I was looking for a safe clean hotel to spend the night upon my arrival at Guadalajara. My flight was arriving late at night, I was travelling with my three grandchildren and did not want to drive at night to our destination an hour and twenty minutes away. The Holiday Inn was easy to get to, not far from Miguel Hidalgo Airport. Once there I was greeted by a very friendly young man, I think his name is Jose, at the front desk. I was promptly taken care of. My room was wonderful, clean and roomy for a grandma and her three grandsons, ages 7, 8 and 15. All of us found the beds to be VERY comfortable. Breakfast was great, included everything, not just muffins and coffee. The hotel was clean and all the staff was great.
Hotel near airpot, is locate on top of a hill from where you can see the city., I visit one restaurant for dinner it was delicious and excellent attenttion from the staff and life piano music add romenticisms to it.. Brekfastwas in another restaurant located by the pool on the very top of the hill from where you can see several points of the city attractions, mariachi music a lot of dinning option in a buffet style and very attentive staff.
Festive mariachi melodies parade through the busy streets and shops of Tlaquepaque in the first weeks of September, during the International Mariachi Fair. Not only music but also handicrafts accompany the many fiestas and fairs taking place in this artists' haven. Connoisseurs of hand-blown glass and hand-crafted ceramics turn out every year for the National Handicraft Trade Fair.