The school is situated on a property just 9 blocks south of the Cathedral and central town square of Puebla. It is located on a “privada” street, which means it is a non-continuous street — the foot/car traffic is less and thus the overall noise is less as well. That said, this is Mexico and noise is synonymous with every street in the country, where vendors call out selling gas, tamales and potting soil, among many other things, cars with sometimes loud mufflers may pass by, an alarm may go off randomly, the church bells ring a block away. The best idea is to embrace it and bring a set of
comfortable ear plugs if you want some peace and quiet.
Offsetting this, and bringing charm and whim into the mix is that within walking distance of the school are restaurants, convenience stores, supermarkets, cafés, produce markets, arts and crafts shops, more than 2600 historically archived and protected buildings and monuments, Talavera ceramic workshops, museums, parks, ice cream shops, bars, theaters, lucha libre freestyle Mexican wrestling arena, movie theaters, shopping malls, and the list goes on and on.
At the school property we have one En-Suite Room at the front of the property and a Studio Apartment at the back of the property.
Guest En-suite room with kitchenette and patio terrace
The room is located at the front of the property on the second floor. It has its own independent staircase, terrace patio with chairs and table, and entrance. A lot of light flows into the windows and sliding glass door that make up the front of the room. The room has a private bathroom and kitchenette with microwave overn, small fridge, sink, coffee maker and plates/glasses and basic kitchen utensils. There is no cooktop or other amentities in the kitchenette. Subscription TV, WiFi high-speed Internet, hot water 24/7, bed and bath linens and cleaning service is included.
Guest Studio Apartment
This cozy studio apartment is located at the back of the property on two floors. A lot of natural light flows into the unit (A morning person’s dream come true, as the sunrise comes up over the front of the unit). There is an ample staircase leading up to the main floor with kitchenette and living room. On the second floor, there is a bathroom and bedroom with a queen size mattress. The second floor skylight and large bedroom window with views of the sky and Popocatepetl volcano let in a lot of natural light. The water system is pressurized. The kitchenette has a double cook top, sink, microwave oven, small fridge, blender, coffee maker and plates/glasses and basic kitchen utensils, subscription TV channels, WiFi high-speed Internet, hot water 24/7, bed and bath linens and cleaning service is included.
Completed October 2014