Hotels for Budget Travelers in Oaxaca de Juarez
- 212 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 ...
- 222 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 ...
- 23Hotel Class:2 reviews
Once you get past Aitana's less-than-inviting exterior, you find a nice, quiet hotel in a good location for exploring Oaxaca. The spacious rooms are comfortable and well-equipped with coffee makers and TVs, although they are a bit darker than I would prefer. The tranquil courtyard has a restaurant -- meals are extra -- and the rooftop terrace is a popular ...
- 242 reviews
So you've got money to spend, you'd like to be in the middle of the action and you want to be comfortable? Casa Cid de Leon is probably a good place for you. Located in the heart of central Oaxaca, just a couple of blocks from the zócalo, this hotel has just seven rooms, all suites. A spiral staircase curls ...
- 251 review
Hands down, the best hostel I have ever had the pleasure to stay at. The staff is extremely friendly and helpful. The location is perfect and the facilities are great. There is a lovely rooftop that is a great place to hang out and meet folks on.Popular with
- 261 review
small hotel, clean and reasonable, no a/c though. close to instituto cultural de oaxacaPopular with
- 272 reviews
A budget-conscious hotel in the quiet street behind Santo Domingo, Maela Hotel isn't quite as luxurious as some of its nearby competitors. Worn – but serviceable – furniture give the rooms a decidedly "inn" or even "motel" feel, and I spotted tiny ants crawling along the bathroom counter in the room that I saw. Guests can hear street noise from ...
- 282 reviews
The contrast between the rooms and the grounds at Las Golondrinas is intriguing. On the one hand, the rooms are sparse, spacious but devoid of much furniture. On the other hand, the grounds are overgrown with plants, and it feels like you could be lost in a labyrinth as you wander through the sprawling 30-room hotel, trees snagging your clothes ...Popular with
- 292 reviews
Hotel Casa Cue is a good choice for those who want to be at the center of the action – and by action, I mean markets. Guests push past street vendors hawking chilis, tlayudas (large grilled quesadillas), fried grasshoppers, scarves and paintings to get to the hotel, meaning that food and shopping are mere steps away. The hotel is across ...Popular with
- 30Hotel Class:2 reviews
Hacienda La Noria is a bit off the beaten path, across the busy Perifico road in the La Noria neighborhood. But at about 12 blocks away, it's still walking distance to the zocalo, or town square. It’s a good choice for those who want to be near the university or who want a hotel with air conditioning, well-maintained grounds and ...
- 31Hotel Class:2 reviews
If you want to pretend the lovely, nearby city of Oaxaca doesn't exist, then Antiguo Fortin is for you. This place is not really convenient to anything: It's farther from the airport, it's on the other side of the hills from central Oaxaca, it's the wrong direction from Monte Alban. And there's nothing special about the hotel, located alongside a ...
- 322 reviews
Only three blocks from the zocalo, Casa Colon is a wedding-cake-style building in pink and white. It was previously a bar, and before that, a church. In fact, it still has a small chapel that guests can use, when it's not closed for cleaning. But the budget hotel, though stately, has an unfinished feel. Decorations consist mainly of a few ...
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