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Huge rooms, in a great location, great view (if you do not consider the pollution clouds) but in my room the shower sink was clogged. I told the front desk and no one showed up, throughout my stay.
The staff was ok, food was ok...More
Hotel El Tapatio
Km 6.5, Carretera Chapala, El Tapatío, 45588 San Pedro Tlaquepaque, Jal., Mexico
Just had a four night stay at this property. The good, wonderful old world hotel with spacious rooms, excellent restaurant and pool. The bad, A/C in rooms...More
As a prepaid visitor, compliments of the organizer of an event I participated in, I can't say much about a free stay. But I was disappointed as several,others in our group were. We were assigned a brand new renovated room, and they need to ch...More
The bad: We were received by a young lady who didn't make much eye contact and who seemed to hate her job. The bartenders by the pool don't really know how to make drinks anymore than anyone with alcohol bottles and some mixers. The service...More
I love the fact that its secluded and away from the city but they have a lot of work to do in order to meet expectations. During our stay our room had no phone. We were advised they did not have an extra phone and...More
$51 - $119 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Response from martydavis55 | Reviewed this property |
I'm not sure when it was built that we stayed there in around 1980. The President of Mexico was staying there then too. It's still pretty darn nice. the rooms are about like $100 a night Motel in the United States but much... More
I'm not sure when it was built that we stayed there in around 1980. The President of Mexico was staying there then too. It's still pretty darn nice. the rooms are about like $100 a night Motel in the United States but much much bigger. I think we got about a $42 rate. we were still very very impressed.
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"May have to sacrifice a spacious room for one where the A/C works and the plumbing doesn't leak. If you..."