Our tiny Hotel, which we like to call our Hotelito, consists of three lovingly and uniquely decorated rooms, each with a balcony facing El Llano park.
They all feature brand new extra comfy mattresses and specially chosen sheets, blankets and pillows and towels for maximum coziness. Plenty of storage space, black out blinds, lots of character. All rooms also have a desk, chair and access to superfast wifi in case you need to get work done.
Accommodation includes a light and healthy breakfast and great coffee to get you started. All guests at Convivio have full access to our coworking space located just down the stairs in the same building, as well as our huge backyard area, upstairs terrace, and kitchen.
Please enquire if you are interested in an artistic residency, have an idea for an event or if you would like to rent any of our spaces during your stay.
We have a special offer of 10% off your booking when you book this May or June, 2018.
Room rates: $60 – $80
“The outside of the space is unassuming. Your driver has probably never heard of it (it’s new) and the signage is tiny. But inside, Imagine the ACE Hotel in Oaxaca, but with just a couple rooms. Aesthetically, it’s the same sensibility. The space is a co-working space, where by day, artists and journalists gather. The bedroom is a modern and well-designed. It is spacious with closets that would fit right in at an opulent mansion. Jennifer is really nice and communicative. There’s a quaint little space in the upstairs, where this morning, in my tiny French press, had some of the best coffee I’ve had in Oaxaca.”
-Steven Satterfield, San Francisco
“I loved Convivio! This is an amazing mini-hotel/AirBnB in a ridiculously great location. I am a writer and so loved and appreciated the small details and unique art that decorates the whole house. Really this is on par with any five star hotel I’ve stayed at. I’m so happy a friend told me about this place. It felt so well curated and the level of service was spot on (something I’m always disappointed at staying in hotels in Latin America). There is an amazing little terrace with views across Parque el Llano and tons of natural light. Downstairs there is a co-working space and use of it was included in my stay, and amazing small nooks to sit and contemplate; as well as a yummy (and healthy) light breakfast with coffee. Jen (writer) and Gary (artist) were amazing and cool. I want to move there just to hang out with them. They pointed me in the direction of all the under the radar mezcal bars and really made my brief stay memorable. I also peaked into the other two rooms, which have a separate bathroom and they are so cool too! I love unique art. I even had to take back some of Gary’s prints. Overall, this has to be the coolest AirBnb in Oaxaca. I can’t wait to stay here again my next time through Oaxaca.”
-Geoff Bendeck, Antigua, Guatemala