Hotels for Adventure Travelers in Oaxaca de Juarez
- 1Hotel Class:5 reviews
Located one block from Zocalo, 16th Century Convent building. Services include, heated pool, valet parking, restaurant, free wi-fi, air conditioning, safety deposit, canine pet friendly, handicapped access.Popular with
- 23 reviews
This Hotel used to be a convent centuries ago. It is has been loveling restore and each room is different due to it former life as a convent. The rose gardens are stunning. In the evening we would sit in our second story suite open the big wooden shutters out the court yard and watch the bougainvillea swaying in the ...Popular with
- 32 reviews
It was hard not to gape at this place. The huge, two-story master suite? *gape* The so-called "junior suite" that was bigger than most apartments? *gape* The beautiful pool and steam room? *gape* Casa Oaxaca, which also has two restaurants in different parts of the city, is expensive, but you get a lot for that price. The hotel, renovated in ...Popular with
- 42 reviews
This cute bed and breakfast, owned by a California native, has far more personality than your standard hotel. It feels like home, due in large part to the efforts made by the staff. The chef, Soledad, cooks organic meals out of ingredients she buys daily at local markets. The 15 rooms, including two larger suites, are clean and comfortable, but ...
- 52 reviews
Paulina Youth Hostel, three blocks from the town square, is one of the nicest hostels I've ever seen. The rooms are clean and simple, with three to 12 beds in a room, and a small koi pond and a cute little garden offer respite from downtown. The hostel also has a courtyard, a rooftop terrace and a small lounge with ...Popular with
- 62 reviews
Don't be fooled by the name: Hostal Los Pilares is no hostel. (In fact, it changed its name to Hotel Los Pilares a year ago, but the signs still tout the old name.) While it's pricey for the location, it offers plenty of luxury for the price and could easily charge more if it were downtown. Los Pilares – a ...
- 7Hotel Class:2 reviews
Parador San Miguel is a Colonial-style hotel with a plant-filled courtyard, stained glass, paintings and sculptures in the corridors and caged birds on every floor. An attached restaurant offers meals throughout most of the day, and the spacious room I saw included high ceilings, a window, embroidered pillows, wire-frame beds, air conditioning, a desk, two chairs and a small coffee ...Popular with
- 82 reviews
The only reason this place doesn't get five stars from me is that its small size (only six rooms) means it has few amenities. But don't get me wrong: I love this hotel. Yes, it's pricey, but it's one of Oaxaca's most attractive places to lay your head. The rooms, which front a small, tranquil courtyard, are beautifully furnished and ...Popular with
- 92 reviews
Oaxaca can be a noisy city, particularly near its central zócalo, but this hotel is a peaceful oasis amid all the hustle and bustle. Centered around an airy atrium, the 16-room inn felt like a shelter from the storm from the moment I walked in the front entrance from Armenta y Lopez, a particularly busy street just one block from ...Popular with
- 102 reviews
Hip and modern, the 2-year-old Casa Abu – short for "abuelo" or grandparent – seems ironically named. Its gray and white décor, complete with red and lime green accents, would fit in better with an urban loft than a typical family home. It's centrally located, near the Santo Domingo church, and its rooms are clean and simple, with free bottled ...Popular with
- 112 reviews
The first thing I noticed about Casa de los Frailes Hotel, which means House of the Friars Hotel, is the angel-themed art everywhere. Ceramics, sculptures, paintings, photographs and metal objects hanging from the ceiling combine to make this triple-level 14-room hotel look more like a bed and breakfast in someone's adorable family home. The blue-and-yellow rooms are comfortable, with a ...Popular with
- 12Hotel Class:2 reviews
Unlike most of the smaller hotels down the hill, Hotel Victoria is chock full of amenities, including tennis courts and a swimming pool. It's also one of the few hotels in this area where you need a golf cart to get around. Cascading down the side of El Fortin hill, the Hotel Victoria is a place for those who want ...Popular with
- 132 reviews
Casa Vertiz is a nice, comfortable example of the kind of mid-range hotels that surround Oaxaca's iconic Santo Domingo church. The inn's 14 rooms, which surround the hotel's two lushly vegetated atria, are clean and extremely well-stocked; they include TVs, coffee makers, irons, safes and hair dryers. The front-desk staff was friendly and very helpful, but spoke very little English. ...
- 142 reviews
Palacio Borghese is a luxurious Mediterranean-style hotel near restaurants, bars and downtown attractions. High white walls surround a small fountain in the courtyard, and a rooftop terrace – where the hotel plans to offer spa treatments within the week – includes a bar, pool chairs, a Jacuzzi, a shower and a great view of Santo Domingo. The hotel has only ...
- 153 reviews
If you're a fan of the hostel lifestyle, you'll probably like Hostal Pochon. It provides a ton of great services, including cooking lessons, tours and bike rentals, and the common areas are perfect for meeting your fellow hostellers. The price includes breakfast, and the hostel has a well-stocked kitchen guests can use. Rooms range from cheap six-bunk zoos to pricier ...
- 162 reviews
A 14-year-old boutique hotel with 10 rooms, Hotel Azucenas enjoys a quiet location about a block away from the Soledad church, seven blocks from the zocalo and seven blocks from Santo Domingo church. It's an easy place for English speakers to stay: We were warmly greeted by two English speakers, including the owner, who said she was from the U.S. ...Popular with
- 172 reviews
Villa Vera is a solid option for Oaxaca visitors. It just doesn't have that certain something that makes it stand out much. It does have a lot going for it, however. The slightly off-the-beaten-path location is still very close to the heart of central Oaxaca, just four blocks from the zócalo and a 10-minute walk from Santo Domingo church. The ...
- 182 reviews
Casa Antigua enjoys a central location just three blocks from the zocalo, or town square, and two and a half blocks from Santo Domingo. Rooms – each named after a different Oaxacan region – include air conditioning, a safe, cable TV, bottled water, a hair dryer and the full complement of toiletries, including a razor, cotton pads, shoe cleaner and ...Popular with
- 192 reviews
It's hard to find, with no permanent sign advertising its location, but Las Mariposas is worth the search if you're hunting for a budget option near Santo Domingo church. Simple but comfortable rooms are set back from the street, shielding guests from much of the downtown noise. (Plants and water fountains help too.) Six "studios" include kitchenettes, but all guests ...Popular with
- 202 reviews
It's quite an accomplishment for a hotel to be on one of a city's busiest corners and still feel like a tranquil sanctuary. But Casa de Siete Balcones, located just two blocks from Oaxaca's main square, measures up. Each of the hotel's seven rooms has a balcony facing one of two major streets, but the rooms are blessedly quiet, thanks ...