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San Miguel de Allende, MexicoEnter your email address and zip code for pricing and availability
Why Stay At Hotel Matilda
In San Miguel de Allende, a historic Mexican town known for colonial streets, this hotel stands out for its modern architecture, minimalist interiors, and an impressive art collection that includes works by Mexican artists Bosco Sodi, Aldo Chaparro, and Nacho Rodriguez.
Hotel Matilda, which opened this past September along one of San Miguel de Allende's cobblestoned streets, stands out for its sleek white exterior and modern décor. Guest rooms are comfortable and contemporary (floor-to-ceiling windows, striking, industrial-style sliding wood doors), and local materials, such as Mexican calcutta marble floors, were incorporated whenever possible. Most rooms also have a patio or terrace with unparalleled views of downtown. The courtyard, with manicured gardens growing native plants, has an infinity pool, while the 4,700-square-foot spa is home to the city's only hammam. Don't miss the impressive collection of local art (including prints by Mexico City photographer Eduardo Zaylan) and a stop at the hotel restaurant, which relies on a local organic garden for its seasonal produce (case in point, the signature pork chops served with stone-ground grits and a jalapeño and caramelized onion relish).Aldama 53, San Miguel de Allende, Guanajuato, Mexico
Hotel FeaturesBack to Top Property Amenities
- Eco-Friendly Practices
- Infinity Pool
- Spa on Property
- Pet Amenities
- Art Pieces
- Flat-Panel Televisions
- Luxurious Linens
- Luxury Bath Amenities
- Marble Floors
- iPod Docks
- 2-person occupancy
- American breakfast for 2 each morning
- Welcome drink
Wellness Find: Balneario Escondido Place. Stop by for a dip in the area's famed hot springs. The thermal pools are filled with sulfurous waters that reach up to 104 degrees. Carretera San Miguel Allende. Read More
Great Lunching: La Burger Grab a table at this new casual lunch spot for great burgers and cerveza. Carretera San Miguel de Allende. Read More
City Concerts: Parroquia San Miguel. Saturday evenings at 9PM, travelers and locals gather outside of Parroquia San Miguel (on the south side of El Jardín) to watch a light show projected onto the cathedral's exterior and set to an orchestral score.
Why Go Now
June 12, 2011
Dia de los Locos
Dress up in silly costumes and celebrate "the day of the crazy people" with parades, music and candy-throwing in the streets.
July 22, 2011 - July 31, 2011
14th Annual Guanajuato International Film Festival
Since 1997, this annual festival receives over 2,400 films from more than 90 participating countries in its international competition.
July 29, 2011 - August 14, 2011
Presented by internationally acclaimed chamber music ensembles, the 2011 festival theme is "Isn't It Romantic?"
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San Miguel de Allende Today
"Since the 1930's, expatriates have moved to San Miguel de Allende to reinvent their lives. But even as the city changes and grows, John Davidson discovers, its spirit prevails..."