Hotel Parador San Agustin

Calle Armenta y Lopez # 215, Col. Centro , Oaxaca, 68000

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The Hotel Parador San Agustin is a full renovated 16th-century property that is located in a convenient spot in Oaxaca. Some of the attractions within walking distance of the hotel include the Oaxaca Textile Museum, the Macedonio Alcala Theater and Zocalo Square. This family-friendly hotel offers standard rooms with two double beds that can comfortably accommodate four family members. Amenities that are included for families are free Wi-Fi, extra beds and complimentary cribs. Guests staying at the hotel can dine at the hotel’s restaurant that is open for breakfast. Other dining opportunities are located in the immediate vicinity.

Our Editor Loves

  • Historic setting
  • Rooms accommodating four
  • Convenient location

Family Interests

  • Bicycling
  • Golf
  • Hiking
  • Horse Back Riding
  • Museum/Cultural
  • Water Parks

Family Amenities

  • Cribs
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Laundry
  • Onsite Dining


Four star boutique hotel

by CMS_on_vacation

Welcome to the 'local' and 'interior' part of Oaxaca. Just a couple of blocks away from the zocala. Hotel has a small, breakfast type restaurant at the front. Be aware, there is no elevator. Rooms are on the ground floor and the second floor. You won't need A/C - I doubt there are many places in this part of Mexico that actually DO have A/C!

Warm friendly staff, and a few of them do speak English but if you are not interested in immersing yourself in the local businesses, this probably is not the place for you; that said, I loved this place.

I would stay there again even though my Spanish is very marginal!

Pleasant spot steps from the Zocalo

by drducc

I booked this hotel because of its location, price, and reviews and could not be happier! The room is large and comfortable with a balcony overlooking the street. There is no AC, and street noise might bother some since an open window and fans keep the room cool, but I love the connection to the life of the city. Breakfast, included if you pay cash for the room, is delish with lots of choices. If you have to pay, it’s still a bargain!

The Zocalo with its restaurants and people watching is a short block away and San Domingo is a pleasant stroll up the street.