Ratings based on 30 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.6 Room cleanliness
4.7 Service & staff
4.4 Room comfort
4.4 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
ParadisePosted Nov 17, 2013
for Everyoneby Nancy from Anchorage & Puerto Vallarta
Heavenly boutique hotel great ambiance. Good food.Posted Nov 12, 2013
Cons: Beds are too hard for my taste. If they were to put in pillow top mattresses, there would be no down side to this hotel.
Location: Everything in Tlaquepaque is within walking distance...shops and restaurants. Fairly easy to get to if you are driving like we do.
We had three junior suite rooms on the annex side. Very quiet and lots of outdoor sitting areas to enjoy each others company outside or lots of room to gather in our suites. Very roomy. The staff is excellent. Very willing to help you with whatever you need. Great with directions and cultural info also. I cannot say enough about this little hotel. I have stayed here many, many times and all the stays have been delightful.
for Everyoneby Liz from Thunder Bay, ON
Typical Mexico hotel, attentive staffPosted Sep 26, 2013
We went to Guadalajara on a shopping trip and this boutique hotel provided the best location for accessing the shopping areas in Tlaquepaque, Tonola and Ocatlan. The hotel is very picturesque, beautifully kept and very clean. The first night there we had trouble with the wireless internet but the staff were quick to get onto fixing it and continued to make sure we didn't have any more problems. Breakfast was terrific and served in a lovely restaurant with painted murals and plants everywhere. We had Room 9, upstairs with a balcony overlooking the pool area, very comfortable and spacious. The staff recommended local restaurants to us and we weren't disappointed in any of them. Try Las Merequetengues for the best Pozola in town! The hotel is located on the margin of the centre of the Tlaquepaque historical area so it's easy access to the galleries and pedestrian-only streets of the old town. We will certainly plan to stay there again on our next trip to Guadalajara.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Nice hotel not to much noise like Dowtown areaPosted Aug 9, 2013
Pros: the old structure
Cons: clean sheets
I'd like the hotel i'll recomend this to friends and family
for Everyoneby Cheryl from Illinois
Charming, quaint and excellent staffPosted Jun 19, 2013
Pros: The staff are amazing and the junior suite we were in was very spacious. The breakfasts are worth the stay.
Cons: The beds are rather hard. And the outside lights are rather bright during the evening. I would suggest maybe heavier curtains.
Location: You are within 6 blocks to the busy section of shops and restaurants. Thursdays and Sundays are the market days in Tonola.
The hotel by far exceeded our expectations. The breakfast is delicious and you have a varied selection to choose from. The staff is more than go out of their way for your pleasure, especially the waitress at breakfast and the bartender, Amel. My only complaint is the price of the drinks at the bar, there is not price list and I feel $15.00 per drink is quite high for the area.
Posted Apr 21, 2013 on Hotels.com
for Everyoneby Leo from Meaford, ON, Canada
Exceptionally charming hotel stayPosted Apr 3, 2013
Pros: Primarily the staff. Next the colonial charm of the place designed with fine classy touches.
Cons: Can't think of one.
Location: About three blocks from the beginning of the central pedestrian areas.
From the first greeting by a smiling and gracious receptionist (Jade) to the early morning special (off hours) breakfast items set up by Antonio, our stay couldn't have been better. Other than having to request a bottle of purified water for or 2nd day, everything was looked after "como se debe" (comme il faut/just so). Because of our need to exit predawn, we only had time to have one breakfast in the charming breakfast area (soon to be replaced by a full service restaurant?). This was regrettable because the service by two or three ladies and breakfast itself were first class. The typical hotel chain breakfast was available but deliciously complemented by a menu of five or six hot especially prepared items and the best coffee I had in Mexico during an 8 week stay. We also visited the on-site art gallery and spoke at some length with the charming curator (Marta) who gave us a quick tour of the art on display. A charming four seat nook just outside the gallery was supplied day-long with hot coffee.
Recommendedby Dennis from Mexico
Beautiful Colonial HotelPosted Apr 1, 2013 on Hotels.com
Beautiful and charming Colonial Hotel, beautiful tile and landscaping ans quiet. We like to walk, but some may find the location a bit far from the action. It has two pools but they are not heated. Welcome drink and beautful complimentary cooked to order. This is much better than a modern hotel with windows that you can't open. Some rooms had patios or balconies.
for Business Travelersby Cristian from Vancouver, BC, Canada
My new favorite hotelPosted Mar 21, 2013
Pros: The decoration and the food
Location: It was very good. Not exactly in Guadalajara, but just a few minutes away in car
A very magical place. Beautiful and close to the airport
for Business Travelersby Mary from Seattle
Fantastic boutique hotelPosted Mar 19, 2013 on Hotels.com
Warm friendly staff. Great service, rooms reflect the art and craftsmanship of Mexico. The prize of hotels in Guadalajara. Can't beat the location if your shopping or needing a fast way to the airport.