San Miguel de Allende It has been recognized as the best city to visit according to Condé Nast Traveler in the 2013 year, besides being also designated by UNESCO as Cultural Heritage of Humanity.
In the heart of this city for which there are no borders, the Rosewood San Miguel de Allende, and it is the most charming place to know the history, architecture and hospitality of the city. Despite not being a colonial construction, in each of the details of its 67 suites and 29 residences, the historical essence of the city was captured.
"The hotel has two new tennis clay courts to play as a professional."
Despite not being a colonial building, the hotel reflects the artistic traditions of this charming historic city. Their private residences extend along a private street and integrate colonial wealth with gardens, fountains, terrace with jacuzzi grill, kitchen and bathrooms with tub. As in a colonial house, the rest of the spaces are developed around its central courtyards.
At its Sense Spa The body and spirit are revitalized with the energy of the area, and transferred through treatments based on Mexican healing traditions and local ingredients. In its space flooded with floral aroma, we enjoy rich therapies, massages, facials, sauna and steam baths, in addition to yoga classes, pilates and a gym. But if we choose to exercise outdoors and with breathtaking views of the city, the hotel has two new tennis clay courts to play as a professional.
To live up to this renowned destination, the hotel has a rich gastronomic offer through its restaurants, counted among the best in the city. his Restaurante 1826 specializes in traditional and innovative Mexican cuisine and offers a tempting menu created by the chef Carlos Hannon, who uses organic and cultivated handicrafts in the region.
In the 1826 Tequila Bar more than 120 varieties of tequila and more than 20 brands of mezcal, which can be accompanied with light dishes. With such a great option, the tequila sommelier helps us learn about the process, traditions and customs of each tequila until we fall in love with one. On your beautiful outdoor terrace drinks are accompanied by light dishes.
The name of 1826 is a tribute to the date in which the city was baptized with the name that it currently holds, in honor of the insurgentIgnacio de Allende. In this way, the hotel honors the traditions and culinary legacies of Mexico.