Grand Fiesta Americana Guadalajara Country Club

Guadalajara Hotel
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BrandGrand Fiesta Americana
Total Meeting Space900 sq. m
Guest Rooms207
Av. Americas 1551 col. Providencia
Guadalajara 44630

Grand Fiesta Americana Guadalajara Country Club

Guadalajara Hotel
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Room Features and Guest Services

  • Concierge Services
  • Internet Access
  • Laundry Service
  • Luggage Storage
  • Room Service
  • View (Urban)
  • Voicemail Box


  • Onsite Catering
  • Onsite Gift Shop
  • Onsite Restaurant
  • Onsite Security
  • Space (Outdoor)
  • Space (Private)
  • Space (Semi-Private)
  • Wheelchair Accessible


  • AV Capabilities
  • Business Center
  • Video Conference
  • VIP Services

Recreational Activities

  • Golf Course on Grounds
  • Health Club
  • Spa or Salon

Venue Accessible By

  • Airport Shuttle
  • Taxi


  • Dance Floor
  • Portable Walls
  • Staging Area

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Meeting Space

Total Meeting Space900 sq. m
Meeting Rooms8
Largest Room521 sq. m
Second Largest Room365 sq. m
Space (Private)806 sq. m
Space (Semi-Private)184 sq. m
Space (Outdoor)8,667 sq. m
Exhibit Space1,000 sq. m
Meeting Rooms
Room Size
Ceiling Height
Room Dimensions
Maximum Capacity
Banquet Rounds
Cocktail Rounds
Grand Country
521sq. m5 m37 mx 14 m555120300350450275275
87sq. m3 m11 mx 7 m60356050756050
63sq. m3 m11 mx 6 m50254040504040
Providence Terrace
386sq. m-30 mx 12 m386-230280---
69sq. m4 m9 mx 7 m50254040503535
66sq. m4 m8 mx 7 m40254040503535
Country 1
111sq. m5 m8 mx 11 m94408060705050
Country 2
96sq. m5 m8 mx 12 m90307050906060
Country 3
114sq. m5 m8 mx 15 m90307060906060
Country 4
150sq. m5 m7 mx 16 m1104080801108080
Country 1 & 2
217sq. m5 m16 mx 24 m170501501101709090
Country 1, 2 & 3
329sq. m5 m25 mx 39 m30080220300260180180
Country 2 & 3
239sq. m5 m17 mx 27 m15050140170170150150
Country 2, 3 & 4
365sq. m5 m24 mx 44 m32090220310320200110
Country 3 & 4
258sq. m5 m16 mx 31 m21060180120210160160
Sky Bar
360sq. m-24 mx 15 m200--200---

Guest Rooms

Total Guest Rooms207
Singles (1 Bed)61
Doubles (2 Beds)116
Single (1 Bed) Rate$135.00 – $220.00
Double (2 Beds) Rate$160.00 – $280.00
Tax Rate16%
Occupancy Rate2%




Local Attractions

Chapala Lake

60 km away
For many years, Chapala was the largest town on the shores of Lake Chapala, and the most genteel. Yet centuries before, the Coca Indians inhabited the wooded shores. Even today, their small ceramic offering vessels known as “blood cups” can be discovered on the beach or are brought up in fishermen’s nets. Today, Chapala is still a favorite weekend and holiday destination for Tapatios, as the people of Guadalajara are known. A landscaped median divides Calle Madero as it leads into town past the plaza with its charming bandstand.
Chapala-Guadalajara Highway

Metropolitan Cathedral

Historical Landmark
6 km away
The Guadalajara Cathedral, also known as the Cathedral of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary, is headquarters of the Archdiocese of Guadalajara and one of the most representative buildings of the city. It is the heart of the historic center of Guadalajara. The current towers 65 mts in height were built in the nineteenth century as the original. The dome is not original as it was rebuilt after the earthquake of 1875.
Av. Alcalde #10,
Downtown Historic Center
Guadalajara, MX 44100

