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Hotel Indigo Guanajuato

Calle de Pardo 5 Col. Centro| Guanajuato Guanajuato | 36000| Mexico| 52-473-1380000| Email Hotel | Transportation Details
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Hotel Indigo Guanajuato

A destination rooted in local lore

Full of mystery and legend, Guanajuato is located in a basin of the Sierra Madre mountains, with much of its perimeter creeping upwards along the walls of the valley. This former mining city was once home to José Carpio, a young and talented man known as El Cantador whose singing and guitar-playing earned him fame in the 18th century. The Hotel Indigo Guanajuato pays homage to the city's mining heritage and its legendary musician. In fact, it shares the same ground El Cantador once called home. After his father was killed in a mining accident, the young musician began mining himself—all the while moonlighting with his guitar. When he saved enough money to buy a plot of land, he chose the land where Hotel Indigo now stands. And from its terrace, guests can still see the beautiful garden named in his honor.

Rooms

  • Check In: 3:00 PM
  • Check Out: 12:00 PM
  • Minimum Check-In Age: 18
  • Credit Cards

  • Important Update

  • Transportation

  • Parking

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      • Parking Description:Parking spaces are available in the covered area. Self parking.
      • Number of Parking Spaces: 46
  • Pet Policy

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      • Pets Allowed
      • Guide Dogs, Service Animals Allowed
      • Only 1 pet per room The pet must be in its cage You must leave a security deposit, per pet, only garanty The pet cannot be alone in his room Guide dogs and assistance animals are allowed The owner is responsible for his pet and his actions
      • Pet Deposit per Stay: 1400 MXN
      • Pet Fee Per Night : 1400 MXN
  • Accessibility

  • Facility

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      • Number of Rooms: 56
      • Number of Non-Smoking Rooms: 56
      • Number of Accessible Rooms: 1
      • Number of Floors: 3
      • Total Number of Rooms with One Bed: 31
      • Interior Corridors
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Area Attraction

Amenities

Business Services

  • Business Center
  • Copying Services
  • PC Available
  • Unstaffed Business Center
  • Printer
  • Scanner
  • Open 24/7

Standard Internet Services

  • Standard Internet service is free for all guests
  • Wireless Internet Available in Standard Rooms, Executive Rooms, Suites, Business Center, Public Areas and Meeting Spaces.

    Pets Policy

    • Pets Allowed
    • Guide Dogs, Service Animals Allowed
    • Only 1 pet per room The pet must be in its cage You must leave a security deposit, per pet, only garanty The pet cannot be alone in his room Guide dogs and assistance animals are allowed The owner is responsible for his pet and his actions
    • Deposit: 1400 MXN
    • Fee: 1400 MXN

    Miscellaneous

    • Safety Deposit Box available, Front Desk

    Guest Rooms

    Premium Services

    • Valet Service

    Entertainment

    • Cable/Satellite TV
    • Stereo/Radio
    • High Definition TV

    Workspace / Desk

    • Work desk with lamp

    Phone / Fax

    • Phone with Voicemail
    • Direct Dial Phone

    Spa-like Bathrooms

    • Hairdryer
    • Hamper
    • Private Bathroom

    Standard Internet Services

    • Standard Internet service is free for all guests
    • Wireless Internet Available

    Refreshment / Kitchen

    • Coffee Maker

    Miscellaneous

    • Double Glazed Windows
    • Individually Controlled Air Conditioning
    • Iron / Ironing Board
    • Rollaway Bed/Cot
    • Rollaway Bed Per Night: 500 MXN
    • Separate Hanging Closet
    • Separate Hanging Closet
    • Trouser Press
    • Number of Closets: 1

