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.
•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.
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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.