View of the city from Rosewood San Miguel de Allende - Photo by Andrew Harper

Itinerary Extension to San Miguel de Allende, Mexico

By Andrew Harper

The Hideaway Report | November 1, 2014

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San Miguel de Allende street - Photo by Andrew Harper One of my favorite colonial cities in Mexico, San Miguel de Allende, lies just 60 miles east of Guanajuato. A picturesque place, it, too, has steep cobblestone streets, pretty pastel houses and grand 17th-century Spanish architecture, as well as an exuberant and festive atmosphere. No new hotels have opened to compete with my two favorites in town, the 37-room Belmond Casa de Sierra Nevada and the 67-room Rosewood San Miguel de Allende, both of which have panoramic roof terraces and inviting garden swimming pools.

This article appeared in the November 2014 print edition of Andrew Harper’s Hideaway Report under the headline “Itinerary Extension.”

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