Very good central location. Very friendly staff. Clean and pretty halls and public areas. Furniture and bathroom a little old, but clean. Would have been nice to have a small fridge and microwave in the room.
Traveller from Moscow, Russia
Located in Downtown Guadalajara, this hotel is within a 5-minute walk of Templo de San Agustin, Metropolitan Cathedral, and …More
This was my 1st time visiting Guadalajara therefore I cannot compare this hotel to others. 4 females on our trip we felt very safe at all times, even when walking at night. I would stay at Hotel Fenix again. They front desk printed our boarding passes. They held our luggage after checkout for a couple hours til we were ready for our flight.
Traveller from Arizona
Located in Downtown Guadalajara, this hotel is within a 5-minute walk of Plaza de Armas and Metropolitan Cathedral. Hospicio …More
On 3 occasions cleaning staff left room unlocked!!! Management did not care nor did not want to hear about the room being left unlocked. Area around hotel was not conducive to tourists. Unsafe in the night. Taxis take advantage of guests and hike prices.
Traveller from Tucson, AZ
Located in Downtown Guadalajara, this hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Las Nueve Esquinas, Plaza de Armas, and …More
We stayed 2 nights our 2nd time. We chose a suite two floors up which was roomy with 2 balconies overlooking the Maestranza. However, it was Saturday night and the disco below went to 3 am then the fun loving disco goers carried on for another hour outside in the street. For a peaceful sleep request a room on the quiet side of the hotel.
Next day, staff were most helpful and gave us an upgrade to the quiet side. This beautiful 400 year old hotel is located within walking distance to everything. Staff were friendly, knowledgable & informative and most spoke English. The breakfast buffet was 80 pesos and included a bottomless cup of coffee. Rooms are reasonably priced. I would stay here again.
Traveller from BC
Located in Downtown Guadalajara, this hotel is steps from Museo de Cera and Plaza de Armas. Hospicio Cabanas and Metropolitan …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.