Quinta Real Oaxaca

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  • The Guelaguetza is a fiesta that dates back to pre-Hispanic times. It celebrates gift-giving from the community to those that are in need and honors the corn goddess for endowing farmers with abundant crops. The celebration is held in the 16th century chapel with an Oaxacan buffet, 20 regional dancers in traditional costumes and a 14-piece village brass band.
Hotel Overview
  • Close to Oaxaca’s central plaza
    Stone walls and original frescoes add historic ambience to this onetime convent, five blocks from Oaxaca’s central plaza and close to the historic city center, a unesco World Heritage Cultural Site.
  • Traditional-style furnishings
    91 guestrooms with rich fabrics, high-beam ceilings, and antique-style furnishings overlook a courtyard or city streets.
  • Courtyards and gardens
    Enjoy sun-splashed courtyards and flower-filled patios and gardens. Regional dishes are served in the hotel’s candlelit restaurant.
What to Expect:
  • Staying in the Quinta Real Oaxaca promises a true cultural experience. Built in 1576, the hotel is a former convent of Santa Catalina and has had every detail carefully restored, maintaining authenticity will providing modern day amenities. Guests can enjoy the resort or venture out to the cultural-rich city of Oaxaca.
Amenity Highlights:
  • The beautiful outdoor patio areas of the hotel provide guests with comfortable places to sit back and relax. For some lively entertainment, guests can enjoy live Mariachi music every Saturday night at the Las Bugambillas restaurant.

Location:

Calle 5 De Mayo 300
Oaxaca, 68000
Mexico

Region: 
  • Oaxaca
  • Airport:

    Xoxocotlan International Airport OAX
  • This Spanish Colonial hotel, formerly the Convento de Santa Catalina de Siena, features 91 guestrooms on two floors. The former nuns’ quarters are decorated with traditional furnishings and locally made crafts and textiles, and all overlook a courtyard or the streets of Oaxaca. Other amenities include direct-dial phones with dial-up Internet access and voice mail. Quinta Real Club rooms are larger than the deluxe rooms, and all exterior rooms have triple-glazed windows.
  • Master Suite Interior -

    Each Master Suite Interior Room is gardens. All have direct-dial telephones, satellite TV, air conditioning, mini bar, hair dryer, coffee maker, safety box and dial-up internet access. Furnished with one king or two double beds (some units also have a sofa bed).

  • Master Suite Exterior -

    Each Master Suite Exterior Room is decorated in a Mexican colonial style and looks out on the picturesque streets of historic Oaxaca. Room offers one king or two double size beds, some offer a sofa bed as well. Room amenities are satellite TV, safety box, hair dryer, coffee maker, mini bar, air conditioning, direct-dial telephone system and dial-up internet access.

  • Suite Exterior -

    The view from the window of the Suite Exterior Room is of the ancient streets of Oaxaca's Historical Center. Heavy wooden shutters subdue street noises and keep out the light for later sleepers. The room offers one king, one queen or two double size beds. Room amenities are satellite TV, safety box, hair dryer, mini bar, air conditioning, direct-dial telephone system and dial-up internet access.

  • Suite Interior -

    Suite Interior Rooms overlook the interior patios and gardens of the hotel and are quiet and private. The medium- size room offers one king, one queen or two double size beds. Three of the rooms also offer a sofa bed. Room amenities are satellite TV, safety box, hair dryer, mini bar, air conditioning, direct-dial telephone system and dial-up internet access.

Room Amenities: 
  • Air conditioning
  • Cable/satellite TV
  • Ceiling fan
  • Clock radio
  • Coffee/tea maker
  • Cribs (infant beds) available
  • Hair dryer
  • In-room safe
  • Internet access - dial-up
  • Iron/ironing board
  • Minibar
  • Rollaway beds
  • Voice mail
  • Wake-up calls
  • Welcome amenities
Property Amenities
  • Located five blocks from Oaxaca’s zócalo, or central plaza, this historic hotel occupies the former Convento de Santa Catalina de Siena, sections of which date back to the 16th century.
    The hotel blends Spanish Colonial and indigenous design elements and is dotted with frescoes, fountains, courtyards, and gardens. One-meter-thick (three-foot) walls ensure a cool stay on hot summer days. On Friday nights, guests can attend the hotel’s weekly Guelaguetza, a traditional stage show held in the 16th-century chapel, with music, folkloric dancing, and dinner buffet (surcharge) featuring Oaxacan specialties.

    A fitness center one block from the hotel is complimentary for guests.

  • 24-hour front desk
  • Audio-visual equipment
  • Banquet facilities
  • Bar/lounge
  • Beauty services
  • Business services
  • Conference room(s)
  • Currency exchange
  • Dry cleaning service
  • Event catering
  • Fitness equipment
  • Gift shop or newsstand
  • Medical assistance available
  • Multilingual staff
  • Parking (valet)
  • Patio
  • Restaurant(s) in hotel
  • Room service (24 hours)
  • Safe-deposit box - front desk
  • Secretarial services
  • Security guard
  • Supervised child care/activities
  • Swimming pool - outdoor
  • Translation services
Policies
  • Extra-person charges may apply depending on hotel policy.
    Cribs (infant beds) may be available and should be requested at the time of booking; fees may apply.
    Maximum of two children under the age of 12 stay free when sharing room with their parents.
    Photo identification and credit card or cash deposit are required upon check-in for incidental charges.
    All special requests are subject to availability upon check-in. Special requests made via this Web site cannot be guaranteed and may incur additional charges.

  • Pets not allowed
Check-in time: 
  • 3 PM
Check-out time: 
  • 12 PM
Dining
  • El Refectorio
    Buffet breakfasts, regional specialties, and international dishes are served in a historic setting marked by a wall of embedded pitchers. Mariachi night is presented every Saturday and includes a Mexican buffet and live traditional music.
  • Las Novicias
    This intimate bar offers a quiet spot for drinks overlooking the pool and hotel gardens. Open evenings.
  • Las Bugambilias
    This patio bar with singing fountain offers live music and cocktails. Open evenings.
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