Sunset in San Miguel de Allende
Stroll through the cobblestone streets of San Miguel de Allende and you might think you’ve been transported to a European village. The town’s charm is in its authentic architecture, and you can spend hours roaming the streets of this colonial village discovering beautiful churches, museums, shops, and hidden courtyards. While there, it’s fitting to stay in a hotel that feels like it belongs in San Miguel.
Getting a sense of the city at Rosewood San Miguel de Allende
Though newly opened, Rosewood San Miguel de Allende already seems like part of its historic scenery. The 67-room property was designed embracing Rosewood’s Sense of Place philosophy, meaning the architecture blends in perfectly with its surroundings. Still, the beautiful and luxurious interiors will remind you that you are indeed in a Rosewood. rosewoodsanmiguel.com
Across town (walking distance, of course), the Casa de Sierra Nevada by Orient Express uses a cluster of historic buildings, including colonial mansions, to house their 35 authentic, elegant rooms as well as their Laja Spa and Sazón cooking school. Relax in one of the quiet, lush courtyards or cool off in the swimming pool — a San Miguel rarity. casasn.com
The presidential suite at Casa de Sierra Nevada