Oaxaca Budget Lodging Near Centro Historico, Oaxaca
Oaxaca Accommodation, Rental Room, South Central Mexico
Great location in a private home within minutes of the center
Regional dance of Oaxaca
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Zocalo Restaurants face the pedestrian only plaza in the center of the preserved colonial city
Shopping on the pedestrian only streets
Festival and parade on the Zocalo
Oaxaca is a festive city year round but several seasonal holidays spice up the action. One of the busiest times is Christmas Week, another, Easter Week.
Another busy time is the regional parades and dance performances that take place during Guelaguetza in July.
The most intriguing ceremony and perhaps the most important to the indigenous population is the Day of the Dead in October/November, this is the annual cemetery visit and candlelit vigil at graveside.
Pedestrian only street the Alcala. The rental room is on a private drive,just off this street, eight blocks to the north
Note: Winter can be cool in the mountains; Oaxaca is at 5000 feet elevation. Summers are perfect with a strong mid day sun but comfortable temperatures. Air conditioning in never needed nor is heat in the ideal climate of Oaxaca
Oaxaca Budget Lodging in a private home, gated entrance, free parking, walk to the center. This modern accommodation offers Internet, use of full kitchen, private bath, and an easy walk to the Zocalo.
The rent for this room with double bed includes all the amenities for 150 Pesos per night, 200 Pesos for two people.
The room is available for two weeks maximum.
Pay daily or for the week once you arrive in Oaxaca.
The room includes a private bathroom with shower next to the bedroom and use of a full kitchen and a patio sitting area.
Cobble streets lead from the house, located in a neighborhood of weaving families, to the center of Oaxaca City, the Zocalo
The rental room is located in a private home in the Zocalo, the center of Oaxaca's preserved colonial district.
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The host family, an artist and an archaeologist, speak French, Spanish, and English.
Two small dogs live in the house
Entrance and patio
The accommodation offers Internet, use of full kitchen, private bath, and an easy walk to the Zocalo.
Use of the kitchen, electric stove and refrigerator is included in the room rent
The room looks out on an enclosed patio.
Ruin sites such as Monte Alban, Yagul, and Dainzu are within the Oaxaca Valley and can be reached for ruin sites tours by private taxi, public bus, and auto.