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The apartments…

Patio with hammock Apartment A, Apartment B and Apartment D, are all now available after recently being renovated.

Each of the Plaza de Artesanías Apartments has separate bath, kitchen, and bedroom spaces, and the largest, Apartment A, has a separate living area. All residents have access to a common second-floor patio area.

All apartments are fully furnished. Each has:

High speed wireless access TV via Sky satellite Dishes, pots, and pans
Range & oven Silverware & utensils Linens & towels
Fridge Ceiling fan Drinking water dispenser
Coffee maker    
   
For an extra fee, you can also have:
 
Bottled water Maid service  
     

Apartment A

 

Like the others, Apartment A, the largest of the apartments, has a separate private bath, kitchen, and bedroom areas. It also features a separate living area. Apartment A has two charming arched windows looking down onto Calle Juárez. Additional photos of Apartment A and rental rates are available here.



 

Apartment B has a separate private bath, kitchen, and bedroom areas. More photos of Apartment B and rental rates are available here.

 


Apartment D
Apartment D has a separate private bath, kitchen, and bedroom areas. It is farthest from the street. It’s newly-installed double-glazed windows provide additional thermal and sound insulation. More photos of Apartment D and rental rates are available here.

 
Plaza de ArtesaníasJust outside the door...

Besides the apartments themselves, the Plaza de Artesanías (the oldest shopping plaza in the city) includes stores selling jewelry, mosaic work, clothing, leather items, plus a micro brewery, a travel agency, and a DHL office. It is also the home of La Mata Tinta, a restaurant and art gallery popular in the evenings for its live music. (If you need to rest after a long day, you may want to stop in the restaurant to get a meal or a snack for carry-out to your apartment.)

On Calle Independéncia
Wandering out of the Plaza de Artesanías, you will find yourself on Calle Juárez. It and nearby Calle Independéncia are homes to Tlaquepaque’s most successful shops and restaurants. One block distant is the Parián, and one block further is Parque Hidalgo, the heartbeat of Tlaquepaque and the site of many free music and dance performances.Tlaquepaque church





If you care to go farther abroad, Tapatío Tour, a double-deck bus, whose route takes visitors to points of interest in the Guadalajara area, stops just outside Plaza de Artesanías. Alternatively, nearby GDL Tours runs excursions to places beyond the city, such as the town of Tequila.
Tapatío Tour




For the international traveler, Tlaquepaque is an excellent place to stay, being closer to Guadalajara’s airport (about 15 minutes distant) than is Guadalajara itself (map)!