Area Attractions

Located in the upscale Andares district, Hyatt Regency Andares Guadalajara offers a privileged sight into the city´s main allure. Explore unique destinations just a few steps away, with exclusive luxury shops at the Andares shopping center along with distinguishing culinary experiences. Discover the best of Mexican culture at Guadalajara’s historic center, only 20 minutes away from our hotel. If you are craving for a bit more adventure, just outside the city, you will find delightful outdoor activities and enchanting villages such as the magical town of Tequila. You'll learn that there are many things to do in the beautiful city of Guadalajara.

Hyatt Regency Andares Guadalajara

Puerta de Hierro 5065
Zapopan, Mexico, 45116



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Luxury Shopping

Andares Shopping Center

230 m
With your stay at Hyatt Regency Andares Guadalajara, you’ll gain exclusive access to Andares Shopping Center and its Paseo VIP (strip), both of which make up the top high-end shopping experience in the city. With indoor and outdoor facilities and an array of sophisticated shops, a set of VIP movie theaters, two of the biggest department stores in the country and an upscale gastronomic corridor. Our hotel is conveniently located in the very heart of the commercial development. Learn more about the prevention measures and schedules of Andares Shopping Center by visiting its website

Parks and Recreation


Art & Culture

Destination Cathedral Towers

Museum of the Arts University of Guadalajara (MUSA)

10.1 km
Located at the University of Guadalajara, this museum boasts collections of contemporary paintings and sculptures created by both local and international artists, including an exhibit with works solely from the state of Jalisco. Special mention must be made of the murals of José Clemente Orozco, painted in the auditorium, from which the museum was conceived.

Scenic Arts Center

8.2 km
Contemporary space whose mission is to stimulate local artistic creation and cultural exchange, as well as promote the vitality of the urban area. You will find Music, opera, symphony concerts, musical theater, dance, cinema, plastic arts, congresses, commerce, entertainment, science, history, technology, nature, and much more.

Trompo Magico Museum

5.1 km
This exciting museum is a family friendly space that offers educational activities and interactive exhibits that are fun for the whole family and promote active and practical learning, motivating boys and girls all ages into arts, science and culture.

Culinary Scene

Andares Lounge Shrimp


6.2 km
This restaurant represents the gastronomic movement that distinguishes the city of Guadalajara, and it is member of the renowned Latin America’s 50 Best Restaurants list. It´s Chef Francisco Ruano defines its kitchen as bold, using local ingredients for its traditional and unique recipes.


9.5 km
Gastronomic workshop by Chef Alonso Cadena that presents an innovative experience for foodies. It offers a unique concept that includes communal tables and meals to share, as well as an exclusive decoration and menu that is constantly changing its ingredients according to the season and the Chef´s inspiration.


Downtown Cathedral


61.3 km
One of Mexico´s most famous magical towns, it offers extraordinary blue agave landscapes, an incredible volcano and multiple unique Tequila houses that allow visitors to get to know its history up close and learn the process of production of the Mexican drink by excellence − tequila. This is a once-in-a-lifetime adventure. Ask our Concierge department about Tequila´s train ride.

San Pedro Tlaquepaque

18.3 km
Recently declared a part of the magical town program, San Pedro Tlaquepaque’s streets are both engaging and charming sites that offer local craft shops, traditional kitchen restaurants, a beautiful main plaza next to a unique church and the famous Parián, where you will always find mariachi music. This is one of the most representative places of Guadalajara that you cannot miss.

Guachimontones Pyramids

57.9 km
Archaeological site located in teuchitlán, jalisco. This site, unique in its kind, has circular pyramids. On the site, you can visit the Phil Weigdand museum, named after the discoverer of the site who devoted 30 years of his career to researching the culture he called "Tradition Teuchitlán". Feel the wonderful energy that flows between the circular pyramids while you scale. You can also experience other activities promoted by museum staff and even buy some original souvenir of the Wixarica or Huichol culture.