Hotel Hotel Hacienda La Noria in central OaxacaEn Hacienda La Noria pasarás tus vacaciones disfrutando sus instalaciones y su extraordinaria ubicación acompañado de tu familia. Este hotel se esmera en hacer su trabajo lo mejor posible para obtener la satisfacción de sus huéspedes, sirviéndoles con amabilidad y manteniendo en excelente estado sus habitaciones.
Welcome to Hotel Hacienda La Noria in central Oaxaca. Dig the photo to the left (with room service).
Hotel Hotel Hacienda La Noria has a restaurant, lobby bar, meeting and conventions rooms, swimming pool, bar, room service, internet access, mail and fax service, taxi service, doctors on call, air conditioning, safety box, dollar exchange service 24 hours a day, travel agency, parking lot, easy transportation to downtown, business center, catering services, swimming pool.

Hotel Hotel Hacienda La Noria OaxacaThe hotel is located 15 minutes from the main square which is an ideal  location for superb vistas of the city.

Have the best of both worlds. Free shuttle service gets you downtown and at night you have the peace and quiet of this oasis!

Hotel Hotel Hacienda La Noria in central Oaxaca

A small pool and fine restaurant compliment your stay in this enchanting Oaxaca hotel.

From the Hotel Hacienda La Noria the wonder of Oaxaca is at your doorstep...

The restaurant serves Oaxaqueña cuisine at its' best.

All Hotel Hacienda La Noria's comfortable rooms, are distributed in different buildings. The standard rooms, and junior suites are beautifully furnished with satellite TV, minibars, air conditioning in jr suites, sitting areas in jr suites, and other amenities, like cale TV, and nice views of Oaxaca.

Hacienda La Noria se encuentra al sur de Oaxaca, a 10 cuadras del Zócalo, a una cuadra de Plaza Crystal y a 10 minutos del aeropuerto. Por su localización, resulta fácil tener acceso a sitios arqueológicos, museos, mercados y a varias atracciones turísticas de esta bella ciudad.

Luguares famosas muy cercana del hotel in Oaxaca, Mexico:
Plaza Cristal Mall
Airport and first-class bus station
Historical Center and Zocalo (Main Square)
Convento de Santo Domingo
Museo Regional de Oaxaca
Catedral Metropolitana
Casa de Benito Juarez
Arbol del Tule, Mitla
Monte Alban
Yagul archeological ruins
Plenty of buses and taxis roam the area near Oaxaca’s Hacienda La Noria, making travel very easy for you.

Oaxacan girls in local dress near the Hotel Hacienda La Noria in central OaxacaIn 1532 the city was given the royal title of “Noble and Loyal City of Antequera” by the King of Spain, Charles V who had a reputation as being verbose. In 1821 the name was changed to Oaxaca, which is derived from the Náhuatl word huáxyacac, an acacia-like tree that produces an edible seed (if you like eating seeds).
In 1872, after the death of the State's native son, Benito Juarez (Benemérito de las Américas), the city changed its name to Ciudad Oaxaca de Juárez.
Oaxaca City is only four and a half hours from Mexico City via the new highway.
Currently, around a quarter of a million habitants live in the capital city of Oaxaca.

The beautiful state of oaxaca is located in the southerd part of the mexican territory on the pacific Coast.

Its' limits on the north are the states of Puebla and Veracruz, eastbound, by the states of Chiapas and westbound by the states of Guerrero.

The famous and beautiful beaches of Huatulco and Puerto Escondido are found in Oaxaca.
The city of Oaxaca is located on a 45 minute flight or 4.5 hour car trip from Mexico city.
The Hotel Hacienda La Noria is located an the top of the Hill in the middle of a 70,000 sq meter garden.
It offers a breathtaking view of the andcien city center it´sonly a short trip to the airport, or to the archeological sites of Monte Alban and Mitla.

The Church of Santo Domingo opened for worship in 1608 and is one of the best examples of baroque architecture in Mexico.

IT is shown to the left. Just a short distance from the Hotel Hacienda La Noria in central Oaxaca.

The Hotel Hacienda La Noria is 15 minutes from downtown and 15 minutes from the Oaxaca airport.

The happy tourist to the right of the interior of the church is happy staying at Hacienda La Noria in central Oaxaca. And happy she got a good deal with CancunSteve..

