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A gem in the heart of San Miguel de Allende, one of Mexico’s most alluring colonial cities, Hacienda Santuario brims with atmosphere. Adorned with hundreds of items of folk art, vibrant fabrics and artefacts, this intimate boutique hotel is unmistakably Mexican in flavour. With around 30 guest rooms, a restaurant, picturesque patio gardens and terraces alive with bourgainvillea, it’s an inviting retreat to watch the world go by between exploring timeless cobblestone streets and art galleries. Hacienda El Santuario has been praised in Condé Nast Traveller as one of the top 10 best hotels in Mexico.

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What our clients say

  • A spectacular location with plenty to do and one could easily spend two nights. Rooms excellent, food cold but adequate on the one occasion.

    CS, Lymington
  • Well-placed in the Sacred Valley, a beautiful place to stay: for its owners an ecological and artistic project, in a compound with gardens, lodges, restaurants and other amenities. A place…

    BC, London
  • The trip was very well organised and a great introduction to Cuba. We found that the time in Trinidad was probably a bit longer than needed, but would recommend that…

    ER, Richmond
  • Good room, pool and food. Ideally placed across from beach to watch surfing! Puerto Viejo town a bit far to walk to at night as no pavements and crazy drivers…

    JW Crowborough
  • The Golfe de Fonseca and the Perquin day were very memorable.We felt very spoilt as we never met other tourists

    PF, Shaftesbury
  • Fab hotel with best breakfasts of the trip!

    DH, London
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Our Expert's Opinion

Centrally located yet peaceful and relaxing. I’d recommend being based here for a few days here to mix relaxation with day trips to other cities such as Guanajuato.

Kathryn
Kathryn Rhodes Travel Expert Kathryn backpacked across Argentina, Chile, Bolivia and Peru before joining us. She has a degree in Philosophy and French and is a keen netball player.

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    Kathryn Rhodes - Travel Expert

    Kathryn backpacked across Argentina, Chile, Bolivia and Peru before joining us. She has a degree in Philosophy and French and is a keen netball player.

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    Hannah had an early introduction to Latin America when her family moved to Ecuador and she returned to study in Buenos Aires for a year before backpacking across the continent.

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    A globetrotter since her childhood, Alex spent a year studying abroad in Guadalajara and has returned to Latin America countless times since then.

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