    Executive Club Level

    Premium Services

    • Valet Service

    Entertainment

    • Cable/Satellite TV
    • Stereo/Radio
    • High Definition TV

    Workspace / Desk

    • Work desk with lamp

    Phone / Fax

    • Phone with Voicemail
    • Direct Dial Phone

    Spa-like Bathrooms

    • Hairdryer
    • Hamper
    • Private Bathroom

    Standard Internet Services

    • Standard Internet service is free for all guests
    • Wireless Internet Available

    Refreshment / Kitchen

    • Coffee Maker

    Miscellaneous

    • Double Glazed Windows
    • Individually Controlled Air Conditioning
    • Iron / Ironing Board
    • Rollaway Bed Per Night: 500 MXN
    • Separate Hanging Closet
    • Separate Hanging Closet
    • Trouser Press
    • Number of Closets: 1

    Suites

    Premium Services

    • Valet Service

    Entertainment

    • Cable/Satellite TV
    • Stereo/Radio
    • High Definition TV

    Workspace / Desk

    • Work desk with lamp

    Phone / Fax

    • Phone with Voicemail
    • Direct Dial Phone

    Spa-like Bathrooms

    • Hairdryer
    • Hamper
    • Private Bathroom

    Standard Internet Services

    • Standard Internet service is free for all guests
    • Wireless Internet Available

    Refreshment / Kitchen

    • Coffee Maker

    Miscellaneous

    • Double Glazed Windows
    • Individually Controlled Air Conditioning
    • Iron / Ironing Board
    • Rollaway Bed Per Night: 500 MXN
    • Separate Hanging Closet
    • Separate Hanging Closet
    • Trouser Press
    • Number of Closets: 1

    Local Restaurants

    Don Mirlo is a warm and modern restaurant that offers dining options designed to start the day with a nutritious service since 6 am to 23 Hrs. Enjoy the "Don Mirlo" cuisine with perfect for sharing with family and friends.

    Summary

    • Room Service
    • Service Hours : 6:00 AM to 11:00 PM

    Neighborhoods

    Explore our neighborhood.

    It's a true adventure to wander the web of narrow, winding streets that make up this historic UNESCO World Heritage city. Explore Guanajuato on foot to explore every skinny lane and centuries-old staircase up the mountainside. Founded as the Real de Minas de Guanajuato in 1548, this city functioned as a gold mining capital for New Spain. Old stories tell of a landscape so rich in precious metals that pieces of gold could be picked up off the ground. Today, reminders of the city's nearly 500-year history are everywhere, from the Sanctuary of Jesus of Nazarine of Atotonilco to the Museum of the Mummies of Guanajuato.

    Museum of the Mummies of Guanajuato

    Dozens of mummified bodies are on display at the museum from a collection numbering more than 100. Every one is the result of an outbreak of cholera during the 1830s. This is no exhibit for the faint of heart: Legend says some were buried alive to stop the spread of the disease—that's why they appear to be screaming.

    Museum of the Mummies of Guanajuato
    Callejón del Beso

    The Alley of the Kiss is the scene of a tragic romance. The alley is so narrow that homes on either side are separated by only a few feet. When the lover of a noble girl was forbidden to see her, he purchased the house across from hers so they could hold one another's hand from their balconies.

    Callejón del Beso
    Plaza de la Paz

    The beautiful Plaza de la Paz was renamed in 1903 to celebrate peace within the country. A bronze monument still sits at the center of a garden within the plaza, having survived the the fact that Mexico fell back into war just a few years after its creation.

    Plaza de la Paz
    Sanctuary of Jesus of Nazarene

    In 1740, Father Luis Felipe Neri wanted to emulate the Holy Sepulcher of Jerusalem. The result, in part, was a temple that has been named a Cultural Heritage of Humanity. The interior of the sanctuary is filled with beautiful, colorful tiles, stonemasonry, frescos, and goldwork.

    Sanctuary of Jesus of Nazarene
    Medieval Festival

    During the second week of the Easter holidays, Guanajuato is reborn into the 16th century, complete with costumes, sword-fighting, chamber music, and bagpipers. Listen to the delightful strains of medieval compositions while perusing a contemporary market for the perfect accessories to take home.

