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Casa Esperanza - Purépecha Room

Private room

2 guests

1 bedroom

1 bed
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The Purépecha bedroom contains the religious art of Michoacán which is known for its November festivities for the Day of the Dead or “Día de los Muertos”. This is the oldest part of the building, and extends up to 18 feet.


The space
Accommodates: 2
Bathrooms: 1 (Private bathroom)
Bed type: Real Bed
Bedrooms: 1
Beds: 1
Check In: Anytime after 3PM
Check Out: 12PM (noon)
Property type: Other
Room type: Private room

Amenities

House Rules

•We charge by the room and not by the person. There is a limit of 2 people per room.
•For stays longer than 3 nights, on the 6th day, a set of fresh clean towels and bed linens will be furnished.
•The cleaning service is from 10am to 12pm. On Sundays we do not offer this service.
•We do not offer laundry service.
•If you want to extend the staying at Casa Esperanza, please let your host know in advanced.
•We charge 50 dollars in case of losing the keys.
•Visitors are allowed only in the sitting areas and they are not allowed to stay in any of the bedrooms.
•Smoking or the use of any kind of drugs are not allowed.
•Check in is at 15:00 hours and Check out is at 12:00 hours.
•We will appreciate not leaving wet towels and clothes neither on the furniture nor the bed. There is a rack towel for that use.
•Ironing is not allowed on furniture or bed. In case you need to iron ask for the ironing board.
•In case of using the kitchen, we will appreciate to leave it the way it was before using it.


Cancellations

Safety features
Lock on bedroom door

Availability
3 nights minimum stay

31 Reviews

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George User Profile
July 2017
What can I say? This is an outstanding place to stay while in GDL. Location is safe and convenient. Esperanza is a gem, easy to communicate with, and helpful as all get out. The rooms are fabulous. No TV, but who cares while on vacation. I used my cellular plan for internet, not the wireless, so I cannot comment on wireless. The premises are secure, like a walled fortress, even though the neighborhood poses no more risk than most places in the USA.

Lara User Profile
May 2017
We thoroughly enjoyed our six day stay at Casa Esperanza. The house is gorgeous, and Esperanza is a wonderful host. We felt like family members and would definitely recommend her property.

Kristine User Profile
March 2017
We were very fortunate to have found and booked Casa Esperanza for the six days while in Guadalajara. The Casa was built in about 1910 in the French style of Portofino Diaz and has been completely re-done, making it a charming and historical place to stay. The neighborhood is quiet, near public transportation and taxis and has many choices for great food at local restaurants. Our room, Purepecha, was very large with 20 foot high ceilings. The double paned window facing the street and the very thick original walls of the building kept the room quiet and comfortable day and night. The best gift of this Casa was the owner, Esperanza. She shared her love of the house and the area, food and coffee in the mornings and great conversations in the evenings. She arranged for Pedro, a professional driver to take us to places we wished to visit. This is a wonderful, welcoming place to stay while in Guadalajara.

Milly User Profile
March 2017
Casa Esperanza is a lovely house and our room was spacious and comfortable. Esperanza is a great host, she has great recommendations to go out and things to do. Is centrally located, close to shops, bars, market and restaurants. We want to go back to Guadalajara and stay at Casa Esperanza again!

Dennis User Profile
February 2017
We had a wonderful stay with Esperanza! She is warm,caring,smart,generous and fun. She taught us how to make delicious chilaquiles from scratch in her professionally equipped kitchen and went out of her way to be helpful. She is trilingual and fluent in English and knows the city well. Her large historic house is filled with art and the room we stayed in was very large and well furnished with everything we could have possibly needed, even an electric blanket on the comfy bed. The location is excellent and close to shops and restaurants and about a 25 minute walk to all the major attractions in the historical center. While breakfast is not included we were invited to cook breakfast and make coffee or tea for ourselves with ingredients she provided. I highly recommend this place. Esperanza made our stay a very special experience because she is a very special person!

Cristobal User Profile
December 2016
Amazing place with huge spaces, great decoration and kitchen that is the dream of anyone who likes to cook. Esperanza is an amazing host and has the place perfectly kept. A hidden gem in Guadalajara!!!

Dell User Profile
November 2016
Esperanza was wonderful! I have to say she is a super host! She was always available to help us, but gave us our privacy also. Our room as well as her entire home is one of the most beautiful places I have ever seen or stayed in. It is over a hundred year old house with a courtyard, all filled with Mexican fine art and folk art. She has a restaurant-class kitchen and had stocked it with breakfast foods for us so we cooked every morning. Our last morning she ate breakfast with us and we visited like old friends. Thank you Esperanza for letting us share your lovely home and get acquainted with you.

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Guadalajara, MexicoJoined in November 2013
Esperanza User ProfileEsperanza is a superhost.

Hi, my name is Esperanza and I am from a small town outside of Guadalajara. I've been living in Guadalajara for the past 40 years and I am the proud owner/renovator/decorator of my home decorated in a typical Mexican style (the architecture is from the "Porfiriato" era dating from the late 1800's).
My husband and I occupy the upstairs quarters and we are always available to tend to our guests needs, offering them a taste of our very well-known hospitality, while providing space and privacy. I enjoy listening to classic guitar music, reading, dancing, cooking, learn languages, meet people from different backgrounds and cultures.

Languages: English, Español, Français
Response rate: 100%
Response time: within an hour

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