Casa Madonna Hotel Boutique
Lerdo de Tejada, 2308, Centro Occidental Obrera, Guadalajara, 44140, Mexico
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Nice studio / 1BR for a month - two needed...
Hello fellow travelers!
I will be in Guadalajara at the end of February until the end of March, perhaps April. I prefer to be centrally located - I like to walk endlessly, exploring the city - and would like to rent a small space (studio, 1 BR) with the Internet access for the time I am going to be there. All I need is a nice bed and a table where I would work a bit while not exploring.
Any ideas or suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
RE: Nice studio / 1BR for a month - two needed...
I have found an excellent place to stay in Guadalajara. It's called "Casa Vila Santa", located SW of downtown in the Chapultepec area in the "Expiatorio Catedral Zone". It's more of a hostel than a hotel or apt. Large kitchen, nice living/common area, computers w/internet access available. It's clean and some cooking and laundry service is available. Subway to center around the corner-very handy. They are also very hospitable owners.
CASA VILA SANTA
Calle Rayon #170
Zona Centro C.P.44100
T:3124-1277 in Guad.
Travel Tips for Guadalajara
rated best pizza from local magazine readers
Want great food and the best authentic thin crust italian pizza? Go to funicula, this little restaurant is famous for the best pizza, so good that you´ll think is never going to be enough..Homemade gnocci with sauce of your choice, great pesto,marinara..sometimes you will have to wait a little to be seated but dont worry,wait worth it.. gnocci with pesto,, pizza all types..
Tlaquepaque is a wonderful village that is part of greater Guadalajara that has a 6 or 7 traffic free blocks as walk ways down Independence ave with lots of lovely Art galleries, silver shops, Pottery, Ceramics, Forged iron items, Brass and copper items.
El Parian, City center the recreational center built in the 1870s where traditional local cuisine can be tasted and the traditional Mariachis music can be enjoyed
The Nuestra Señora de la Soledad Sanctuary with its Romanticist and Neoclassic-style facade
The San Pedro Apostol Parish done in a Neoclassic and Renaissance-style
The Regional Museum of Ceramics
A glass blowing factory, where one can see how glass is made
Bring your Oxygen Tank
All I can remember is the air quality was the worst, I had a headache the entire time I was out of the hotel. It was a great place to get gifts with religious themes. I stayed at the Sheraton and it was a nice hotel, no complaints about the room at all. Lake Chapala was a nice area, the lake was pretty large and impressive. Some pretty good food around the lake too.
I would never visit this city if it was not for work. But all in all it was a good experience, just to see how people live and to visit a new place. It does appear to be a very poor area and I did fell safe the whole time.
I only wish I had gotten to visit the Suaza factory, since that was founded in Guadalajara.
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