Mexico City is the one biggest  city of Mexico  and a is one of the  gay-friendliest place in Mexico along with the city of Guadalajara. We will find most of the accomodation to be suitable for gay couples in Gay Friendly Hotels Guadalajara.

Lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) rights in Mexico have expanded in recent years, in keeping with worldwide legal trends.

LGBT people in Mexico have organized in a variety of ways: through local organizations, marches, and the development of the Commission to Denounce Hate Crimes. Mexico has a thriving LGBT movement with organizations in various large cities throughout the country and numerous LGBT publications (most prominently in Mexico City, Guadalajara, Monterrey, Tijuana, and Puebla).

Guadalajara is a city in western Mexico. It’s known for tequila and mariachi music, both born in Jalisco, the state of which Guadalajara is the capital. Guadalajara historic center is dotted with colonial plazas and landmarks such as the neoclassical Teatro Degollado and a cathedral with twin gold spires. The Palacio del Gobierno houses famous murals by painter José Clemente Orozco.


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 1. Alebrije Hotel Boutique 4* – Hotel Gay Guadalajara Jalisco

Alebrije Hotel Boutique

Conveniently situated in Guadalajara, Alebrije Hotel Boutique provides express check-in and check-out and free private parking. Featuring a terrace, the hotel is close to several noted attractions, around 600 m from Diana Theatre, 700 m from Revolution Park and 700 m from Arena Coliseo Guadalajara. The accommodation offers a concierge service and free WiFi throughout the property.

At the hotel, each room comes with a desk, a flat-screen TV and a private bathroom. Guest rooms include a wardrobe.

Popular points of interest near Alebrije Hotel Boutique include Guadalajara Cathedral, Expiatorio Temple and Cabanas Cultural Institute.

Casa Alebrijes is a boutique hotel for gay men and women and friends located in the Historic Center and just two blocks from the center of the gay nightlife area that has some twenty-five gay bars and discotheques within walking distance – Guadalajara is known as the San Francisco of Mexico.

Video Review of Alebrije Hotel Boutique

The hotel has two floors with 2 suites for 1-4 persons and 7 rooms for 1 or 2 persons. The first floor has a garden patio with a fabulous fountain.

The second floor has a balcony overlooking the garden patio and fountain.

This late 19th century home was carefully and beautifully restored in a traditional style to provide modern conveniences while respecting the existing architecture.

The 15 foot high ceilings and 2 foot thick adobe walls provide a unique hospitality experience. Relax on the balcony or garden patio and enjoy the sight and sound of the Mexican style fountain.

Eat your continental breakfast in the dining room while sharing experiences with other guests or at private tables on the balcony.

Guadalajara has a wonderful climate all year and you will enjoy the open air areas of the hotel. Internet, luxury mattress, laptop size safe, continental breakfast, and parking included.

This was our first visit to Guadalajara, and our second time in a Gay owned\oriented hotel.

We simply couldn’t have asked for more!

We travel all over the world and have stayed in many different category hotels, this small hotel can easily be rated as a 4.5 star.

Everything is super clean and well decorated.

We felt very welcomed by owner John and his excellent staff.

The hotel is located on the commercial street that becomes deserted after businesses close, despite that, we felt very safe, walking around at 3-4am in the morning.

Location is great, only a few minutes away from tourist attractions and great nightlife. Be sure to visit restaurants suggested by John, as they were all excellent, some of the best on our Mexico trip.

Reasonable price gay positive hotel steps from historic downtown and gay club nightlife. Gorgeously appointed amenities for price range.

Decent continental breakfast. Genial and information rich host with solid sightseeing and restaurant recommendations.

The rooms are reasonably priced and the breakfast while light is a nice touch. Highly recommend this hotel to any gay traveller!

Oh and the community breakfast table is fun as you get to meet people from all over the world!

This is a lovely restored and converted 19th Century home, now a small and very intimate hotel.
There are only 9 available rooms, so book early for weekends and other busy times.

The owner, John, is a friendly American expat — fully bilingual — who lives onsite and manages the place.

The location is fantastic for gay men who want to stay near all the nightlife.

John is a wealth of information about the City, local restaurants and venues.

Casa Alebrijes is new and there is a lot of attention to detail. Owner John is American but knows Guadalajara, and the hotel is very close to all the gay nightlife. It’s also just a few blocks from the Centro for touring the historical area.

In addition to being clean fresh and new, with great beds, Casa Alebrijes offers uniquely designed rooms, some with sitting areas and jacuzzis.

There’s an open courtyard in the building, hacienda style, where guests can meet and greet in front of a large fountain decorated with masks.

The rooms are decorated with “Alebrijes” –cute little wooden toys handmade in Mexico.

There are nice LCD TVs with DVD players in each room, and great internet service, also guest computers. The owner could not be nicer! The large rooms offer a great value.

