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BEST LOCATION POSSIBLE in this Award-winning, fully renovated 18th c Spanish colonial villa. On a residential street just one block to the main plaza, WALK TO EVERYTHING on easy terrain. Unbeatable proximity to dozens of restaurants, bars, cafes, museums, ATMs, pharmacies and more. Two nearby mercados and "tamale row" offer both abundant fresh foods as well as freshly cooked meals at very reasonable rates. Find several plazas, gardens, beautiful churches and abundant cultural activities within a 5 min walk. Come and go as you please as you hold the keys to our 24-hour locked gate and your private entrance into a luxury antique Mexican apartment with 2' thick walls and 15' ceilings. Outdoor seating areas in the main patio with 9' fountain and rooftop terrace offer plenty of room to relax and enjoy the beautiful year-round weather. Each uniquely decorated apartment has a beloved Mexican flower theme and fully furnished kitchen/kitchenette with private bath, hand-painted murals and Talavera tiles and jars. Standard amenities include 100% fine cotton linens and towels, WiFi and wired internet, Smart TVs, Netflix, openable screened windows, ceiling fans, ceramic heaters, fresh air ventilators and electronic safes. We are known for our sumptuous American brunch included in our nightly rates. Monthly, 2-month and 3-month "snowbird" rates available. Award-winning hosts supply their our own maps, restaurant guide and travel tips for the area. Eng and Span
4,2 sur février 24, 2009
While Zoe was in the U.S. during our stay, Dave was our most gracious host. He gave us a personal orientation around the historic district, shared stories of moving to Queretaro and his and Zoe's former lives in Los Angeles, searching various towns in Mexico but quickly falling in love with the historic district and buying this wonderful place to renovate it into an excellent B&B. Great location for all the historic sight-seeing. Most comfortable beds we had in our 2 weeks of travel. Beautiful decorating, maintaining that Mexican heritage! We were welcomed and felt like we'd made a friend at the end of 4 days.
4,8 sur décembre 08, 2008
Four of us stayed two night at Quinta Zoe. This has to be one of the best run and attractive B&B's in all of Mexico. The owners went the proverbial extra mile to make sure our stay was fun. Upon arriving we settled in and then David walked us to a restaurant he thought we would enjoy! The location of Quinta Zoe is perfect, well within walking distance of most of the major sightseeing spots. The rooms were spacious, clean and very attractive. David and Zoe are great hosts. Visit this B&B - you will love it. -James (Seattle, WA)
4,6 sur octobre 23, 2008
Zoe and Dave have created a wonderful, quiet haven in busy Queretero. Their renovation has preserved the essence of an old colonial home while providing a modern B&B experience and the coffee was terrific. Both Dave and Zoe are friendly, open and very informative hosts who helped us take advantage of our brief stay in the old centro district. The rooms were spacious and comfortable, the interior courtyard charming and the rooftop terrace and duomo room were special treats. Mike W and Kate G
4,0 sur octobre 22, 2008
I had the pleasure of staying at Zoe & Davids inn for 4 weeks, and it made my stay in Querétaro memorable. A great room with a lovely view of the scenic skyline, and a big terrace for their guests to enjoy the sunsets. The inn was impeccably kept with lovely touches such as fresh flowers in my room, or a great breakfast in the mornings. And the location was ideal for easy walks to sites of interest, restaurants or the beautiful plazas for reading or enjoying concerts. I most heartily recommend Quinta Zoe, and will hope to visit again in the future.
4,8 sur octobre 19, 2008
Quinta Zoe was a great find. The location is awesome. The city is awesome and we felt completely comfortable walking around at night. There were a great variety of international dishes in the local restaurants. Queretaro reminded us of our travels through Europe (except Queretaro is much more affordable, and this b&b blows any European hotel out of the water). The year round climate in this part of Mexico is amazing as well. As for the b&b, the rooms are spacious and clean. The matresses and linens are the best we've experienced anywhere in Mexico (even better than the 5-ster resorts in Cabo San Lucas). There are a variety of English and Spanish language channels on the small wall mounted flat screen t.v. Complimentary coffee was available each morning and the endless supply of chilled bottled water was a big plus. The cozy courtyard enabled us to socialize with Zoe and some of the other guests. We are not morning people, so we never made it down for breakfast. Although after reading the other reviews, we probably should have!! The only mark on the survey that we did not rate outstanding was on the rooms category, and that is only because the bathroom was just a bit small. But we realize that any 300 year old building has its limitations. I very highly recommend this b&b. Zoe was also very enthusiastic and helpful when it came to describing the local attractions.
