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With a variety of, user-friendly search tools and descriptive hotel profiles, you'll find Guadalajara hotel deals in a wink. Booked.net enables you to narrow your search in Jalisco by proximity to public transport and tourist attractions. We’ve got family hotels, apartments and B&Bs with a big list of facilities and services along with other attractive accommodation options which provide you with an ideal base for exploring.
Budget hotels in Guadalajara
Budget travelers might stay at Hostel Bedsntravel, which has simple rooms with a free carpark, a sun deck and free private parking and comes at 33US$ per night. Arboledas Industrial is an affordable hotel steps away from Galeria Alejandro Calvillo, which offers room rates from 25US$.
Proximity to public transport
Hangar Inn Guadalajara Aeropuerto is a 3-star hotel 2.3 km from Miguel Hidalgo International airport, which features complimentary parking and complimentary private parking. Hotel Bahia is only a 10-minute walk from Belisario Dominguez metro station. Hotel Estacion is close to a temple, a cathedral and a theatre and 5 minutes' walk from Jose Cuervo Express train station.
Convenience of staying in the city center
For travelers who would like to stay a little closer to the city centre, the 4-star Hotel Perla Central with a sunbathing terrace and a sun deck is the ideal choice. Hotel De Mendoza is located right in the heart of the downtown and is less than 5 minutes on foot from El Mexicano, which invites you to try Mexican food. If you are interested in staying in Zona Expo district, Real Inn Guadalajara Expo is around 25 minutes away on foot from Minerva (La).
Hotel Santiago De Compostela puts you within a 15-minute walk from Casa de la Cultura Jalisciense and is located 0.5 km away from the city center. Consider booking a hotel near City Hall, such as Hotel Morales Historical & Colonial Downtown Core where prices start at 87US$.
Luxury and boutique accommodation
Chapalita is home to many luxury hotels, such as Fiesta Inn Guadalajara Expo and Fiesta Americana Guadalajara. The romantic Quinta Real Guadalajara is a 10-minute walk from Glorieta de la Minerva and offers an outdoor swimming pool, a Jacuzzi and a swimming pool. Holiday Inn Guadalajara Expo is a top-rated chain hotel in Zona Expo district, and is situated within easy reach of Glorieta Chapalita.
Apartments, B&Bs and others
Hotel Boutique Paraiso is a quaint choice that is only 0-minute drive to Palacio Municipal de Zapopan. If you're traveling for business, you may wish to stay at a hotel that offers business facilities, like Portonovo Plaza Guadalajara 0.4 km from the city center. For a relaxing vacation, book a resort hotel near Centro de la Amistad Internacional, such as Guadalajara Plaza Ejecutivo Lopez Mateos or La Mansion Del Sol.
Guadalajara is ready to share its essence with you.
It is a destination infused with true Mexican life. Your favorite salty taste of tequila, pulsating sounds of mariachi music and the awkward, but truly Mexican sombrero all originated in Guadalajara.
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In addition, in Guadalajara you are closer to great cuisine than ever. From street dining to sophisticated dishes Mexican cuisine is all hot. Whether you prefer a sandwich in a pavement cafe or exquisite restaurant you should eat in moderation.
After filling dining the best way to burn your energy is sightseeing. Attractions include;
- Guadalajara Cathedral built in 1618 it features an eclectic mix of gothic, neoclassical and Palladian architecture
- Plaza Guadalajara, a cathedral with circular fountain and restaurant
- Palacio de Gobierno, a historical center of the government of the State of Jalisco
- Plaza de la Liberación features a sculpture of Miguel Hidalgo, a person to sign the Mexican Declaration of Independence
- Templo Expiatorio, a neo-gothic cathedral built in the late 19th century
As soon as Mexico was captured by the Spanish in 1521, Guadalajara was settled by the Spanish Conquistadores. The resistance of locals resulted in bloody campaigns in the area. The area was totally taken over after the Mixton War (1540-1542). On September 16, 1810 Mexico gained independence from Spanish rule and soon Guadalajara grew into a prosperous city.
Today Guadalajara has developed an industrial base that introduced it to the world as the most business-friendly destination in Latin America. The city is proud of the ranking of the top ten in Latin America city by gross domestic product and the second strongest industrial hub in North America after Chicago.
But industries don't prevent Guadalajara from being vibrant and striking destination. Divided into five parts - Guadalajara, Zapopan, Tlaquepaque, Tonalá and Zapopan, - it is a destination for all kinds of experiences. Tonalá is a great place to complete some purchases and enjoy art, while Zapopan features colonial architecture with beautiful cobbled streets and tiny lanes. For its architecture it was named as the Guadalajara’s Beverly Hills. The city is so compact that you can navigate in on foot, but first you need to find a place to stay.
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