Where to Stay inOaxaca

CASA OAXACA
5 stars
In this 7-guest room hotel you will find satisfaction and refinement in a unique, Mexican contemporary style.
Garcia Vigil #407 Col. Centro
Tel.(951) 514 4173
http://www.casaoaxaca.com

CAMINO REAL OAXACA
5 stars
A tradition of excellence, this colonial hotel's service satisfies the most demanding guests.
5 de Mayo #300 col. Centro
Phone (951) 516 0611

HACIENDA LOS LAURELES
5 stars
Hotel boutique "– spa, located in a beautiful colonial hacienda from the XVIII century. The extensive renovations necessary for conforming this hotel was completed in the year 2000, when Hacienda los Laureles opened its doors to travelers that desired a place to stay and enjoy the Mexican colors and tastes.
Phone (951) 501 5300
http://www.hotelhaciendaloslaureles.com/

AITANA
4 stars
Located in the center of the city, this colorful 4 star hotel will make you feel at home.
Manuel Sabino Crespo #313 Col. Centro
Phone (951) 514 3788

CASA DE SIERRA AZUL
4 stars
Peaceful hotel boutique located in an ancient, colonial, XVIII century hacienda. Its arcs mark the center patio adorned with an antique fountain around which you can relax, read or meditate.
Av. Hidalgo #1002 Col. Centro
Phone (951) 514 7171

FIESTA INN OAXACA
4 stars
Situated in front of Plaza del Valle mall, and Fiesta Inn Oaxaca it has all the services business travelers or vacation guests could need to have a more pleasurable experience.
Av. Universidad #140 Ex "– Hacienda de Candiani
Phone (951) 501 6000

HOSTAL CASA LOS CANTAROS
4 stars
This hotel has laundry service, safety box, room service and cafeteria.
Calz. Porfirio Díaz #127 Col. Reforma
Phone (951) 515 5004

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