Casa Criollo

Casa Criollo hides behind the famous Criollo restaurant as a refuge dedicated to relaxation.

Living room at Casa Criollo in Oaxaca City
Images Courtesy of Aleksandra Personick for KOBU

Casa Criollo hides behind the famous Criollo restaurant as a refuge dedicated to relaxation.

Chefs Enrique Olvera and Luis Arellano personally curated the space with the architecture group JSa to offer a unique experience where design, gastronomy, and Oaxacan art merge harmoniously. The house is equipped with two comfortable bedrooms, a living room, a steam room, and a patio with a pool and terrace.

The Details

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View of Casa Criollo in Oaxaca City
The Habitacion 116 furniture collection at Casa Criollo is a captivating blend of contemporary design and traditional craftsmanship. This exclusive collection highlights Habitacion 116's signature minimalist aesthetic, characterized by clean lines and innovative forms, harmoniously integrated with Casa Criollo's space. Each piece is thoughtfully crafted to embody both modern elegance and timeless charm, creating a unique synergy that appeals to discerning design enthusiasts. The collection not only offers functional beauty but also serves as a testament to the enduring legacy of skilled craftsmanship and creative collaboration.
Criollo Restaurant in Oaxaca City is a culinary haven that celebrates the rich heritage and vibrant flavors of Oaxacan cuisine. Nestled in the heart of this historic city, Criollo offers a dining experience that blends traditional recipes with innovative techniques, using locally sourced and seasonal ingredients. The restaurant's intimate and rustic setting enhances the authenticity of its dishes, providing a warm and inviting atmosphere for guests. With a focus on sustainability and cultural preservation, Criollo has become a must-visit destination for food enthusiasts eager to savor the essence of Oaxacan gastronomy.
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Oaxaca International Airport (OAX)

35 min by car

The Destination


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