If you haven’t been out in Guadalajara and you’re gay, you need to go! It’s a lot of fun, with dozens of gay bars, nightclubs and other types of venues (internet cafes, shops, sauna) to choose from.

Hotel Gay Guadalajara Jalisco
Hotel Gay Guadalajara Jalisco

How much does a room costs at Alebrije Hotel Boutique?

Prices start 20 $/night for Standard Double Room. The King Room with Spa Bath is  40$/room per night with breakfast included – if coming on a honeymoon this is the perfect choice for gay couples. double room features air conditioning.

Where to book onlineAlebrije Hotel Boutique – Hotel Gay Guadalajara Jalisco you can find the best hotels deals in Guadalajara during Day of the Dead  which is celebrated with much enthusiasm in Guadalajara on  or and see more reviews on TripAdvisor.

2. Del Carmen Concept Hotel Boutique 4* – Gay Guadalajara Hotels

Del Carmen Concept Hotel Boutique

A 9-minute walk from Templo Expiatorio del Santísimo Sacramento, this upscale hotel is a 12-minute walk from Museo de Cera and a 13-minute walk from Teatro Degollado.

Offering free Wi-Fi, the elegant, colorful suites have flat-screen TVs with satellite channels, and iPod docks, as well as desks and seating areas.

There’s a casual restaurant with outdoor seating. Other amenities include massage services and laundry.

Del Carmen Concept Hotel, situated in a restored 19th century neo-classical hacienda is a luxury boutique hotel offering a new concept in accommodation; transporting us to the elegant hotels of the belle époque, whilst integrating advanced technology and the avant-garde design of the 21st century.

Dedicated to the Surrealist art movement in Mexico, each suite has been exquisitely designed to pay homage to the most representative artists of the era: Tamayo, Varo, Cuevas, Gerzso, Carrington, Friedeberg, Soriano, Coronel & Vlady. A magical place that allows us to escape from reality.

This place is cute and very beautiful. It also happens to be an extremely popular food spot.

We stayed for 5 days and this place (restaurant portion) was always busy- and I mean from the moment it opened until midnight.

The restaurant has indoor and outdoor seating, and in the evening, only guests of the hotel are allowed to eat inside- so noise is very low.

As one other reviewer said- it is kind of like hotel rooms inside a cafe.

But all the rooms are on the second floor and overlook the restaurant- so no one goes near your room as they have no need to go near or up the stairs.

I never once felt worried about myself or my belongings.

The dining experience is a huge plus too. The food is amazing, and they literally have everything a restaurant would.

The only slight disappointment was no pool. And the towels are kind of sandpaper rough. But not like so off putting you can’t use them.

The service was great, the staff is great. The room was kept clean.

If you’re looking for cute & different, I would highly recommend this place. It’s also near everything major you’d want to see.

The hotel is really cute and boutiquey in a Mexican (lots of colour in rooms, arches, different design pieces) sort of way.

You can eat inside or outside alfresco in the square next to the hotel, across of which is a church from the 16th century.

It is an easy 10-20 minute walk to main sites in GDL, either East to Chapultepec street or West towards the central cathedral and Mercado San Juan de Dios.

We really liked the hotel and location. Two things to note. One, if you want fresh towels, you need to request.

Despite the heat outside, our towels don’t dry off overnight as rooms are cool. Second, while the manager Jairo speaks excellent English, most of the staff do not.

Learn a few key words in Spanish and it will go a long way

The location is perfect and leaves most sights within walking distance.

The rooms were spacious and well appointed. I second the earlier review about the noise.

Being right on the square is very nice, especially when you can open all of the doors and enjoy the evening.

The noise from traffic was more than usual and I used earplugs to help.

I slept soundly once getting to sleep. The staff helped when needed and the cleaning crew did a superb job. All in all, a very good place I would use again.

My big room was clean, bright, and colorful with a view over the street below through those wooden swing open windows you want when you visit Mexico.

Tamarind candies at the front desk. The breakfast buffet at Chai, the restaurant in the lobby, was excellent. Great place to stay at a great price.

The small plaza right outside the hotel is a gem. Great small scale hotel if you want to stay in the historic centro near lots of good stuff to explore.

The hotel itself is really cool. The decor is interesting, each room has a different “theme” or style.

Our room, the “Vlady” was very spacious and the bed was super comfortable. Everything was clean and organized.

The hot water in the shower did take a little long to come out but it is an old house and during cold January mornings it’s understandable.

The AC/Heater worked great. Complimentary water bottles were a great plus, hardly any hotel will just let you have more for free. The restaurant downstairs is really good!

As you can tell when you notice it always has people in it!

The location is great, in front of a little plaza and a beautiful church. About a 10 minute walk to the historic center.

gay guadalajara hotels
gay guadalajara hotels

How much does a room costs at Del Carmen Concept Hotel?

Prices start 20 $/night for Standard Double Room. The King Room with Spa Bath is  40$/room per night with breakfast included – if coming on a honeymoon this is the perfect choice for gay couples. double room features air conditioning.

