San Miguel is small and everything is centered around the Jardín, where you’ll find restaurants, shops, cafes, bars, museums, boutiques, street vendo... Read More
San Miguel is small and everything is centered around the Jardín, where you’ll find restaurants, shops, cafes, bars, museums, boutiques, street vendors, the bullring, and more. The expat culture, combined with a plethora of gorgeous architecture, has created a luxurious selection of B&Bs and hotels, including private homes converted into boutique hotels of varying sizes. The Casa de Sierra Nevada pioneered this trend, adapting homes into luxe hotel rooms, and it’s still a classic. At Dos Casas the style reaches a new plateau of comfort, Mexican ease, and European design sensibilities.
Anywhere close to the Jardín is convenient for restaurants and shopping but also prone to noise pollution from church bells, mariachis, revelers, and fireworks. Around the quiet Juarez Park neighborhood, there’s the 67-room Rosewood, and smaller boutique properties such as Hotel Matilda, Posada Corazón, and Antigua Villa Santa Monica. Up the hill La Puertecita and Antigua Capilla provide a welcome and restful respite from the non-stop activity of the Centro. Out in the country, Nirvana Retreat is the place to try first. Whether you prefer polished luxury, colorful local flair, or a homey B&B, T+L’s guide will help you decide where to stay in San Miguel de Allende.