Aldama 53, Centro
37700 San Miguel de Allende
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Nestled among brightly colored terracotta houses and colonial-era church spires, Hotel Matilda distinguishes itself from the rest of UNESCO-listed San Miguel de Allende with a minimalist white and gray contemporary facade. Edgy and iconoclastic, with an eclectic collection of art, Hotel Matilda - voted one of the best hotels in Mexico by Condé Nast Traveller in October 2013 - brings the future to these historic cobbled streets.
Beyond the glass doors, strategically placed works by emerging and established stars of the Mexican art world sit against a blank canvas of unadorned walls, marble and quarried rock. Each space throughout the hotel is energized by a work of art, like the Diego Rivera portrait of the hotel owner's mother Matilda, which hangs in the lobby.
In the 32 rooms and suites, Mexican touches like textured wood and indigenous rugs are juxtaposed with marble floors, lush caramel furnishings and bold pops of turquoise. At restaurant Moxi, classic Mexican cuisine is flavored with innovative international trends, and bursts with local freshness with ‘farm-to-table’ ingredients. Bar Moxi’s mixologist blends indigenous local fruits to create the finest classic and original concoctions. A collection of global and locally inspired treatments awaits guests at the Spa, where a Turkish Hammam and an indoor and outdoor relaxation lounge combine with cutting-edge facilities.
Surround yourself with contemporary Mexican art at Hotel Matilda, a sharp and style-conscious hideout surrounded by San Miguel de Allende’s colonial-era buildings.
LOCATION OF HOTEL MATILDA
San Miguel de Allende - voted best city in the world by Condé Nast Traveler in October 2013 - lies in Mexico’s central highlands, 300km north of Mexico City. San Miguel de Allende is a UNESCO World Heritage Site renowned for its spectacular Spanish colonial architecture and Old World ambience that remain virtually unchanged from centuries ago. Ex-pats, including many artists, have flocked to this colonial city for generations, and today they form a large, tight community.