Rooms & Suites: 37
The boutique hotel of Casa De Sierra Nevada is a mixture of 16th to 18th century Spanish colonial buildings, located one and one-half blocks from the cathedral and main city square of San Miguel de Allende.
San Miguel de Allende sits at an altitude of 6,435 feet above sea level. Casa de Sierra Nevada's 37 rooms and suites are spread amongst six Colonial mansions, including Casa del Parque, a fort in the 17th century and later a customs house catering to the silver trade; and Casa Principal, the former residence of San Miguel de Allende’s Archbishop in 1580 and an official historical landmark. In December of 2008 six new suites were unveiled in a new house, Casa de Las Palmas. Because of its romantic elegance and reputation for service and privacy, Casa de Sierra Nevada attracts many celebrities who are vacationing or filming in town. Guests have included: Tim Burton, Sharon Stone, Robert de Niro, Antonio Banderas, Salma Hayek, Julio Iglesias, Harrison Ford, Johnny Depp, Melanie Griffith, the late Anthony Quinn, past President of Mexico Vicente Fox Quezada, Manuel Camacho Solís, film director José Zacarías, producer and actor Pedro Damian, and New Kids on the Block member Jonathan Knight.
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Mexico City-Benito Juarez International Airport (MEX)
May through October