Rooms & Suites: 23
Alamos is one of Mexico's most precious towns with 17th-century, Spanish Colonial architecture, it is a National Historic Monument.
Nestled in the foothills of the Sierra Madre, midway between the beautiful beaches of San Carlos and the incredible Copper Canyon, little has changed over the years. The mellow, old Spanish colonial town of Alamos is set in the foothills of the Sierra Madres. Its grand old mansions, built in Andalusian style, date to the late 17th century, heyday of the local silver mines. At the Hacienda de los Santos you enjoy the facilities of an ultra-deluxe hotel while feeling like a guest of the family. After a 15-year renovation, a collection of three Spanish Colonial Mansions including the town's sugar mill are impressively connected with stone walkways, brick passageways, tunnels and footbridges set amidst six lushly landscaped acres. A vast array of original artwork, antiques, Spanish Colonial art including santos, retablos and ex-votos meticulously grace the estates and add to the magical ambience. Thus, the name was created - Hacienda de los Santos (House of the Saints). Today, 25 guestrooms, suites, villas, La Dulce Vida Spa, dining rooms, cantina, four pools, fitness center, business center, and more are offered at the resort.
Culture, Romantic Getaway, Spa & Wellness, Wedding
Ciudad Obregon International Airport (CEN)
75 miles/90 minutes
November through April