Where to book onlineDel Carmen Concept Hotel – Gay Guadalajara Hotels- you can find the best hotels deals in Guadalajara during Day of the Dead  which is celebrated with much enthusiasm in Guadalajara on or  or and see more reviews on TripAdvisor.


3. Demetria Hotel 5* – Gay Hotels Guadalajara

Demetria Hotel

Free parking is offered at the Demetria Hotel. It is located a 15-minute walk from Guadalajara University. The city’s cathedral is less than 3 km away.

The hotel has a bar and an à la carte restaurant serving a daily breakfast buffet. You can also find various restaurants and cafés in the surrounding streets and along Chapultepec Avenue.

Video Review of Hotel Demetria Guadalajara 

Hotel Demetria main objective is to change the image of Guadalajara City as well as positioning Lafayette as one of the most exclusive areas in terms of architecture, real estate, cultural and art related developments.

This project presents a vision on a new lifestyle, its essence presents the opportunity to attract the most demanding and select clientele to experience a world of highly exclusive service y benefits, as the result of great design and sophistication.

This space is created by an atmosphere and meeting points accordingly in order to satisfy the highest standards when it comes to quality and service.

An avant-garde concept becomes a clearly remarkable aspect of the personality of the hotel and its surroundings, making it a very unique place from the other city hotels.

Visited the hotel in mid July with my husband and our six year old son.

On the website the hotel seemed beautiful and very trendy , a little too trendy for a family vacation.

We got there and yes, the hotel is beautiful and trendy. Fortunately, they were also very family friendly.

The hotel staff was super friendly and went out of their way to give my son some attention.

Two gay dads traveling with their six year old son to a foreign country can be a little worrisome.

Fortunately, everyone at the hotel was super nice and friendly. The room was beautiful. The only criticism is that the room was a little too dark. It was hard to shave and fix our hair.

The pool area was very nice and the staff even brought popsicles to my son while we were swimming.

The restaurant is food is good, not great but good. Luckily there are a lot of good, trendy restaurants within walking distance of the hotel.

The design of the place is gorgeous, my room was very comfortable, and I had a nice view of the neighborhood.

I can’t say enough regarding the location. It’s within walking distance of so many great bars, restaurants, and coffee shops.

Really think this is the best boutique hotel in Guadalajara.

Had visited friends at Casa Fayette, which is gorgeous, but felt Hotel Demetria had a more authentic and local design vibe. Rooms are really sexy with dark wood and glass everywhere.

Beds are comfortable. Hotel pool is really excellent. Daily breakfast in the downstairs restaurant was superb – as is all food in Mexico, really.

This place is really unique.

Seemed like a well enough part of town, but since we don’t know the area, our opinion isn’t worth much in that regards. The staff were friendly and helpful.

The room was unusual, but it was really cool. The shower was huge and the shower head was awesome!

The tub was cool, although it had a slow drain, but the provided bath bombs smelled great.

The bed was comfortable, the bedding clean and nice. The towels were big and fluffy.

There was no blow dryer, but we made do without. There was no closet either, but since we were there for one night, it didn’t matter.

Location: Walking distance to Chapultepec street (5-10 min.) which is one of the main roads in GDL.

Hotel is in residential area which makes it very unique, you’re in the neighborhood as soon as you walk out, which is nice.

Took ubers all around town and not once was there an issue finding or getting back to the hotel.

Hotel Restaurant: They offer breakfast with your stay, which is basic (eggs, beans, breads and spreads) but very (very) tasty. Had it a couple times and would highly recommended before going out.

The entire staff is very knowledgeable, professional and fun to chat to during your drinks/food in the bar area. You can tell they all care about making your stay worthwhile.

Demetria is definitely one of the most unique and exclusive hotels out there, with a conceptual design and attention for details, the hotel is the perfect choice if you visit Guadalajara!

The staff is professional and they care for the guests well being from the moment of check-in to the moment of check-out!

We enjoyed the delicious food, the relax spot at the hotel swimming pool, the art vibe found in each corner, the atmosphere, everything was great!

The rooms are spacious, beautifully designed with comfortable beds, art is integrated in the space of the room adding another dose of charm.

We really loved Demetria and we are highly recommending to everyone planning a trip to Guadalajara, one of the best experiences.

Gay Hotels Guadalajara
Gay Hotels Guadalajara

How much does a room costs at Demetria Hotel?

Prices start 200$/night for Urban Suite. The Master Suite is  550$/room per night with breakfast included – if coming on a honeymoon this is the perfect choice for gay couples. double room features air conditioning.

Where to book onlineDemetria Hotel – Gay Hotels Guadalajara – you can find the best hotels deals in Guadalajara during Day of the Dead  which is celebrated with much enthusiasm in Guadalajara on  or and see more reviews on TripAdvisor.