Near the center of town, in a restored historic home, this B&B features colorful décor and artwork. A well-tended garden makes for a nice spot to relax. Guest bathrooms are done in the local style with tiled vanities and marble-tiled floors.
Smoke free premises. 7 units. 2 stories (no elevator), exterior corridors. Bath: shower only.
Centro; 4 blks s of Plaza Hidalgo. Santos Degollado No. 175 45500.
on-site and street.
Dining & Entertainment
nearby, full bar.
Available on premises
wireless Internet. Some: no A/C.
age restrictions may apply, pets (extra charge).
OVERALL GUEST SCORE
Based on Ratings from 17 guests
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review category group of friends
Pros: The hosts and the staff were so caring. Every day they checked out what we were doing and what we needed.
The surroundings are spectacular.
It is like living in an art gallery.
The breakfasts were classic Mexican with a twist from Stan.
The beds were very comfy and it was quiet, unlike all other places we have stayed in Mexico!
Louis their driver was super helpful too!
Pros: Owners & staff were extremely friendly, Large, comfortable room. Great tourist advice & assistance. Beautiful garden to relax in. Nice extras such as cake in the evening & travel food package.
review category group of friends
Pros: Loved the beautiful garden and delicious breakfasts. Our hosts and staff were very gracious and generous.
Cons: The walk to the center of town does not have good sidewalks. Fortunately, the distance is short. A very minor complaint.
Pros: The staff was excellent and very welcoming, the breakfast was great and so was the location.
Cons: The rooms didn't have TVs.
Pros: Breakfasts were great, decore and ceramic collection are off the charts
Cons: Driving your own vehicle, it is difficult to find.
Pros: Beautiful hidden gem. Walk in from a very plain street front and you're greeted by incredible Mexican arts and crafts. It keeps getting better as you walk further into the property and explodes in color and charm when you enter the courtyard gardens.
Great people, wonderful B & B.
Pros: Gorgeous place that could double as a ceramics museum due to theiramazing collection. The rooms and courtyard are beautiful, witheverything you need (including purified water). The staff are allwonderful, very kind, helpful, and knowledgeable. The breakfasts wereamazing. I will definitely stay there again if I return to Guadalajara.
Cons: The only issue with this wonderful place is that it is in a residentialarea so there is some noise from the neighborhood, such as barking dogsand sometimes music at night. No worse than people slamming doors in aregular hotel. I always travel with ear buds and a white-noise app on myphone, and that can conquer anything. The B&B also supplies free earplugs, but ear buds and a white-noise app are better for soundcancellation.
Pros: Beautiful garden and very kind hosts!
family with older children
Pros: Great garden, very good service, friendly envirepment.
Cons: not very good breakfast
Pros: Stan who owns Las Flores is the warmest host I have met anywhere. We just wanted to bundle him up and take him home. The breakfasts are world famous and the room was perfect.
Pros: Stan, Rosario, and Jose were excellent hosts, when it came to service or information or whatever. We were pretty much in the heart of the Tlaquepaque centro and a block off major bus stops. They were great to set us up with drivers to the airport and offered us options for sightseeing tours. The house itself is stunning, with a lot of folk art and a beautiful garden. We loved it.
Pros: Passionate ceramics collectors and warm hosts, Stan and Jose, gave me the Mexican experience of a lifetime from my being surrounded by hummingbirds while breakfasting alfresco in their lovely garden to gazing in wonder at their vast and magnificent collection of ceramics décor. As a woman traveling alone, I was well taken care of and received helpful advice every day as to what fun thing I might do during my explorations. I felt and home at Casa de las Flores and perfectly safe in the Santa-Fe-like town of Tlaquepaque. Casa de las Flores thought of every detail and even offered a warm dessert in the evening while guests sat sipping tea and chatted together before going to their inviting, quiet rooms and comfy beds.
Pros: It is beautiful, it is friendly, the little details of a snack in the llate evening, excellent breakfasts make this place hard to beat!