San Miguel de Allende is one of the communities in Guanajuato with the highest concentration of five-star hotels.
San Miguel de Allende attracts thousands of tourists each year from all over the world because of its vibrant tourist industry.
The state’s most opulent hotels, which can cost more than one thousand dollars per night, are located in this municipality.
One of these is the Hotel Rosewood San Miguel de Allende, whose 67 rooms and suites are said to “represent the rich colonial legacy and charming atmosphere of this cosmopolitan city where art and culture are found on every corner you stroll by.”
In this location, a colonial room with two beds may cost between 13,000 and 16,000 pesos per night.
“Offering luxurious lodging for a season in San Miguel de Allende, these warm yet roomy apartments reflect a beautifully designed hacienda. Each room has 570 square feet (53 m2) of space, a King or two Queen beds, and a gorgeous bathroom with a bathtub. The rooms also feature local art. The covered terrace is ideal for enjoying a cocktail while watching the sunset or gazing at the stars.
A luxury suite can cost between 22,000 pesos and 30,000 pesos approximately, with taxes included, while a luxury colonial room can cost between 14,000 and 18,000 pesos.
According to reports, the 60-square meter apartments are furnished in the typical San Miguel style, which is a fusion of Mexican and Spanish designs from the 16th century.
Additionally, the rooms contain stone fireplaces, wooden floors, and beamed ceilings. They feature a patio that is furnished and has lovely views of the hotel’s pathways and stunning grounds.
The colonial rooms are the simplest rooms in this hotel are furnished in a Spanish hacienda-style and measure 50 square meters.
The price of a room at the Belmond Casa de Sierra Nevada hotel is above 7,800 pesos, according to the Best Day travel web portal.
Two fine dining establishments at the hotel serve worldwide fare with Mexican delicacies. You will reportedly get an unmatched experience of the Art of Mexican Hospitality thanks to the spa service and heated outdoor pool.
Room service is available for a brief period of time. In the lobby, visitors can unwind in a peaceful environment while basking in the warmth of the fireplace. Security is present at the hotel for your comfort.
Prices for luxury rooms at the Hotel Matilda range from 9,000 to 20,000 pesos per night.
The latter is a classy and roomy suite with an iPod dock and a flat-screen cable TV. It also features luxurious linen and four-poster beds. A large deep soaking tub, walk-in rain shower, Pineda Covalin toiletries, bathrobe, and slippers are all included in the private bathroom.
San Miguel de Allende, which has a total of 69 five-star hotels, is the municipality in Guanajuato with the most of these establishments, followed by the capital, Guanajuato, which has 26.
There are nine five-star hotels in cities like León, two in Celaya, and two in Irapuato.
Guanajuato welcomed 4.7 million visitors in the first quarter of 2022, bringing in an estimated 9 billion pesos in an economic spill.
San Miguel de Allende hotelier Eduardo Bujaidar claims that five-star hotels sell an idea rather than a room.
He made the argument that the municipality’s hotel rooms are more expensive due to the specific visitor profile.
“You’re discussing a notion. You have to pay for the glitz. The mattresses and the water you use for bathing are the things there that are least valuable. In San Miguel de Allende, the surroundings and concept are what you get for your money rather than the actual room,” Eduardo Bujaidar said.
San Miguel Times