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      Hotel Matilda

      from USD 266 /night

      Member since 10/2011   Rooms 32   Architecture Marco Martinez Valle Arquitectura   Interior Design McAlpine, Booth & Ferrier Interiors
      The Original Bruce James, Harold Stream

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      Member since
      10/2011
      Rooms
      32
      Architecture
      Marco Martinez Valle Arquitectura
      Interior
      Design McAlpine, Booth & Ferrier Interiors
      The Original Bruce James, Harold Stream

      —Forging an identity as a cultural hub of San Miguel, Hotel Matilda celebrates the artistic and culinary arts as a sharp and style-conscious hideout.

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      March 29, 2015 – March 31, 2015

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      • Deluxe Room

        • 21
        • 36 m2 (228
        • 388 sq ft) average
        • King Bed
        USD 266 /night
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      • Grand Deluxe

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        • 23 ?" 47 m2 (252 ?" 513 sq ft) average
        • King Bed
        • Free Wi-Fi Internet Connection
        • Air Conditioning
        USD 311 /night
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      • Junior Suite

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        • 29 ?" 47 m2 (314 ?" 508 sq ft)
        • 2 Queen Beds
        • Free Wi-Fi Internet Connection
        • Air Conditioning
        USD 356 /night
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      About your stay

      Hotel Matilda

      Nestled among terra-cotta houses and colonial-era church spires in San Miguel de Allende, Hotel Matilda distinguishes itself with its edgy modern décor, inviting visitors to take a closer look. Expat artists have gathered in this colonial city for generations, forming a tight community. That's precisely why these cobbled streets were the ideal location for a hotel with an eclectic collection of contemporary art. While some rotate, most of the pieces are on display permanently, such as the Diego Rivera portrait of the owner's mother Matilda, which hangs in the lobby. Awaiting guests at the holistic spa are an intimate indoor/outdoor relaxation lounge and an authentic hammam. A partnership with Mexico's most famous chef, Enrique Olvera, created a must-visit restaurant for foodies called Moxi, which means "craving" in the local Otomi language. With exhibits by noted artists, gourmet dinners, and special events such as art festivals, DJ dance parties, and tequila tastings, Hotel Matilda is a celebration of the senses in one of Mexico’s most engaging and beautiful destinations.

      Nearest Airport
      BJX - Del Bajio Airport
      Food & Drink
      Restaurant, Snack Bar
      Spa & Recreation
      Health Club, Heated Outdoor Pool, Jacuzzi, Massage, Outdoor Pool, Sauna
      Conference & Meetings
      1 meeting room
      Internet
      Complimentary WiFi
      Services
      Airport Shuttle, Beverage, Breakfast, Concierge, Late Check-out, Parking

      Architecture

      Echoes of local topography

      The 500-year-old center of San Miguel de Allende remains largely unchanged since the days when the Spanish put up their churches and mansions in the baroque and neo-classical styles of the colonial period. UNESCO named the area a World Heritage Site in 2008 and now, Hotel Matilda, with its eclectic collection of contemporary art and straight white exterior lines, is right in the thick of the action. Outside, the landscaping concept echoes the local topography, deliberately mixing common and rare species from the region to create a natural array of colors and textures.

      Interior Design

      Colonial style mixed with Mexican touches

      From the restaurant – with a fresh "farm-to-table" concept – to the 32 rooms and suites, traditional colonial style mixes with Mexican touches like textured wood, warm stucco, and marble flooring, set against a backdrop of cream, brown and beige, lush caramel-colored furnishings, and bold pops of turquoise.

      Many Standard Rooms and Junior Suites have balconies and panoramic terraces, while the top-end Owner’s Suites win guests over with grand living areas, soaking tubs in the bathrooms and terraces that look out across the city and the mountains that frame it. Custom-designed lighting casts everything in a warm glow, making the spaces works of art in themselves.

      Interior Design
      Colonial style mixed with Mexican touches

      From the restaurant – with a fresh "farm-to-table" concept – to the 32 rooms and suites, traditional colonial style mixes with Mexican touches like textured wood, warm stucco, and marble flooring, set against a backdrop of cream, brown and beige, lush caramel-colored furnishings, and bold pops of turquoise.

       
       

      Many Standard Rooms and Junior Suites have balconies and panoramic terraces, while the top-end Owner’s Suites win guests over with grand living areas, soaking tubs in the bathrooms and terraces that look out across the city and the mountains that frame it. Custom-designed lighting casts everything in a warm glow, making the spaces works of art in themselves.

      Interior Design
      Colonial style mixed with Mexican touches

      From the restaurant – with a fresh "farm-to-table" concept – to the 32 rooms and suites, traditional colonial style mixes with Mexican touches like textured wood, warm stucco, and marble flooring, set against a backdrop of cream, brown and beige, lush caramel-colored furnishings, and bold pops of turquoise.

      Many Standard Rooms and Junior Suites have balconies and panoramic terraces, while the top-end Owner’s Suites win guests over with grand living areas, soaking tubs in the bathrooms and terraces that look out across the city and the mountains that frame it. Custom-designed lighting casts everything in a warm glow, making the spaces works of art in themselves.

      Made by Originals

      Harold Stream & Bruce James

      American art collector Harold Stream has deep Latin American roots, and has worked in the hospitality industry since the 1970s. Along with the director Bruce James, who has guided some of the most iconic luxury hotels in Mexico, Stream has created a hotel that embraces his vision of future hospitality. "While the typical hotel in San Miguel de Allende immerses guests in the historical past, Hotel Matilda embraces the lifestyle of today's travelers and offers them enriching new cultural and personal experiences," he said. "From an ambience filled with engaging modern Mexican art to bold new variations on Latin dishes, the hotel takes tradition and moves it forward into the future."

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