Cheerful, airy and bright, this well-appointed waterfront villa has the best possible access to Chapala’s malecón attractions and activities. Three comfortable bedrooms with individual balconies overlooking the lake sleep six guests. Ready to use kitchen, two newly remodelled bathrooms, patio grill and outdoor seating, are all steps away from the restaurants, shops, galleries and amusements of the popular Chapala Malecón. Secure parking and service from the hotel Villa San Francisco! Perfect!
These Villas have the best location in Lakeside! Plus, the reception desk at Hotel Villa San Francisco will address all your needs, and just a short walk along the malecon will take you to their beautiful terrace breakfast (available for purchase) and the soon to be finished garden pool and jacuzzi, or massage salon. Speak to reception by calling 376-765-2128
A secure parking lot on the street facing side of the villas leads to a back patio where you will find shade and privacy from the malecon. Each bedroom has a balcony and the waterfront patio provides a perfect bird-watching, (or people watching!) vantage point. The spacious living/dining room has large screen TV and room to entertain.
Ask the Hotel Villa San Francisco about arranging for transportation to a number of local attractions. Take a day to explore Ajijic and it’s many artist’s studios and galleries, soak in mineral pools at the Balanieros in San Juan Cosala, visit the step pyramids known a Huachimontones and lunch at the historic Hacienda el Carmen, or spend a day savoring the elixirs of Jalisco in Tequila.
As you entered Chapala on your way into town, a large grocery and sundries store, Sorianna Hyper, marked the beginning of the business district of Chapala. Just one stoplight away you passed the Pemex Gas Station. Convenience stores, pharmacies, restaurants and all manner of businesses fill the tree-lined main Boulevard of Chapala, Avenida Francisco Madero. Steps away from your Villa on Avenida Hidalgo, Paseo Ramon Corona or Avenida Francisco Madero, you will find anything and everything the town offers. Head past the beautiful Church, Parroquia de San Francisco de Asís, towards the town central plaza and the Chapala Market (which operates seven days a week), to find fresh fruits and vegetables, meats and fish, and numerous small local food stalls. On the back side of the market, Mi Ranchito Cremaria sells deli meats and cheeses, fresh baked bread, bagels, burgers and sandwiches. A block further on Calle Moreno you’ll find El Zapote, a small family run Mexican restaurant that’s always great.
Along the waterfront are dozens of restaurants, vendors selling crafts and clothing, sombreros and sunglasses, cold drinks and local ice creams and candies as well as many family-friendly amusements: Wheel of Fortune, Pony rides, mariachis, voladores, boat rides to Scorpion or Mezcala Islands, and of course countless photo opportunities.
Coffee shops, bakeries, restaurants and dress shops, beauty parlours, massage therapy and art galleries, the malecon has it all! You can walk to Cristiania park, where a water slide, tennis courts and picnic areas under shady trees delight hundreds of Guadalajara visitors every week… Of course there are horses to rent for cobblestone street rides through town.
Room 1 two single beds
Room 2 two single beds
Room 3 a King size bed
Relaxing massage service (additional cost)
Two balconies overlooking the lake
Two full bathrooms with amenities
Lounge, dining room, kitchenette and refrigerator
Facilities can accommodate 6 people.
No Includes breakfast.
Cost $ 3,800 MXN per night.