Oaxaca Hotels

  • Casa Oaxaca Hotel

    Casa Oaxaca

    Built in 1576 as the Convent of Santa Catalina de Siena, the delicate feet of nuns trod its corridors for almost three centuries. At the height of political turmoil in 1862, the nuns were ordered to abandon the convent, and their former home was turned into offices for municipal bureaucrats until 1972, which is when restoration began. The National Institute of Anthrop ...ology and History (INAH) supervised the interior decoration. Teams of experts restored the frescoes that adorned the ancient walls. Floors were returned to their original designs and, where possible, the artistic treasures of yesteryear were repaired. No two rooms are identical in the Camino Real Oaxaca, but all of them offer modern comforts against a Spanish colonial backdrop.Show More
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  • Hostal La Noria
    At the heart of Oaxaca, Hostal de La Noria reveals the source of the town’s historic pride as guests staying here are brought closer to its museums and cultural centers. The hotel is also just 2 blocks from the Zocalo, the main square. Lose yourself in the Oaxaca lifestyle at Asuncion Restaurante, where delicious specialties will captivate your taste buds. Sample loca ...l dishes at Asuncion Restaurante, or grab a drink at Los Chapuline Bar. Marvel at the beautiful surroundings from the terrace while relaxing in the sun. Show More
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  • Quinta Real

    Quinta Real

    This charming hotel is located in Oaxaca de Juárez, close to Santo Domingo de Guzmán Church. It offers a 24-hour front desk and air conditioned rooms with satellite TV and Wi-Fi. The rooms at the Quinta Real Oaxaca feature tiled floors, colonial-style décor and extra cushions. Each one comes with a safe and private bathroom with a hairdryer.
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