The First Bed and Breakfast in Playas de Tijuana

In the quiet area of Playas de Tijuana, OUI Madame offers a bed & breakfast in a warm remodeled house with different options to accommodate our guests for a brief or extended stay. Our rooms are sunny, cozy and harmonious. Free wifi is accessible in most parts of the facility and we like to keep our lovely place smoke free. We recently added a community kitchen, a working space where you can connect your laptop to an external monitor, we refresh our cozy living room with a bigger TV and we have now a boutique with local products that you can buy directly from us!!

B&B Oui Madame offers the best value in town in a nice and quiet house. We are one block from the ocean and just fifteen minutes from the US-Mexico border. Please visit our rooms online.

We have an optional breakfast: we offer a choice of fresh tropical fruits, organic cereal served with soy, almond or rice milk, organic eggs/omelet, mexican beans, nice bread and always a surprise of the day! You need a good morning booster instead? We can prepare a delicious green smoothie to nourish your cells and start your day beautifully. We believe that green smoothies are much more beneficial than coffee, for that reason we prefer it over coffee here.

For special events, contact us directly by phone or email to share your concept with us and make reservation.

About B&B OUI Madame, Tijuana

Bed and Breakfast OUI Madame is the peaceful and happy home of 2 foreigners who decided to settle down in Playas de Tijuana almost 10 years ago. Dominik is a French-Canadian who fell in love with a beautiful Mexican and decided to stay and establish his life in TJ. He helps coordinate American and Canadian patients for his ex-wife and other clinics. Cristal is a French lady who came to Tijuana many times for medical and dental treatments. She decided to move to Tijuana to for her retirement in this exciting city and help other people needing medical support. Also part of our team, Cynthia and Ricardo, A.K.A. Cybis and Ricárbol, leaders of local collective Cultiva Ya! who are deeply involved with many fantastic community projects around public and enviornmental health, native peoples and plants, peace building and empowerement of women.