Mision Carlton Guadalajara

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Ave Ninos Heroes 125, Col Centro, Guadalajara, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 44100, Mexico
Mision Carlton Guadalajara
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Rated 24% lower than similarly priced 3 star hotels

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  • Families37
  • Couples22
  • Solo33
  • Business25

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Moving to Guadalajara!! :)

by soyjuice

I will be moving to Guadalajara to enroll in an course and will remain there to work as an English teacher. I am very very excited about this opportunity. Anyone has any suggestion as to preparing myself to live there? I heard that the weather is warm all-year-round in GDL but no one can tell me exactly how cold it gets in winter time (how many degrees etc). What kind of clothings should I bring to GDL?

RE: Moving to Guadalajara!! :)

by MonoBichi

Like most Mexican cities of that altitude, the idea is sort of "springtime year around". You will need a sweater of jacket in evenings in winter and it rains sometimes.
For a big city, Guad is really cool, you'll enjoy it.

RE: RE: Moving to Guadalajara!! :)

by soyjuice

Thanks for your input. I will be leaving in exactly one week!! I will be enrolling in a TEFL course with International Teacher Training Organization (ITTO), http://www.teflcertificatecourses.com/index.html for a month. They are supposed to have job placement guarantee so I am hoping to be able to stay in Guadalajara to work until May after the completion of the course. I am a high school Math teacher in California.

RE: Moving to Guadalajara!! :)

by SerSol

Hi, you may find interesting tips about weather( there is a year chart) in my page about Guadalajara.Hasta pronto Sersol

Travel Tips for Guadalajara

English language newspapers very helpful

by Ekahau

I found the local English language newspaper the Guadalajara Reporter very helpful. What I used to find out information about what was on in town were to get tickets and even one of our tour guides.



Eat at a Guadalajara Institution

by Jetgirly about La Gorda

La Gorda is a chain of Mexican restaurants that can be found all over Guadalajara- sometimes in an eat-in restaurant, sometimes in a mall food court. They have a fairly wide menu of traditional Mexican dishes and are open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Because there was one close to Hotel Morales, we ate there several times for breakfast. On my first visit I had the huevos mexicanos (eggs scrambled with tomatoes, onions and jalepenos) that came served with refried beans, and on a later visit I tried molletes (basically, crusty bread stuck under the broiler, that comes "sweet" with butter and sugar or "savoury" with refried beans and cheese). Of course, breakfast is always accompanied by coffee and fresh-squeezed orange juice! A full breakfast costs about 70 pesos ($6.50 US/CAD). By our second day at the La Gorda on Corona (just south of Juarez in the center) the waitresses and hostesses knew us and greeted us with our coffee and juice! They were so friendly that we almost felt bad dining at La Chata on our last breakfast... Almost!

Explore Courtyards, Artwork and One Very Big Mural

by Jetgirly

The Instituto Cultural Cabañas is located at the very end of Plaza Tapatio in the historic center of Guadalajara. Originally, it was intended to be a shelter for people in need, and today it is a cultural center celebrating everything creative.

The heart of the instituto is the chapel, which is filled with breathtaking Orozco murals (fifty-seven of them, to be exact), including his huge, famous Man of Fire. The chapel is surrounded by a maze of rooms (one hundred and six total) and picturesque courtyards (twenty-three in all). Bring your kids and try to count all the rooms or courtyards! Some of the rooms are closed and locked, while others are filled with various art exhibits (and one children's activity room). The souvenir shop on site is one of the nicest in the city. In 1997, the complex was named a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It is probably the most expensive tourist attraction in central Guadalajara, with admission around 60 pesos ($6 US/CAD) per person and 30 pesos ($3 US/CAD) per camera.


by ephobius

The second largest city in Mexico. It has wonderful places. You can find very old buildings.

Guadalajara is so nice it has been dubbed La Perla de Occidente, The Pearl of the West.
Its Fair is during October, so if you come during this month you will find a unique fiesta ambience.
That's the cathedral on the picture. There I am with my cousin. See activity tips.

Guadalajara suburbs are also interesting: Zapopan, Tlaquepaque, Tonalá. Total population is about 4 million.

Guadalajara has nice avenues and fountains, like Minerva Fountain. See local custom tips.

What do you call a person from Guadalajara? No, not a Guadalajaran, they are called Tapatío [tah-pah-tee-oh] (man) or Tapatía (woman), (stress on i). The adjective is the same word.


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Address: Ave Ninos Heroes 125, Col Centro, Guadalajara, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 44100, Mexico