Rosewood San Miguel De Allende
What We Love
- Impressive views of San Miguel's famous cathedral, La Parroquia
- At 570 square feet, even the smallest guestroom is huge
- Stellar drinking and dining options, from traditional Mexican in 1826 to tapas on the rooftop
What To Know
- On a quiet residential street, but just a 10-minute walk from the hustle and bustle of San Miguel
- Though family-friendly, children aged 12 and under are permitted in Colonial Double Suites only
- The award-winning restaurant and rooftop bar is popular with expats
- Free WiFi
- Handicap Accessible
- Kids Club
- Parking On Site
- Room Service
On a 13-acre property, the Rosewood San Miguel takes its architectural cues from traditional Mexican haciendas. There’s a central courtyard, arched doorways and stone paths that lead to a tequila bar, lavender scented gardens and tiered swimming pools where butlers anticipate your desires before you do. Refreshing towelette? Kiwitini? Si, como no.
Bed and Bath
Wooden floors and beam ceilings stand out against creamy walls and delicate bedspreads in the 67 guestrooms, each of which contains a mix of 16th-century Mexican and Spanish colonial pieces, from handcrafted wooden armoires to stone hearths and locally made mirrors. Most rooms have balconies, while suites open to private terraces. Bathrooms are all individually designed, with a mix of deep soaking tubs in cozy alcoves, double sinks and marble tiles.
Signature treatments at Sense Spa focus on local healing traditions and indigenous ingredients, such as a molé spice and cocoa scrub to help increase circulation. Dine on reinvented traditional Mexican dishes (the crispy corn empanada with shredded chicken and Oaxaca cheese is a delight) at 1826 Restaurant. Come sunset head to Luna, the alfresco rooftop bar overlooking the cathedral where the mixologist will pour you the best margarita (no, really) you’ll ever taste.
How to Get There
I recommend this hotel often - but only for weekday stays. It is very popular can be quite crowded on the weekends. Also, the rooftop bar is great, but they do allow smoking and children who run around wildly, so I personally avoid it on the weekends.
A very large property. Super clean. Sterile feeling. The staff does not make you feel welcome and they are not service oriented. It’s not a good vibe. When I asked the hostess if I could have a cup of coffee on the patio adjacent to the restaurant, I was abruptly told it was an impossibility, that the patio can only be used by guests on the weekend. Really? There were people eating out there later that morning. This facade of a grand hotel feels more like a Disneyland property than a Rosewood Resort. I had such high hopes, but was happy to check out. Maybe this place is only interested in big events and weddings.
Great hotel with great service. I thought I had gone back in time because you don’t see this service anymore. The grounds were beautiful & the Sunday brunch was amazing & very well priced. I would go back tomorrow!!!
The Rosewood is probably the most expensive, upscale property in SMA. Even if not staying here treat yourself to a drink from the rooftop bar. That said, the local ex-pat community does their drinking at Hank’s.
Beautiful hotel and gardens we went for cocktails on the roof and the sunset it was well worth the visit. The food was okay a simple glass of house wine was toxic ..280 pesos . Would go again but order one of their fruit drinks