- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
TripAdvisor Reviews Suites Colibri Oaxaca
Travel Blogs from Oaxaca
... we headed back to the bus station Leandro bought a new hat that suits perfectly to our explorations and adventures. <b>Walking through Oaxaca</b> The historical center of Oaxaca belongs to the Unesco heritages and is a typical colonial town with colorful houses and lots of churches and cathedrales from the spanish time. Oaxaca was once a rich region and the spanish guy who got this region as a present from the king of Spain was one of the richest persons ...
I am completely in love with Oaxaca! Can I move here?
This charming colonial city (pronounced wa-HAH-ka), with its Zapotec influence, is a UNESCO World Heritage site in the central southern part of Mexico. It has a great vibe all year round, but on Christmas it's really something special. Of course, Mexico is a country where Christmas is a Really Big Deal (TM) everywhere. But I'd venture to say that this is the place to be right now. Hey, it sure beats my usual Christmas ...
... misjudged the moss on a rock - all good, I fell in a way to protect the Nikon forget about any bruises, the camera is safe.
We get lunch at a local shack and it is nom nom. One of the best meals we've had. There are two options so Hinesh and I decide to get both and share so we can both taste them. We get zanohoria (carrot) soup first and it is so good. The mains then came out one dish is chicken with rice and potato - so simple but the chicken was cooked so well and ...
... got one of the two beds in the home while a mother, four kids and a set of elderly grandparents curled up together in the other bed. Had Elly and Toni not been visiting, the grandparents would have had that bed, but the other five regularly and happily slept in one bed.)
But it is not just the quantity of time that the kids are with their parents that makes a difference. The children are also given a type of attention in a way that they ...
... the Dead. It is really three full days of activities which Marc will describe later on, but with attendant Mexican horn bands playing until 1 am outside our window, firecrackers, big explosions setting off multitudes of barking dogs and car alarms ... all of which make Rosie a bit, let's say, jumpy. But when worse comes to worst, underneath the master bedroom bed is a great place to hide, Rosie says. She is pretty comfortable in general, though.
Other places to stay in Oaxaca
Avenida Jalisco 15, Oaxaca | 3 star hotelfrom $62
Carretera Internacional Km 545, Oaxaca | 3 star hotelfrom $85
Avenida Universidad 140, Oaxaca | 2 star hotelfrom $70
299 Halltop Cir, Waynesville | B&Bfrom $107
Calle 5 de Mayo 300, Oaxaca | 4 star hotelfrom $131
- Oh la la...
- A beautiful, unique property!
Calzada Porfirio Diaz 102, Oaxaca | 2 star hotelfrom $70
Avenida Eduardo Mata 1918, Oaxaca | 3 star hotelfrom $67
Portal de Claveria S N Centro, Oaxaca | 3 star hotelfrom $90
Ave. Venus 118, Oaxaca | 4 star hotelfrom $79
Calzado Madero 1254, Oaxaca | 2 star hotelfrom $46
20 de Noviembre 212, Oaxaca | 3 star hotelfrom $105
Avenida Hidalgo 918 Centro, Oaxaca | 2 star hotelfrom $90
Pino Suarez 410, Oaxaca | 3 star hotelfrom $63
Sabino Crespo, 313, Oaxaca | 3 star hotelfrom $64
Av. Jose Maria Morelos No. 601, Oaxaca | 1 star hotelfrom $104
Hidalgo 21, Oaxaca | 4 star hotelfrom $183
- Heaven at a Hacienda
- Extraordinary hotel
- Lovely Hacienda
Calzada Madero 224 , Oaxaca | 4 star hotelfrom $59
Av Independencia 503, Oaxaca | 4 star hotelfrom $105
Bustamente No. 103, Oaxaca | 2 star hotelfrom $54
Pino Suarez 517, Oaxaca | Hotelfrom $44
- Nice hotel with terrific owner/hostess
- Wonderful Hotel
- Un hotel sympathique
Tinoco y Palacios 414, Oaxaca | Hotelfrom $66
- What a Sweet Vibe!
- Pleasant but impersonal
- An excellent small hotel!!!
Tinoco y Palacios 411, Oaxaca | Hotelfrom $37
- A great place to stay
- Great for the price
- Great little place in town!