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Monday, December 20, 2010

Featured hotel: Casa de Sierra Nevada in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico

A few blocks from the cathedral and main city square of San Miguel de Allende, the boutique hotel of Casa De Sierra Nevada is a mixture of 16th to 18th century Spanish colonial buildings. Its 37-rooms and suites are spread amongst nine Colonial mansions, including: Casa del Parque, a fort in the 17th century and then a customs house catering to the silver trade; and Casa Principal, the former residence of San Miguel de Allende’s Archbishop in 1580 and an official historical landmark.

Each casa, which features two to six guest rooms or suites, is unique. Many feature outdoor courtyards with fountains, small gardens and al fresco corridors that create a true residential feel. Centuries old architecture and individually designed buildings and guest rooms combined with award winning service are just some of the reasons that Casa de Sierra Nevada was named as one of the “Top 10 hotels in all of Mexico and Central America” in Condé Nast Travelers’ World’s Best Awards and Travel + Leisure magazines coveted T+L 500.

Ask your FROSCH travel agent about the exclusive amenities and special rates we offer at this unique hotel.  

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