Hotel Villa del Sol Expo Guadalajara has a strategic location, easy to get to and ideal to enjoy all the attractions in this beautiful city. Just a few steps away from the hotel you’ll find Plaza del Sol, restaurants, movie theaters and one of the city’s most important entertainment centers in town. Getting around the area is easy and safe.
Latin America’s largest and most important convention center. Its program of events and expos brings millions to the city each year. We’re located only 300 meters away, equivalent to an 8 minute walk or les.
Plaza del Sol
Mexico’s first shopping center. Here you can find department stores, financial services, cafés, snack bars, electronic, office supplies, pharmacies, and other services. Its open air design has several areas to unwind. It’s a place with many options for locals and visitors.
Plan your trip ahead! This will make moving around town an easy and pleasurable experience. Historic Downtown is a collection of buildings, parks and public plazas with over 470 years of history, definitely worth visiting during your stay.
This neoclassic style building worked as an orphan home from 1810 through 1980. Its architectural design has become a true city landmark. It is home to some of the most impressive works of renowned Mexican muralist José Clemente Orozco. It was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1997 due to it’s historic, cultural and artistic value. It currently operates as one of the most important museums in Guadalajara.
A beautiful reminder of Guadalajara’s everlasting glory. The Degollado Theater was built in the mid 19th century. Located just steps away from what is know to be the city’s first quarter. This magnificent house of the arts provides the city with a year round calendar of opera, concerts, ballet recitals, Mexican folkloric ballet, mariachi festivals and world class cultural events. The Jalisco Philharmonic Orchestra is resident at this historic site.
Guadalajara is surrounded by beautiful and charming destinations. A short drive or bus ride out of town will take you to some of the most picturesque and traditional Mexican culture epicenters, as well as an amazing variety of natural sites.
City of Tequila
Just like the name says it, this is the place where tequila is produced. Resulting from the sum of pre-hispanic culture and Spanish colonial techniques, tequila has become synonym of Mexican culture in the world and a great part of our historic identity. In the city of Tequila you can visit agave fields, haciendas, factories and distilleries where you can taste and learn more about this legendary Mexican spirit. The city has also been recognized by UNESCO as Human Heritage for its impressive agave-filled landscape and traditions.
Also an all-Mexican icon, Tlaquepaque possesses one of the most – if not the most – relevant traditions in pottery and ceramic work in the country. Besides admiring and shopping for beautiful art pieces, Tlaquepaque offers a beautiful small town feel, galleries, cultural centers, plazas, cantinas and some of the most delicious gastronomy in the region.
40 minutes from the city of Guadalajara you can find the Lake of Chapala, the largest in the country. On its shore you can find several populations eager to consent even the most demanding traveler. Ideal for those who enjoy contact with nature, adventure, culture or revitalized your body in a spa.
Town full of pottery culture and tradition. The most traditional of Tonala is its handicrafts market where you’ll find countless articles and elaborate figures by local artisans. You can also visit the Museo Nacional de la Cerámica where you can appreciate extraordinary pieces of pottery made by artisans from all over the country.
Col. Verde Valle
Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico.
+52 (33) 3122 8022