5 sur octobre 07, 2008
My sister and I stayed at the Quinta Zoe in July. I've stayed in several B&B's but Quinta Zoe was exceptional. Zoe was the perfect hostess. Her breakfasts were terrific (you have a choice of what you'd like). The location is perfect, just a few blocks from everything you could possibly want. The room was beautiful, very clean and the bathroom was everything you could ask for, plush large towels, always lots of hot water and a hair dryer (upon request). I would recommend the Quinta Zoe to anyone who is looking to be pampered and hope to return one day.
5 sur octobre 06, 2008
My husband and I were made to feel like family by owners Zoe and David. Not only was their B&B spotless but the location to everything could not have been better. We felt very safe and they spent time teaching us all about the wonderful sights and special places to visit. Our favorite experience was joining the locals in a music fest and dance at the central park! We highly recommend this to anyone wanting to visit Queretaro! Also the breakfast was delicious and they took special care to make it low fat per our request. Pam and Richard Oman SLC, Utah
5 sur avril 18, 2008
Quinta Zoe & Queretaro, David & Zoe....four gems in colonial Mexico that shone brightly even after our one-month stay! David's stories, Zoe's breakfasts, our huge, gorgeous room, and Queretaro's beautiful plazas and music and friendly people made our stay a joy and all four gems will have us going back for more. From our initial contact by email last fall to the end of our month's stay in early March, our hosts could not have been more accommodating and welcoming. Quinta Zoe was perfect for a long-term stay - our large, immaculate room always had fresh flowers and all sorts of small extras to make our long stay comfortable. We had great sleeps, as promised! Attention to detail in renovating this 18th Century house was evident everywhere, from the hand-painted tiles in the bathrooms to the stained glass window in the dining room - the high quality of work reflecting David's influence and Zoe's special spatial features added to the ambiance of Quinta Zoe. We watched with admiration the on-going work to keep everything running well and looking lovely. David's and Zoe's knowledge of this beautiful city and their Queretaro information package and made our visit a much richer experience. Being able to go to classical guitar concerts at the Conservatory half a block away and being within half a block of the pedestrian area and several plazas meant our days and nights were filled with music and people. Visiting surrounding towns with Raphael, their special driver, was an added bonus. Zoe's breakfasts were the best in town and David's 'Texan story-telling' kept us entertained for hours - there needs to be a book of 'Davidisms' and we hope Zoe finishes her cookbook soon. Laughter was a big part of every day! We arrived strangers and left feeling like family, our roots set firmly down after planting flowers and bushes and pruning roses and trees, and after spending time getting to know two terrific hosts and one beautiful city.
5 sur mars 23, 2008
A place I really love in Mexico is the Quinta Zoe Bed and Breakfast. It seem to just be part and parcial of the historical center. The location feels like the center of the city. The beds are comfortable and there are ceiling fans and many things you just don't find in Mexico. Every amenity anyone would want has been included. You can make yourself at home and Zoe and Dave are a font of information about where to go and what to do. Breakfast is subperb and there is plenty of it. Really delicious. This is just one of those rare places where they do everything well and enjoy it so much that it spills over to the guests. A very happy experience. I highly recommend it if you are looking for a really nice place to stay at reasonable prices.
4,2 sur février 16, 2008
Queretaro seems to be one of the less visited colonial cities, but it is definitely worth a visit. It is very clean and easy to navigate. Staying at Quinta Zoe made our visit even more special and relaxing. It is located in the historic center of Queretaro, just minutes from the plazas, museums, and shops. There were many thoughtful touches such as the mini-refrigerator and purified water cooler in the common area, a comfortable bed with a down comforter, hot water with good pressure, and a detailed welcome packet. The hosts, David and Zoe, made us feel like we were visiting good friends with a beautiful house. Zoe also directed us to our favorite meal - the Veracruzana tamales from Super Tamales & Atoles on "Tamale Row" (41 Arteaga Street (between Allende & Guerrero)) a few minutes walk from the B & B.
