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Calle Pedro Loza 360 Centro Historico, Guadalajara 44100 Mexico
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#34 of 168 in Guadalajara
Casa Pedro Loza was built in 1848 as the home of a wealthy local family. 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.
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Property amenities
Paid public parking on-site
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Taxi service
Business Center with Internet Access
Conference facilities
Couples massage
Rooftop terrace
Baggage storage
Banquet room
Meeting rooms
Non-smoking hotel
24-hour check-in
Laundry service
Ironing service
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Room features
Blackout curtains
Air conditioning
Private balcony
Cable / satellite TV
Complimentary toiletries
Wardrobe / closet
Bottled water
Clothes rack
Private bathrooms
Flatscreen TV
Hair dryer
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City view
Bridal suite
Non-smoking rooms
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Languages Spoken
English, Spanish
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Carley Anne wrote a review Nov 2020
San Jose, California7 contributions2 helpful votes
This is based simply on booking experience -- which has shown me that I DO NOT ever want to stay at this hotel. I booked the nicest room that Casa Pedro Loza has for two nights in February 2021 as part of an anniversary trip. Due to a change in our flights by the airline (a result of different scheduled, post-COVID) and therefore a change in our needs on the trip, I need to now cancel the nights I booked because I will no longer be in Guadalajara for the dates booked. This is a somewhat normal and reasonable thing that people have happen when booking hotels months in advance. I don't cancel hotel stays often, but have never had an issue when I've tried (though sometimes, of course, it means forfeiting a deposit). In this case, however, I LITERALLY CANNOT GET IN TOUCH WITH THE HOTEL! I have sent 4 different emails since July to two different addresses, called dozens of times literally --probably 50+ phone calls over the months). I have never received a single word in response or a call back. I have used all of the contact info provided publicly on the hotel website, which is the same as the info printed in the confirmation email I received for the reservation. By all accounts, they are projecting online that they are open and taken reservations. But I still cannot get a response about my cancellation. I'm sure the hotel is lovely. But if you're booking during this strange time and want any peace of mind or any option of cancelation or flexibility, don't bother. Not worth the hassle! Now I must move on to contacting my bank and disputing the charge for the room since I have not even been given a re-booking option by the hotel! Not at all the way to run an effective hospitality business!
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Date of stay: April 2020
Tano wrote a review Jul 2019
Fort Worth, Texas4 contributions2 helpful votes
This is a super awesome Hotel, very welcoming, warm and awesome staff. They are always out to help you. If you are looking at staying at a hotel with an old feel but still want tv and ac. Well this is your place. Free breakfast Johnathan and his coworker ( we did not get her name were fabulous. Awesome place. Nothing negative. Please know that’s in a great location, close to everything on a semi busy street so there will be noise but nothing we couldn’t handle.
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Date of stay: June 2019Trip type: Traveled
Response from alvarogarciaj, Director de Recepción at Casa Pedro Loza
Responded Jul 4, 2019
Dear guest, we just want to say thank you for give us the opportunity to bring you our service. For us the most important is to make your stay in our hotel a great experience. We hope to see you soon.
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Richard S wrote a review May 2019
Bath, United Kingdom61 contributions13 helpful votes
As the only people in this hotel for three nights we found it a bit weird but the building overall (Spanish Colonial style) and the room itself were excellent. The first floor rooms are lovely, accessed from a shaded interior balcony that overlooks a dining atrium; further up is a large open roof terrace. Our only complaint is that it does take a long time for hot water to get to the shower in the morning (although they do warn you of this). Central Guadalajara and the Centro Historic is a bit sparse when it comes to serious restaurants, so location is a bit away from the beaten tourist track. If the hotel restaurant is open, however, that isn't a problem and it was certainly worth trying and good value. Breakfast is a bit formulaic but ample and Mexican. I think the hotel mainly works as a weekend wedding venue so it structures what it does around that, but certainly a change from the international hotel scene.
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Date of stay: March 2019
Trip type: Traveled
Response from alvarogarciaj, Gerente at Casa Pedro Loza
Responded May 27, 2019
Dear Richard, thank you so much for give us your feedback, for us it's very important to know about our guests experience. We always try to make our best to bring you a great experience in service and hospitality.
