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Hotel de Mendoza was built on the location where the old Santa Maria de Gracia Convent was founded in 1588. Its décor includes art by notable Mexican painter, Raúl Anguiano, and hand-painted furniture by Alejandro Rangel Hidalgo. The convent grounds were later converted into a boutique hotel in 1950, eventually opening as the Hotel de Mendoza some 20 years later. Hotel de Mendoza is now one of Guadalajara’s most esteemed vacation getaways. Located in the heart of the historic downtown area, this historic treasure is just steps from the Teatro Degollado and the Jalisco Philharmonic. Notable attractions close to the hotel also include Templo de San Agustin, Guadalajara Cathedral, Plaza de Armas, University of Guadalajara Assembly Hall, and the UNESCO-recognized Cabañas Cultural Institute.
Image of Guestroom Interior Hotel de Mendoza, 1968, Member of Historic Hotels Worldwide, in Guadalajara, Mexico, Location

Location Map

Journey to the UNESCO-recognized Cabañas Cultural Institute several blocks away.

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Discover

Discover the work of Raúl Anguiano and Alejandro Rangel Hidalgo inside the Hotel de Mendoza.

Image of Pool Hotel de Mendoza, 1968, Member of Historic Hotels Worldwide, in Guadalajara, Mexico, Explore

Explore

Explore the Rotonda de los Jaliscienses nearby.

Image of Dining Area Hotel de Mendoza, 1968, Member of Historic Hotels Worldwide, in Guadalajara, Mexico, Experience

Experience

Experience the Museo Regional de Guadalajara just moments away.

Image Dining Area Hotel de Mendoza, 1968, Member of Historic Hotels Worldwide, in Guadalajara, Mexico, Taste

Taste

Taste classic birria at Birriería Chololo and Birriería Las 9 Esquinas.

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