Hotel Suites Country Club

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Avenida Jorge Alvarez del Castillo 1482, Colonia Country Club, Aguascalientes, 44610, Mexico
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Value Score Great Value!

Costs about the same, but rated 42% higher than other 3 star hotels

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  • Families20
  • Couples80
  • Solo100
  • Business50

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Forum Posts

Guadalajara to Alameda Juarez

by gamez32

I'm looking for information to get to Alameda Juarez (Santa Rosa), Zacatecas from Guadalajara. I would like to know the best way to get there or any information at all. There is very little information on the web about this small little town. I'm going to GDL in October and would love to visit the village of where my family is from. Thanks for the help

Re: Guadalajara to Alameda Juarez

by zapfilms

Hey - that is a teeny town! 319 people - but accd. to map its on the way to Juchipila. Beautiful region. Just go to the bus terminal in Tlaquepaque which is HUGE - and ask at the various buslines who goes there, saying that it is on the way to Juchipila Zac. It is fairly close to Guad. The 2nd class buses which stop at various towns generally do not have a web presence, but I know that ODM, www.odm.com.mx does have good service in Zacatecas. If you don´t speak Spanish write everything down (en español) along with a sketch of a map. People are very patient and nice in Mexico.

If you want to rent a car it looks like an easy drive once you leave Guad.

Re: Guadalajara to Alameda Juarez

by gamez32

Thanks for the advice. I think I'll try the bus stop in Tlaquepaque. I'm getting excited about this trip already. Thanks!!

Travel Tips for Guadalajara

IF you walk alot, bring good shoes from home!!!

by cybercutie

It is true that Mexico has a great selection of shoes, unfortunately they are mostly fancy shoes or high heels which are hard to walk the five miles a day I walk to get to work (personal choice, not because I have to). The shoe issue has been a thorn in my side, every time I buy a pair here, they end up blistering my feet, so I have resorted to paying more for Nike thongs. Don´t be a fashion victim!!!

Iztépete, archeological zone

by rafgys

It's not really promoted, it's actually quite unknown... and most of locals haven't even visited it. But if you are curious and like to check all kind of maps (like myself), you may find it.

There are some structures created around the 650 A.D. Nothing too old, but you may think it could be interesting. It actually could, but it's not.

The area is totally abandoned... I assumed it had some publicity a few years ago, and now... because everybody realized it seriously sucks, it has been left there... with nothing else but a fence and a few signs justifying the grass is to help protect the "buildings".

But hey... if you're really into archeology, you should check it out. I think it's BS... but it's just my opinion.

Monument to Beatriz Hernandez

by anagrettel

Behind the Teatro Degollado and on a side of the Plaza de los Fundadores (Founders' Plaza) , you will found the statue of Beatriz Hernández wich commemorates a woman who lives in the hearts of all Tapatíos. Most known as the foundress of Guadalajara. Legend has it that she was a woman of strong and decisive character. One day, when the Spanish were indecisive about where exactly the new city should be founded, Beatriz Hernández asked to speak and counseled them that it should be in the Valle de Atemajac—just east of the area that today we call the historic center of Guadalajara. The statue in her memory is more than six feet high, a size as heroic as her personality.

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