San Miguel Allende Updates

Posted: February 21, 2015

Author: Jessica S.

Once selected by Condé Nast Traveler  as the number one city in the world, San Miguel Allende is ideally set in Mexico’s Colonial Heartland. The quaint UNESCO World Heritage City is a thriving center for art, culture, and history where the streets are composed of well-preserved buildings that have become home to various art institutions and galleries over the past 60 years while beautiful cathedrals and restaurants serve as the perfect backdrop for the many live music and arts events that visitors are likely to encounter.

With the destination growing in interest,  inquires of discerning travelers looking for  the most exclusive San Miguel de Allende experience are not uncommon and at Journey Mexico we pride ourselves in being able to offer exactly that.

We have sought out some of the area’s most unique experiences, which include a sacred Mayan Bath in nearby hot springs, a culinary journey cooking with local chefs, and a private visit to a boutique wine vineyard. We also have started offering villa rentals in San Miguel Allende to provide our guests with the privacy, exclusivity, and lavishness that they seek.

CASA CHORRO – This 7 bedroom villa offers incredible views of the surrounding town and countryside and boasts a stunning rooftop terrace and heated pool.

 

SONJOWASI – A third generation home, this 4 bedroom is a one of a kind property due to its centralized location. The villa is fully staffed and features open areas and a swimming pool.

 

CABALLERIZAS DRAGONES – This home dates back to 1671 and features four uniquely designed and furnished bedrooms with private baths that provide guests with comfort and privacy.

All of the private villas in our portfolio have been personally inspected and provide secluded luxury for the most discerning of travelers. To view all private villas in San Miguel Allende, click here. Also check out our post: Things To Do In San Miguel Allende and Wellness and Spa in San Miguel Allende.

 

 

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