x The average starting price for a place to stay in Oaxaca is £35 per night.
Tinoco y Palacios 610, Centro, OaxacaExcellent 94%
Felipe Angeles 204 Ejido Guadalupe VictoriaExcellent 91%
Gijzer Very friendly and safe family-run hostal. It`s not in the city center but easely reached by taxi for (no more) than 50 pesos one way. Make sure the driver knows where he goes. Once there you`ll enjoy the peace of not being in the city center. Food is good and cheap. Breaktfast and dinner. Small lokal shop is nearby. I will recommend this place very much. I`ll stay there again when I`m in Oaxaca.
Las Rosas Street, 518 Colonia ReformaExcellent 91%
Pino Suarez 804Excellent 90%
jonathaneg Fantastic place, well maintained and cared for, and even somewhat idyllic. It was both calm and social at the same time, with a super friendly staff. The place is rather gorgeous, even. My only complaint is that the coffee was . . . well . . . typical Mexican coffee. They should offer gourmet coffee, like 5 pesos for a mug, or something.
5a Privada de la Noria 316. Colonia CentroAwesome 86%
straystret Very cosy little place to stay, very safe, very clean, great staff who are always willing to stay. I can easily recommend this property to anyone who wants to stay there. Cooked breakfast is different each morning, they also pick you up from the bus stop which is a bonus. Thank you Nizadu.
cz2day We couldn't have been more satisfied. The location was within walking distance of all the historic downtown area. The room was clean, the bed comfortable and it was serviced daily. We took advantage of the computer that was made available and the very open community area that is upstairs. The room was large with two double beds and the mini refrigerator was very handy.
ADJC4-US I stayed at Posada Don Mario for 3 nights at first, Oaxaca is fantastic and Posada is within walking distance to all the tourist sites all rooms are private, we stayed in a room with private bathroom on the rooftop, it was comfortable, clean and colorful, the “Economic Breakfast” is included and delicious “Enfrijoladas, then Entomatadas and Mexican eggs”, finally Norma and her staff are very friendly and helpful
Piecar The property has a large but mostly barren central courtyard with very comfortable chairs around the periphery. There is WiFI though it is unmentioned by their ad. The staff are very very friendly and happy to help. I had some unusual questions about their town and they worked to answer them all. The space is secure with virtually no way for thieves to get in. I forgot my camera on the front desk and it was returned to me promptly when I got back from looking around, even though I was sure I was pickpocketed. The space is about two blocks from the zocalo. So that was great. The beds are comfortable and the sheets very clean. The showers ostensibly give out hotwater, though you couldn't prove that by me. That would be one of my only complaints. The other being that the map shows that the hotel is on 5 de Mayo near the bus station. THAT 5 de Mayo is nothing more than an alley. You need to go south toward the zocalo to find the Main 5 de Mayo. I walked there from the bus station....but it was not a leisurely five minute walk. Still, a good joint at a reasonable price.
taniarlope people are very nice. I LOVE HOW quiet it is here. easy and enjoyable walk to the LLano and then to the santo domingo. stayed for 3 days in early june and another 3 days late july. beds are great! shower with hot water! beautiful garden and relaxing patio upstairs. the church in front make this whole area very picturesque. highly recommend it! (stayed in room with shared bathroom).
Xicotencatl 121, CentroGreat 81%
aga_15 It is a very nice place to stay, good location. Beds are confortable and breakfast is tasty. I had a really nice time.
hinkleann We chose this place by its location -- 2 blocks from the Zocalo. It is an attractive little 6 room hotel. Friendly staff (Ricardo's English is fluent), extremely clean (floors washed daily), and totally safe (someone always present, at night door/gate locked) We had room #6, beside the upstairs terrasse with plants, tables and umbrellas. Very pleasant. Room #5 is also great, has a french door, actually cut like a dutch door for air, onto the terrasse. All the other rooms are interior rooms, and though still quite nice, less worth the price.
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