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This hotel enjoys a wonderful location in the historical district of Guadalajara. The hotel is situated close to a number of attractions in the area, including Las Nueve Esquinas, Plaza de Armas, and Metropolitan Cathedral. Hospicio Cabanas and University of Guadalajara Assembly Hall are also located nearby. The hotel features a grand, elegant exterior, with a bright, striking design. The guest rooms are tastefully appointed, featuring bright colours, modern amenities and a peaceful ambiance. The hotel offers a number of excellent facilities and services, including a conference area, a restaur...More details
Check-out ends at: 11:00
Food & Beveragerestaurant
Wellness facilitiesBarCon una piscina al aire libre y muchas otras instalaciones recreativas a tu disposición, no te quedará ni un minuto libre. Tienes también una terraza y jardín donde sentarte a contemplar el paisaje. S
Business Facilities / FacilitiesCon una piscina al aire libre y muchas otras instalaciones recreativas a tu disposición, no te quedará ni un minuto libre. Se ofrece también conexión a Internet wifi gratis y una zona para barbacoas.Coffee/Tea Maker
severalFree self parking
Reviewed 31 may, 2021
Good location within short walking distance to the sights in Centro Historico, round the corner from subway station that takes you to Guadalajara's bus terminal and best of all, right across from a beautiful old church, Templo de Nuestra Señora de Aranzazú. The beds are comfortable, the showers strong and the air conditioner works! The selling point for me was the pool on the roof. We spent happy afternoons sunbathing and cooling off by the pool while listening out for the church bells peal every 15 minutes. The only downside is that most restaurants and shops in Centro Historico close by 8pm so if you are a late diner you have to make plans to eat elsewhere. However, there is a Dominos a couple doors away and a 7-11 at the corner. We liked Los Faroes, a taco shop a block away that stayed open late.
Great Location & Secure Parking
Reviewed 13 march, 2020
The hotel is close to everything in downtown Guadalajara at a good price. Our room was recently renovated and, while small, was comfortable, very clean and quiet for sleeping. We’ve enjoyed breakfast (not included in the price of the hotel) and had dinner on our last evening at the restaurant, Hostal del Peregrino, located on the premises. The tortilla soup was one of the best I’ve had in Mexico. Our waiter suggested we finish our drinks in the lobby bar while listening to the piano player where we practiced our Español with a nice family. We especially this last evening at the hotel.
Claustrophobic and cramped space, clogged drain
Reviewed 3 february, 2020
This pretentious hotel is all show, no go. Only in an alternate reality can this be a 4-star hotel! Yes, the facade is impressive, and the lobby with the working elevator are nice. But once you get to your double room, you realize it's a dark, and musty, cave-like space with no fresh air because the only window faces an inner courtyard that is covered. There is mold on the stucco ceiling (see the dark spots in the attached photo, sorry for the resolution). The bathroom is so cramped you cannot use the toilet with the way the garbage bin was placed by the careless cleaning staff (see attached photos). Speaking of the cleaning staff, I found a long, dark hair on the bed sheets (photo attached), definitely the wrong length and color to be mine. The worst issue I encountered beside the fact I felt like I was suffocating from the lack of fresh air, was that the shower wouldn't drain properly, and you'd end up standing in filthy water. There was very little toilet paper provided (less than half roll) and by the time I was out, it was too late and inconvenient to go down at reception and ask for more. While I was there, there were hardly any other guests in the hotel, so it was relatively quiet, but every small noise is amplified by the architectural design of having an inner courtyard covered (in Morocco, the same architecture has the inner courtyard uncovered, so the air and noise are not trapped). You could also hear the church bells, and traffic noises. The A/C works, but it's limited by central WiFi controls, and I froze during the January night I was there, with no blanket other than a polyesther bed spread. After only one night, I couldn't wait to get out of there! There is a central hostel that literally offers better amenities than this so-called 4-stars hotel (you can look for my reviews to find out which one). The best thing this hotel offers is luggage storage: it's safe, and they give you a ticket, so it's more secure. The staff was nice enough, especially Gloria at the reception desk, who is kind and helpful. IMPORTANT NOTE: The rating of this hotel here is skewed by the numerous 5-star reviews for the famous Cathedral "Santiago de Compostela" in Spain, placed in the WRONG listing!
Old Spanish Style Hotel
Reviewed 14 september, 2019
With six floors of rooms and a rooftop pool you cannot go wrong with this hotel. Clean, modern, well equipped rooms with inviting tiled floors and tiled bathroom and shower. A comfortable bed and good lighting, air conditioner controlled by a remote control. Large restaurant on the main floor with a large sitting area adjacent, open to the roof which is covered in glass. Staff was courteous, friendly and efficient. I would definitely stay here again.
Close to places you will like to visit
Reviewed 7 september, 2019
This hotel has a perfect location, has a good price and is very close to museums, government offices, restaurants, stores, churchs, etc. The room is clean, has maintenance and is comfortable. The detail is that room's window looks yo the hallway, so if the guest make noise around, you will listen everything. But if people cooperate there's no problem. We have this noise problem just one night of 4. The restaurant is good.