Grand Fiesta Americana Oaxaca

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Located in Oaxaca City, a 16-minute walk from Downtown Oaxaca de Juarez, Grand Fiesta Americana Oaxaca has accommodations with a restaurant, free private parking and a bar. The property is around 11.3 km from Monte Alban, an 8-minute walk from Santo Domingo Temple and 2.1 km from Oaxaca Cathedral. T...

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Located in Oaxaca City, a 16-minute walk from Downtown Oaxaca de Juarez, Grand Fiesta Americana Oaxaca has accommodations with a restaurant, free private parking and a bar. The property is around 11.3 km from Monte Alban, an 8-minute walk from Santo Domingo Temple and 2.1 km from Oaxaca Cathedral. The property provides room service and free WiFi throughout the property. At the hotel all rooms have a private bathroom. Tule Tree is 9.7 km from Grand Fiesta Americana Oaxaca, while Central Bus Station foreign buses is a 7-minute walk from the property. The nearest airport is Oaxaca International A...

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Check-in starts at: 15:00

Check-out ends at: 11:00

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Outstanding in every way! Beautiful hotel with great staff. Perfect location.

Reviewed 12 january, 2022

Oaxaca is what you might picture when envisioning a traditional Mexican city. Beautiful cobblestone streets, flowering trees, people outside enjoying the park, and colorful murals. Grand Fiesta Americana Oaxaca is right in the middle of town and within walking distance to most of the top destinations in the city. Perfect location -- both for exploring the city or going to nearby attractions like Hierve El Agua or Monte Alban. The hotel design is amazing from an architectural standpoint. When you first walk in from the street, they have a large modern courtyard with plants. It is a very modern/contemporary style that incorporates distinctive Mexican elements. Once inside the lobby, you are in for a treat as well. The hotel has a retractable ceiling. When it is sealed, it looks like a basket-like material. When it is opened, you experience the outdoors. In short, this isn't some non-descript Marriott or Hyatt. The hotel is very well planned and the details are apparent everywhere. Little cactus gardens adorn the ends of the hallways and the indoor pool is a unique rectangular share. The whole space feels like a luxury retreat. Similarly, the rooms are beautiful. Very nice design elements -- particularly in the bathrooms. My room had a large "rain- shower" and dual sinks. High-end fixtures, complementary robes/slippers, and L'Occitane bath products. We also had club access with our room and, quite frankly, this was one of the better perks we've enjoyed at a hotel. Their complementary appetizers and drinks were outstanding. Likewise, I really enjoyed their breakfast selections. Service: I had to really rave about the hotel staff in this review. Before I begin, let me say that this isn't one of those reviews where you might notice a seemingly "scripted" reference to a staff member. I was not asked to mention names nor did any staff member ask me to write a review. But, with all sincerity, the staff at Grand Fiesta Americana were top notch. I am so appreciative of the front desk, housekeeping, and club lounge staff -- so friendly and professional. In particular, Andrea (Concierge) was outstanding! She arranged out airport transfers and 2 tours. These arrangements were flawless and I felt like her help was extremely valuable. In addition, after the trip, we discovered that we left a handmade wool blanket that we purchased while visiting. This was one of our nicer souvenirs. So, we were bummed that we mistakenly left it. With Andrea's help, I was able to get the blanket shipped back (using a label that I emailed to her). This made our day and we are so thankful. Food: The food at Grand Fiesta is excellent. We had lunch at the hotel one day and it was one of our better meals. I understand that they have a top-rated chef in charge of their kitchen. So, the quality and presentation are very good. My kids (who can be pickier) even enjoyed their food. Moreover, if you want real Oaxaca food, you can get it here! Cleanliness: Again, the hotel was excellent. Rooms and facilities were extremely clean. It is obvious that they have very high standards. Likewise, they have hand sanitizers all over the hotel and are well-prepared for preventing the spread of germs. Overall: If you are planning to visit Oaxaca, stay here. Business or vacation -- they will take care of you. Highly recommended!

Justin H

Great service from activity personnel

Reviewed 19 december, 2021

Best was the concierge, especially Andrea with great activity recommendations and reservations. The driver, Hector Morales went above and beyond in his tours. The hotel is beautiful and in a great location, walking distance to all major Oaxaca attractions. Can’t wait to come back for more culture, delicious cuisine and reasonable prices!


Great Property

Reviewed 14 november, 2021

Very nice hotel with excellent staff. Highly recommend. Architecture and space design is beautiful. Spacious room, comfortable bed, clean. No complaints whatsoever. Covid 19 responsible with safety precautions in place.


Dr. Jose Villa

Reviewed 14 november, 2021

The hotel is excellent, the serves was very good, the food wow, very clean, the personnel specially Lic. Andrea, and I will recommend a very good driver by the name Gonzalo Cuevas, both are very knowledgeable about of Oaxaca. So I will recommend highly this Hotel, in fact I will come back in July of 2022.


Nice staff, comfortable rooms, awkward "luxury."

Reviewed 6 november, 2021

Modern hotel slightly off-center. For starters, cool indoor pool and lovely interior design but then super weird turn-off features like rooms facing utility corridors. So the only view from my room in this gorgeously scenic city is of an internal hallway. How weird is that? Who designs these things? Also, for a hotel that bills and charges as a luxury hotel they put in coffee machines, as expected, but charge you $3 to use one of those Nespresso pellets (only found out on checking out). Once again, who does that? That's never happened to me in any hotel from a budget hotel upwards. On the upside, staff and management extremely nice.