While San Miguel de Allende’s main attractions are its colonial buildings, works of neo-Gothic architecture—such as the Parroquia de San Miguel Arcángel church just 350 meters from the hotel’s doorstep—and its busy Jardin Principal, the city also plays host to an exciting arts scene, plenty of nightlife, myriad fine dining spots, and year-round festivities. Due to the city’s cultural history as a home of Spaniards, Creoles, and Amerindians, as well as its architectural landscape that includes Baroque to late 19th-century neo-Gothic buildings, San Miguel de Allende is a UNESCO-listed World Heritage Site.
Querétaro International Airport (QRO)
Nearest train station
Central de Autobuses
Spa & Recreation
A wide range of treatments inspired by the healing caves of ancient Greece
Food & Drink
Áperi restaurant serves contemporary Mexican cuisine. The bar and rooftop terrace offer an array of handcrafted cocktails and fine wines.
Conference & Meetings
Library, private event spaces