Bed and Breakfasts Guadalajara Mexico
Featuring Guadalajara Bed and Breakasts,
as well as Bed and Breakfasts in the Guadalajara Mexico area,
including Tlaquepaque, Tonala, and Zapopan
Information About Guadalajara MexicoGuadalajara Mexico, the second largest city in Mexico, is both historic and modern. According to the World Tourism Organization, Mexico is the seventh major tourism destination in the world. Covering a vast expanse of land south from the USA border to Central America, and from the Pacific Ocean to the Caribbean Sea, Mexico has a wide variety of climates and nature. There are beautiful white sandy beaches and broad dry deserts, high snow-topped mountains and tropical rain forests. Guadalajara Mexico is in the middle of it all, offering day trips to many destinations. Bed and Breakfasts Guadalajara Mexico will help you find the perfect spot from which to explore central Mexico.
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Information About Bed and BreakfastsBed and Breakfast type lodgings have existed since the beginning of man. Modern hotels, on the other hand, are a newer concept. In fact, prior to the twentieth century, it was more common to spend a night in a private home than in commercial housing. With the surge of popularity of B&B's in the 1980's and 1990's, many have discovered the joy of being pampered while staying in a beautifully decorated and furnished home for about the same price (or less!) than a room at a hotel. The Bed and Breakfasts here in Guadalajara Mexico are on par with those in the USA and elsewhere.
If you've never stayed at a bed and breakfast, try one suggested here in Bed and Breakasts Guadalajara Mexico for your next trip to Guadalajara Mexico.
Parador, pension, gasthaus, minskuku, shukuko and pousado are some of the terms used around the world to describe what Americans and English-speaking Europeans think of as a bed and breakfast. In Mexico, many words can be used to signify a place to stay. A few such you might not see outside Spanish speaking countries are:
- quinta = casa de campo or country house
- posada = offering travelers a rooms to rent
- meson = offering food and often a place to stay an Inn
- casa de huespedes = guest house
- pensión = boarding house
- los pensionistas se dirigen = pensioners home
- abastecimiento del uno mismo = self catering
A great option in Guadalajara bed and breakfasts
is Casa de las Flores Bed and Breakfast
2010 TripAdvisor® Travelers' Number 1 Choice AwardFine dining, wonderful shops and small town pace make Casa de las Flores Bed and Breakfast the perfect Guadalajara bed and breakfast and point of departure to enjoy Guadalajara Mexico and the surrounding area. Casa de las Flores is a delightful bed and breakfast in the peaceful town of Tlaquepaque, a crafts and folk-art destination surrounded by the big city of Guadalajara Mexico. The Tlaquepaque bed and breakfast Casa de las Flores is just minutes away by cab or public transport to the historic center of Guadalajara Mexico. We think the best way to enjoy the city is by taking day trips to visit the landmarks of Guadalajara Mexico, and then to leave the traffic and the bustle to return to the more relaxing pace of Tlaquepaque, the folk art capital of Mexico. There are more fine restaurants within walking distance of Casa de las Flores and our historic crafts center of town than in the whole historic center of Guadalajara Mexico. So enjoy the city sites of Guadalajara Mexico but return to the oasis of gardens and traditions that is Casa de las Flores Bed and Breakfast, truly a great Guadalajara bed and breakfast.
Here is a property tour of the grounds of Casa de las Flores located in the crafts capital of Central Mexico, Tlaquepaque, near Guadalajara Mexico in the state of Jalisco, Mexico.
Be welcomed into a typical neighborhood not so typical in that all the neighbors around Casa de las Flores are folk artists and craftsmen. Casa de las Flores is the key to a memorable visit.
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