Finding an ideal quaint hotel in Oaxaca does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Hotel Azucenas, a nice option for travellers like you.
Azucenas Hotel offers guests an array of room amenities including a minibar, and getting online is possible, as free wifi is available.
The hotel offers 24 hour front desk, a rooftop terrace, and a concierge, to make your visit even more pleasant. The property also features a lounge.
Nearby landmarks such as Basílica de la Soledad (0.1 mi) and Amate Books (0.3 mi) make Azucenas Hotel a great place to stay when visiting Oaxaca.
While you’re here, be sure to check out some of the Mediterranean restaurants, including Mexita, Cafe Bistrot Epicuro, and Trattoria y Pizzeria Ciao Italia "pañuelito", all of which are a short distance from Azucenas Hotel.
There is no shortage of things to do in the area: explore popular parks such as Parque Juarez El Llano and Plazuela del Carmen Alto.
Hotel Azucenas puts the best of Oaxaca at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
Lovely room which looked out onto small internal courtyard. Loved breakfast on the roof terrace and also the honesty bar for a beer before heading out for dinner. Staff were very helpful. Good location
My wife and I stayed at Azucenas for eight nights. The staff were great and helped us arrange drivers for side trips. Best part was hanging out with other guests on the roof top deck to talk and arrange trips together. I would definitely go back to the same place if we return for another stay.
We spent five nights here last week and could have stayed more, it is such a comfortable and welcoming place. The staff goes out of its way to make your visit a pleasant one, from making recommendations, arranging for taxis and tours, even providing us with a very reasonable cooking lesson with the hotel's cook. Some guests return year after year and we can see why.
On a friend's recommendation, we booked this hotel for a November week, just after Dia de los Muertos. The location is perfect - just a few blocks from Plaza Sto. Domingo and the Zocalo, but far enough away to have serenity. The rooms and beds are comfortable and efficient. The breakfasts are delicious and ample. We loved sitting out on the rooftop patio with garden to look out on the town and listen to its music. The staff is very attentive and kind. They go out of their way to make guests feel comfortable and welcome. We can't praise their generous hospitality enough.
We took the 3-hour rooftop tamale cooking class with Clara. She did all the necessary prep before our class so we could focus in making, cooking and eating tamales. Clara spent three weeks (!) making the mole before class. She explained that letting the toasted ingredients rest for a couple of weeks before making the mole eliminates the bitter/smokey flavor that is often found in mole negro. She asked us to choose the tamales we wanted to make before the class: we chose mole negro with chicken, mole amarillo with vegetables, and black bean tamales. They were all delicious and we learned some skills, which we will employ making tamales for our friends when we get home. In addition to a great educational experience, it was great fun. Our Spanish is weak and Clara is not an expert in English, but that didn't hamper our learning or enjoyment. She limits the class size to 3-4 people, which is great. We made about size dozen tamales. At just 500 pesos per person, it is also a real bargain.…