Hotel del Parque3.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
Nice desk person, along with cool bell person. It is excellent walking distance to Center City and Chapultepec. It has restaurant downstairs, nothing to rave about. It was suggested that I eat elsewhere for some authentic Guadalajara cuisine. That us not a slight, fine cuisine is not what they are advertising. This is a bare bones clean lay your head down place, with vintage box TVs, hey I'm older, I can say that. Slowwww WiFi, very poor🤷🏾♂️
On a recommendation for a reasonably priced hotel I chose Hotel Del Parque. I called a couple of weeks prior to our trip to reserve accommodations for five people. Two adults and three teenagers. I did not have to provide a credit card to reserve, and received an email confirmation at my request. They have a 24 hour cancellation policy. On arrival, my observation was that this is a four story hotel with a very small elevator and a spiral staircase for upper levels. It also has an inhouse restaurant. It's close to other restaurants, Revolution Park, a bank is close by and there is a pharmacy across the street. However, not a pet friendly hotel. On check in I was required to pay on registration for the accommodation and was advised that there are no refunds. The hotel provided us with a suite which was very clean but requires updating. There were two double beds in one room, and two double beds joined together for a king size in the other room. This room has a phone. Clean and comfortable, but could change their pillows as ours were lumpy. No air conditioning but each room had a ceiling fan which was fine for April. Both rooms were a fair size facing the front street and you could open the windows. However, I found that in the evening is was very noisy so if you are a light sleeper, I would suggest asking for a different room. The bathroom had a stand alone shower with hot water and no tub. You need to ask for more soap, shampoo, towels and toilet paper if you have more than three people staying in the suite. Their customer service is quick to respond to requests, so that's a plus. However, the towels are old and should be replaced. Wash cloths and a bath mat are not available. There is a little fridge available and you are provided with two small bottles of water. The Wifi is terrible. You need to go to the couches by the elevator for a fair signal.
Hotel de Parque is not the best, not the worst hotel we've stayed at. Pros - The beds were comfortable The ceiling fan worked The shower worked and had hot water. The location was exactly where we needed to be The restaurant has a great inexpensive breakfast buffet. The price was good. Cons- The window opened onto a roof, so we could not leave it open The rooms have no place to sit besides the bed The TV was on the desk so no space to use computer or write Light fixtures were in varying states of disrepair/function. No ventilation in the bath, there was a window but it did not open at all. Could use a bit/bunch of TLC.
It's an oldish Hotel, the advantage to it is it's closeness to the center of the city. The rooms are relatively clean. The staff was helpful, the car-park is bit tight, the food in the restaurant needs to be cover from the flys
I have nothing against simple, bare bone hotels, but I have three requirements: 1) cleanliness 2) reasonable peace and quiet and 3) a decent - not great, but decent - front desk. This place FAILS on all three points. Yes, it's cheap. It's also filthy. The telephone had a think layer of dust on it. Very, very bad sign and the room smelled. The walls were beyond paper thin. There was a couple in the next room and I swear it sounded like they were in the bed next to me it (might be a feature for some people, not for me thanks.) The front desk...more interested in chatting with friends and shuffling paperwork than being helpful. My Spanish is not great, but everyone in Mexico understands me - except the person they had at the front desk. She could not be bothered to extend herself one bit. "Cool bar" Are you kidding? It's a normal bar with a terrace. No shortage of those in Guadalajara. There is absolutely no reason to stay at this place. Well, maybe one reason. If ever other building in the city were to be leveled, this might be an option - but I would prefer a tent. Not a fan.
This place has the coolest bar, just sit outside and drink up, the service is great, and the prices for the brewskis, are the best anywhere in GDL, Plain and simple, good place to drink up ! No problem, there, good view, and accessible to anywhere in the city !
I attempted to stay here to save money, but I didn't even stay an hour. The bed seemed dirty, the top windows were painted open (could not be closed) and so cockroahes were flying around as I tried to sleep. I eventually killed one with the ashtray, packed up and stayed at my previous location "casa de las flores" in the middle of the night. I didn't even ask for my money back I wanted out SO BAD!
Muy buena opción, familiar, bastante céntrico y con costos accesibles, habitaciones cómodas y el servicio de los empleados es excelente, muy cálido y atento, el bufete del restaurante con buen sabor de los alimentos, así como buen costo
Con mi esposa fuimos a la Ciudad de México a juntarnos con mi hermana Ely y su esposo que venían de Chile a conocer México. En la Ciudad de México nos alojamos varios días en el buen hotel Catedral ubicado en Donceles 95. El Hotel es extraordinario, buenas habitaciones, confortables, aire acondicionado, servicio de primera. De allí nos fuimos a Morelia, llegamos al pequeño hotel llamado Pórtico, limpio, atención esmerada, que también es una galería de arte. Recorrimos varios pueblos cercanos y luego decidimos trasladarnos a Guadalajara. Me costó encontrar hotel, al fin logré reservar dos habitaciones en un hotel muy bien situado en la avenida Juárez. Se llama Hotel del Parque. A pesar que había reservado dos habitaciones se tardaron mucho para alojarnos. Al fin nos alojaron en el primer piso hab 109 y 110. El hotel es muy antiguo, son varios pisos con patio central. Su diseño es similar a las cárceles que vemos en películas gringas. Agobiante. Desagradable. Aún así tomamos las habitaciones. Guardamos las maletas y salimos a recorrer Guadalajara. Ya tarde noche nos acogimos al descanso, mi esposa y yo en la hab. 110, mi hermana y esposo en la 109. ¡HORRIBLE EXPERIENCIA! No tenía aire acondicionado ni ventilación suficiente. El aparato de televisión de esos antiguos. Pero eso no fue lo peor: cuando alzamos las cobijas ¡ las sábanas estaban sucias! Las fundas de las almohadas con las huellas de las cabezas de los que anteriormente se habían alojado. Eran las 11 de la noche, no tenían sábanas de recambio, tuvimos que dormir sobre el colchón desnudo. Para qué les cuento la noche que pasamos, aparte de las miradas asesinas que me lanzó mi mujer porque fui yo quien tuvo la malhadada idea de reservar alojamiento en este mugrero. Son las 7 de la mañana, dudo que me regresen los 2500 pesos que pagué por esta tortura, pero nos queremos así que igual saldremos de esta infamia. Ojalá no se les ocurra pasar por experiencia similar, a no ser que sean masoquistas.
La habitación muy confortable con un magnífico televisor plano de 38 pulgadas colocado en una forma muy cómoda en la pared cerca del techo pudiendolo ver acostado totalmente, el servicio a la habitación con personal muy atento y rápido en su atención. En el restaurante una atención de primera calidad y servicio oportuno.
- Steps from University of Guadalajara Assembly Hall
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
- Onsite dining
- 24-hour front desk
Located in Centro, Hotel del Parque is adjacent to University of Guadalajara Assembly Hall and within a mile (2 km) of other popular sights like Plaza de Armas. This 81-room, 3-star hotel welcomes guests with conveniences like a restaurant, free in-room WiFi, and a 24-hour front desk. In the historical district, it's also near Hospicio Cabanas and Metropolitan Cathedral.
Start each morning off right with buffet breakfast served for a fee. This hotel has a restaurant that's perfect for a leisurely bite to eat.
All 81 rooms feature free bottled water and phones. Guests can expect to find free WiFi and TVs with cable channels.
Guests of Hotel del Parque enjoy features like free WiFi in public areas. You'll find limited parking. The 24-hour front desk has staff always at the ready.
Reviews from Trip Advisor
7.0% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 22 reviews