Ever wondered where tequila and mariachi originated from? Wonder no more. Both the drink and the music were born in the state of Jalisco, of which Guadalajara is the capital. This historic city is the best place to imbibe the popular Mexican drink on a city break, while listening to the wandering mariachi bands. Enjoy “charro negro” by mixing coke with tequila, or freshen up with “paloma” by stirring in a fizzy grapefruit drink. Along the way, experience the historic center of the city, and see its many landmarks, such as Teatro Degollado, the Guadalajara Cathedral, or the Palacio de Gobierno and its beautiful murals. Feed the weekend mood in the city's many traditional eateries, offering spicy Mexican delicacies galore. After the sun sets, stay in the historic center, or head to Avenida Chapultepec to enjoy the best in nightclubs and hipster bars, where salsa nights, live music, and traditional Mexican cantinas are the perfect way to end a weekend trip to Guadalajara, Mexico.
Situated in Guadalajara, 200 metres from Guadalajara Cathedral and a 6 min walk away from Degollado Theater, NH Collection Guadalajara Centro Histórico features a Mexican cuisine restaurant, bar and free WiFi.
Each room has a flat-screen TV with cable channels. You will find a coffee machine in the room. Every room includes a private bathroom.
You will find a 24-hour front desk at the property and a fully equipped gym.
Regional Museum of Guadalajara is 300 metres from NH Collection Guadalajara Centro, while Guadalajara Wax Museum is 300 metres away. Guadalajara Airport is 17 km from the property.