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Santiago De Compostela
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Reviewed June 18, 2012

We arrived to Guadalajara very early in the morning. The hotel was able to give us a cup of coffee and let us check in at 7 am. We had an absolutely wonderful room on the 5th floor, very near the rooftop pool.

I would recommend booking the room on the hotels website directly. It helps if you speak spanish. We paid less than 50 US$ per night.

After traveling to the beach at Manzanillo and Colima, we decided to return to the hotel as we liked it so much. A simple call to the hotel and our former room was reserved for us.

  • Stayed: May 2012, traveled as a couple
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1  Thank anne t
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Reviewed September 26, 2011

stayed there Sept 22, 2011 and paid 1,100 pesos (at 13x1) for jr. suite 324, with park view, which we wanted with all the inherent noise, as we live in the desert and need some stressy sounds twice a year. The hotel is quite okay, 3 blocks from Sanborns and right at pedestrian shopping area. However downtown GDL is not really a shopping area by euro or American standards, it;s a mix of hardware stores, junk food and factory "boutiques". The hotel staff was average friendly and the place was clean, yet uninspiring, free underground parking. Compared to Morales and de Mendoza, same thing, really, if you're driving, great spot to get into and out of city, right turn and 10 minutes to Tlaquepaque, left and 4 blocks then left again, 20 minutes to Vallarta Avenue, shopping and dance clubs, restaurants galore. So for 2 days in GDL, especially with a car and or needing taxis, I'd say not a bad place, just don't expect colonial furniture or fixings....

Room Tip: while naturally noisy, park view rooms are most attractive, watch the chaos below and listen to catholic time pieces every 15 minutes, 7/11 right at corner, get your beer and soft drinks there at 1/3 of hotel prices.
  • Stayed: September 2011, traveled as a couple
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6  Thank Cineasta
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Reviewed September 10, 2011

My wife and I arrived by bus ,early (6 am) for check in. Check in is actually not till one pm. The clerk let us check in at 7 am. Thank goodness( we were beat from 8 hr bus ride.) However room we were in (#338), was in back part of dark hall way. Next day asked for and received change of room to (#302). Facing court yard lobby.
Little more noise, but much brighter. .
Piano music some evenings, from lobby. Enjoyed . Internet service was sparadic... Had to go to lobby sometimes to get signal..
Location of Hotel was excellent. Walked to Theater Degollado, gov't bldgs, Plazas , easily..Bus line , 2 blocks over at 16 de Septembre. From there to Tonala, Tlaquepaque.
Enjoyed are stay. Overall , a little funky, but charming.

Room Tip: Basic room, with TV, shower, tub,. Clean .
  • Stayed: September 2011, traveled with family
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1  Thank richjan24
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Reviewed March 1, 2011

We stayed here for 10 days at the end of January - Room 406 was great. It faced an interior courtyard . It was a quiet location as we did not hear any street noise. On the weekends there was piano music coming from the lobby but it did not last long into the evening. The room had a double or queen bed, closet space, sink separate from toilet and shower, vanity/desk and TV. The rooms were very clean and in good shape. Two bottles of water were provided everyday. The restaurant had an excellent buffet every morning. The staff did not speak much English but were very friendly and accommodating. From the hotel you can walk anywhere in Centro. If you need a taxi they are right across the street from the entrance. Several banks are close by if cash is required. High speed internet was free and worked very well.

  • Stayed: January 2011, traveled as a couple
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2  Thank timetraveler42
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Reviewed December 22, 2010

Fits the colonial-style mode. Three room types: window room onto street noise; airless interior corridor room; and, room overlooking interior courtyard. Take your pick, take your poison. Selected #3 as least of evils for this stay. Open window on courtyard let in noise and afforded no privacy. But, had to leave it open as the air in the room was still, damp and impregnated with the built-up residue of cleaning solutions, though strangely the room itself did not seem clean. Breathe through your teeth inside the Santiago de Compostela. Rate included good wifi internet, but no breakfast. No discount offered from rack rate if you walk in without reservation. Plenty of food options nearby; Hotel situated a block off the main avenue, and within easy walking of all the sites of historico centro. After one night here, you can walk the area to discover a better hotel.

  • Stayed: December 2010, traveled solo
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4  Thank Paubranco
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