinerary I could not take advantage of the opportunity to stay with Saul and his family. However all conversation regarding the stay where fast and efficient, and I am sure that I would have had a great time staying there.
Saúl was an excellent host, he took care of us and made us feel really confortable. The house is amazing, is a 70's old fashioned house with interesting details. He recommend us a very good cafeteria near his house and gave us a map. Pretty recommendable!!!
Saul Salsa is a gracious host of the highest order. Even though we arrived well past midnight, Saul was ready to greet us with suggestions on how to enjoy Oaxaca the next day. We even went out with him one night for a hot night of salsa. He's got the best moves in town.
The house is about a 20 minute walk to the zocalo. We enjoyed our walk every morning and passed by CafeAM for an extended coffee break. It is also close to Col. Reforma, a more modern neighborhood with great eats.
His mother will treat you like her own. If you are looking for a more local flavor in your stay, don't pass this little Oaxacan gem up.
Saul is hands-down the best airbnb host we've ever had (and we've had many excellent hosts in our world-wide travels). He went wayyy out of his way to accommodate all our needs from finding a car mechanic, giving us a walking tour of Oaxaca, and driving us to the airport. He is friendly, warm and extremely knowledgeable about Oaxaca. His mom is adorable and a wonderful hostess, also. As someone else mentioned, the house could use a spring cleaning, but we can't complain in that we had clean sheets, a very comfortable bed, spacious accommodations, a clean bathroom, and wanted for nothing during our stay. We would definitely stay with Saul again.
We stayed two weeks with Saul choosing mainly on price. He was incredibly helpful arranging to pick us up at the bus station when we arrived and dropping us off there to catch our bus to Mexico. Rosa, his mom, is warm and delightful. The room was bright and spacious. Everything was a bit worn. The house is quite far from the historic centre but we walked both ways every day enjoying the chance to see modern Oaxaca and stop at our favourite cafe on the way.