Welcome to Hotel Casa de Sierra Azul, Oaxaca, Mexico
This impressive Oaxacan mansion built in the XIX century, considered a patrimony of humanity by UNESCO, is located in the heart of downtown Oaxaca city only two blocks away from the zocalo and the city’s cathedral and 5 blocks away from Santo Domingo. With its typical colonial balconies, the original wooden door and its central patio, the hotel is distinguished by its high level of comfort, service and excellent taste.
When entering the central patio of the hotel, one immediately gets transported to the magical and evocative memory of high class XIX century Mexico, the archway still has the original paintings, its fountain built of green quarry stone or cantera has the name of “La verde antequera” (The green antequera).
The beautiful entrance to Hotel Casa de Sierra Azul in the Historic Center of Oaxaca
The relaxing colonial courtyard of our Oaxaca hotel has been restored to its former glory
Today, “Hotel Casa de Sierra Azul” equals its original beauty due to the impeccable restoration work, while keeping it's character, elegance and essence of years gone by. The hotel provides the highest quality of comfort and preserves Oaxaca’s cultural legacy while providing our guests with the best of the modern world, treating them with unbeatable Mexican warmness and personalized attention is our distinctive stamp.
The Hotel has a unique atmosphere that contributes to the tranquility of our guests and co-workers. It`s the ideal option for the Oaxaca tourist and honeymooners that seek an authentic, romantic and magical place, also for business men or women that require wireless access to the Internet. Here you`ll enjoy the delights of Oaxaca`s culinary legacy accompanied with the finest wine and a menu that’s really worth mentioning, all this under the marvelous oaxacan sky.
Prepare to live a magical experience of luxury and comfort, feel at home and enjoy life at Casa de Sierra Azul Hotel, Oaxaca, Mexico.
Our hotel staff will make you feel at home!
"Quaint restoration, anchored by a spectacular central patio fringed with high-ceilinged rooms that are a tad on the darker side (common to this type of hotel layout where the rooms border the courtyard on one side and the street on the other, and skylights provide illumination without dispensing with privacy.)"
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