Colonial Cities

Hotels in Colonial Cities

The grand dame of San Miguel's ever-expanding collection of luxury hotels, Casa de Sierra Nevada (made up of six Spanish-colonial mansions) exudes colonial charm and laid-back stylishness.

For its first city resort in Mexico, Rosewood looked to San Miguel's history to create a colonial-era hacienda where every corner reveals local artisans' work: cantera stone in patios and colonnades; curled bedposts and ornate tin mirror frames in 67 guest rooms.

Urban Modernists have another reason to visit San Miguel de Allende: the five-room Dos Casas.

Hotel Matilda, which opened this past September along one of San Miguel de Allende’s cobblestoned streets, stands out for its sleek white exterior and modern décor.