1 Hotel in Guadalajara
Guadalajara, Mexico - Design Hotels™


Often considered Mexico’s second city, Guadalajara is culturally rich and full of entertainment in its many forms. A typical hotel Guadalajara in recent years is filled with a parade of curious explorers and international culture connoisseurs who make it past the obvious destination of Mexico City. Colonial relics flank streets in the Centro Histórico (Historic Center) and contemporary art galleries, museums, cafés, and restaurants attract intellectuals and culinary tourists, while bars and clubs draw a glorious mix of locals and guests. Because of the variety, Guadalajara hotels are often seen as simply jumping-off points for exploration. However, as the up-and-coming neighborhood in the city, boutique hotels and luxury retreats are becoming more common, and are often attractions in themselves. The neighborhood sees a calendar full of events such as the CHROMA arts festival and the Guadalajara International Film Festival. Below find a list of our selection of boutique and luxury properties in Guadalajara.
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Casa Fayette

, Mexico

Set in Guadalajara’s trending Lafayette district, this 37-room Art Deco showcase masterfully blends early 20th-century architecture with the polished grandeur of a heavenly tower.

from EUR 73 /night
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