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Hotel de Mendoza

Guadalajara

Hotel De Mendoza, GuadalajaraSlide thumbnail

Hotel de Mendoza

Guadalajara

Hotel De Mendoza, GuadalajaraSlide thumbnail

Hotel de Mendoza

Guadalajara

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In a nutshell:
Central location in the historic center of Guadalajara; walkable to many sights.  Good for business or leisure travelers.  Small swimming pool and restaurant.

It’s difficult to beat the location of the Hotel de Mendoza. Most of the city attractions are within easy walking distance of the hotel – the Degollado theater can be seen from the lobby, just across Avenida Hidalgo, and the Cathedral is just two short blocks away.

 

Walk one block from the hotel and you are on the main tourist route that runs from the Cathedral through the Plaza de la Liberacion and Plaza Tapatia all the way to the Instituto Cultural de Cabanas. Much of this route is pedestrianized and makes for a very pleasant city stroll.

 

The Hotel de Mendoza is ideal for tourists and business people who prefer a traditional, charming hotel in the city. The guest rooms are comfortable and spacious, and many have attractive views of the pool or the adjacent church Santa Maria de Gracia.

 

The hotel’s swimming pool is a welcome feature after a morning’s sightseeing; even in the cooler months it’s a pleasant place to sit in the sunshine. And best of all, the staff is friendly and helpful, making the Hotel de Mendoza a perfect choice for a short or long stay in Guadalajara.

 

Rooms

Most people will choose the Hotel de Mendoza for its superb central location, but it’s also nice to find a hotel with a charming, traditional style in the heart of the city.

The Hotel de Mendoza’s guest rooms are all spacious and comfortable and include satellite TV, direct dial telephones and modern bathrooms equipped with hairdryers.  Bottled water is provided in the room on arrival and extra bottles can be purchased for a small fee.

 

Many of the hotel rooms overlook the interior courtyard with the swimming pool, and are shielded from traffic noise.  Some of the higher rooms also have a delightful view while others have a step-out balcony, or even a small terrace, with views of the courtyard.

 

Summary of room facilities

All rooms

Air-conditioning, room safe, hair dryer, telephone, wi-fi, flat screen TV

Standard room

One queen bed or two beds

Junior Suite

Two queen beds

Honeymoon Suite

King bed, Jacuzzi tub, views to the Cathedral

Standard rooms can have either one queen or two individual beds. They are generally bright, cheerful rooms with a small sitting area and writing desk.  All rooms have a modern bathroom with shower and well lit vanity area.

 

Families may like to request one of the larger rooms with two queen beds and a sofa bed (but note that these rooms do not have views).

 

 

The Junior Suites all have two queen beds and feature a separate sitting area. The cable TV can rotate to face either the sitting room or the bedroom.

 

 

The hotel’s Honeymoon Suite is in the Junior Suite category but has a king bed and a special bathroom. It’s on the fourth floor and has a small walled terrace with glimpses over the rooftops to the main Cathedral.

 

The Honeymoon Suite features a double size Jacuzzi tub with views of the Cathedral through the partially opaque glass window. A second window next to the tub overlooks the bedroom. The bathroom also has a large walk-in shower.

 

 

restaurant

The hotel’s restaurant and bar occupy most of the ground floor. It’s a convenient place to eat, but if you are here for a long stay you’ll probably want to explore the city restaurants too.

 

Breakfast, lunch and dinner are served.  Room service is also available between the hours of 7:00am and 10:30pm.

 

 

pool

The swimming pool courtyard of the de Mendoza is a pleasant surprise for a city hotel.  The pool is a good size – around twenty feet square – and is sunny for much of the day. If you’re tired of sightseeing, this is a good place to soak up the sun and relax for a few hours.

 

The hotel also has a small gymnasium accessed from the pool terrace. It is currently equipped with a treadmill, cycles and some fixed weight stations.

 

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How to get here

How to get here

 

By air

Guadalajara’s International airport is about 15 miles away, and the journey by car takes about 30 minutes or more, depending on the traffic.

 

Driving directions

The hotel is located on Calle Venustiano Carranza, in the historic center.

Driving from the airport, you will enter the city on Calz. Gonzalez Gallo. Follow this road until you reach the junction with Av. 16 de Septiembre and then turn right. Follow this road until you reach the junction with Av. Hidalgo and then turn right again.

After three blocks on Hidalgo you’ll see the Degollado theater. Turn left here onto Venustiano Carranza Street, an you will see the Hotel just beside the Santa María Church.

 

Hotel de Mendoza

Calle Venustiano Carranza No. 16

Centro Histórico

Guadalajara

Mexico

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