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Del Carmen Concept Hotel, situated in a restored 19th century neo-classical hacienda is a luxury boutique hotel offering a new concept in accommodation; transporting us to the elegant hotels of the belle époque, whilst integrating advanced technology and the avant-garde design of the 21st century. Dedicated to the Surrealist art movement in Mexico, each suite has been exquisitely designed to pay homage to the most representative artists of the era: Tamayo, Varo, Cuevas, Gerzso, Carrington, Friedeberg, Soriano, Coronel & Vlady. A magical place that allows us to escape from reality…
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Calle Jacobo Galvez 45 Zona Centro, Guadalajara 44100 Mexico
Very noisy hotels and the mattress in our room needs to be replaced. The room was not very clean. I called the manager to ask for more towels as we had to use some of them to clean the bathroom counters and had to go...More
The location is perfect and leaves most sights within walking distance. The rooms were spacious and well appointed. I second the earlier review about the noise. Being right on the square is very nice, especially when you can open all of the doors and enjoy...More
Wonderful botique hotel in the historic center, but after my second visit I will not return,
Terrible service at reception. Nobody really cares about the guests. (except the cleaning lady and the person during the night shift).
If you come by car - be aware...More
Amazing experience even from the time of getting our key to the room, which is an antique one. We stayed in the Soriano room and loved it. It doesnt have a/c but you dont need it in GDLs summer: we went there in July.
I LOVE THIS LITTLE HOTEL! is like staying in an OLD hacienda. Super SUPER cute! DECORATED WITH A MIX of old and modern furniture. It is located down town just across the street of the Ex convent del Carmen. This area is famous to be...More