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All reviewsgreat locationhot waterbenito juarezfloor standing fanchocolate shopsmall coffee shopcomfortable roomsbalcony doorcute hotelchilaquilestiny roomdirectly across the streetold colonialgarden courtyardyogurtwalking distancewould highly recommend this hotel
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Reviewed January 2, 2006

This was my second time staying there. The hotel is literally across the street from the Mercado Benito Juarez, which is a colorful & fun place day & night, and only one block from the zocalo. The hotel lobby & restaurant are lovely, the staff is very friendly & helpful, everything is very clean and bright & colorful, and our room--ground floor facing the courtyard--was very comfortable and as quiet as could be, despite the VERY central location of the hotel. Also, the restaurant in the hotel (Chacho's) is very inexpensive but very tasty.

  • Stayed: December 2005
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6  Thank Cruiser5129
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Reviewed January 3, 2005

We were attracted by the colors and curves of the spiral staircase in the lobby of this gem located only a block from the zocolo/main square. Although initially concerned that its central location across the street from the busy Juarez Market would be noisy, we were pleased to sleep soundly throughout our five nights. These nights included big festivals on the nights of Dec. 23 and 24 that centred on the zocolo. Our third-storey room had a glimpse of the surrounding hills and overlooked a lovely courtyard decorated with poinsettias for the 2004 Christmas season. It was spacious, sunny, tastefully appointed with local art and Mexican colors. The high-season room rate was reasonable (only $55 U.S., including taxes, per night for a “sencillo”—a room with a double bed). Breakfast was handy, too, at the hotel restaurant. Overall service was friendly and helpful, especially regarding day trips that we arranged at the tour desk in the lobby. Compared with several other accommodations that we personally checked out in Oaxaca, including B & Bs, we felt we had a sweet deal at our lucky clover, the Trebol. (E-mail: hotrebol@prodigy.net.mx)

  • Stayed: December 2004
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Stayed: September 2018, travelled with family
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Stayed: August 2018, travelled as a couple
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Stayed: August 2018, travelled as a couple
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