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Hotel San Francisco Plaza

    Hotel San Francisco Plaza
 in Guadalajara
    Hotel San Francisco Plaza
 in Guadalajara


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222 Reviews
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  • Quaint older hotel in downtown

    by Craig G on 2018-11-06 06:39 pm

    We've stayed here twice. It's a quiet neighborhood very close to markets, stores, museums, and restaurants though they have good food there. There's been a recent remodel, but we stayed there before that. You can catch a bus just a few blocks away too.

  • Cheap and great!

    by DorisN73 on 2018-01-13 11:49 am

    I loved that the price was really cheap. The ubication is perfect because you can walk around and find easily the touristic places, also it is well ubicated to take tours from there to another towns. The room was pretty, it has a balcony, a table, chairs, TV, good space between the beds (I stayed in a double room). They always gave a bottle of 1L of water (for free). The bathroom was always clean. The breakfast costs 90 pesos (5 dollars) and it is a buffet, so I could eat fruit, eggs, bread, even meat! hahaha natural juices and coffee.I highly recommend this place!

  • Nice - downtown hotel

    by karimexicogdl on 2017-04-25 11:02 am

    I had a good time at Hotel San Francisco Plaza. Is a nice building. I may return soon. Is near to everything in the middle of this big city, if you want to see how Guadalajara look like a hundred years ago this is the right place.

  • No words

    by kerfontc on 2017-01-09 06:01 pm

    Stay away....hotel under renovations, seedy part of town, beds hard as a rock, nothing redeeming g about this place. You get what you pay for....lots of other nicer hotels nearby.....never yourself the experience

  • avoid for now, could be better in the future

    by Davids_great_reviews on 2017-01-02 03:17 pm

    The photos online make this look incredibly pretty. It isn't. The outside is covered in graffiti and the iron bars on the windows definitely serve a practical function in this part of town. The interior courtyards are dusty, cluttered, and strewn with broken furniture. We probably caught them in the middle of renovations, I assume, because everything smelled like paint, beds and furniture lined every hallway, and it looked like the staff outnumbered guests about 2 or 3 to one. The first room had a broken AC unit, the second had no hot water, and neither had doors on the showers that would prevent the whole bathroom from flooding during a shower. The bed was a horrible mixture of rock-hard and thin enough to be stabbed by the springs. The staff was indifferent and brusque, with a very minimal command of English. Finding the hotel was difficult, and the neighborhood is incredibly ghetto-looking. You can walk to good restaurants and a beautiful city center, but if you can afford it, I would recommend staying in a better part of the city and taking a taxi if you really want to see this part of town. All of that said, it looks like the hotel has good bones and I think a few months of renovations and good management would turn around a lot of these complaints.


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