The Hotel Morales traces its roots to the arrival of the railroad in Guadalajara in 1888. Along the way, the property has been an inn, a poorhouse and a hotel known for hosting bullfighters, whether they could pay or not. The hotel closed its doors in 1974 but was renovated and reopened in 2005, after the classical neo-colonial architecture had been lovingly restored. Today, the nicely appointed 64 rooms of the upscale hotel surround the courtyard, which is a lovely place to sit with its plush chairs, bubbling fountain and view of the arched walkways above.
Av. Corona 243, Col. Centro, Guadalajara (The Hotel Morales sits three blocks south of Avenida JuĂˇrez at the corner of Avenida Corona and Prisciliano SĂˇnchez, diagonal from the JardĂn San Francisco.)
This Hotel is: High End
Hotel Amenities, Services and Facilities 24-Hour Hot Water, 24-Hour Reception, Airport Pickup - Extra Charge, Bar, Hair dryer, Laundry Service, Linens Included, Lounge, Luggage Storage, Non-Smoking Rooms, Restaurant, Room Service, Safe in Reception or Rooms, Telephone/Fax Facilities, Towels Included, Travel Info Desk, Wheelchair Accessible, Wifi
Credit cards accepted
Prices don't include tax. Children under age 12 stay free in shared room with parents. Prices posted at the desk are 1,290 - 1,990 pesos.
Phone: (52) (33) 3658-5232
Fax: (52) (33) 3658-5239
E-mail: reservaciones(at) hotelmorales.com.mx