AC Hotel Guadalajara Debuts in Mexico

AC Hotel Guadalajara has opened in Mexico. The hotel, developed and own by FibraHotel and operated by Marriott International, is meant to cater to the creativity of Millennial travelers with its design-driven theme. 

The hotel combines the authenticity of Guadalajara, in the architecture and interior design, with the comforts modern European design, such as its minimalist look intended to convey a feeling of spaciousness and elegance.

DAILY NEWS & DEALS NEWSLETTER

Like this story? Subscribe to Daily News & Deals!

Featuring breaking news on the latest product launches, deals, sales promotions, and executive appointments. Be sure to sign-up for this free industry daily newsletter.

Additionally, all furniture and lighting were designed and produced in Mexico, while free Wi-Fi and Kallpods, wireless service buttons which enable guests to request a staff member's attention immediately, offer further modern comforts.

At the AC Lounge, guests can enjoy an artisanal beer, specialty wine on tap, and tapas. Adjacent, at the AC Kitchen, a European-style continental breakfast with all the classics is available.

On the hotel’s 12th floor is an infinity-edge swimming pool and lounge, offering some of the best views of the city. Also on the 12th floor Sky Deck is the hotel’s gym. The AC Library offers guests a place to relax, and is curated by Nigel Barker, a TV personality, fashion photographer, and author.

In the coming months, AC Hotels will open in Mexico City, Mexico, Panama City, Panama, and Santiago, Chile. Two AC Hotels debuted in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil prior to the Olympic Games.

Visit www.achotels.marriott.com/hotels/ac-hotel-guadalajara-mexico

Suggested Articles:

Using HomeBased Connect, home-based travel advisors will have access to a reservation team that is specific to them. More here.

The CTO will aim to offer better marketing, more research as it pertains to tourism and increased product development for its member countries.

Stayover arrivals in the Caribbean grew by 4.4 percent in 2019, which outpaced the international rate of growth of 3.8 percent. Learn more here.