La Valise San Miguel De Allende
Set in the colonial-style San Miguel de Allende, fast becoming one of Mexico’s most desirable destinations, La Valise marries old-world elegance with contemporary design. Classic architecture hides the oases within, including six handsome suites and an enviable rooftop. Its polychromatic spaces highlight Mexican craft and Aztec symbolism, as well as the incredible surrealist art of Pedro Friedeberg, which is embedded into many of its walls.Check availability
- 6 well-appointed rooms and suites. Each room hosts a distinct atmosphere layered with the many lives of the building, as well as the city’s unique history. Also with free WiFi, Apple TV, Bluetooth speaker, individually controlled air conditioning, hair dryer, safe, minibar, free bottled water, free daily pastries, Nespresso machine, tea-making facilities, Loredana toiletries.
- There are cozy common areas, including a luxurious courtyard garden and spacious living room.
Wine & Dine
- There is no hotel restaurant, but breakfast is served in the pretty courtyard or your room.
- For restaurant recommendations head over to our Local Guide.
- Make yourself at home: wear whatever you like.
- Rates start at USD. 400 per night including tax.
- The hotel is in the historic city of San Miguel de Allende, and the UNESCO-rated center is right on your doorstep. A kaleidoscope of color, we love San Miguel for its cobblestone streets and Baroque buildings, its lively markets and shady parks, as well as its historic cathedrals and inventive cuisine. It also has a buzzing wine scene, hosts cultural festivals, and plenty of must-visit galleries.
What to See
- People from all over the world come to San Miguel to walk, dine, have fun, and immerse themselves in its art and artisanry. Walk among its restaurants, boutiques, concept stores, and galleries and marvel at its cosmopolitan and picturesque vibe.
- Facrica La Aurora: A neighborhood with a large concentration of galleries and shops.
- Distrito Soma: A must-visit space where restaurants, galleries, and design shops come together. Espacio Curander: Opened in 2021, this gallery is run by two mural artists located in downtown San Miguel.
- Casa 10: An art gallery space in Hacienda la Aurora offering original art from both established and emerging artists from Mexico City and the Netherlands. Its temporary exhibitions last three months, in collaboration with musicians, chefs, mixologists, and dancers, among others, to create multi-sensory experiences.
- The hotel offers various intimate experiences and thoughtfully curated expeditions, by land and air, which are led by local guides.
Where to Eat
- Antonio Bistro SMA: This spot has the best terrace in town — order the Galician shrimp with chorizo.
- Mercado Ignacio Ramirez: The famed food market named after Mexican poet Ignacio Ramirez.
- Panina: A sun-filled bakery open from Wednesday to Sunday. The small batch-baked treats are the best in town, but you’ll have to arrive early if you want to snag one. By midday, Panina’s coveted everything bagels, sourdough loaves, and specialty pastries are often sold out.
- Raices: A traditional Mexican breakfast and lunch spot, open every day except Tuesday.
When to Go
- The best time to visit San Miguel is from November until April. Though San Miguel's climate doesn't vary too much throughout the year, this period sees the least rainfall.
How to Get There
- Nearest airports: Guanajuato International (1.5 hours); Mexico City International Airport (3 hours).