The hotel where Donald Duck had scheduled to stay for a few days while his nephews were at the local Junior Woodchuck Jamboree. Instead, upon arrival, he bumped on José, who was being chased by Gold Hat, upon the discovery that he was having an affair with his girlfriend, Rosa.

José performed there a few times in the mid-50s, during his tour in Mexico. Once, Panchito and Donald assisted him in one of his performances.


  • Parking Space,
  • Night shows, with José performing there for a while in the mid-50s,
  • TV and miscellaneous furniture,
  • Rooms with view of the Barranca Del Combre.

Known CustomersEdit

  • Rosa,
  • Gold Hat,
  • Donald Duck.

Three Caballeros ConcertEdit

Upon returning to the hotel in the end of 'The Three Caballeros Ride Again', José is tasked with performing a special show, should he want to keep his job. However, considering that he had already shown his 'best act', Donald and Panchito Pistoles spontaneously decide to back him up, and subsequently perform their theme song, 'The Three Caballeros'.


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Note: While probably an artistic license, the song ends way prematurely, and the final two verses are out of place, along with the 'Oooh' before 'We have the stars to guide us' verse missing.

The entirety of the concert took place on (Señor Martinez's) horseback, which while impressive, lead to Donald's bad luck setting in and him falling from the stage.

Nevertheless, the reception was overwhelmingly positive, and José and Panchito asserted to Huey, Dewey and Luey, that their uncle 'is a very fine fellow', establishing, that after all, Donald Duck does have friends throughout his comic book career.

Behind the ScenesEdit

According to Don Rosa, the Divisadero Hotel is a product of fiction. El Divisadero doesn't have a hotel.