El Patio 77 has a rainwater catchment and gray water recycling program, and much of the hotel’s furniture and accessories are made from salvaged goods. Don’t assume that means rough around the edges, though; the atmosphere is chic and comfortable. Breakfast is always a treat, with the housekeeper making Mexican favorites like molletes (toast topped with black beans) and fresh juice, as well as coffee grown in Mexico. El Patio 77 is also an art gallery, so you’ll see plenty of locally made work and, likely, artists hanging out in the common area.
— TRAVEL + LEISURE

The prices below include everything except the airfare.

Are included: 5 nights, 5 breakfasts, 5 lunches, 5 dinners, visits every day, guided tours, transportation in a secured mini van, and all the surprises we can't talk about...

Suite Oaxaca

Beautiful and extra large suite. King size bed. Private bathroom.

Cost for full trip 1 occupancy: $1,480 US

Cost for Full trip 2 occupancies: $ 1,200 US pp

Suites Querretaro + Guerrero

2 nights in Querretaro + 3 nights in Guerrero. King size bed. Private bathroom

Cost full trip for 1 occupancy: $1,300 US

Cost full trip for 2 occupancies: $1,000 US pp

Suite Chiapas

Beautiful and large suite. King size bed. Private bathroom

Cost for full trip 1 occupancy: $1,400 US

Cost for full trip 2 occupancies: $1,100 US pp

Suite Hidalgo

Perfect for 2 o 3 friends. 2 double beds. Shared bathroom w/ 1 room

Cost full trip for 1 occupancy: $1,200 US

Cost full trip for 2 occupancies: $950 US pp

Suite Jalisco

Beautiful and large suite. King size bed. Private bathroom.

Cost for full trip 1 occupancy: $1,400 US

Cost for full trip 2 occupancies: $1,100 US pp

Suite DF

Perfect for solo travelers. Small suite. Queen size bed. Shared bathroom w/ 1 room

Cost full trip for 1 occupancy: 1,100 US

Cost full trip for 2 occupancies: $900 US pp