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Quinta Real Oaxaca in Oaxaca, Mexico

Situated in Southern Mexico, southeast of Mexico City, Quinta Real Oaxaca; exudes classic beauty and rich colonial history. Part of the LVX collection of Preferred Hotels & Resorts, this former convent of Santa Catalina was built in 1576 and has been meticulously restored to its early Spanish Baroque splendor. You'll travel back in time as you stroll its tiled corridors adorned with original frescoes. Opening onto flower-filled gardens and the picturesque streets of Oaxaca, the bedrooms and suites showcase the simple elegance and tranquil spirit of this ancient sanctuary.

Mingling with ancient Zapotec and Mixtec influences, Oaxaca's colonial heritage dates back 300 years. Begin your exploration of this resonant culture just four blocks away at the Zócalo, home to museums, galleries and Church of Santo Domingo cathedral. Here, discover the vibrant traditions that influenced artists such as Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera, and be sure to sample one of the classic moles that the region is famous for. For day tripping, the outskirts of town offer the ancient ruins of Monte Alban, and for a relaxing nightcap, the hotel's charming Novicias bar resides beneath romantic archways in a secluded poolside setting.

Location of Quinta Real Oaxaca

Quinta Real Oaxaca
5 de Mayo 300, Centro
Oaxaca, Mexico

Nearest Airport: OAX

Amenities for Quinta Real Oaxaca

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  • 24-Hour Room Service
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  • Pool
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  • Mini Bar
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Reviews for Quinta Real Oaxaca

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TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Located in a building that used to be a convent, in a great location. Every corner is beautifully adorned in the same style. The staff is friendly and helpful. The restaurant has a Oaxacan menu, and you should try the “fish ceviche”, the best I’ve had in my life!!! The rooms are simple and cozy. The only trouble I had was that they told me that they needed me to change rooms for the last 2 nights of my stay because I had to stay longer than planned and they were having a wedding at the hotel. I refused because I really didn’t have time to pack and unpack again, but they fixed that immediately and I didn’t have to change rooms. Since it is an old building and I am a fearful person, the exterior room with a window to the street was perfect, but if you are not like me, the interior rooms are also beautiful and more quiet.

totonchas - Mexico City, Mexico

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 2 weeks ago

My wife and I visited Oaxaca for the first time and stayed at this beautiful jewel of a hotel from the 23rd to the 28th of September.We couldn't have imagined how beautiful and historic this place was just by looking at pictures and reading about it on the web but by being their in person just blows your mind.It really takes you back in time and you really are in awe once you step into this amazing place.From the moment we arrived to the moment we left we were treated with so much respect and hospitality from all the staff that work here.I would just like to mention a few of the staff members that took care of our every day need during our stay, Jorge-reception,Josue,Alejandro,Miguel,Miguel Angel,Julio,Ramiro,Enrique and the rest of the staff at the restaurant,ThankYou! Thomas-the person that took care of lighting all the candles on premises always with a smile on his face and very welcoming every time we saw him,the housekeepers that took care of our room,Thank You!,and to all of those wonderful employees I didn't mention ThankYou! Our room was on the 2nd floor room 226 as we requested overlooking the nuns wash basin which was an amazing view from our room and specially at night when lit.The restaurant on the premises serves some outstanding food from their breakfast to their dinner menus so we had the privilege of eating their every day of our stay.I want to also mention the grounds,we couldn't get enough of the beauty and architecture of this historic building,just walking around the grounds really gives you a sense of how life was in those days.I could go on and on about this beautiful hotel but you have to experience it yourself so don't hesitate or think twice about staying here just book it and you will not regret it.This hotel is centrally located and walking distance to pretty much everything.Oaxaca is a beautiful and historic state with so much to see and do,I just wish we could have stayed their longer but we will definitely be back very soon.Enjoy your trip.Thanks again Quinta Real Oaxaca for a wonderful stay.

Fernando E - Chula Vista, California

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 month ago

After an exciting few days in Mexico City we traveled to Oaxaca and stayed in the hotel Quinta Real. The history and beautifully condition of the ruins in the hills surrounding the city were just wonderful. The hotel is beautiful and feels like walking in to an oasis of calm and tranquility. A must stay hotel in my opinion. What was of the greatest surprise was the city of Oaxaca and the surrounding villages are absolutely spotlessly clean, the people incredibly friendly and the city comes alive at night. A must see in Mexico with its wonderful history.

Alan S - Marbella, Spain

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 month ago

I didn't realise that this review hadn't posted from ages ago. The hotel was spectacular, and the history impressive. There was an event on one of the nights which made it pretty noisy, but I think that was a one off. The rooms were spotless with very helpful and friendly staff. Breakfast was insane! Ridiculous options. Highlight for me. You could eat anything and as much as you liked (before it became socially unacceptable to eat another plate of tacos for breakfast). Also sneak extra bread rolls and feed the birdies at breakfast. Pretty sure that you are not supposed to but the birds liked it and they made the whole ambiance so peaceful with their tweeting.

CFTphonehome - London, United Kingdom

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 month ago

Very comfortable rooms (strangely mis-labled "suites") in beautifully atmospheric surroundings. Excellent location to explore Oaxaca on foot. Breakfast was expensive (approx. US$ 18) and not that great. Service was a bit random and at times disinterested.

RCAQUA - The Hague, The Netherlands

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