Makati, Philippines (PressExposure) November 04, 2009 -- Parador San Agustin, a four-star accommodation located along Armenta y Lopez in Oaxaca City, Mexico invites travelers to experience the Night of the Radishes, a festival on 23 December 2009. The venue will be at the Zocalo, which is within walking distance from the hotel.
The Night of the Radishes is one of the most anticipated celebrations in the city. Every December, radishes are transformed into unique sculptures that usually reflect Oaxacan history and culture. By late afternoon of 23 December 2009, the Zocalo, which is the main plaza, will be filled with radish sculptures showcasing the creativity of the artists who are all vying to win first place.
The winners will be announced by night time, but the celebration doesnât end there. On 24 December, there will be a parade of floats made by the many different local churches. The following day is filled with fireworks, dancing, and music as the locals continue to celebrate the grand fiesta, which ends in a traditional Christmas dinner.
When planning to visit Oaxaca, a recommended accommodation provider is Parador San Agustin Hotel. It is a four-star establishment that offers first-class accommodations and services guests will appreciate. Its architecture reflects the beauty of the 16th century period, and it has been rebuilt with modern fixtures for the guestsâ convenience.
Its 16 guestrooms overlook the courtyard and are fitted with amenities such as cable TV, telephone, hair dryer, and Wi-Fi. Each room also includes a private bathroom as well. The hotel also provides services such as laundry, car rental, parking, handicap access, and room service.
Its location makes it a primary choice for travelers who want to experience the Night of the Radishes, since the Zocalo is within walking distance. Aside from this, the hotel is also near tourist attractions such as Casa de Benito Juarez, Zapotec Center of Monte Alban, and Santo Domingo Metropolitan Church.
For more information on this Mexico hotel and to book accommodations, visit http://www.paradorsanagustinhotel-oaxaca.com