This small hotel features a distinct Mexican flair and a prime location in the heart of the historic district. Rooms are modest with basic comforts.
32 units. 3 stories (no elevator), interior corridors.
Between Constitucion and Abasolo; in Centro Historico. Pino Suárez Col. Centro No. 410 68000 (Pino Suárez Col. Centro No. 410).
Dining & Entertainment
restaurant, full bar.
wireless Internet, safes.
valet laundry, room service.
3 night minimum stay - seasonal and/or weekends, 3 day cancellation notice.
OVERALL GUEST SCORE
Based on Ratings from 126 guests
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Pros: Perfect hotel for independent travelers including parking close to the hotel and breakfast.
Pros: Juan, front desk staffer, was alway friendly and very helpful.
Same day laundry service was fabulous.
We would ask for room 201 again. Plan to revisit in July 2017.
Pros: I stayed here on my wedding night and they made the room up with roses, petals scattered across the floor, and swan towels at no charge. Super friendly people and a beautiful spot.
Pros: Location was good, and so was the room with a terrace
Cons: Despite having very few guests in the hotel the staff was rather indifferent; breakfast had very few choices and was sometimes late
Pros: Great price compared to other hotels in the area
Cons: I asked for an early check in which got accepted via online, but when I got there they made me wait 2 hours to check in, and I was in a rush.
Pros: the bed was comfortably, location ok
Cons: they need to review toilets because there are waisting water, one on my bedroom and another on commun area
Pros: Wonderful staff, great beds, very good breakfast included in the price,nice location close to any points of interest.
review category group of friends
Pros: the door locks did not work. We need help to get into our rooms every time.
family with young children
Pros: The service and food (I only tried breakfast) are very good.
Cons: This place needs a lot of maintainance like improving showers and sinks, restoring matresses, etc.
Pros: The place is clean and comfortable. It is pleasingly decorated and possesses real charm, the rooms and the common areas alike. The breakfasts that are included are very generous. The cleaning lady was a real sweetheart and the young Señorita Guadalupe was extremely friendly and helpful. Nothing was too difficult for her.
Cons: The male stuff at the reception were unhelpful, uncooperative and struggled to grasp the basic concepts of good service. When served by them, each time I walked away feeling like they couldn't be bothered. This included the manager.
Pros: The staff was very friendly. I met a lot of interesting fellow travellers at breakfast.
Cons: I am an early riser but for those who sleep in, choose a room away from the street.
Pros: It was quiet in the rooms despite the buses and lorries thundering by on the road outside night and day. Location was pretty good, a 5 min walk to cathedral and the action.
Cons: The staff were a little prickly.
Pros: Great location near downtown, but not in the thick of things. Friendly staff. Room 103 has a huge, firm bed. Beautiful shared courtyard. The included breakfast isn't anything exotic, but I was appreciative of a good, fresh juice and eggs to-order every morning. Also, the best coffee shop in the whole city is right across the street. Don't miss it!
Cons: It never got loud, but due to the age and structure of the building, sounds tended to echo at night.
Excellent breakfast included
Cons: Room clean but needed updating
Pros: CLOSE TO MOST IMPORTANT SITES
Cons: A BIT EXPENSIVE FOR WHAT WE WERE OFFERED..AS FOR A "STUNNING VIEW...IT WAS A WALL
Pros: The beds were great! And appreciated the clean and tidy rooms and bathroom after coming off of a long bus ride. Muy comodo! Also remarkably quiet for being off a busy street.
Pros: Very frindly staff, warm colonial style, good location & possible free parking on the road.
Cons: I was around Christmas and with the charge of a first class hotel it is overpriced. Rather normal mid-class lacking some comfort, but making it up with frindly staff and location (nice walk to downtown, to Zocalo about 20 min.).
There is no personal refrigator, so description should be updated.
Pros: Well located
Cons: At over 2,000 pesos a night I expect a whole lot more in every category- disappointed
No proper air conditioning what was there was noisy and didn't work well, no real curtains so woken up with the sun, cramped not great bathroom
Pros: Oaxaca is beautiful and safe. The Parador is 2 Blocks from Santo Domingo and the major central tourism area. It is in the heart of things, but quiet and "homey".
Pros: Pretty much everything.
Cons: The coffee.
Pros: Felt like you were in Mexico...very homey...
Cons: Wifi very slow in evenings...but not a big problem
Cons: No hot water
Pros: The great attitude of the staff with one exception.The waiter in the dining room was especially wonderful
Cons: The street is busy,worse there is a bus stop by the front door with exhaust fumes from every vehicle that stops because they keep the front door open all day till 11pm.
Noisy kids staying there.
One desk clerk was more interested in selling private products to us rather than deal with requests or problems.
Would NEVER stay there again
review category group of friends
Pros: Iram (especially) and David (at the front desk) and the maids and the maintenance man, and the rest of the staff were absolutely wonderful. We were a small dream group traveling for Day of the Dead, and we wanted to build an altar for our departed--the hotel gave us the spot that they normally make their altar, and even helped us with the more complicated aspects, like the sugar cane and flower arch. It was very generously spirited and truly hospitable in a way that is so rarely found these days. We gathered in the court yard, ever day and all of our needs were addressed by the caring staff. Special and wonderful.
Cons: The beds were stiff and rather board-like (and yet we slept very well on them--maybe it was all the mescal?) And the water pressure of the showers was not much more than a trickle.