Get Tipsy in Tequila, Mexico!

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¡Si! You read right: The “Mexican Firewater” we all know and love comes from the town of Tequila, located just outside of the bustling city of Guadalajara. Know before you go! Check out our suggestions of the best places to sleep, eat and have some fun:


Places to stay

Intercontinental Presidente Guadalajara
Located in the heart of the business district and directly across the street from one of the finest shopping malls in the area.
800-496-7621
ichotelsgroup.com


Quinta Real

A luxury boutique hotel situated in one of the city’s residential areas and twenty minutes from historic downtown.
011-52-33-3669-0600

preferredhotels.com


Fiesta Americana

If you want to feel the hustle and bustle of the city, this hotel is right in the middle of the action.
011-52-33-3818-1400

fiestaamericana.com


Places to eat

La Rinconada
86 Morelos on the Morelos pedestrian mall
Traditional Mexican cuisine in a restored 19th Century mansion.

TlaquePasta
Calle Reforma 139 in Tlaquepaque area of Guadalajara
Located in the Quinta Don Jose Boutique Hotel, this menu is half Mexican and half Italian.


Fonda San Miguel

Donato Guerra No 25.
Once an old convent, this picturesque restaurant seats most of its guests in a covered courtyard. Serves traditional Mexican food.


Thing to do


Tequila Touring

Sip tequila at one of the many distilleries just outside of Guadalajara. From Sauza to Don Julio, most of these distillery tours can be arranged directly through your hotel.

Mercado Libertad

Shop in this multi-story enclosed market, with hundreds of vendors. It’s a great place to stroll around and people watch.

Instituto Cultutal Cabañas

Immerse yourself in culture at this art center and UNESCO World Heritage Site.

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--Lisa Loverro

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