Hotels for Local Culture in San Miguel de Allende and the Central Highlands
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- 14 reviews
Rosewood is a new high-end resort in the artist town of San Miguel de Allende. Only having been open a few months they have already be noted in Condé Nast Traveler and Travel + Leisure for excellent service and stunning architecture. Even if you don't stay at Rosewood be sure to grab a drink on thier luxurious rooftop bar overlooking ...Popular with
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- 23 reviews
Noon - 8pm. Nirvana Restaurant & Retreat is located a few miles west of San Miguel on the banks of the Laja River, nestled among mesquite trees and cacti. The restaurant there, with all outdoor seating, is a fuisine cuisine restaurant owned and run by Chef Juan Carlos Escalante, who is originally from México City and is a graduate both ...
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Fray Jose Guadalupe Mojica 22, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., closed Mondays. When we have company in town, we always take them to this restaurant for long, lazy breakfasts because the setting is so gorgeous. The restaurant is in the open-air central courtyard of a beautiful old hacienda. The courtyard has a beautiful fountain and brims with greenery and bright ...
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Full of charm. Loved our suite with its own outdoor area.
- 62 reviews
There's no better view of Guanajuato, than this one! You have to take the funicular to get all the way up to the top!Popular with
- 71 review
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- 9Hotel Class:1 review
Calle Quebrada #101. 8 a.m. – 10 p.m. every day. Chef Dina Butterfield, an American chef who trained under Chef Hiro Sone and Greg Dumore at Ame, St. Regis Hotel, serves up New American, farm-to-table cuisine in the restaurant inside Dos Casas hotel. Her menu evolves seasonally, but seems consistently good. Their dining room is small – perfect for an ...Popular with
- 101 review
The most amazing views from our balcony, all rooms with views, great price, friendly staff ... and very clean. They even gave us tickets to take the venicular up and down the hill for free during our entire stay! Thank You So Much! (da nada!!)
- 121 review
Very good quality for the price. And perfect location !Popular with
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- 141 review
This hidden gem is the gourmet spot for breakfast. Ring the buzzer next to the heart on Aldama Street to get in. Organic honey, unique egg dishes and delicious coffee-local specialties in a relaxing atmosphere that often includes harp music. Browse the library and pet the cats.Popular with
- 151 review
Quinta Real Zacatecas hotel, a former bull ring, oozes history like its toreros oozed victory. Eat breakfast overlooking the former 17th-century, San Pedro bull ring itself, sleep in a bed under a stone or wooden arch, or stroll around the ancient aqueduct. This place has to be seen to be believed.Popular with
- 161 review
This is a lovely place to have a Bahama-Mama and watch the sunset...IF you can peel yourself away from watching them from any place in our home and garden.
- 191 review