Hotel San Francisco Plaza

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San Francisco Hotel Plaza is the result of the gradual integration of three adjacent residential estates that are centuries old. This Mexican Colonial-style hotel was originally owned by Francisco Martinez Negrete and his wife Ana Palomar y Corcuera. Yet, all three residences were constructed individually in 1905 during the era of Porfirio Díaz. After acquiring the three buildings many decades later, architect Enrique Valcárcel, in conjunction with the Instituto Nacional de Antropología e Historia (INAH), completed the  restoration of the facility in 1985. The Hotel San Francisco Plaza then began welcoming visitors once more in 1986. The Hotel San Francisco Plaza is located in one of the most historic corners of Guadalajara. It resides just steps from the temple of Our Lady of Aranzazu, which is a remaining part of the ancient convent whose name is the inspiration for both the hotel. More impressive attractions are located nearby too, such as the Teatro Degollado, Templo de San Agustin, and the Plaza de Armas.
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Location Map

Visit the famous Teatro Degollado within walking distance of the hotel.

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Discover

Discover the stunning two-story-tall courtyards inside the Hotel San Francisco Plaza.

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Explore

Explore Plaza de Armas and its many cultural attractions just moments away.

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Experience

Experience the collections of the Museo Regional de Guadalajara.

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Taste

Taste the classic birria at such places like Birriería Chololo and Birriería Las 9 Esquinas.

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