Hotel Casa de las Flores
Bed and Breakfast

Guadalajara oasis of traditional arts, music, and fine dining.
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Guadalajara Bed and Breakfast - Hotel
Casa de las Flores

is just 15 minutes from the center of Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico

in Tlaquepaque, the folk art capital of Mexico

Guadalajara, Mexico bed and breakfast (better than a hotel but at about the same price) Casa de las Flores, named one of the world’s ten best places to stay in a San Francisco Chronicle readers’ poll and praised in the Washington Post, is also a guidebook favorite for Guadalajara Mexico.  Such public recognition is welcome, but a better measure of guest satisfaction is that people who stay once, often return.  Typically more than half of our guests come back multiple times to experience a bit more of the magic of Mexico and Casa de las Flores Bed and Breakfast.  Many others come because of recommendations from friends or family who have stayed at Casa de las Flores Bed and Breakfast in Guadalajara, Mexico.


Indulgence on a budget, just $100 U.S plus taxes / night -- See our Guadalajara bed and breakfast rates.

From the street, in typical Mexican fashion, Casa de las Flores Bed and Breakfast reveals little of what’s beyond the front door.  Inside are seven spacious guest rooms designed by an award-winning Guadalajaran architect, each with private bath.  read more

Stan and Jose, leading our wonderful staff of ten, welcome guests every morning with a delicious breakfast.  We helpfully share local information to make your business or vacation day successful.  read more.


Indulgence on a budget, just $100 U.S. plus taxes / night -- See our rates

After enjoying the attractions of Tlaquepaque or beyond, guests of Casa de las Flores Bed and Breakfast return to our peaceful residential neighborhood.  Here, visitors gain insights into daily life.  Children in their school uniforms skipping along the sidewalks, evening bells from the chapel on the corner, neighbors buying supper at Doña Victoria’s nightly stand, friends and family enjoying a stroll, and kids playing — small moments that make for memorable visits.