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Cynthia K wrote a review Jan 2019
Mexico, D.F.45 contributions9 helpful votes
This hotel is beautiful. This does not mean that it is necessarily practical. The hotel is a house built in 1848. It has a lovely restaurant, and beautiful stairways. Watch out. You have to be careful or if you fall, you may land in the hospital or worse. Hay innumerable stairs. The catch is that in 1848 the bedrooms did not have bathrooms. These hotel rooms have a plastic transparent cube. Yes , a cube. In the cube we find a toilet, a sink and a shower. A sign above the shower says to let the water run. I let the water run and the room flooded. It turns out that one lets the tap run in the sink. A small error but the room soon was full of water. The TV is ok. The room has air conditioning. The location is very nice. The hotel is surrounded by old lovely buildings.
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Date of stay: December 2018
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Trip type: Traveled
Room Tip: I only saw our room. I like antiques and old places and I was charmed.
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Response from PJsMM, Director Comercial at Casa Pedro Loza
Responded Feb 5, 2019
Dear guest: Thank you so much for your review, we are sorry for the inconvenience, we hope you enjoyed the rest of your stay as well as the premises. Looking forward to hosting you again.
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a m wrote a review Jan 2019
London, United Kingdom237 contributions263 helpful votes
We booked this hotel through Expedia but on arrival it was closed for renovations. It was clear we were unable to stay there and the hotel staff were incredibly apologetic and helpful. They helped us to get a refund from Expedia and helped with transport to another hotel that we found. So even though we didn’t get to stay there, the service was exceptional. We ended up staying at the NH collection which turned out, for us, to be in a better location so I suggest researching locations before choosing a hotel in Guadalajara.
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Date of stay: January 2019Trip type: Traveled
Response from PJsMM, Director Comercial at Casa Pedro Loza
Responded Feb 5, 2019
Dear guest: Thank you so much for your review, our apologies once again and we are so glad you had an excellent visit in this beautiful city of Guadalajara. We hope to have the pleasure of serving you in the future.
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Rox wrote a review Nov 2018
2 contributions1 helpful vote
This place is gorgeous as everyone has mentioned and the room decors are exciting. The beds are very hard though so if this would be a problem for you I don’t recommend staying here as other hotels in Guadalajara have softer beds. The staff was really great about helping me move to a different hotel.
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Date of stay: November 2018Trip type: Traveled
Response from PJsMM, Director Comercial at Casa Pedro Loza
Responded Nov 28, 2018
Dear guest: Thank you for your review, we are sorry for the inconvenience, we hope to have the pleasure of serving you again.
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TravelInfinity2020 wrote a review Oct 2018
los angeles144 contributions42 helpful votes
I stayed at Casa Pedro Loza only for one night before moving to the Westin Guadalajara to get some SPG nights before the end of the year. This is a gorgeous little boutique hotel with a beautifully decorated courtyard. The hotel has a lot of charm with the historical architecture. Obviously the room is also historical but well maintained but if you are more into charm than modern conveniences then this is the place for you! The room and bathroom was not too big but it was sufficient for two. Besides, one should really enjoy the beautiful rooftop/courtyard and dining area instead of staying in the room anyways. Road noise may be bit of a bother for some people but I fell asleep just fine. I spent a few hours in the courtyard the next morning and enjoyed the wonderful breakfast with the fountain running. Everything is perfectly appointed, breakfast was sufficient and very tasty although maybe it was too tasty that I wish the portion was larger. All in all I would definitely recommend this boutique hotel if you want to experience old world charm. Location is superb as it is 5-10 minutes walk to the center.
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Date of stay: September 2018
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Trip type: Traveled
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Response from PJsMM, Director Comercial at Casa Pedro Loza
Responded Nov 12, 2018
Dear guest: So happy to hear your experience was a pleasant one and that you enjoyed our premises and service. We hope to be the hotel of your choice next time you visit this great city.
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Lucinda M wrote a review Aug 2018
guadalajara82 contributions60 helpful votes
A GORGEOUS hotel, located for effortless sightseeing right in downtown Guadalajara. Masterfully restored, and designed as a complete refuge from any city noise or congestion; with gracious rooms and a lobby restaurant where you'll be tempted to sit for hours. The breakfasts and brunches we've had here have been memorable, and each time we visit we learn more fascinating facts, as the staff is both knowledgeable and passionate about the history of their treasured edifice.
