El Patio 77, el primer B & B ecológico en la Ciudad de México. Disfrute de una de nuestras 8 hermosas y confortables habitaciones, cada una con un toque especial de uno de los 32 estados mexicanos. En "El patio 77", somos conscientes del medio ambiente: reciclamos el agua del techo y duchas, y el uso de la energía solar para calentar el agua. Estamos a sólo unas cuadras del famoso Paseo de la Reforma, 2 estaciones de metro del centro y 3 del "Palacio de Bellas Artes," El Palacio Nacional de Bellas Artes.
5 en octubre 22, 2013
I booked my room after reading the reviews on Tripadvisor. It is located very close to metro station San Cosme so you can reach easily the sights. I loved my room it was nicely decorated as the whole place. The exhibited works of local artists provide a special atmosphere. When you enter the big door you can find a beautiful, relaxing place where you can feel really comfortable. I spent 5 nights in room Veracruz. My bed was huge and super cozy and the shared bathroom was also nice and clean. The wifi was much better than in my previous 4star hotel. I liked the breakfasts a lot - warm Mexican food with fresh juice, fruits and coffee. The staff is very helpful and kind, their hospitality is amazing. They arranged great tours for me to Teotihuacan and to the local markets. Both tours were professionally organized and I could learn a lot about history and arts too. El Patio’s staff gives you all support you can imagine (from suggesting places to see or eat to calling a taxi) they are really taking care of you. Big thank you Alan, Diego and the entire staff! I would like to come back and I highly recommend this place.
4,8 en octubre 14, 2013
I stayed at El Patio 77 for two weeks while working in Mexico City. I very much enjoyed the calm and beauty of the space and the friendliness of the owners and staff. The breakfast is proper Mexican, but I could have something else if I wanted to, so I recommend the 'real one'. I will definitely come back for a cultural trip. The area is still a little rough, but it is an upcoming location, but it is extremely central and everything is in close reach. It is a beautiful place and a little magic too!
5 en junio 21, 2013
Fabulous, staff very personable, beautiful space, and the was breakfast fantastic! Every morning the staff would ask us where we were heading to and they would give us a local recommendation. Can't speak more highly of our stay! Will stay here again and have already recommended to our friends. Walking distance to everything or very easy to catch the subway. Only complaint it was a little noisy at night but would stay there again. Love it!!!!
3,6 en mayo 24, 2013
We generally enjoyed our stay at El patio 77. It was fun staying in an older restored home of a wealthy family in what today has become a working class neighborhood, away from all the tumult and commotion of the Centro. We enjoyed the high ceilings, techos de bóveda, large windows, stately staircases, and art and artistry all around us. The shared bath proved not to be a problem. Breakfasts were prepared with love and affection and there was only one repetition in our seven day stay. The staff was friendly and helpful and made us feel at home. There is a library featuring books about Mexico City for all to enjoy and benefit from. Our bed was comfortable and beautifully made for us every day. There was no change of bath towels for the week, but perhaps that is to be expected in a bed and breakfast calling itself "sostenible." Actually, our only problem during our stay in mid-May was that if we opened our windows at night, the room was full of hungry mosquitoes. If we did not open them, we were uncomfortably warm with no air stirring through the double-paned windows. Sleeping was difficult without fresh air flowing through the room. (The staff provided us with a plug-in device to help ward off the bugs, but alas it did not work.) So we chose to open the windows to get some cool air at night to be able to sleep and went home with more than a few bites. Requesting an inside room facing the courtyard may provide for air flow and freedom from mosquitos, though we are not certain about that.
5 en mayo 11, 2013
The environmentally aware aspect of El Patio was the reason for us choosing to stay there. But what we hadn't anticipated was the beauty of the building-photos cannot convey how spectacular El Patio is. In addition all the staff were professional and helpful. We were very appreciative that they were able to accomodate us as vegans with a really great breakfast daily provided without fuss or stress. Thank you everyone at El Patio we hope to return soon but meanwhile you are in our dreams! Ginny and John
Mexico City, Mexico (MEX-Juarez Intl.) 5 miles
En taxi: Taxis Autorizados. Comprar un billete en el aeropuerto. (20 min) "Joaquín García Icazbalceta 77, esquina Manuel María Contreras Colonia San Rafael.", 150 pesos (12 USD) En coche: Fácil, pero póngase en contacto con nosotros y le enviaremos un mapa En autobús: Tome el bus Circuito bicentenario hacia Chapultepec , Stop en México-Tacuba (6 paradas), pasar por debajo del puente y girar a la izquierda en la tercera calle (Manuel María Contreras). En el siguiente turno esquina derecha de Joaquín García Icazbalceta.
Compra de Antigüedades, Galerías de Arte , De Interés Histórico, Lago, Museo, Teatro, Ruinas, Zoo
Bed and Breakfast, Urban Inn, Historic Inn
Despertador, Entrada privada<br /> , Teléfono
Caja fuerte en la habitación
Diego Le Provost / Alan Vargas
Portunhol, Inglés, Francés, Alemán, Español
-Alan, ciudadano mexicano, ahora artista, activista social y ambiental, el ex banquero. -Diego, ciudadano francés, el ex gerente de ventas, amante de la cultura mexicana y promotor del turismo sostenible, responsable de El patio 77.
desayuno mexicano casera