Casa Fayette

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Property Location With a stay at Casa Fayette in Guadalajara (Greater Guadalajara), you'll be close to Monumento a los Ninos Heroes and Hospicio Cabanas. This boutique hotel is within close proximity of United States Consulate Guadalajara and Jaime Torres Bodet Teatro.Rooms Make yourself at home in ...

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Property Location With a stay at Casa Fayette in Guadalajara (Greater Guadalajara), you'll be close to Monumento a los Ninos Heroes and Hospicio Cabanas. This boutique hotel is within close proximity of United States Consulate Guadalajara and Jaime Torres Bodet Teatro.Rooms Make yourself at home in one of the 37 air-conditioned rooms featuring minibars and LED televisions. Complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and cable programming is available for your entertainment. Private bathrooms with showers feature rainfall showerheads and complimentary toiletries. Conveniences in...

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Check-in starts at: 15:00

Check-out ends at: 11:00

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Bad experience with Marriott this time

Reviewed 13 november, 2021

Not a good experience with Marriott this time, we arrived at midnight and the place is not easy to recognize as there is not a good sign for it and illumination is poor. We were upgrade to what they told us was a "luxury room" however, nothing in the room was luxurious. The room was really clean and modern, but not spacious, very small TV and a terribly view. The worst thing was that we were not able to rest because there's a discotheque across the street and the music volume makes a good sleep impossible. The discotheque has nothing to do with the hotel, however they should be responsible telling you about that issue and the guest would be able to take a different decision or request a quiet room, on the other side, a sound isolation system should be installed. Staff was kind and prices are good, but would never come back again.



Reviewed 6 september, 2021

Ruined Electronics and Leather So this place has faulty safes. Turned out when you put your stuff in a safe although you put the code in it locks. Happened it two rooms. The last room I had they literally has to use a torch and when they did that it made the contents which Included my computer iPad cell phones and leather wallet Smokey and with hot particles in it


Ideal Location and Property

Reviewed 30 august, 2021

We have rarely enjoyed a stay as much as we did at Casa Habita. Our weeklong stay actually began before we arrived through consultation with the concierge Kenya. Thanks to her excellent suggestions we had restaurant reservations booked almost nightly and a couple of tours booked, too. Not one restaurant was disappointing. In fact, they were each amazing dining experiences. What a marvelous foodie scene there is in GDL! The tours Kenya booked included one of Tequila (the town) with The Agave Experience and another with Xavier, a local tour guide who was a walking library of information. Both tours surpassed our expectations. We enjoyed a complimentary upgrade to a Junior Suite which was spacious and included a king size bed. Although we didn't get the balcony we had preferred, we really enjoyed opening the window in our room and the green view of treetops. It was also easy to sleep in the cool room and quiet neighborhood. The hotel was clean and our room was clean and tidied each day. The robes and towels were thick and luxurious, too. We really enjoyed a couple of spa treatments that we felt were reasonably priced especially for a hotel. My husband proclaimed the massage was one of the best in his life. We frequented the spa almost daily to enjoy the complimentary steam room and sauna which were both in superb condition and HOT! After a good sweat, we loved relaxing on the terrace just outside of the spa to enjoy the 9th floor view and cool breezes. Although we don't eat breakfast daily at home, we sure did enjoy the complimentary breakfast which was served at tables on the patio. Unlike the dreadful American hotel breakfasts of packaged dry and tasteless food, here we lapped up plates of fresh fruit, smoked salmon, meats and cheeses, chilaquiles, fresh juices and hot coffee. This breakfast was more than enough and we especially indulged in the delicious house-baked bread and pastries which made us feel we were definitely on vacation. Christian was often our server and his English was excellent. The hotel location was discreet and my husband also enjoyed a nice shave and facial from the independent barber on the first floor. We enjoy walking wherever we are and were delighted with the sites, restaurants, cafes, old buildings and new that we discovered walking in every direction around the hotel. We didn't spend over 80 pesos on Uber rides to restaurants, the Juan de Dios mercado, the Cathedral, Centro, and other sites. There is not one thing we would change about this trip. When we return to Guadalajara, we won't even look at another hotel property. Casa Habita provided everything we could possibly want and is an ideal location for all you want to do.


Great staff and cool hotel but please fix the "blackout curtains"!

Reviewed 24 august, 2021

I love most of what this hotel offers: great location, super friendly staff, great restaurants and common areas, stylish room and comfy cloud-like beds. My only criticism- and it's been the same in the 3 different rooms that I've stayed in- is that the "blackout curtains" are not long enough to fully block out the light and as a result I can never sleep in as I like to on holiday. The curtains are a pretty unsightly off-white vinyl kind of material as well, which really takes away from the aesthetic appeal of the room. I would love it if they were replaced by some plush velvet curtains that made the rooms look cool and cozy and also effectively blocked out the light. That's the only issue preventing me from giving this cool hotel 5 stars and recommending it to everyone I know who's heading to Guadalajara!


Fantastic Hotel in a great location

Reviewed 20 august, 2021

We just had 3 nights at Casa Habita to celebrate my birthday and we absolutely loved it. We were in a well-priced junior suite on the 6th floor with great city views. The room was spotless, very chic and loft-like with polished cement floors and a luxurious marble bathroom. Lafayette, the neighborhood is perfect and very walkable. All our favorite cafes and restaurants are an easy 5-10 minute walk: La Panga, El Peligro, Bruna, Hueso. Habita also allows dogs for a small extra fee so it was great to bring our little pup along with us. The staff are wonderful too - Talina at the front desk even sent a delicious dessert to our room for my birthday. The hotel restaurant and bar are also very good. And we also made good use of the hotel's complimentary bikes and had a couple of good bike rides exploring the town. We'll definitely stay here again!