Hotels in Colonial Cities

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Built around a former capilla (chapel) just down the street from the oldest church in San Miguel, the Antigua Capilla has eight comfy rooms on a quiet... Read More

There are only six rooms here arranged around a block-wide former private home. Run by César Arias, the founder and soul of the Jardín Botánico, the... Read More

The grand dame of San Miguel's ever-expanding collection of luxury hotels, Belmond Casa de Sierra Nevada (made up of six Spanish-colonial mansions)... Read More

The five rooms at Los Olivos are minimalist in style but luxuriously comfortable, fluffed up nicely with Italian linens, and set in a remodeled Colonial... Read More

The suites are built around a traditional courtyard and large garden; the rooftop terrace once housed a great bar. The bar is no longer there, but the... Read More

One of the city's top B&Bs for the past 35 years, Casa Schuck has stayed current with a recent renovation. There are teak tables out on the main... Read More

Built from two neighboring Colonial-style homes, the aptly-named Dos Casas mixes modern interiors with a Colonial-era structure. Owner Alberto Laposse... Read More

This 450-year-old hacienda has been converted into a dozen rooms arranged around an inner courtyard. The property is stunningly photogenic—Vogue models... Read More

Hotel Matilda, located along one of San Miguel de Allende’s cobblestoned streets, stands out for its sleek white exterior and modern décor. Guest rooms... Read More

In business for nearly 50 years, this 23-room B&B is a great value, with simply decorated, comfortable rooms and excellent family-style meals. Owner... Read More

La Puertecita was one of the first boutique hotels in San Miguel and has maintained its position as a great choice by remaining constant, true to the... Read More

A place called Nirvana should be peaceful and the Nirvana Retreat lives up to the name. Ten rooms are perched on the side of a mesquite-covered bluff... Read More

There are only six rooms here arranged around a block-wide former private home. Run by César Arias, the founder and soul of the Jardín Botánico, the... Read More

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... Read More

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