Crowne Plaza Hotel Guadalajara

5 out of 5 stars5 Stars

Avenida Lopez Mateos Sur 2500, Guadalajara, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 45050, Mexico
Crowne Plaza Guadalajara
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Value Score Great Value!

Costs 36% less than similarly rated 5 star hotels

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Good For Families
  • Families67
  • Couples38
  • Solo50
  • Business53

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Forum Posts

Apartment finding

by bartlese

I am looking to move to Guadalajara, Mexico with a friend of mine. Does anyone have any suggestions of how to find an apartment while still in the states?

RE: Apartment finding

by SerSol

Yes, I do live in Guadalajara and manage rents. What are your need and budget?
Are you students?. Sersol

RE: Apartment finding

by SerSol

You are wellcome to visit my page about Guadalajara.

RE: RE: Apartment finding

by bartlese

our budget is pretty low, i dont know exact figures but we are looking for a one bedroom place in a fairly safe neighborhood.

RE: RE: Apartment finding

by SerSol

Hi Bartlese. There is an apartment full furnish, including, water, and gas ,is in a very safe and nice area(.6,000.00 pesos)-Country club area. If you look into a Guadalajara Webb map , you can see is very close to the intersection of two main Avenues. Americas av and Lopez Mateos Av(6,000.00 pesos).
Do you want a short o long term contract? Is also important to know your age, because some places are better for young people and other for people who want quite places.
Sincerely. Sergio

Travel Tips for Guadalajara

Wander around downtown

by ephobius

There are many nice walkways in downtown Guadalajara. Stroll by them and take yourself some great pictures. This is a 3-dimension life-size bronze monument of the city Coat of Arms, which has 2 lions standing at a tree.

Rise and Shine for Doña Jose

by Jetgirly about Menudería La Familia de Doña José

Menudería La Familia de Doña José is on Ave Xochitl, which is across the street from UNIVA and a few doors down from Tepeyac. I originally wandered into this place after checking out about eight other restaurants in the area and realizing the customers at Menudería La Familia de Doña José outnumbered all the customers at the other restaurants - combined. Open daily from 7:00 am to 2:00 (supposedly, but I usually see the front doors close around 1:40), Menudería La Familia de Doña José (let's call it MFDJ for the sake of brevity) is a huge space full of cheap tables and folding chairs. Really, I'll bet at least three hundred people could sit inside. There's not exactly a menu, though a sign on the wall showing the prices will inform you that they have breakfasts (eggs, refriend beans and chilaquiles [tortilla chips sauteed in salsa], or any combination of the above), enchiladas (squash blossom, cheese, refried beans, rajas [a type of green pepper], potatoes, pork, beef, chicken, etc.), and menudo (a spicy soup made from tripe) that comes in three sizes. They also have fresh-squeezed juices.

I LOVE the quesadillas here! I usually get one with squash blossoms and one with potatoes, and then I douse them with salsa verde (a green sauce made from tomatillos- not spicy), cheese and cream. Mmmm... healthy it isn't! Sometimes I stop by for breakfast, as their scrambled eggs are scrambled just they way I like them (never runny), the chilaquiles are not too spicy and the refried beans and delicious.

The service is friendly enough; chances are good you'll be served by everyone in the restaurant during your visit. The kitchen is open-concept and you can see that it is kept clean. Along the walls there are hilarious, gross pictures of their food that are so totally unflattering they probably drive away customers. Don't worry- what you see in no way reflects what you get! Breakfasts run 45 pesos, juice is 12 pesos, enchiladas are 14 pesos each, and I don't know the price of the menudo.

The Regional Museum of Guadalajara

by Ekahau

Open Monday through Friday of 9:00 to 19:00, Saturdays of 9:00 to 18:00 and Sundays of 9:00 to 15:00 hours. many of the other places are closed for "nap time" from 2 to 4 so this was a place to hang out of the sun wating to see the murals at the Palacio de Gobierno.

This Regional Museum was first built as a seminary in the late 1600erds finished in 1701. Artifacts, paintings, and memorabilia depict the history of western Mexico from the prehistoric era through the Spanish conquest.

The city of the ethernal spring

by mpmex

For must eurpean or northamericans, this city's nick can sound just poetic, but visiting it could give you an idea of why people call it that way. Our coldest winter is never avobe 3°C and a normal summer day is just 30, maybe 35°C at the most, keeping an average of 20-26 all year long. It rains only 3 months a year and even in this time (summer), days are sunny and the storms use to be at night, so, we can enjoy a good day and dress light clothes almost any time of the year, visit the city with no climate problems and even go to the beach (3hrs from here) no matter if its December, May or August.

For a 6 million people city, Guadalajara doesen't have the stress of a big city, but unfortunatly neather the cosmopolitan feel like other towns of the same size. Nevertheless, is a comercial city with great influence on the west of the country and a cultural legacy to Mexico since many of the caractheristic for what Mexico is known arround the world, comes from our State: mariachi music was born here, the jarabe dances are some of the most known in the country, Tequila is an origin denomination from a town 60km from here, some of the best mexican painters, sculptures and photographers were born or studied here and typical food is also famous in the country.

The must interestning places are the colonial downtown, the art and crafts of Tlaquepaque and Tonalá, the religious Zapopan, the impressive Oblatos Canyon, the murals and so on, but you can read enough about them on your gide, the only thing that I can tell you is that if you only know from Mexico the Mayan Riviera or Mexico City, visiting Guadalajara could give you an idea of another very different Mexico and could let you be in a base to visit Bajio, Michoacan and the Pacifoc Coast


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 Crowne Plaza Hotel Guadalajara

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Address: Avenida Lopez Mateos Sur 2500, Guadalajara, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 45050, Mexico