The best holidays are those that feel as if you are not traveling at all. When staying at Casa de Sierra Nevada in Mexico guests experience just that while fully ensconced in the town of San Miguel de Allende, just one and one-half blocks from the cathedral and city square. Its 37 rooms are split between individual casonas or 6th to 18th century Spanish colonial buildings containing five to seven guest rooms or suites. Each room is individually designed and furnished with colonial stucco walls, bovedas or curved ceilings, Talavera tile baths, fireplaces, and dark wood accents. Private patios open upon lush gardens and secluded courtyards between the hotel’s common spaces. For modern Mexican dining visit the hotel’s Andanza Restaurant for meals and small plate choices made with seasonal local produce. Diners can retire to the open-air courtyard shaded with orange trees and cascading wall fountains or one of six indoor dining rooms replete with oversized leather chairs, board games, and the fully stocked Blue Bar. And of course, the hotel offers a vast selection of tequila, beers, and house-brewed Sangritas or sangria margaritas.
For more information, visit Casa de Sierra Nevada (Hospicio 35, Col. Centro, San Miguel de Allende; 52-415/152-7040; rooms from US$330).
This is a sponsored post by Casa de Sierra Nevada