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Date of stay: December 2017
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Response from PJsMM, Director Comercial at Casa Pedro Loza
Responded Aug 20, 2018
Dear guest: Thank you so much for your wonderful review, we love to hear stories such as yours, we are happy to know you enjoyed your stay and hope you return very soon.
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cyberjack88 wrote a review Feb 2018
Ajijic, Mexico29 contributions4 helpful votes
Only 12 rooms. Beautiful architecture and lovely unique rooms. Some smaller then others. Happy smiling staff. Great lunch served in the dining room. Valet parking at additional cost. Good wifi. Great location within walking distance of Cathedral and grand plaza.
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Date of stay: February 2018Trip type: Traveled
Room Tip: Ask for a larger room
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Response from PJsMM, Director Comercial at Casa Pedro Loza
Responded Feb 27, 2018
Dear guests: Thank you so much for your wonderful comments, we are delighted to know you enjoyed your stay and hope you can visit us again in the near future.
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Bruce and Lisa wrote a review Feb 2018
Mahone Bay, Canada30 contributions12 helpful votes
Beyond the facade of Casa Pedro Loza lies the beauty and warmth of Old World Charm. Tastefully decorated in the period of 1848, this well appointed Boutique Hotel boasts the beauty and gentility of days gone by! We booked the Secret Garden (Jardin Secreto) with a private jacuzzi. This spacious room was the perfect spot for a little "Valentines Getaway". When we first arrived to our suite, the water seemed chilly for the Jacuzzi, but we were assured once the jets and heat came on we would be more than happy. It heated up quite quickly, and we enjoyed a bottle of wine, and a nice soak before dinner! We had a beautiful meal in the dining room! Our waiter was very attentive, but not intrusive. We both enjoyed the tortilla soup, delicious home made rolls, and the filet mignon. This meal was presented most exquistly, and the flavours were outstanding. This meal will be sure to please even the most discriminating palate!! After dinner, we went up to the rooftop patio, and enjoyed a glass of wine taking in the sights and sounds from the sky! We retired for the night, lit some candles and truly enjoyed the ambiance that this room provided! We toured some of the other rooms in the morning, and they are all just beautiful!! Thank you so much Ariadne, your staff are polite and most helpful! We had a 5 star experience at this gorgeous Hotel, from the moment we started corresponding with Ariadne, to the time of checkout it was a most pleasurable experience! Valet parking is available for $80 pesos, It is offsite, but very accommodating! Thank you for a most memorable getaway! We are already planning on bringing some friends back in April!
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Date of stay: February 2018
Response from Ariadne T, Director de Relaciones Públicas at Casa Pedro Loza
Responded Feb 16, 2018
Good afternoon Mrs. Lisa: Thank you so much for such a beautiful and detail description of your experience with us. Beyond the amazing words that you wrote for us, the most important thing is the motivation for all our staff! Be sure that I´ll show it to all of them. We will be waiting for your friends and you for next April, you already have our information, anyway if you have any doubt please contact us again. and at last but not least thanks for your card information, you have a magic place too! Kindly regards.
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Frequently Asked Questions about Casa Pedro Loza
Which popular attractions are close to Casa Pedro Loza?
Nearby attractions include Pub Crawl Guadalajara (0.3 miles), Templo Santa Maria de Gracia (0.3 miles), and Museo del Periodismo y las Artes Gráficas (0.1 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Casa Pedro Loza?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, a business center, and meeting rooms.
Which room amenities are available at Casa Pedro Loza?
Top room amenities include air conditioning, a flat screen TV, and blackout curtains.
Is parking available at Casa Pedro Loza?
Yes, paid public parking on-site is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Casa Pedro Loza?
Conveniently located restaurants include Menudería Lidia, Tortas Felipe, and La Morenita.
Is Casa Pedro Loza located near the city center?
Yes, it is 0.4 miles away from the center of Guadalajara.
Does Casa Pedro Loza offer any business services?
Yes, it conveniently offers a business center, meeting rooms, and a banquet room.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Casa Pedro Loza?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English and Spanish.
Are there any historical sites close to Casa Pedro Loza?
Many travelers enjoy visiting Palacio de Gobierno del Estado de Jalisco (0.4 miles), Hacienda Santa Lucia (1.3 miles), and El Acueducto (3.0 miles).
Does Casa Pedro Loza have any great views?
Yes, guests often enjoy the city view available here.