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I had a good time at Hotel San Francisco Plaza. Is a nice building. I may return soon. Is near to everything in the middle of this big city, if you want to see how Guadalajara look like a hundred years ago this is the...More
Stay away....hotel under renovations, seedy part of town, beds hard as a rock, nothing redeeming g about this place. You get what you pay for....lots of other nicer hotels nearby.....never again.......save yourself the experience
The photos online make this look incredibly pretty. It isn’t. The outside is covered in graffiti and the iron bars on the windows definitely serve a practical function in this part of town. The interior courtyards are dusty, cluttered, and strewn with broken furniture. We...More
I stayed at this hotel as part of a 12 day road trip throughout Mexico. It was my least favorite hotel of the 7 we stayed at. Let me explain: from the beginning, it was a bit difficult to find the hotel and driving in...More
Lovely historic hotel currently in upheaval. Many of the doors had been damaged. We ended up in a renovated room which was lovely but heard every sound in the hotel, including a couple that were talking loudly (yelling?) most of the night. Internet went down...More
US$32 - US$48 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Just talk to the front desk, they always let my Mexican friends park their car right in front of the hotel when they came to pick me up. There is also parking in back of the hotel and there is a public parking garage that... More
Just talk to the front desk, they always let my Mexican friends park their car right in front of the hotel when they came to pick me up. There is also parking in back of the hotel and there is a public parking garage that charges right next to it.