The Las Flores apartment is located in a fully renovated 18th c villa just steps to the zocalo in the heart of Centro Historico. Special features include15' high wood-beamed ceilings, 2' thick walls, Mexican barro ( Mexican clay) floors and a window seat that fronts the large, openable colonial window seating up to 5 people. View the 42" TV with robust WiFi and Netflix, 2nd TV with DVD and film library in total comfort on the leather double-recliner sofa. Two skylights, ceiling fan, heater and ambient lighting create a comfortable atmosphere throughout the year. Fully and meticulously furnishe
Prix par nuit: $89 - $89
Prix par nuit: $89 - $89
Spacious and airy apartment has king-size bed with top-line mattress and 100% cotton linens. 15' beamed ceilings and large openable screened colonial window with fountain view. Ensuite tiled bath with hand-painted sunflower mural and matching sink. Extra bathroom cabinet for personal items. 40" flat-screen Smart TV with WiFi and Netflix with English/Spanish audios and captions. Ceramic gas heater for those rare colder days. FULLY FURNISHED KITCHEN
Prix par nuit: $74 - $74
Prix par nuit: $74 - $74
Romantic lighted brick-domed ceiling highlights our only 2nd floor accommodation with Juliet balcony and private patio. Breezes flow freely through both screened doors. Ensuite bath with brick-dome ceiling, spacious shower and hand-painted mural. Closet, dresser and bench for luggage and comfortable chair.Flat-screen TV with internet channels, NETFLIX and DVD player. Dining table with chairs that can double as a desk.
Prix par nuit: $64 - $64
Prix par nuit: $64 - $64
1 block from the zocalo in the historic center, Centre ville, A la montagne
We recommend flying into QRO (Queretaro International). It is so much more convenient than Mexico City and known for its SAFETY. Take a registered taxi (only registered taxis are permitted at the airport) for about $20 USD to to the Historic Center near the corner of Vergara and Reforma. People travel from all over Mexico to vacation in Queretaro because it is beautiful, fun and safe with varied population of young to old.
Antiquaires , Galeries d'art, Lieu de concert, Dîner gastronomique, Sites historiques, Concerts, Cinéma , Musée, Parcs nationaux/régionaux, Zone naturelle, Discothèques / Bars, dancing in the park 4 nites per week, Boutiques, Théâtre, Zone de pic-nic, Services religieux, Rivière, Ruines, Stade / Arène sportive, Circuits touristiques, Université / Grande Ecole, Vignoble, Entreprise vinicole
Historic Inn, Boutique Hotel, Apartment, Villa, Mansion
Jeux de société, Lecteur CD, Bibliothèque, Videothèque, Téléphone, Magnétoscope, Films, Handi accessible et PMR , One-bedroom apartment w full kitchen and private laundry, common areas include courtyard w 9' fountain, roof-top terrace, independent efficiencies w onsite laundry for all
Réveil, Panier d'agréments, Ventilateurs de plafond, Cafetière/Bouilloire, Lecteur DVD, Bureau, Réfrigérateur , Sèche-cheveux, Planche à repasser, Kitchenette, Micro-ondes, Entrée indépendante, Radio, Réception chaînes satellite, TV, Transport en commun à proximité, Machine à laver/sèche-linge, Wi-Fi, Internet par câble
Sentiers de randonnée , Cooking lesson, dance class, mercado tour, Shopping, Excursion
David and Zoe
Zoe loves cooking, dancing El Danzon in Jardin Zinea. Currently she is writing her own international cookbook for the everyday household cook. David, a former aerospace engineer, loves cars, cats, history and YouTube instructional videos.
Let us know any allergies or food preferences and we will do our best
We prepare this home-made granola for our guests during special weeks throughout the year. Filled with two types of nuts, natural sweeteners and toasted rolled oats, it's a healthy, very tasty breakfast.