Location is key to getting the most out of any city. Staying somewhere central, with easy walkable access to main attractions, is the surest way to experience all a city has to offer. That’s what makes the aptly-named City Centro Hotel such an ideal place for exploring Oaxaca. Strategically located within walking distance of the city’s historic center, this hotel offers convenient access to the everything that makes up the cultural heartbeat of Oaxaca.
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Indeed, since City Centro Hotel is situated in Jalatlaco, one of Oaxaca’s most interesting neighborhoods, full of cobbled streets, adobe houses, and colorful urban art murals. Since it’s right near the city center, guests are just a short walk away from Oaxaca’s most prominent attractions. From historical sites to bustling markets and top-notch restaurants, the best of Oaxaca is right at your doorstep.
City Centro Hotel is known for its décor that marries modern design with traditional Oaxacan elements. Each room is elegantly furnished and equipped with blackout blinds, ensuring a peaceful retreat from the city buzz. Despite being in the heart of the city, the hotel maintains a tranquil atmosphere. The hotel also offers a complimentary shuttle service, allowing guests to navigate the town with ease.
Your base for exploring Oaxaca
Now that you’ve got your accommodation right in the heart of the city, it’s time to start exploring. Start your by checking out the historic center, a UNESCO World Heritage site, where you’ll find beautifully preserved colonial architecture, markets, and iconic landmarks like Santo Domingo Church. Visit the Museo de las Culturas de Oaxaca to delve into the region’s ancient history. Don’t miss the chance to taste local culinary delights at Mercado 20 de Noviembre, especially the famous Oaxacan mole and tlayudas. For nature lovers, a trip to Hierve el Agua, a petrified waterfall, offers breathtaking views and geological formations. You can also immerse yourself in local craftsmanship by visiting artisanal workshops in nearby villages, where you can witness the creation of traditional Oaxacan textiles and pottery.