Take a trip into luxury at the Rosewood San Miguel de Allende, a luxury boutique hotel located in the heart of an enchanting town within the mountains of central Mexico. The 67-room coral-colored property has wood beamed ceilings, hand-carved furniture, and vibrant colors that are reminiscent of a hacienda.
The rooms at Rosewood San Miguel De Allende are cozy and spacious with local artwork adding color and soaking tubs for relaxing. The Colonial Room’s covered balcony is the perfect place to relax with a cocktail while watching the twinkling night stars. Admire the 16th-century style of the Deluxe Colonial Room, fitted with wooden floors and a stone hearth. Open the French windows onto the balcony to take in the view of the beautiful courtyard gardens. Lounge on the chairs on the expansive terrace of the Rooftop Colonial Suite.
Dine on Mexican cuisine in 1826 Restaurant, named after the year that the town of San Miguel de Allende was renamed to honor the Mexican Independence hero Ignacio de Allende. Meals here are made with locally-sourced ingredients and enjoyed al fresco near the gardens. Seasonal food is the highlight here, and partnerships with local farmers to ensure the freshest offerings of wild arugula, blue cheese, and creamy polenta.
Watch the sparkling lights of the city and the spires of La Parroquia church from the Luna Rooftop Tapas Bar. Here you can enjoy tapas with margaritas and cocktails in a setting of terracotta, dusty pinks, and earthy browns. The 1826 Tequila Bar has more than 120 varieties, and guests can learn about the tequila making process from the sommelier. Sip from a selection of over 800 wines in candlelit La Cava, the private wine cellar where authentic Mexican decor and paintings of artist Frida Khalo grace the walls.
Relax in the spa at Rosewood San Miguel De Allende and indulge in the healing traditions that use indigenous ingredients. Yoga and pilates classes help you prep for a day of exploring. This region is known for its color, art, and architecture. Bring out your inner painter at an art class and learn about oil, acrylic, watercolor, and pastels with San Miguel de Allende’s cobblestone streets as your inspiration.
Local tours can also include a visit to a local artisan cheese factory that has been in operation since 1978. Learn the secrets of traditional Mexican cuisine at a cooking class, paired with mezcal, or visit a vineyard to taste Central Mexican wines.Request Information