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I stayed a the Hotel El Tapatio & Resort for 2 nights after spending 7 nights in the hustle and bustle of the financial district of Guadalajara. Yes it is an old resort but it exudes charm and character. The rooms are large clean and...More
Beautiful area. Hotel looks shabby but it's clean. I booked thru booking.com but I called hotel directly to ask for a first floor room or one next to an elevator. I have elderly parents and my mother cannot climb stairs or walk long distances. The...More
If you are into incredible views, this is the hotel for you. It sits on the top of a small volcano (extinct i hope) and one has a very impressive 360 degree view of Guadalajara. The Hotel is an older, colonial style hotel, which I...More
Got sent here when my flight with Aeromexico was overbooked, I was expecting a filthy, old room in a run down hotel. Even though the property is old, it is well maintained, and the rooms have recently been renovated; it was quite a short overnight...More
I was looking for a place with a pool that would have room for three people and easy access to the airport, and this place fit the bill. You could tell in it's day it was an amazing place. The front desk staff were gracious...More
US$49 - US$87 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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I'm not sure when it was built that we stayed there in around 1980. The President of Mexico was staying there then too. It's still pretty darn nice. the rooms are about like $100 a night Motel in the United States but much... More
I'm not sure when it was built that we stayed there in around 1980. The President of Mexico was staying there then too. It's still pretty darn nice. the rooms are about like $100 a night Motel in the United States but much much bigger. I think we got about a $42 rate. we were still very very impressed.