After a full day exploring Guadalajara’s iconic Mexican heritage, rest your head at one of the city’s 100-plus hotels. From budget to luxury and local to global, a multitude of accommodations can be found throughout the greater-Guadalajara area.
Hacienda Lomajim, located 50 minutes outside of Guadalajara, and has stunning views of the Canyon of San Cristobal.
Housed in a historic 1930's mansion, Villa Ganz Boutique Hotel has 10 beautifully restored guestrooms.
Hacienda Lomajim features the best views of San Cristobal Canyon and offers 17 rooms, each decorated with traditional Mexican art.
Hotel Demetria is an all-suite, boutique hotel located close to Guadalajara’s top attractions.
View from Hacienda El Carmen - featuring carefully restored guestrooms, decorated with antique furniture, adapted to offer the comforts of our time.
Hotel Demetria offers a complimentary breakfast, a high-end restaurant with a terrace, and an outdoor rooftop pool.
It’s not hard to find accommodations that are both affordable and centrally located — the real challenge is narrowing down your search. Consider which attractions are on your itinerary. Several hotels and haciendas are members of the prestigious Historic Hotels Worldwide.
Modern amenities and luxury accommodations dot the city-center of Guadalajara. From luxury, five-star accommodations that are recognized international brands like Autograph Collection Hotels, Crowne Plaza, InterContinental, Marriott, NH Collection, Westin, and more to smaller intimate properties that offer high-quality intimate stays. Hotels in this category start around $85 to $125 USD per night.
For those seeking culture and comfort at a reasonable rate, Guadalajara has a plentiful collection of mid-range boutique hotels. At approximately $50 to $85 USD per night, it’s no surprise Guadalajara’s mid-range hotels book up quickly — so be sure to make your reservation in advance.
If it’s authentic Mexican culture you want, look no further than Guadalajara’s collection of intimate haciendas. An eclectic mix of modern and traditional accommodations range anywhere from $50 to $150 per night and can be found from the city center to Guadalajara’s pastoral outskirts. Special touches range from lush gardens, unique architecture, and ample landscape to contemporary design and state-of-the-art niceties. Like boutique, the best advice for selecting a hacienda is deciding what you want to see or where you want to be.