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Hotels and Accommodation choices nearby

There are of course a wide range of accommodation choices in Oaxaca, both within the city itself and the interesting countryside and villages around it.

For closeness there is only Eduardos Palace Hotel which is actually in walking distance, though uphill may take you an hour to walk.  But by car, it is less than 10 minutes so really a possibility to pop in and out easily.

Also nearby, by driving distance only, is Hotel Trebol, Posada Don Mario and Hotel Veracruz which all offer basic but friendly and clean rooms.

Close into the city there are of course a lot more choices.

Hotel La Casona De Tita - With only six rooms this small hotel combines a modern almost Zen appreciation of situation, art and place combined with traditional Mexican hospitality and full modern conveniences.  Spacious yet cozy, it is a modern take on classical accommodation in the region. website

Hotel Palacio Borghese - Visit Italy while in Mexico by staying in one of the six rooms named and themed after famous cities; Padova, Siena, Firenze, Venezia, Roma and Verona. each with both traditional furnishings and modern comforts. Situated in the heart of the city but in a traditional old building with thick walls it is both quiet and exciting.  website

Azul De Oaxaca Hotel Galeria - Located in the historic center of the city this boutique hotel focuses on the local artisans who have contributed so much to local culture for centuries. Neat and spacious rooms with plenty of storage, modern shower and wifi facilities make this a home away from home. Room service is dedicated to making your days in the hotel special with fresh fruits and drinks every day. website

And of course, while not officially related, we must also mention the city hotel named after Monte Alban - Hotel Monte Alban itself on 5 de Mayo in the city center on Alameda De Leon! Situated in a a grand old Colonial building this clean basic hotel also offers daily entertainment, the Guelaguetza or traditional dance of the region, held in the open courtyard every evening at 8:30pm. Wide colonial colonades, tiled floors, white table cloths and wrought ironwork hung with native tapestries. It is like being in 19th Century Spanish mexico!   website