Telmex Auditorium

5 km away
The Auditorio Telmex is a performance space located in the metropolitan area of Guadalajara, Mexico. It is part of the most ambitious and important cultural project of the University of Guadalajara. The auditorium is the first building that comes to life to promote the development of the University Cultural Center. The "first stone" was installed on July 22, 2003 and the inauguration took place on September 1, 2007, with a ceremony enlivened by Placido Domingo. The building was designed by Mexican Joseph of Arimathea Moyao and is located on the Parres Arias Avenue. It has two main paths: Peripheral Avenue North and Laureles, both connected to road vehicle flow to major arteries of the city
Parres Arias 747 Avenue
Zapopan, MX 45157

Liberation Plaza

Historical Landmark
7 km away
he Plaza de la Liberacion, by its large size is the preferred place for exhibitions, exhibitions and local events that occur constantly at La Perla Tapatia. Two major foutains in its center are those which distinguish to the Plaza de la Liberation, as well as the bronze statue of Miguel Hidalgo which represents the abolition of slavery, and the Asta flag that highlights its majesty during fiestas patrias.
Av. Hidalgo, entre Liceo Degollado y
Morelos, Downtown Historic Center
Guadalajara, MX 45049

Government Palace

Historical Landmark
7 km away
The government palace, or Palacio de Gobierno, is located on the east side of the Plaza de Armas. This building dates from the second half of the 18th century, and was built to replace an adobe structure which had been in use since 1643. The baroque facade was completed in 1774, and the building was completed in 1790. The Government Palace was first occupied by the governors of New Galicia during the colonial period and later served as a residence for Miguel Hidalgo, who, in 1810, passed a law abolishing slavery in Mexico from this very palace.
31 Ramón Corona Avenue
Between Pedro Moreno and Morelos
Guadalajara, MX 44100

Regional Museum of Guadalajara

8 km away
It is fitting that Guadalajara’s Regional Museum should be housed in a splendid, museum-class example of Colonial architecture. The structure, a treasure in its own right, covers a full city block. It is fronted by a lovely open plaza, containing only the Rotunda of the Illustrious Men. This is a circular monument of seventeen classic columns that is actually a mausoleum for Guadalajara’s 98 most famous sons (and one lone daughter). It is surrounded by bronze statues, including poets, composers, authors and historians in addition to military heroes. From here the entire, impressive sweep of the Museum’s Mexican Viceregal style facade is visible.
60 Liceo Street
Guadalajara, MX 44100

The Plaza de Armas

Historical Landmark
7 km away
The Plaza de Armas (Literally "Weapons' Square" but better translated to Parade Square or Parade ground) is the name for the main square in many Hispanic American cities. In the central region of Mexico this space is known as El Zócalo, and in Central America as Parque Central (Central Park). While some large cities have both a Plaza de Armas and a Plaza Mayor, in most cities those are two names for the same place. Most cities constructed by the Spanish conquistadores were designed on a standard military fashion based on a grid pattern, taken from the Roman castrum, of which one of the blocks would be left vacant to form the Plaza de Armas. It is often surrounded by governmental buildings, churches, and other structures of cultural or political significance. The name derives from the fact that this would be a refuge in case of an attack upon the city, from which arms would be supplied to the defenders
Ramon Corona Street
Between Morelos and Pedro Moreno street
guadalajara, MX 44100

Degollado Theatre

7 km away
The Teatro Degollado is considered the most important cultural heritage of Jalisco. With it´s neoclassical style, it is the best preserved building of Latin America, highlighted as the oldest in Mexico still in operation.   It is home to the Philharmonic Orchestra of Jalisco, the Festival Cultural de Mayo, Classical and Neoclassica Dance Company of Jalisco . It offers guided tours.
Degollado St. Between AV. Hidalgo
Guadalajara, MX 44100


  • Valet Parking$5.00 / day


The Grand Fiesta Americana Guadalajara offers an upscale atmosphere for business travelers in the heart of the city’s most exclusive corporate and financial district. Business executives and other guests accustomed to luxurious accommodations and personal service appreciate the hotel's refined ambiance, warm Mexican charm and Grand-class elegance. The 207-room hotel is part of the Grand Fiesta Americana collection, which features the highest standards of luxury, service and style. Our luxury Guadalajara hotel is ideal for business executives and travelers from around the world. Business travels to Guadalajara will be pleased to find business amenities to stay on top of their work during their stay in the Grand Guadalajara.

Cancellation Policy

Any reservation cancelled 1 day before the arrival it will be a charge of 1 night + tax per room. For groups you have 2 days before the arrival to cancel.

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