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I dislike giving this hotel a negative review considering the multiple positive reviews, but I feel I must call out to future guests to be very wary of booking directly from the hotel. We booked a 7 night stay for Nov 2017. I booked it...More
Very friendly and professional staff. Carmina the administrator is a great host. The place has a cozy atmosphere and to our surprise the pool is climatized/heated, not that is needed due to the nice weather but is neat. We had a bottle of wine in...More
Feeling that the B&B is no longer the number one priority for ownership. Having said that, the B&B is comfortable and clean. The staff are friendly and helpful. Excellent cooked breakfast each morning. After a few days at Casa Flores you cannot help but feel...More
Casa Flores; Rooms, Grounds, Pool, Great Breakfast cooked to order, friendly & professional Staff and Owners are great! Especially Carmiña, who is very accommodating.
Very close to the Plaza, easy to walk to restaurants and points of interest, quaint cobble stone streets, Lake Chapala and...More
Unfortunately we only had the opportunity to stay one night at this lovely B&B. Carmenia, the manager was very friendly and helpful. She gave us a great recommendation for dinner and given that we were only in town one night we were very happy to...More
We were there for 11 nights in July and aren’t pool people, but did see other guests enjoying the pool. Weatherspark averages for “Guadalajara” area show February daytime high temperatures are fairly close to July’s and... More
We were there for 11 nights in July and aren’t pool people, but did see other guests enjoying the pool. Weatherspark averages for “Guadalajara” area show February daytime high temperatures are fairly close to July’s and more sunshine. I would suggest contacting Steve Cross (co-owner) or Noel Romero (manager) directly (both great people). Steve gave us a tour of the town and nearby expat communities. Noel was exceptional with details, guidance and directions to markets, etc. My wife and I both miss their great breakfasts. Enjoy!