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This former convent, the grande dame of Oaxaca City properties, overflows with gardens and old-world charm. Full review →
This city center convent-turned-elegant-hotel was built in 1576 around five patios. Behind thick walls, the guest rooms are tastefully furnished with colorful fabrics loomed in Oaxaca.
This breathtaking 16th-century building—the former Convento de Santa Catalina de Siena—is one of the city's landmarks and is now a luxury full-service hotel. Full review →Guest or not, consider signing up for the free 40-minute tour of this historic building
A magnificent hotel in a 16th-century landmark convent, this is the place to cloister yourself when in Oaxaca. Full review →
Built in the 16th century as a convent, the Camino Real was converted into a very classy hotel in the 1970s. Full review →
A stay at this centuries-old former convent is a must for romantics and history buffs.
Oaxaca’s priciest hotel... in the beautifully converted sixteenth-century Ex-Convento de Santa Catalina.
At Plaza la Bastida on a pedestrian-only street, five blocks from the Zocalo (the city square), this remains the top commercial choice, though it isn't without its drawbacks. The aging... Full review →
Indoors, guest rooms have ebony-hued antique beds and terra-cotta tiled ceilings, with 16th-century frescoes covering some of the walls. Full review →
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