Hotel con Corazón in Oaxaca, Mexico is not your average hotel. It is a hotel with a heart, a message and a cause. When you stay with us you help create a brighter future for the youth of Oaxaca, as we invest our profits in local education.
Moreover, we operate our hotel as sustainable as possible and we promote responsible travel, making our place amongst the best hotels for travelers who want to give back to the local community and travel consciously.
Our boutique hotel offers a personal touch and a high level of coziness while providing excellent service. We have 14 comfortable rooms and numerous common spaces for you to relax, work or chat. It’s the perfect place to return to after a long day exploring unforgettable Oaxaca city and surroundings.We are situated at the edge of the centro historico of Oaxaca city, at less than 15 minutes walking distance from the central square, the Zócalo.
Hotel con Corazón is an impact hotel. Our mission is to help adolescents in the region create a better future for themselves. Did you know that Oaxaca is one of the poorest states in Mexico, where many kids are not receiving adequate education? We make a positive impact by investing our profits in education programs that allow them to finish school and have better opportunities in life.
We are a proud member of Pack for a Purpose, an initiative that allows travelers like you to make a lasting impact in the community at your travel destination. If you save just a few kilos of space in your suitcase and take supplies for the projects we support in need, you’ll make a priceless impact in the lives of our local children and families. Please click here to see what supplies are needed for our project.
Being a UNESCO heritage site with many colonial churches, beautiful stone streets and interesting museums, Oaxaca has a lot to offer for travelers of any kind. Oaxaca’s markets are diverse and colorful, nearby nature is stunning and its cuisine is world famous.Calendas (musical processions) are the order of the day. Day trips take you to small villages in the valleys where artisans weave rugs and clothes, produce ceramics or paint alebrijes (wooden fantasy figures). How would you spend your days in Oaxaca?