Hotel El Tapatio & Resort
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
Photos of Hotel El Tapatio & Resort
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel El Tapatio & Resort Tlaquepaque
Travel Blogs from Tlaquepaque
... Ajijic go to both Tonala and Tlaquepaque when shopping for furniture for their new Mexican casa. If you need anything from furniture to lighting fixtures this is the place at a pretty good prices.
First on the list was lunch - we went to Restaurante Casa Fuerte where we ordered their infamous Tamarind Margarita's - spectacular. Lunch was amazing as well. From there we hit ...
... level, and then has another 4 high steps. At the top would be the post hole used for the Volador ceremonies. The circular sets were used by the rulers, their families and as a priestly caste. Although today they appear to be a pile of stones, gravel and hay, during it’s day, these structures were painted bright colors with intricate designs and details.
Some of the areas were used for the priests to use ...
... and unlike in the US if well behaved most are welcome to outdoor dining places. Our meals, George ordered Eggs Florentine and me Eggs Benedict were fantastic. We both chose the cappuccino frio to accompany. The cold frothy sweet coffee drink hit the spot. Tradition bread, hot sauce and onions were brought to the table first then our main entrees. Afterwards it seemed like we walked for miles in the pleasant 74 degree cool air taking in ...
... security - women for women and about 12 male police for the "hombre" line. Bill had to get rid of his pocket knife. Oh well, not a good one. The first stop was the wild ride where people got inside giant transparent beach balls and goofed around on water. Then the band area - Leo knew a few people - we were there for a short while and he motioned to come with him. It wasn't ...
... sights and smells. Mom would come out of one store saying you
have to see this, then Dad would come out of the next store saying
you have to see that, then Cathie and I would say wait until you see
some other sculpture.
The gps has more then paid for itself.
It really helped leaving Tlaquepaque this morning, then navigating us
to the Walmart in Leon, and also finding Mom and ...