Places To Stay In Ajijic, Mexico: Part 1
With so many people contemplating a move to Lake Chapala, we are receiving thousands of visitors coming down for the first, second and third time. So in order to help you out, here a list of some of the B&B's available in Ajijic. The owners are proud of their newly adopted town and are ready and willing to help you out with your questions and make your stay memorable. There is no better way to experience the finest that Ajijic has to offer. This list covers only some of the smaller B&B, boutique style places in Ajijic and is not inclusive but will provide you with a number of options.
In no particular order, here we go:
16th of September #29, Ajijic
Located just one block from the lake and two blocks from the Ajijic Plaza, and directly across from the Lake Chapala Society, Hotel Casa Blanca is within easy walking distance to restaurants, art galleries, shopping.
Eight rooms with complimentary continental breakfast, free wireless internet, free calls to U.S. and Canada, garden patios and rooftop terrace.
Phone toll free from U.S. & Canada 800-436-0759; From Mexico 376-766-3842
Hotel Casa Mis Amores
Hidalgo 22B, Ajijic
Location, location, location. Only ½ block from the plaza and 3 blocks to the malacon. Right in the heart of shopping, dining, etc. Twelve room boutique hotel with continental breakfast, bar/lounge/common area, free internet and calls to U.S. and Canada. All rooms have a fridge, coffee pot and T.V. Some rooms have the option of a patio and/or fireplace.
Phone: (local) 376-766-4640, 376-766-4641, 376-766-4642
Villa Mercedes Inn
Calle Encarnación Rosas #54, Ajijic
Centrally located combination of hotel, inn and B&B. Continental breakfast. 4 studios, 1-bdrm suite, 2-bdrm & a penthouse suite.
Phone: (local) 376-766-0180 From U.S./Canada add prefix: 011-52
Casa de las Flores
Zaragoza 31 (1st street west of Colon)
Eight beautifully decorated suites with private baths, cable TV, fridge, coffee maker, microwave & hairdryer. Solar-heated lap pool, lush gardens & relaxing terrace. Free Wi-Fi throughout. Great location.
Phone (local) 376-766-5493 From U.S./Canada add prefix: 011-52
Quinta del Sol
Independencia #29, Ajijic
Close to the malacon and Colon Street, the main street in town for shopping and restaurants.
Three large suites with high ceilings, private terrace, fireplace, ceiling fans, refrigerator, TV and wireless internet, private baths, king size beds and high quality linens. Common amenities include outdoor patio, gardens, saltwater pool, full deluxe breakfast, large screen satellite T.V., plus free local and international calls to U.S. and Canada.
Phone from U.S. 215-352-5224 From Canada 905-681-6990 From Mexico 376-766-0926
Casa de la Abuela
Galeana 75, Ajijic
Featuring rooms ranging from simple rooms with mini fridge, to kitchenettes with jacuzzi, this Mexican style hotel is intimate and quaint. The hotel has large gardens and terrace with BBQ for entertaining. Located up a small hill on the mountain side of the Carretera (highway) so you need to be in good enough shape to make the grade.
Phone: (local only) 376-766-1747 From U.S./Canada add prefix: 011-52
Hotel Lindo Ajijic
Calle Angel Flores 17-A, Las Salvias, Ajijic
Luxury, adult only B&B featuring 8 suites, all with A/C, smart T.V. and internet. Large lobby/sitting area, terrace, spa, pool and gardens. Breakfasts and dinners available in the dining room at extra cost. Located slightly outside of town on the mountain side of the Carretera, you need to be able to walk well.
Whatsapp 331-162-1614 Cell: 331-162-1614
Adobe Walls Inn
Calle 16 de Septiembre # 51, In the Heart of Ajijic
Located close to Lake Chapala Society and Wednesday Farmers Market, this quaint, large, old converted hacienda offers 8 rooms. Common amenities include Continental breakfast, wireless internet, off-street parking.
Vonage: 210-858-8250 From Mexico 376-766-1296
Las Artistas B&B
Constitution 105, Ajijic , In the Heart of Ajijic
Six guest rooms with private baths, mature garden, secluded seating areas, guest fridge, patios, pool, purified water, wireless Internet. Original art and lots of Mexican flare. Your host: Linda Brown & Kent Edwards
Phone: (local) 376-766-1027 From U.S./Canada add prefix: 011-52
There were so many great B&B's available that I had to break it into two parts. Be sure to subscribe to this website so you don't miss out on part 2 coming soon!
Thank you for reading and don't forget I provide free tours of the area so get in contact with me! See you soon!