The Majagua boutique hotel recovers the art deco architecture of a house located in the Historic Center of Oaxaca.
With the restoration of a mansion from the 50s, in the Historic Center of the city, Majagua opened its doors, the new boutique hotel in Oaxaca, a haven of serenity in this attractive city of Mexico.
The exact balance between the purity of the lines of art deco architecture and a tribute to artisan traditions give shape to the cozy environments of Majagua.
The imprint of the new boutique hotel is based on eclectic environments with a fusion of contemporary design elements, handmade pieces and the careful restoration of a mansion that bears witness to the rich history and cosmopolitan past of the city.
The geometric shapes and their stylized decorations harmonize with materials such as metals, tropical woods, and natural fibers, which nod to the pioneering trend that originated in France and gave the way to design disciplines in the 20th century.
The hotel has only 14 rooms, arranged on two floors.
Stays in Majagua are complemented by the gastronomic proposal of Endémico Restaurant, which celebrates the culinary tradition of Oaxaca through typical recipes made from ingredients grown in the fields of the region. The menu incorporates the flavor of the local stoves and hints of Mediterranean and oriental cuisine for dishes that are called comfort food.
The recipes for breakfast and lunch present classics such as tlayudas, chilaquiles and other options such as tartar toast and tiradito, both made with tuna, and salads.
Its privileged location, at José María Pino Suárez 519, inspired the Majagua Route, an itinerary designed so that contemporary nomads can discover the main sites of interest, including the Temple of Santo Domingo, the Ethnobotanical Garden, the Textile Museum, the Zócalo , the November 20 Market, the Macedonio Alcalá Theater, the Jalatlaco neighborhood and the Mezcaloteca.