If she enters just the right portal she will be lost in another time and place of mideval enchantement.

To demonstrate just click anywhere on the image above.
Now using your arrow keys move the happy girl into the boroque courtyard and try to find that magic portal into the time warp into that magical mideval past.

When you've found it she will dissapear into this magical time and place as you will.

The big tall family tree of Santo Domingo de Guzmán (main-man of the Order) is detailed. It is done in colored and polychrome plasterwork upon the ceiling the artist had to lie on his back on a scaffold and didn't want to go up there (who would). The arched vault of the main nave is also worth visiting and has thirty-six paintings depicting passages from both books of the Bible.
Oaxacan artists working cheap rebuilt the old baroque area in 1959. The eighteenth-century Capilla del Rosario (annexed to the church) is an architectural jewel dedicated to the Virgin of the same name.
Within it there are paintings of the Virgin and of Christ. The joyful, painful, and glorious “mysteries” of the rosary are depicted upon the walls of the church, and upon the ceiling of the choir.
Today the ex-convent houses an excellent museum run by the National Institute of Anthropology and History (INAH). It often hosts folk art exhibits and has an ethno-botanical garden that has tours in both Spanish and English.

OaxacaEnjoy delicious Oaxacan dishes.

Las Cañastas – serves breakfast, lunch and dinner, featuring traditional Oaxacan and International cuisines La Terraza – offers special beverages by the pool La Troje meeting room – 250 pax Conference room
Pool bar. Enjoy your favorite cocktail at the swimming pool surrounded by beautiful gardens. Service from 10 AM to 6 PM

Rates in dollars per night plus 19% tax Jan 8 2018 to Dec 31 2018 except high season which is below

Single SUPERIOR room
air conditioned
JR SUITE single 48
JR SUITE Double 54
LOW SEASON PERIODS: jan 7- 28 mar |apr 4- jul 15|aug 1- 24 oct | nov 7 - dec 16 | those periods not covered below | Aug 1 - Dec 19 2015
HIGH SEASON PERIODS: 19 mar - 3 apr| 16 jul - 31 jul| fiesta de la guelaguetza | oct 25 2016 - nov 6 2016 | santos y muertos | dec 17 2016 - jan 4 2017 | navidad y fin de año |
Single SUPERIOR room 37
JR SUITE single 49
JR SUITE Double 55
up to 2 children up to 11 free staying with parents
up to 2 adults plus 2 children per room or 3 adults and 1 child

Rates in usd per person plus 15% tax and 15% service for meal plans

American breakfast 9
Oaxaqueno breakfast 10
Lunch 15
Dinner 15
lunch or dinner

Rates in PESOS per night plus 19% tax Jan 8 2017 to Dec 31 2017 except high season which is below

Single SUPERIOR room
air conditioned
STANDARD ROOM-double 720
JR SUITE single 850
JR SUITE Double 910
LOW SEASON PERIODS: jan 7- 8 apr |apr 22- jul 20|aug 1- 21 oct |nov 4 - dec 16 2017| those periods not covered below |
HIGH SEASON PERIODS: 19 apr - 21 apr| 16 jul - 31 jul| fiesta de la guelaguetza (see below) | 22 oct - 3 nov | Dec 17 2017 - Jan 4 2018 |
Single SUPERIOR room 700
SUPERIOR ROOM-double 800
JR SUITE single 890
JR SUITE Double 980
up to 2 children up to 11 free staying with parents
up to 2 adults plus 2 children per room or 3 adults and 1 child
additional people in room 260 pesos each per night

Rates in PESOS per person plus 15% tax and 15% service for meal plans

American breakfast 115
Oaxaqueno breakfast 130
Lunch 150
Dinner 130
coffee service 68

Rates in PESOS per person plus 15% tax and 15% service for meal plans

American breakfast 115
Oaxaqueno breakfast 130
Lunch 150
Dinner 130
coffee service 68

El salon La TRoje cuenta con aire aondicionado, sonido y musica ambiental. Tres divisiones y facilidades para proyeccion de acetatos. TV 28 " y videograbadora. Si reservas 10 habitaciones atractivos descuentos en renta del salon de eventos.

