Camino Real Guadalajara Expo
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews Camino Real Guadalajara Expo
Travel Blogs from Guadalajara
... to know a lot of nice people, but I saw almost nothing of Guadalajara. Since I'm not interested in cities anyway I was not that sad about it. Nevertheless, I decided to come back to Guadalajara after my trip to Huasteca Potosina (I had to catch a plane to Cancun anyway and the airport of Guadalajara offered cheap flights). So when I came back from my trip one week later I could stay at Luis' flat again and he also had some time ...
... utensils, clothes and shoes are the objects that most are.
The festivities began on January 5 and still continues, 15 days later, and I was told that they will go on until the 25th of January because of the 250 year anniversary. The little sleepy pueblo of Jocotepec is hustling and bustling with traffic and people like I have never seen before. Most of the town’s centro is blocked ...
... with people carrying the statue of San Sebastian start off the San Sebastian Fiesta in upper Ajijic. Jocotepec is having a large fiesta around January 10th, but as usual, I can never find anything about Jocotepec's activities. It seems that this active little village is not as organized as the others are and does not have a way to get their news out to people. We either get the announcement late, or through word of mouth, which usually has ...
... good job at picking the hotels location, since there was nothing close by to look at, so we didn't get out to see anything. I should have gotten something closer in to town, but then again, finding a pet friendly hotel was a little challenging. Regardless, Hotel Zar was a great hotel for about $55 USD. It was clean, friendly people and offered free breakfast. And, they had security.
After getting acquainted with the room, Molly was feeling right at ...
... my packsack, bags in each hand and the same for Deb. No car yet, and we don't know if you can trust all the cabs yet, so we hiked our way UP THE HILL with our load of groceries, stopping every 200 yards or so to catch our breath. See Deb, I told you that this would be healthy for us!! We'll need a new plan going forward.
We also went for lunch to Tony's - a local restaurant just down the road from ...