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Reviewed September 27, 2016 via mobile

It is a good hotel to stay in if you need to get your visa renewal. It's a good place in Chapultepec Avenue and close to great restaurants and bars.

It's on a great location to go for a walk and do some sightseeing.

Stayed: September 2016, traveled as a couple
Thank Fernando R
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Reviewed July 31, 2016

These people tried to charge us twice for dinning services we never had. They even locked us out of our room once until it was paid. We asked to see a receipt and only then when the signature on the reciept didn't match ours did they let us back in the room. They did the same thing again on check out day. These people are ridiculously us and are just trying to scam guest out of more money. DO NOT STAY HERE!!!!!

  • Stayed: June 2016, traveled as a couple
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1  Thank Mayra G
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Reviewed July 22, 2016

I stayed at this hotel for six days in February. Its a very tidy hotel, all spic and span. The reception staff is helpful but for English speaking tourists communicating with them is difficult because most dont speak English. The rooms are spacious and the beds very comfortable. The coffee percolator in the room is delightful. The breakfast they serve is traditional [quesedillas, beans, scrambled eggs and bacon etc] and the same things are repeated on alternate days which gets quite boring, but the overall quality of food is good. Perhaps the biggest advantage of staying at this hotel is that its a stone's throw from the La Paz avenue which is perhaps the largest street in town and a happening place. The central island on the avenue is huge with benches, fountains and statues and it is perfect for strolling in the evenings. Night market is organised once a week on this avenue. I caught a lovely music gig one night on the avenue where several pop bands played for hours to a crowd that was thousands strong . Both sides of the avenue are lined with convenience stores, restaurants and bars. Therefore, because it is a a good hotel with good surrounds, Laffayette Guadalajara Hotel is a great place to stay in while in Guadalajara.

  • Stayed: February 2016, traveled on business
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Thank sanjivino
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Reviewed April 30, 2016

If you're visiting Guadalajara and you are doing bussiness at the Expo Guadalajara, this hotel is great because is cheap, clean and is just a half block from the Chapulepec avenue where good pubs and bars are.

Room Tip: Higher floor room are better
  • Stayed: April 2016, traveled on business
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Thank Hector_Xalapa
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Reviewed January 24, 2016 via mobile

This hotel bills itself as a 4-Star hotel. By Mexican standards, perhaps, but by Canadian/American standards, Motel 6 is seriously better than this.

There's free wifi but it's irritatingly slow and the connection even drops even though I've got the full 3 bars on my iPhone.

It's January and even though the lows are around 10 celsius, it gets really warm in the room. So why not turn on the A/C? Well, the A/C in all the rooms have been deactivated (meaning you can't turn it on) because it's winter; you're expected to leave your windows open all night. And I wouldn't normally have a problem with that except this is a very lively (read: very loud) part of the city where music plays, church bells ring, sirens blare out and trains whistle into the wee hours of the morning. That is not an exaggeration. The result is that there's no sleep for you. Technically, even if the windows were closed, you'd still here the noise because the windows/rooms are not sound-proofed.

There's a coffeemaker in the room and coffee grounds in a reused, ziplock bag.

There's no in-room safe.

There were zero towels of any sort in the room when we checked in and it took 30 minutes for the towels to be delivered.

Now for the goods:
The front-desk people are nice.

The room comes with free breakfast of eggs, toast and coffee/juice.

The location is great.

I will never stay here again. You've been warned!

Stayed: January 2016, traveled with friends
Thank DRDawson
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