Explore the best of Jalisco from our hotel in Tlaquepaque near Guadalajara

From the annual livestock expo in October to charrería rodeo competitions every September, the Tlaquepaque area’s top events are close to Radisson Hotel Tapatio Guadalajara. You can recharge in your comfortable hotel room or suite after seeing a big-name musical act at nearby Arena VFG, or you can dine on site after meetings at nearby corporations like Amcor, Aeroméxico, Quaker State, and Cervezas Cuauhtémoc Moctezuma. Discover the beautiful ceramics Tlaquepaque is known for, relax at Lake Chapala, or spend the afternoon wandering through Guadalajara’s historical district, just 15 minutes north of the hotel.

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Lake Chapala

23.92 mi / 38.5 km from the hotel
Mexico’s largest freshwater lake reaches depths of 10.5 meters (34 feet) and provides a habitat for nearly 200 species of birds as well as thousands of other native animals and plants.

Arena VFG

10.64 mi / 17.12 km from the hotel
Located about halfway between Guadalajara and Lake Chapala, this indoor arena hosts some of music’s biggest names, including Ricky Martin, Shakira, and the Jonas Brothers.

Guadalajara Historic District

4.84 mi / 7.79 km from the hotel
Visit Guadalajara’s historic district to see the Jalisco Philharmonic Orchestra in the beautiful Teatro Degollado or marvel at frescos by Orozco at the Hospicio Cabañas. Stroll through the Plaza de Armas under the shadow of the Guadalajara Cathedral.

Expo Guadalajara

5.36 mi / 8.63 km from the hotel
For Mexico’s biggest trade shows, conventions, and expos, head to this event center. Top-tier events include Expo Mueble Internacional, which hosts more than 550 furniture exhibitors each year.

Teatro Diana

4.15 mi / 6.68 km from the hotel
With seats for more than 2,000 visitors and shows ranging from comedy and concerts to circuses, this modern theater is one of the area’s top cultural destinations.

Tlaquepaque Regional Ceramics Museum

1.96 mi / 3.16 km from the hotel
This museum showcases the 18th- and 19th-century pieces that helped the Tlaquepaque area gain its reputation as one of Mexico’s top destinations for outstanding artisan pottery.