Hostels in Guadalajara
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Casa Irake is a beautiful house at the heart of Guadalajara in the Americana neighborhood, close to many amenities such as bars, cafes, restaurants and places of interest.Read more about Casa Irake
Art House Hostel Guadalajara
Art House Hostel Guadalajara is located a short walk from the Teatro Degollado, Cathedral, Plaza Tapatia, Morelos Park, San Juan de Dios Market, museums, and countless other historical landmarks.Read more about Art House Hostel Guadalajara
Leveli Coliving Americanas
Leveli Coliving Americanas is located in the heart of Colonia Americana and offers spacious and very comfortable bunk beds with curtains, air conditioning, and 1GG Optic Fiber internet.Read more about Leveli Coliving Americanas
U-Co GDL Coliving
U-Co GDL Coliving is a community shared space in the Colonia Americana featuring individual and private rooms.Read more about U-Co GDL Coliving
Hostal Bohostel Chapultepec
Hostal Bohostel Chapultepec is made by travellers for travellersRead more about Hostal Bohostel Chapultepec
Hostal Casa Colores
Welcome travelers! Check in 14:00 pm a 9:00 p.m, after this hour there is no check in. If you are looking for a place to have fun and have peace at the same time, this is the place. We have shared rooms with very comfortable beds or private rooms if you prefer,...Read more about Hostal Casa Colores
Check Inn Hostal Aeropuerto GDL
Check Inn Hostal is located only 10 minutes from the VFG arena, 3 minutes from the international airport of Guadalajara on the Guadalajara a Chapala highway Kilometre 14.Read more about Check Inn Hostal Aeropuerto GDL
Hostel Hospedarte Guadalajara Centro
Our superb location in the heart of downtown Guadalajara is minutes away from the best the city has to offer, within walking distance to all major attractions and interesting spots of the city. Our FREE features include: Continental BREAKFAST, Wi-Fi, Hostel...Read more about Hostel Hospedarte Guadalajara Centro
Hostel Hospedarte Chapultepec
Our FREE features include: Continental BREAKFAST, Wi-Fi throughout the hostel, Hostel activities (pub crawl, movie nights, walking tours in downtown, tequila & cantaritos night, etc.), bed linen & towels, daily cleaning service, street parking, special city...Read more about Hostel Hospedarte Chapultepec
Blue Pepper Backpackers
Stay in the best area of the city, Chapultepec, a trendy neighborhood with a great mix of unique restaurants, bars, shops, art galleries, sidewalk cafes and nightspots.Read more about Blue Pepper Backpackers
Hostal Americana is located in the área of Chapultepec, right in the cultural heart of Guadalajara.Read more about Hostal Americana
Welcome to Hostal Hidalgo the best place for your holidays in Mexico.Read more about Hostal Hidalgo
The Roof Backpackers
Enjoy a relaxed, clean, fun and friendly atmosphere where "Mi casa es tu casa". We can also help you find information for all kinds of activities in and around Guadalajara.Read more about The Roof Backpackers
Chillin Hostel has a dining area, a kitchen, a second living room on the terrace, an open-air gym with weights and yoga mats, and multiple garden spaces throughout the house.Read more about Chillin Hostel
Free Spirit Hostel Guadalajara
Casa Kush affordable prices for an amazing stay!Read more about Free Spirit Hostel Guadalajara
Selina Guadalajara gives off cosmopolitan vibes from the moment you step foot inside.Read more about Selina Guadalajara
Pousada Maura is a colonial style house of 1850 and has been hosting guests from all over the world for 50 years...Read more about Pousada Maura
Abbá Park Eco Hostel
At Abba Park Eco Hostel the cabins are lit by the log fire and candlelight at night as they do not have electricity, perfect for you to disconnect, rest and coexist with the natural environment.Read more about Abbá Park Eco Hostel
We have Co Work areas, Rooftop Garden, Wellness room and much more. Ideal for a weekend in the city!!Read more about Nora Coliving
The Yellow by DOT Boutique
The Yellow by DOT Boutique offers private accommodation with air conditioning, smart TV, desk, large private bathrooms and an excellent and unique decoration.Read more about The Yellow by DOT Boutique
Casa Sabina is a place full of nature and design in a beautiful historic heritage house from Guadalajara, with an excellent location surrounded by the most touristic and multicultural points of La colonia americana.Read more about Casa Sabina
Casa Atenas will bring you the very best of Guadalajara and Mexico.Read more about Casa Atenas
We have 22 Hostels in Guadalajara with an average rating of 8.5 based on 358 reviews.
Guadalajara in western Mexico is the country's second largest city and is also known as the Pearl of the West and Mexico's Silicon Valley. It's filled with traditions, such as charrería (a national sporting event similar to rodeo) and historical sites like the ornate Basilica de Zapopan in the city centre. It also has interesting architecture, such as the twin golden spires of the cathedral. Guadalajara is well known for its tequila and cheery mariachi music, and has a contagious party spirit seen in the many bars and clubs of the Cultural Quarter and Chapultepec.
When in Guadalajara, live like a Tapatío (local) in a brightly painted house or go for contemporary chic in a Guadalajara hostel with its own rooftop terrace and bar. You can even have a luxurious stay (like the city's governors once did) in a French-style chalet full of local history and plush new furnishings. Some Guadalajara hostels offer free bikes to help you explore the districts, as well as modern touches like Wi-Fi and air con and even tasty free breakfasts.
Guadalajara's neighbourhoods are divided into east and the wealthier west. Sociable Chapultepec is one of the best areas for nightlife, culture and meeting people. Its streets are lined with restaurants, bars, cafés and bookstores along the Avenue, where crowds mingle on a Saturday to watch live concerts. One of the oldest areas in the city is Mexicaltzingo, which has temples and a local market selling spicy tortas ahogadas (soaked bread rolls filled with meat) and homemade ice cream.
Things to do in Guadalajara range from taking in its rich heritage and culture to tasting local treats in Latin America's largest market, Mercado Libertad. This three-storey marketplace is packed with almost 3,000 stalls selling everything from food to music to magic potions. Marvel at the metallic spires and majestic architecture of the cathedral and visit the Biblioteca Iberoamericana Octavio Paz – a 400-year-old temple-like building that's now a library. Instituto Cultural Cabañas, previously an orphanage and barracks during the Mexican revolution, is now a museum housing famous murals by painter José Clemente Orozco.
Guadalajara International Airport is around 20km from the city centre and can be reached by bus or taxi in 25 minutes. To travel around the city, you can take the metro, which has two lines – blue running north to south and green going east to west. Every Sunday, take part in the city's Vía RecreActiva day, where the main roads are closed and everyone takes to walking, skateboarding and cycling around the city.