Despite being less than a decade old, Rosewood San Miguel cleverly captures the historical essence of the city with its warm terracotta hues, colonial-style arches, stone colonnades and intricate ironwork. Inside, the ancient splendour is offset with contemporary art, polished floors and spacious rooms and suites designed with elegant dark wood furnishings and balconies and terraces overlooking the courtyard or hills surrounding the city.
Guests can brush up on their backhand on the clay tennis courts, take part in art and cooking classes, or unfurl under a shady cabana by the large central swimming pool. The hotel's signature restaurant, 1826, serves a boldly locavore menu of innovative Mexican cuisine, and on the roof, there's laidback tapas bar Luna, which offers spectacular 360-degree views of the city.
Beyond the alluring confines of the hotel walls, San Miguel de Allende’s effervescent streets are brimming with things to see. The historic Teatro Angela Peralta is the place to become immersed in captivating theatre and foot-tapping jazz concerts while its formidable neo-Gothic style church is one of the city’s most spectacular landmarks. The creative side of the city means there are bountiful opportunities to get hands on: learn the secrets of Mexican cuisine at a cookery class with a local chef; hone your brush skills at a painting class; or learn to make mojigangas figures during a culture-rich workshop.
Lovers of art & design
Culture and history enthusiasts
Those looking to be in the heart of the action
THINSG TO DO AT THE HOTEL:
Cool off with a dip in the alluring swimming pool
Indulge in a therapy inspired by the city’s ancient healing traditions at the Sense Spa
Play a game of tennis in the courts nestled in the colourful gardens
Tuck into delicious tapas and cocktails with sweeping city views at the Luna rooftop bar
Feast on traditional local cuisine at the 1826 Mexican restaurant and tequila bar
THINGS TO DO NEARBY:
Stroll into the bustling heart of San Miguel de Allende
Tour the city’s artistic hotspots with the hotel’s own art concierge
Taste crisp regional wines at during a local vineyard visit
Delight in the colours and flavours of the Mercado de San Juan de Dios fresh fruit and vegetable market
Visit the trendy Fábrica La Aurora Art Design and Centre
Play a round of golf at Club de Golf Malanquin or the Ventanas de San Miguel
Experience the drama at the Teatro Angela Peralta
Learn the art of Mexican cuisine at a cookery class led by local chefs
Go riding through the cobbled streets' cantinas where you can stop and sample local tequilas
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