Great price and great location, perched on top of a large hill distantly overlooking downtown Guadalajara. This used to be one of the top hotels in the area but had declined for several years. It's being renovated and has spacious rooms that mix traditional with contemporary updates. The wooden beams ...
Everything was just excellent! The bed was so comfy @nd the feather down pillows ahhhhh, wonderful. The staff was very nice. Rooms super clean. One of the staff members there Armando was super helpful. He made all transportation arrangements for us and was very helpful guiding us on suggesting where ...
The place was gorgeous with fantastic plants and well maintained landscaping. The rooms were small but moderately comfortable (Seating comfort definitely not a consideration). Beds were firm but provided a good night's sleep. Impressed by the cleanliness. The most major negative is that there was ...
OVERALL THE HOTEL WAS PLEASANT AND KEPT CLEAN. BUFFET OMELETTES, COFFEE, BREADS AND JUICES WERE LIGHT AND FILLING. ROOM WAS CLEAN AND FACILITY WELL MAINTAINED GIVEN ITS' LOCATION TO A BUSY ROAD. STAFF ARE VERY, VERY KIND AND I APPRCIATED THE CLEANING STAFF WHO BROUGHT EXTRA PILLOWS AND TOWELS.
Guadalajara is the second largest city in Mexico and is known as the "Pearl of the West." This is also a musical city. It is the birthplace of Mariachi and holds a Mariachi festival every year. Surprisingly, it is also known for its mild climate, which draws visitors all through the year. Hotel visitors will find accommodations ranging from family oriented hotels with babysitting services to private villas with all the amenities.
There are many hotels that provide conference space. Expo Guadalajara is the largest venue, with space for up to 3,000 people, as well as smaller meeting rooms.
Visitors to Guadalajara hotels will find the best restaurants are in the downtown or the historic district, and many are proud to serve traditional mestizo cuisine, but there are also French, Chinese, and American steakhouses around the city. There are also famous fastfood chains, like Dominos Pizza, which is happy to deliver directly to the hotel room.
Hotel visitors will want to visit the Jose Cuervo Distillery, La Rojena, which opens it doors for tours, so the whole process of making tequila is revealed to the interested tourist.
Guadalajara is the home of the largest open-air market in the Northern Hemisphere. Hotel visitors can also take a short trip to Tlaquepaque, which has over 300 shops offering all kinds of merchandise.
While there are sports of all kinds in Guadalajara, the city is known for being a prime location for extreme sports in and around the city, especially in Parque Metropolitano.
The place was gorgeous with fantastic plants and well maintained landscaping. The rooms were small but moderately comfortable (Seating comfort definitely not a consideration). Beds were firm but provided a good night's sleep. Impressed by the cleanliness. The most major negative is that there was no coffee, no access to coffee, no coffee pot and the town isn't up and running until 11 a.m so that you can get a cup of coffee. There are really no places that we could see on the grounds that are just for lounging around looking at the beautiful property. It is fine if you are young and want to zip line and run about on 4 wheelers but the hills are steep, the cabins are usually perched on little hills with a lot of stair climbing and even if you did go out walking, there is no where to sit if you got tired. Would go back to Mazamitla but would likely pick from one of the many many housing options (few that you can find online).
It not the first time I have stood in this hotel. Service is good.
NH Providencia is not located in the oldest or most historic part of Guadalajara, but it is located in the part which is both safe and attractive. This is not a great city for free and unrestricted walking, but the NH Providencia is extremely well situated and offers numerous interesting restaurant opportunities, plus a cheap (60 peso) cab ride to some beautiful colonial architecture, like Basilica Zapopan. The restaurant in the hotel is one of the few places in Guadalajara where you can find a small plates meal. Most restaurants tend to large servings of grass fed beef, which happens to be excellent. But the hotel restaurant also offers lighter meals, should you be interested. In my life I have only lost a cell phone once. Which happened to be in Guadalajara on this trip. The hotel concierge retrieved the phone in 30 minutes. So that is pretty good service. I recommend the hotel.
The staff was very friendly. The guest rooms are well appointed and spacious. The common areas of the hotel are beautiful and the dining room is spacious.The pool looked inviting. The food was excellent and reasonably priced. My only criticism is that there were water spots on the shower fixtures and the doors. I found the pillows to be uncomfortable. I give it an overall rating 4.9 and thus hotel deserves a four star rating.