January 4, 2018 for 3 nights for 2 adults.
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Belmond Casa de Sierra Nevada in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico
The courtyard gardens of Belmond Casa de Sierra Nevada provide a leafy respite from the colors, scents and sounds of San Miguel de Allende. Here there is tranquility befitting the cloistral surroundings – some of the intricate stonework dates from the 1400s, and individually designed rooms are reminiscent of Old Mexico. Talavera-tiled bathrooms, copper sinks and stucco walls adorned with original art create a homey ambiance, and the quarry stone fireplace is the perfect place to enjoy an evening glass of wine.
Let Mexico’s prettiest city enchant you: Take a morning stroll down cobblestoned streets past cathedrals and architecture dating from pre-Hispanic days. Learn why San Miguel is a UNESCO World Heritage Site through unexpected detours. Stop for coffee at a sidewalk cafť in the shade. Taste a crispy, powdered sugar-covered tumbagone dessert. Return to the hotel for a siesta in a poolside lounger.
Location of Belmond Casa de Sierra Nevada
Nearest Airport: BJX
Amenities for Belmond Casa de Sierra Nevada
- General Information
- 31 Guest Rooms
- Outdoor Dining
- Private Dining
- 2 Restaurants
- 2 Bars
- Room Service
- Spa Cuisine
- On-Site Amenities
- Spa on Property
- Laundry Service
- Butler Service
- Multilingual Staff
- Art Collection
- Outdoor Pool
- Rooftop Terrace
- In-Room Amenities
- Turndown Service
- Direct Dial Telephones
- DVD Players
- Hair Dryers
- In-Room Safes
- Mini Bar
- Luxury Bath Amenities
- Cooking Classes
- Art Classes
- Meeting Rooms
- Historic Sites
- Art Galleries
- Culture & Arts
Reviews for Belmond Casa de Sierra Nevada
I read many reviews online about the best Casas to stay in, and unfortunately, I did not heed the advice. I booked the night before, without making a specific Casa request, and I ended up in Casa Parque. This is not a bad place to stay, as it's right next to the beautiful Benito Ju√•rez Park, and in the same location where all meals were served. What I didn't love was that my Superior Room had no charm. It was just a room. Two beds, closet, fireplace and a mirror. There was also a faux mini-bar area, and I say 'faux' because the mini-fridge was sealed shut. What I learned upon departure was that Casa Parque was just remodeled and all the artwork and decor had arrived after I checked-in. So if I choose to stay there again, it would be a different experience. (One would hope!) Best selling points? The staff and food. Andres and Octavio at reception were friendly, warm and helpful. Angeles and Rafael in dining always had a smile and were equally warm and attentive. Since I was a few steps from dining, I had most of my meals there, and I was often the only guest! Nothing disappointed me, and the prices were very fair. All in all, I would return. And I look forward to experiencing another Casa!
LisaEaseTravels - United States
Casa de Sierra Nevada is in the perfect location for a first visit to this charming neo-colonial Mexican town as it is a short walk to the main Plaza Allende Garden and the Majestic Church across the street. Although I was with a group , I was traveling solo and safety is a main concern always. I felt totally safe at this hotel because I felt that the staff was always watching out for me. When I arrived to my absolutely fabulous room on the first floor of a courtyard, I noticed tat the window in the bathroom was not locked; staff took care of that immediately! The room had a huge bed with a note asking what softness of pillow I would like. Unfortunately it never got cold enough to like the lovely fireplace. The hand crafted tile shower was huge and always hot water. BTW there was always bottled water for drinking in my room. French doors leading to a semi-private courtyard had heavy draperies to close to keep out light and if other guest passed. One morning I decided to walk to the restaurant for my breakfast as I was told it was two blocks away or I could take their shuttle. As I was wearing sandles on a cobblestone street, it took me a long time plus I stopped to buy flowers from a street vender. Before I reached my destination, a staff member from the hotel showed up to see if I had gotten lost!!! What I like the least was the traffic on the street outside my Casa; twice a day, morning and evening rush ours it was ver heavy and the sidewalks are very narrow. However any sounds from the street were never heard in my courtyard or room.I can't wait to return to Room #484
Solo-Traveler-2008 - Traverse City Michigan
You know how it is when you've been traveling on two planes and through two time zones, and then you drive 90 minutes to your hotel, and all you want is to check-in? Right. So save your paperwork. When we got to Casa de Sierra Nevada we were told that the junior suite we reserved would not be available until the next day and that only one room was available. It was, of course, not as nice as what we had reserved. Here's where the paperwork comes in. "No," we said, "we do not want to change rooms tomorrow." We went back and forth and back and forth and .... We never raised our voices. We just insisted. Politely. And we continued to show our paperwork that clearly listed the guaranteed room. Finally it turned out that there was one other room available. It wasn't cleaned yet (at 3:30pm) but if we waited we could have this other -- nicer -- room for the entire stay. We waited (about an hour) and were delighted to move into room 443. And that's when this could be a five-star review. Here are my tips: 1. Save your paperwork 2. Try to book into 443. It's terrific. 3. Try to book a breakfast package. The breakfasts are wonderful and huge. 4. Enjoy yourself. It's easy.
CDinDC20009 - Washington DC, District of Columbia
Just spent the weekend in San MIguel de Allende in Mexico. Our first night was a a quaint hotel that was unfortunately very dirty and unkept. We were fortunate to get a room for Saturday at the Casa Sierra Nevada, which was our first choice anyways but they had no room, and once again perfection. Where to start. The hotel is beautiful. A collection of colonial homes near each other, each one with a different flavor. Our suite in the Casa LImones was recently redone and really quite perfect. A king size bed with beautiful linens, a fantastic bathroom with a wonderful shower and even better tub, and a nice sized living room with an outdoor patio made it as comfortable as can be. Service, what can I say just perfect. Everyone knows your name and is attentive and just waiting to serve. The food delicious! Even though the main restaurant is under renovations, the kitchen at the house on the Park is really as goos a it gets and breakfast was the highlight of our day. This is in my opinion the best hotel in Mexico and has been so for many years which speaks to the wonderful staff and management. Just Perfect!
aphillips61 - Mexico City, Mexico
I have been wanting to visit San Miguel de Allende for years, and specifically stay at Casa de Sierra Nevada after a travel agent recommended it to me. The city and the hotel totally met my expectations when my husband and I visited with family over Thanksgiving last November. I loved how unique the hotel was, spread across different buildings with no two rooms alike. Our room had a separate sitting area with a fireplace, bathroom and a bedroom with another fireplace. Although the weather was pleasant during the day, it was so nice to have a fire at night. We had dinner our first night at Andanza and everything we had was delicious. San Miguel de Allende is an amazing town for eating, and while we had great meals out at other restaurants, we all agreed our meal at Andanza was the best and wish we had had a chance to eat there again. Breakfast at the hotel was just as good. We also took a Saz√≥n cooking school class which was so fun and we got to make more great food. Overall we really enjoyed our stay at Casa de Sierra Nevada. It's a beautiful and unique hotel, located in the perfect spot to explore the city.
SanFrancisco_CABella - San Francisco, CA