Top Bed and Breakfasts in Mexico

December 6th, 2010 by Mariah

Casa de las Flores

“A Bed and Breakfast”

Santos Degollado #175

Tlaquepaque/Guadalajara, Mexico. 45500


Named one of the world’s ten best places (bed and breakfasts or hotels) to stay in a San Francisco Chronicle readers’ poll and praised in the Washington Post, Guadalajara’s Casa de las Flores Bed and Breakfast is also a guidebook favorite for Guadalajara Mexico. Trip Advisor also named Casa de las Flores Bed and Breakfast as their 2010 Best B&B in Mexico. Such public recognition is welcome, but a better measure of guest satisfaction is that people who stay once often return—typically more than half the guests at any given time have come back to experience a bit more of the magic of Mexico at Guadalajara’s Casa de las Flores Bed and Breakfast, or are friends or family of past guests who have had Casa de las Flores Bed and Breakfast recommended to them.


Innkeepers: Jose Luis Gutierrez Llamas

Rates: $95-$105 USD

Rooms: 7

Phone: 011-52-33.3659-3186

Toll Free: 1 – 888- 582-4896

Fax: 011-52-33.3659-3186 ext 321





Las Bugambilias

“A Bed and Breakfast”

Reforma # 402 Col. Centro

Oaxaca, Mexico. CP. 68000


Let our family welcome you to our beautiful city.

We offer family service first class rooms a traditional breakfast, a garden setting and promise to make your stay in Oaxaca an unforgettable experience.

Oaxaca offers museums, theater, grand churches, a symphony orchestra, markets, galleries, and restaurants. Delicious food, fine arts and crafts, beautiful music, and the warmth and generosity of the Oaxacan people — all just waiting for you to enjoy.


Innkeepers:Mariana Arroyo and Aurora Cabrera

Rates: $54-$110 USD

Rooms: 8

Phone: 011-52-951-51-61165Fax: 011-52-951-51-61165






Agua Azul la Villa

“An Ocean View Bed & Breakfast”

Lote 18. Manzana 6 Res. Conejos

Huatulco, Mexico. CP70989


With spectacular ocean views and spacious private terrazas from all six guest rooms, Agua Azul la Villa offers a tranquil vacation in a pristine, tropical location. Designed as a Bed and Breakfast in the Pacific coast style, the Villa integrates landscape and architecture relying heavily on natural materials such as clay, wood, rocks and palapa (palm-thatch). We are a mere three minute walk to a sandy, safe, swimable beach. Your Canadian hosts Richard and Brooke Gazer live on-site year round and can recommend restaurants and beaches as well as arrange tours and activities. Huatulco is Mexico Premier eco-resort, with nine bays and 36 pristine beaches, some of which are accessible only by boat. It is georgeous, safe, clean and unspoiled.


Innkeepers:Brooke and Richard Gazer

Rates: $109-$139 USD

Rooms: 6

Phone: (011-52-958) 58-10265