The “Casa de los Abuelos” was built over 200 years ago by a Dominican priest named Valentín Aspiroz, and taken away from him by the Catholic Church when the Reform laws were established. The lawyer Julio Castellanos bought the house from the Oaxacan government and passed it down to Mrs. Petra Felisa Castellanos and her husband José Servin Alvarez. The current owners of the house are Luis, their grandson and Ita, their great grand-daughter. The house is located on the forth block of Calle Reforma, only 6 short blocks to the main city square and one block from the majestic church and ex-convent Santo Domingo de Guzmán.
Surrounded by restaurants, cafes, stores, museums, art galleries and parks, La Casa de los Abuelos is an ideal place to come and stay.Check out our room and apartment descriptions in our section rooms/apartments.
La Casa de los Abuelos offers six studio apartments. Each one has a complete kitchen on the first floor with a refrigerator, cooking utensils, microwave, coffee maker, toaster, cook top, plates, cups, silverware, and bottled water.
On the second floor, you will find the bedrooms with a king, queen, double or 2 twin beds according to your needs and availability. The rooms include a private bathroom, a fan, a television, a night table, and a lamp.
The bathroom has a hairdryer, iron, ironing board and a sewing kit. A few extra amenities are hot water 24 hours, daily maid service, wireless Internet, and free local calls.
Our friendly staff will attend to all your personal needs. Click here for our rates.