San Miguel Allende, Mexico. It’s a place of incredible, well-preserved Colonial and Spanish architecture and its appreciation of the arts.
Civil and religious buildings are in the Mexican Baroque style while the tallest building in the city, the Parroquia de San Miguel Archangel dazzles with a pink limestone façade. It’s a haven for ex-pats and those seeking a more relaxed way of life.
Hotel Matilda celebrates the contemporary Latin art scene. Guests are immersed in relaxed and sophisticated yet comfortable accommodations, international gourmet dining, personalized spa experiences and a dynamic art scene.
Hotel Matilda is the home to a private and important collection of contemporary Latin art including work by Angelo Musco, Spencer Tunick, Diego Rivera, Bosco Sodi, Luis Barba, Victor Rodriguez, Betsabee Romero, Daniela Edburg, Aldo Chaparro, and Nacho Rodriguez among others which festoon public areas.
Entering Hotel Matilda, guests step from 500-year-old cobblestone streets into the 21st century – from the colonial past into a sophisticated contemporary ambiance where guests live the lifestyle of today.
San Miguel Times