Posada San Pablo

Address: Madero 429, Guadalajara, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 44100, Mexico | Hotel
 
Searching for availability...
*Prices above are provided by partners for one room, double occupancy and do not include all taxes and fees. Please see our partners for full details.
 

How has this hotel rated in the past?

  What's this?
Discover trends in hotel experiences based on real traveler reviews and ratings. Mouse over circles to see what some travelers had to say.

Location

This hotel, located on Madero 429, Guadalajara, is near Palacio de Gobierno, Centro Cultural, Nueve Esquinas (Las), and Centro Cultural Jaime Torres Bodet.
Map this hotel

Description

       

    TripAdvisor Reviews Posada San Pablo Guadalajara

    3.00 of 5 stars Good
     

    Travel Blogs from Guadalajara

    Juli 28, 2014

    A travel blog entry by claire-jellard on Jul 28, 2014

    17 photos

    ... our trip through Mexico there were plenty of police and military checkpoints along the route and we often saw trucks with a few heavily armed soldiers or police - we were not sure what they were! They looked very sinister - completely dressed in black with black scarves covering their faces and heavily armed (see photo). We arrived in Guadalajara in the pouring rain, but luckily it soon cleared up and we were able to ...

    Semana Santa in Mexico

    A travel blog entry by perequito on Apr 19, 2014

    1 comment, 4 photos

    ... where I am presently staying is really so reminiscent of the "Old World," of maybe 500 years ago when the major populations and cities of the Western world were based in spiritual or religious centers, e.g., Rome, Constantinople, etc., in contrast to much of the Western world today that has its major cities based in major economic centers like New York, Los Angeles, etc. Most of these small towns and cities have their own Catholic churches and the local ...

    UNESCOh Look Its Another Cathedral...

    A travel blog entry by doove on Nov 02, 2013

    110 photos

    ... sleeping near their relative’s graves overnight, bringing gifts of things they enjoyed during their lifetime. It’s a very spiritual event which would have been good to see, but seems I missed it so I just went out for some more amazing food, before getting the last bumpy bus ride back.

    And that was more or less it… three more World Heritage Sites in the bag… However, in (a rare bit of) seriousness, Elizabeth and her family couldn’t ...

    Visit to Ajijic and Month 2 Finances

    A travel blog entry by luluandal on Oct 06, 2012

    10 comments, 73 photos

    ... For a modest $50 USD, I got done, what I thought would have been impossible in Mexico. Once again, this country has pulled through for me.
    Ajijic has a large community of full and part-time foreign residents including some 7,000 U.S. citizens and Canadians. Ajijic was founded by the Nahuatl Indians in the early 1400’s and then colonized in 1652 by Spain who laid out the cobblestone streets that remain there today. The town is now occupied by ...

    GRINGOS NOT APPRECIATING THE LOCALS HAVING FUN

    A travel blog entry by tezzatravels on Feb 11, 2012

    5 photos

    ... pic of his father from the '60's, that of a signal man. We got a description in English re various drinks aboard, including pre-mixes in cans [all the English speakers are aboard this carriage]. 1000 was scheduled departure but 1015 in reality, Mexican time. The entire train is mostly locals, out for a good time on a Saturday. Had a pineapple juice to start. Alan is so so re his recovery. He was fine for his other 3 week tour but has twice been dodgy on this ...