You’ve likely heard of San Miguel de Allende — the destination was named by Travel + Leisure as the “#1 City to Visit in the World.” Known for baroque Spanish architecture (specifically, the dramatic pink towers of the Parroquia de San Miguel Arcángel, a gothic church in the town’s center), it’s no wonder this beautiful locale is gaining popularity among travelers.
Just 15 minutes out of town is Casa Adela, the region’s new boutique hotel. The countryside sanctuary is designed to complement the natural wonder of the region. The artful interiors seamlessly transition to the sweeping panoramic mountain views. The grounds feature citrus orchards, olive trees, herb gardens, and a centralized swimming pool fed by a natural thermal spring.
The hotel’s hacienda was originally designed as a private residence by artist John Houshmand and architect David Howell. There are seven gorgeous guest rooms, each with a rustic elegance and luxurious amenities — Belgian linens, artisanal turndowns, complimentary traditional Mexican breakfast, fresh, locally-inspired cuisine, an honor bar featuring a selection of premium wines and spirits, onsite spa treatments, and yoga. “The tonal color scheme and polished concrete walls frame panoramic mountain ranges through floor-to-ceiling windows, allowing travelers to indulge in the beauty of the countryside within close proximity to vibrant downtown San Miguel,” Eric Meyer, founder of Casa Adela’s and the hospitality development company, Mclean Meyer, said in a press release.
Casa Adela is now available for booking starting at $189 USD.