One Guadalajara Centro
When you visit Guadalajara, one of the cities most full of tradition and folklore in Mexico, stay at One Guadalajara Centro Histórico. An affordable hotel that guarantees your safety and comfort, just what you need to work or rest.
Discover the Mexican culture of this city, with its cowboys, tequila and mariachi. In addition to being the heart of Jalisco, this modern city in continually more and more important, both in Mexico and internationally, thanks to its infrastructure of convention centers and the incredible growth of industry and commerce.
An affordable hotel that provides only what you need in your travels. It's prime location is in the Historic Center, near the Teatro Degollado (Degollado Theater), the Cathedral, the Hospicio Cabañas (Cabañas Hospice) and more. Your stay here will allow you to be fully immersed in Guadalajara's traditions.
100% smoke free hotel.
- Business center
- Guests access with guide dogs
- 100% smoke free hotel
- Indoor parking with cost
- Free Wi-Fi access
- Breakfast Only
- Handicapped access
- Pets are not allowed
- Laundry service
One Guadalajara Centro Historico
"Not worth your time"
I am usually very lenient when it comes to rating a hotel, but this hotel had many issues and thankfully we only stayed one night and left as soon as we could. This hotel means well but is totally off the mark. First, the entrance is under a construction walk way, all you have is an elevator or stairs, with a man sitting on a chair to direct you. One you reach the lobby, it looks like a facility or waiting room more like a hotel, the front desk is pushed back. They explain that this hotel is modern, but unfortunately the furniture looks very modern cheap... more like something you would purchase and IKea on sale. The hotel has a bad stench of drainage, the carpets were very dirty, I'm just glad that the hotel room did not have carpet. The only way to travel about the hotel is by your room key, at one point I wanted to go up to the terrace and I was told by a worker that I would have to ask the hotel front desk to see if they give you permission. The room was very small and the bathroom was at an angle very tight quarters, to get into and out of the bathroom. The view outside our room was facing the cathedral but obstructed by all the construction outside. The beds were comfortable, hard but I slept well. The food was below average, the only thing I enjoyed was the red sauce for the hard corn tortilla chips. The stench was present during our breakfast. The worse part of this hotel is that they do not offer you front drive up service, nor can you park, the hotel directs you to park at a public parking lot two blocks north and says it will only cost you like $70 pesos for overnight, in reality it came out to 130.00 pesos. You would think the hotel would validate your parking as their guest... fat chance! You are on your own with that one. The only nice thing is that it is very close to the centro civico or downtown, unfortunately it's in a very bad part of town, doesn't feel safe, I understood why the hotel is in lock down mode. The photos posted to Expedia where I did my reservations is VERY misleading... don't believe the photos you see online.
"Clean, cheap, nice, in downtown and breakfast included"
Honestly this hotel was a surprise; I booked because it is close to downtown but I had a good experience in the checkin, everything is close, room in front to the cathedral and room was amazing very nice and clean...like an alotf sheraton hotel + hilton hamtomp inn because the breakfasts. 4 start because is not 5 stars and lobby and hotel is not 5 start but Honestly this is a very nice hotel and I loved the location and room. U will not disappointed!! Book here! Check the price vs others without breakfast. Hope to book again here in the future
"One Guadalajara Historico Hotel"
We enjoyed our stay at this hotel. Everything was to our preference and could not improve on anything. The friendliness of the staff and their ability to speak English made me very comfortable. Location could not be better and the rooms were very clean. We also felt very safe in the hotel because of the way it is set up with the elevator and key card.
"Not my favorite "
Ok so obviously it's not the hotels fault but the construction is so bad. We did like 5 circles around it just trying to find the hotel entrance. Turns out you can't get to the entrance by car. You have to park elsewhere and walk 3 blocks w all your luggage. This wouldn't have been a big deal but after the traffic and the circling my husband was late for his meeting so it was a huge pain. When we got to the hotel there were like 70 people in line waiting to use the elevator so that was another 25 min. When we finally got upstairs our room wasn't ready. Seriously wouldn't stay here again. The staff is nice. And if you like downtown then I guess it's ok. And it's definitely cheap. Personally I think downtown is super dirty and ghetto. I much prefer Monraz area or near Sao Paolo. Anyways we stay in Gdl twice a month for my husbands job and I've stayed at literally all the hotels so if you want to know about a hotel or area just ask.
"Real Poor Hotel."
First night smoke detector went off at 2. They came and remove the unit. Never replaced it. Second night air broke at 2. Horrible night. They offer work space..ask to make a copy. The machine was broke. Free breakfast, same thing every morning powered eggs over cooked. Really hard fried beans. Yes free but really bad. The carpet in the hallways were dirty and the floors always smelled like a sewer. Now the rooms were clean. But most of the time the room was not cleaned until 6. After a long day out you do not want to have to wait for room service. BUT THE WORST, they did not tell us they were building a tunnel outside the front of the hotel and would be building for two years. The main problem is they work all night. 24/7. Try to sleep with huge flood lights in your window, welding flashes like thunder bolts and steam shovel digging all night. All the staff was delightful except the young man at the check in counter. He needs at attitude adjustment. Great location but because of all the work out front getting around is not easy. I would not stay here again. They need a complete overhaul.
Top-rated Attractions Nearby
Instituto Cultural Cabanas
Fox in a Box
Tlaquepaque and Tonala Artisans Tour
Basilica de Zapopan
Superior Room, 1 Queen
These practical and basic rooms feature a modern decor, making them welcoming and enjoyable. Rooms feature a queen size bed, work desk, closet, air conditioning and heat, wireless Internet, phone, voicemail and cable TV.
Standard Room, 2 Double
Take a break, rest and recharge in this comfortable and practical room. Featuring two beds, work desk, closet, air conditioning and heat, wireless Internet, phone, voicemail and cable TV.
This room has been specially-equipped to provide comfort to our special guests. These rooms have the same amenities as standard rooms but are wheel-chair accessible and provide safety rails for the shower, toilet and tub. They also have cable TV, Internet, a work desk and a queen size bed. This room connects with another room and has two beds.