    Medieval Festival
    Guerra de Bandas

    Guanajuato's wind instrument bands are a fundamental part of the local culture. Bands that have perfected various wind instruments often "go to war" against other bands in a traditional show that includes polka, mambo, zarzuela, and other musical styles.

    Guerra de Bandas
    Festival Internacional Cervantino

    The annual International Cervantino Festival takes place in Guanajuato every autumn to celebrate the works of 16th-century Spanish writer Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra, author of Don Quixote. Plays written by Cervantes are performed anew, as well as opera and other artistic events.

    Festival Internacional Cervantino
    Juarez Theater

    Visit the Juarez Theater for a breathtaking view of 19th-century Roman Doric architecture. Behind the fluted columns and recessed inlays of the outer portico, the theater hosts the very best national and international musical acts, from the folkloric ballet of the University of Guanajuato to the State Symphonic Orchestra.

    Juarez Theater
    Enchiladas Mineras

    Guanajuato was once one of the most important mining towns of New Spain, and much of its culture still harkens back to those colonial days. Enchiladas mineras is the "minerstyle" dish of modern Guanajuato, featuring ranchero cheese stuffed into fresh corn tortillas and covered with hot tomato and guajillo sauces.

    Enchiladas Mineras
    Caldo de Oso

    This "Bear Broth" has all kinds of bite, just the way the locals like it. A simple, spicy, and hearty soup made from tomatoes, onion, garlic, and chunks of fish or squash, caldo de oso is Guanajuato's most beloved street food. You'll find the soup served in tall cups and topped with plenty of fresh cheese.

    Caldo de Oso
    Fiambre

    Meat lovers will adore the traditional dish of fiambre, which is based on an indulgent mixture of sausage, pork, chicken, and sometimes beef tongue. The meats are mixed with baby corn, onions, palm flowers, olives, avocado, fruits, and various cheeses before being marinated for one day in a special vinaigrette dressing.

    Fiambre
    Patitas de Puerco

    Taste the regional pig's feet recipe, a typical part of the lunches served in cantinas and bars throughout Guanajuato. The little hooves are cooked until they turn to gelatin, then fried and served with a pickled, spicy salad called escabeche.

    Patitas de Puerco

    Offers

    Gatherings & Events

    Gatherings & Events

    Gathering And Events-Facilities
    • Total of Meeting Rooms: 1

    Ready to Reserve?

    • For questions or to book by phone: 52-477-1895985
    • For questions or to book by email: ventas.pm@hotelesbjx.com
    Gathering And Events-Equipment
    • 35 mm Slide Projector
    • Microphone
    • Flip Chart and Markers
    • Whiteboards
    • Pens, Pencils and Pads Provided
    Gathering And Events-meetings
    Gathering And Events-catering

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    FAQs for Hotel Indigo Guanajuato

    • Complementary parking is available at Hotel Indigo Guanajuato for hotel guests.

    • No, Hotel Indigo Guanajuato does not have a pool.

    • Check-in at Hotel Indigo Guanajuato is from 3:00 PM, and check-out time is 12:00 PM. Contact the hotel directly for options available for early check-in or late check-out.

    • Yes, the Hotel Indigo Guanajuato offers free WiFi!

    • No, there is no on site restaurant at Hotel Indigo Guanajuato.

    • Rates for accommodations at Hotel Indigo Guanajuato vary by season. For your rate options, please input your dates.

    • The Hotel Indigo Guanajuato has 56 guest rooms. Enter your dates to view available rooms for your stay.

    • Pets are welcome at Hotel Indigo Guanajuato. There is a pet deposit per stay of 1400 . Our Pet Policy: Only 1 pet per room The pet must be in its cage You must leave a security deposit, per pet, only garanty The pet cannot be alone in his room Guide dogs and assistance animals are allowed The owner is responsible for his pet and his actions.