a little history:
Once upon a time, ten thousand years ago, the first nomadic families chose to settle in Mitla and take shelter under large overhangs and in shallow caves. So they paid no rent nor taxes.
The nomads collected food from the wild in baskets and nets, and then roasted it on an open wood fire there were no microwaves then. From time to time, families would gather on the banks of the Mitla River and hold a feast to celebrate the harvest with lots of eating, drinking and dancing and you know what.
Higher up at the foot of the valleys, agricultural terraces were discovered where corn and beans were cultivated. This sets the gradual change of life from nomadic to sedentary. Groups of families established here and built houses and made pottery. These were the first agricultural communities in Oaxaca and were located in Abasolo, Tomaltepec, in the Mogote.
These families, although few in number, fostered the Oaxaca valley paradise. Enormous trees, thirty meters high, wild herbs and orchids in a wide range of diversity once thrived here. Waters flowed in clear streams from the forested mountain cliffs. The wildlife of the forest was rich and varied.
Zapotecs established their own knowledge about nature by observing the seasons realizing winter is colder than summer, the annual rainfall and temperature changes. Their calendar was mainly based upon the sun, but the wind, lightening and thunder and rain also constituted important elements for their observation.
With the aim to express their knowledge about the Universe and eager to have power, Zapotecs built pyramid platforms at specific places in the natural surroundings. The most ancient of these pyramid cloisters can be found in a small town outside of Oaxaca called El Mogote, which means The Hump. Do not confuse with dry-hump.
From this pyramid the visitors can see the mountains where, later on, Monte Albán City was built.
Do take the time to visit Monte Alban and send our regards.
Aqui cumbres de más de tres mil metros de altura (mas alto que Marina), cavernas que se encuentran entre las más profundas del mundo, playas vírgenes, selvas escondidas y valles luminosos.
Playas como Puerto Escondido, Puerto Angel, y Huatulco.

El estado de Oaxaca es descrito en numerosas ocasiones por los propios viajeros como “grandioso”. Su variedad y multiculturalidad, lo convierte es uno de los estados más representativos de la esencia de México. Y si queremos hacer un Gran Tour por el país, sería imposible dejar fuera del itinerario a Oaxaca.

Oaxaca y el Hacienda la Noria se mueve al ritmo de las buenas tradiciones, como la guelaguetza (su fiesta más importante y basada en el concepto de ofrenda), pero sin renunciar al presente, con embajadores de su tierra como Manuel “El Flaco” Ibáñez. Uno de los personajes más conocidos del cine en México es sin duda Manuel Ibáñez Martínez, originario de Oaxaca. Cuenta con un gran currículum en el cine y la televisión mexicana.
Lic. Benito Juárez nació el 21 de Marzo de 1806 en Oaxaca (lejos del Hotel Hacienda la Noria). y murió el 18 de Julio de 1872 a consecuencia de un ataque de una vagina sobre su pecho.
El dice educacion gratuito y laico. Esta bien laico. Pero gratuito? Si los mexicanos sacan sus escuincles del escuelas privadas no cabe en los publicas.
Ademas los maestros publicos estan bloqueando carreteras.

Guelaguetza que se celebra cerca del Hacienda la Noria, es una palabra en lengua zapoteca que significa ofrenda o presente. O algo mas?
En una forma amplia, es un acto generoso de dar, cuando la ocasión se presenta, y que siempre será correspondido por aquel que recibió.
Guelaguetza de los Lunes del Cerro cerca su hospedaje en Oaxaca.
Los hombres y mujeres de las ocho regiones del estado hacen en esta fiesta una ofrenda a los habitantes de la Ciudad de Oaxaca que los reciben gustosos.
De los Valles Centrales, de La Cañada, del Papaloapan, de La Mixteca, Hitec A, de La Costa, del Istmo de Tehuantepec, de las Sierras Norte y Sierra Sur y Sierra Madre (puro madre) llegan a ofrendar los productos de la Tierra a sus anfitriones (tu).
Al parecer, estas fiestas tienen su origen en la época colonial y están relacionadas con la llamada Fiesta de Corpus Christi del templo del Carmen Alto, que los Carmelitas construyeron en las faldas de un cerro al que los zapotecas habían llamado de la Bella Vista o vista muy padre, y se celebraba el lunes siguiente al 16 de julio, que se celebra en el rito católico la Virgen del Carmen y se repetía ocho días después.

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