We arrived Monday October 3rd, at around 2pmish... As we walked into the hotel lobby you feel as if you are transported back in time or into another era. The lobby is very welcoming with arches, stones and a large fountain in the center of it. The location of the hotel is very convenient, especially because it is in walking distance to many shops, restaurants, San Juan de Dios Market, and sightseeing locations. The property/cathedral cattycorner from the hotel, I believe it is San Francisco Jardin, is a bit scary, there is a lot of people there, and it is being worked on so it has a large fence so to speak around the cathedral.
Back to the hotel, as we approached the check-in desk, we were given a room right away, room 212. We were told to get the elevator and to go to the 2nd floor. The door guy was very helpful and escorted us to our room. The room was on the side of the hotel, as you looked outside the window, it was a very quiet street, not much to look at, just people walking back and forth down that street. The view was not much to look at, kind of sucked. But the room made up for it, it was very spacious, the bed was comfortable, and it was divided by a sitting area and a nice size bathroom with shower. The toilet had it's own door and so did the shower. We were very pleased with the room.
Traveller from US
This hotel sits in the city's historical district and is 3 blocks from the Metropolitan Cathedral and the Degollado Theater.More
Excellent location, poor breakfast. Needs ti pay atenttion for young group of People who Run in the hallways, yelling and slamming doors. I called reception but I am not sure of they attend my complain.
Traveller from US
Located in Downtown Guadalajara, this hotel is within a 5-minute walk of Templo de San Agustin, Metropolitan Cathedral, and …More
Overall is a good 3 star hotel, the room is spacious and clean. The location is good however.. BE AWARE there is a huge construction going on in front of the hotel, the main entrance is blocked and the noise is extremely high, vibration won't let you sleep since they work 24hr.
Call first to make sure the construction is finished.
Traveller from Miami
Located in Downtown Guadalajara, this hotel is steps from Palacio de Gobierno, Metropolitan Cathedral, and Plaza de Armas …More
this is the main feature of this hotel that it's so good located that you can walk just to the center of Guadalajara. I had one hour and had to purchase meet you to go inside of the Palacio Municipal after lunch so that was a great experience
Located in Downtown Guadalajara, this hotel is within a 5-minute walk of Plaza de Armas and Metropolitan Cathedral. Hospicio …More
This hotel is an excellent place when visiting Guadalajara. My wife and I estate for 11 days during the 2006 Mariachi Festival. The staff was excellent, very corteous and friendly. The Romo was kept impecably clean.
Only a short walking distance from tve Cathedral, Wax Museum adn other places ofrece interest.
We are planning to return next year adn would highly recommend it to our family adn friends.
Miguel Bey Palmer
Carey, Puerto Rico
Traveller from Cayey, Puerto Rico
Located in Downtown Guadalajara, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Las Nueve Esquinas and Plaza de Armas. Hospicio …More
We really enjoyed our stay! The rooms are really really nice and you can see the Love for Details! The staff made our stay Perfect and helped with every question!
Also the Location is a Great starting-point to discover Guadalajara!
Located in Downtown Guadalajara, this inn is within a 10-minute walk of Parque Revolucion and University of Guadalajara …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.