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Hacienda Labor de Rivera offers 21 large guestrooms, each individually decorated with its own charm and character. Some rooms have a working area with desk, while others have a terrace overlooking the central courtyard. Ornate forging bars have been offering safety for hundreds of years, and heavy wooden windows insulate sunlight or cool wind during the winter. The wide adobe walls and ceilings, up to 5 meters high, keep the rooms cool during the summer and enjoyable in the winter. Together, the guestrooms and suites reflect the essence of the lifestyle in this venerable old hacienda.

Comfortable mattresses and pillows, plus cozy duvets, ensure rest in a relaxing atmosphere. A coffee maker allows guests to enjoy good coffee in the morning, without leaving the comfort of their room. For valuables, every guestroom in this luxurious hotel has a safe. Single beds can be added to a room for an additional guest, and baby cots are also available by request at the time of booking the reservation.

Guestrooms have a complete bath, equipped for the modern traveler, including a hair dryer, mouthwash, bathing cap, slippers, and bathrobes. Eartherapy® shampoo, conditioner, bath gel, and soap contribute to the holistic experience, presented in recyclable packaging.

Explore the accommodations at the Hacienda Labor de Rivera:

El Caporal
This room has two queen-size beds. It has a beautiful wardrobe and antique-style bedside tables, and a period lamp. A lounger near the window is perfect for relaxing and reading a good book. The traditional carpets are handwoven by the Zapotecs and are a beautiful addition to the terracotta floor. The bath features Eartherapy® amenities.

The spacious Jazmín guestroom has a comfortable king-size bed and a period chandelier. The furnishings include a dressing table and a closet that complement the Persian-style carpets, while a beautiful crucifix and colonial-style paintings attest to the Jalisco faith. Located in the front of the mansion, this room offers views of the arches, trees, garden, and lake. The bath features Eartherapy® amenities.

Del Lago
This spacious guestroom has a lake view. It has a king-size bed with a large headboard and Victorian-style night lamps. The living room is furnished with a double armchair and a Persian-style carpet. This guestroom is especially popular with couples who choose the Romantic Package, as the room opens to the hacienda central courtyard, where an intimate dinner can be served.

The Jacarandas guestroom has two queen-size beds, early 20th century decor, a birch chair with a working desk, an attractive wardrobe, and terracotta floors. Parts of the original adobe walls can be seen here. The bathroom is modern with a square porcelain sink.

El Trapiche
With a queen-size bed, this beautiful guestroom is decorated in the style of the early 20th century hacienda. It has a beautiful closet, a working desk, and an antique mirrored dresser from the last century. Next to the bed is a chair with a bejuco seat. Hand-painted tiles adorn the bath that features Eartherapy® amenities.

Tabachines is a spacious guestroom with a king-size bed, living room with double armchair, and a beautiful antique chest of drawers. A working desk and bench complement the décor. This guestroom is excellent for families, as it can be connected to the alcove Del Cazo guestroom.

Del Cazo
The beautiful Del Cazo guestroom hides a secret. When the hacienda was being restored, an old copper pot was found beneath this room, giving its name to the bedroom. The pot was used to boil sugarcane juice to make piloncillo. A glass allows guests to peek into the saucepan in its original place. The guestroom is located behind the chapel in a quiet area of the hacienda and offers two comfortable queen-size beds, a living room, and early 20th century decoration. This room can be connect with the Tabachines room for large groups.

La Troje
La Troje is located in the front of the hacienda, near the reception and restaurant area, and offers a king-size bed, dressing table, antique wardrobe, and a beautiful crucifix, a tradition in Mexican houses of the time. This guestroom overlooks the lake.

Del Mayor
This beautiful guestroom has two queen-size beds, period furniture, and a candelabrum from the beginning of the last century. There are three colonial-style paintings, including one of the Virgin Mary, and another depicts a beautiful horse according to the charra vocation of the hacienda. The guestroom has an armchair and a desk.

La Noria
This spacious guestroom features two queen-size beds, terracotta floors, and a handmade Zapotec rug. The old candelabrum is of the classic Art Nouveau style. A large niche on the wall may have been a cava, a pantry, or a stash. It is located at the back of the mansion and overlooks the central patio.

Gran Alcoba De Don David
This is the largest and most luxurious room in the hacienda. Its décor dates from the middle of the 20th century, although it shows a part of the original adobe wall, since it is in one of the oldest parts of the property. Designed as the bridal suite, the Gran Alcoba De Don David has a very spacious living room, a king-size bed, desk, and dining table inside the room. A dresser with a sink and mirror is perfect as a makeup vanity table. The bath includes two sinks, a shower with glass doors, and a Jacuzzi for two, under a window overlooking the pasture.

Guestroom and suite amenities:

  • Individually designed rooms with character and charm
  • Art pieces
  • Nespresso coffee maker
  • Bathrobes
  • Slippers
  • Luxury bathroom amenities
  • Security boxes