The hotel is literally in city centre of Guadalajara. The surrounding area is absolutely ghetto, and this is not easy to miss. The hotel itself is modern. I did enjoy the decor of the hotel, it's clever. The staff did its job and was able to accommodate requests very easily. As for the room, it was clean, except for the sheets, they could use some more bleach because even though they smelled clean, you could see stains here and there. The bed was a bit hard. As for the bathroom, some steel components are mildly rusted, and could use some touch ups.
Traveller from San Diego, CA
Located in Downtown Guadalajara, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Las Nueve Esquinas and Plaza de Armas. Hospicio …More
This hotel is a gem. The beds were so comfortable we were extremely happy. We stayed 5 night and housekeeping did an awesome job keeping our room clean. We ordered room service and visited the restaurant and the good was very tasty. Alcohol beverages were tasty. Will return for sure!
Traveller from CA
Located in Downtown Guadalajara, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Parque Revolucion, University of Guadalajara …More
The front desk is very helpful and so are the bell men. Room is clean and sheets are clean. The toilet needs work as the fan doesn't work. Toilet sink is a bit awkward. It has in room safe. Walking distance to everything, Teatro, Plaza, Cathedral, Mercado Libertad, Jewelry Plaza, Hospicio Cabanas and good restaurants and cafes. We always stay in this hotel in GDL.
Located in Downtown Guadalajara, this hotel is within a 5-minute walk of Templo de San Agustin and Plaza de Armas. Hospicio …More
"Metro Station construction blocks access to street"
Didn't know construction for their metro station was blocking street access to the front of the hotel. Had to pull luggage for about 300 ft/100 meters. Breakfast was OK, room was clean. Wifi worked fine. Call before booking to see if construction has completed and front street access is restored. Cramped elevators.
Located in Downtown Guadalajara, this hotel is steps from Palacio de Gobierno, Metropolitan Cathedral, and Plaza de Armas …More
Founded by the Spanish in 1542, Guadalajara is rich in culture and history. Home to numerous colonial buildings, museums, parks, theaters, and churches, the city is also the birthplace of mariachi music and tequila. Attractions include Mercado Libertad, said to be the largest indoor market in Latin America, and the resplendent Teatro Degollado, which opened in 1866.