Hacienda Sepulveda Hotel & SPA
What We Love
- The step-back-in-time historic details like vaulted brick ceilings and natural stone walls
- The pared-back beauty of the guest rooms
- Massages in the atmospheric, candle-lit spa
- The chance to explore Jalisco, Mexico’s tequila capital
What To Know
- The hacienda is situated in the countryside, half an hour outside Leon
- In this part of Mexico winter nights get chilly
- WiFi is free in public areas
- Valet parking onsite is free
- The hacienda was renovated in 2010
- Free WiFi
- Parking On Site
- Room Service
A working ranch for 360 years, Hacienda Sepulveda is a magnificent example of Mexico’s once-ubiquitous haciendas, with their Spanish Colonial architecture and sprawling grounds. All 23 rooms are stylishly fitted out with snowy linens, 18th century antiques, and thoughtful touches like fireplaces or wood-burning stoves. There’s a beautiful swimming pool surrounded by classic columns and a spa with massage beds in an atmospheric natural stone room. In keeping with its rural setting, there are hiking, biking, and horse-riding trails on property.
In the Area
The hacienda is well located for day trips to some of Mexico’s most famed colonial cities—Guanajuato, San Miguel de Allende, and the silver mining town of Zacatecas. But if you’re keen to explore closer to home, join a 4-5 hour tour of the surrounding haciendas on horseback with Las Haciendas Horseback Riding. In nearby Leon, explore the magnificent Templo Expiatorio, a Gothic cathedral with catacombs, then head to El Rincon Gaucho for cowboy-inspired dishes like hearty wood-grilled steaks.
How to Get There
We were at the Hacienda one night only, on the way from Guanajuato to Guadalajara. Excellents rooms and facilities. Typicaly mexican designed atmosphere. Hacienda was stablish by a spanish family early 16th. century. Good restaurant and excellent service. Horse back ryding. Bycicles. Nice gardens sourrauding all the Hacienda.
The ambiance and the food make a perfect ambiance in addition to the fact that the hacienda has a perfect location. Dinner itself is a little pricey if compared to local places but if you are looking for a more premium dinner with a classic Mexican menu and great wine selection domestic and international this is the place.
My wife and Me were so exited to visit this hotel.
It is not a cheap hotel, we paid 2,000 per night, we got a nice looking room, but nothing works!!! First the TV, they send a guy to fix it, after some time it was fixed, then there was no hot water in the shower, we call one more time to reception, they sent a plumber at 9:00pm to fixed it, the experience is to share my room with the maintenance guys!!! What a romantic getaway!!!
Terrible experience, terrible actitudes of the people from front desk. They refuse to change the room.
Safe, beautiful, unique.
Great experience, great service and great food. We did the Horse tour and the Cowboys are really professionals, the surroundings are very typical of the area and the food is what you expect of this type of places. Ask for the "Pacholas" as the main course.
We were very disappointed, the room is completely different as on the website. Less charming, a bit tacky, the crosses has disappeared. We have choiced Medialuna and were very upset to not recognize the room we have paid for.
The dinner was very noisy because of musical band just next to us, playing bad and loud.
The hacienda is perfect for old, cheesy, corny, lazy people.
This is really a shame, this place could be amasing with a bit of taste and professionalism, and less sham...