Casa Pedro Loza was built in 1848 as the home of a wealthy local family. Later, Jose Francisco Orozco and Jiménez, Archbishop of Guadalajara of 1913 to 1936, lived in the property; Probably in the area of what is nowadays the Master Suite of the Secret Garden. After a restoration that began in 2004, Casa Pedro Loza has stood out as an architectural gem of the historic center of Guadalajara. In 2006 it was awarded the city's annual award for its restoration. It maintains many of the elements of the original architectural design, thus emanating a feeling of being in another era. The proposal is based on the guest experience and the cultural value that Guadalajara brings to the world. It is located a short distance from several tourist centers, such as The Cathedral, Degollado Theater, Plaza de Armas, Museum of Journalism and Graphic Arts, Cabañas Cultural Institute, Sacred Art Museum, Government Palace And the Regional Museum. From your arrival, they will make you feel at home and you will see how they pay attention to every detail of your experience. From the decoration of its spaces to the warmth of its staff. In its restaurant you can taste delicious international dishes, the Sky Lounge is ideal to enjoy a refreshing drink and appreciate the beautiful panoramic view to the most important cultural buildings of the city. Each of its rooms is uniquely set with the aim of creating different experiences. If your trip is for business, we guarantee an excellent experience as they have two meeting rooms equipped for business meetings.