4.5
Very Good 131 Reviews
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Amenities

  •  Free WiFi
  •  Restaurant
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Overview

Location

Casa Pedro Loza is in the heart of Guadalajara, walking distance from Museo del Periodismo y las Artes Graficas and Presidencia Municipal. This 4-star inn is within close proximity of Rotonda de los Hombres Ilustres and Regional Museum of Guadalajara.

Rooms

Make yourself at home in one of the 12 individually decorated guestrooms, featuring iPod docking stations and DVD players. 32-inch plasma televisions with satellite programming provide entertainment, while complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected. Private bathrooms with showers feature rainfall showerheads and complimentary toiletries. Conveniences include safes and desks, as well as phones with free local calls.

Spa, Wellness & Premium Amenities

Take in the views from a rooftop terrace and make use of amenities such as complimentary wireless Internet access and concierge services.

Food & Drink

Enjoy a meal at a restaurant, or stay in and take advantage of the inn’s room service (during limited hours).

How to Get There

Casa Pedro Loza
Calle Pedro Loza 360, Centro Histórico
Guadalajara, 44100 Mexico

Reviews

4.5 Very Good 131 Reviews
Different and charming
Reviewed 2 months ago

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.

Old times are not always good times.
Reviewed 5 months ago

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.

Unusual review
Reviewed 5 months ago

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.

Unique and charming, not the most comfortable beds
Reviewed 7 months ago

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.

Super charming, great breakfast and great location!
Reviewed 8 months ago

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.