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  • Art Kramer | October 25, 2016 10:00 AM ET

    Tesoros Hotels and Restaurants: Promoting the Richness of Mexican Culture

    Tesoros Hotels and Restaurants: Promoting the Richness of Mexican Culture

    Photo courtesy of the Guanajuato Tourism Board

    Guanajuato state has a historical legacy as valuable as its diverse and rich natural geography. These innate conditions have facilitated the harmonious development of a tourist destination with great potential and attractiveness, allowing a flourishing tourism with personality, based on quality. Hotels and restaurants are excellent facilities that demonstrate professionalism in service, capable of meeting the requirements of national and international tourists. Tesoros hotels and restaurants work toward encouraging excellence with high-quality service, stunning architecture and exquisite cuisine that reflects and promotes the richness of Mexican culture.

    Tesoros hotels and restaurants consistently exceed standards of excellence in their facilities, equipment, service and management. These establishments care to the last detail, making sure spaces provide comfort, character, authenticity and an all-around pleasant experience.

    In fact, this marks the fifth year Prestige Guide declared that the company’s 10 hotels and four restaurants met its standards for quality.  

    HOTELS

    Hotel Quinta Las Acacias

    Boutique Hotel

    Uniting European classicism and Mexican tradition with harmonious results is not an easy task. Quinta Las Acacias transports French style and refined details of the 19th century to its lounges and guest rooms, among many other areas, all the while blending with local tastes and traditions.

    Hotel Villa Maria Cristina                                                                                                                                

    Boutique Hotel

    One of the most exclusive customized hotels in Mexico and the first in Guanajuato. This hotel offers guests an oasis of tranquility and elegance.

    Alonso 10 Hotel Boutique & Arte

    Hotel

    Located in the city of Guanajuato's historic downtown in a beautiful home built in colonial times (late 18th century) and remodeled in 2010. It is decorated in baroque colonial style.

    Belmond Casa de Sierra Nevada

    Hotel

    In the heart of San Miguel, Belmond Casa de Sierra Nevada is a combination of colonial buildings from the 16th and 17th centuries whose mansions contain 37 unique rooms, many with patios and private entrances. Stone walls, a cupola, wood accents, talavera tile bathrooms and polished copper sinks and fireplaces express its rich architecture.

    Hacienda El Santuario Hotel Boutique

    Hotel

    Housed in a beautiful historic mansion, this exclusive hotel is located in the historic downtown of San Miguel de Allende, a few blocks from the main square.

    Rosewood San Miguel de Allende

    Hotel and Residences

    Rosewood San Miguel de Allende represents a new level of elegance with the sophistication and serenity of the city. Its complex includes 67 rooms beautifully decorated with luxurious accessories such as fireplaces, balconies and private outdoor terraces.

    Other Accolades

    Recently, Virtuoso, an international network of luxury travel, gave first place to the Rosewood San Miguel de Allende hotel in the “Best Family Program” award category.

    Rosewood San Miguel de Allende was elected among 1,200 hotels as one of the best in the world and was the only one in Mexico to win in this category. With this recognition, as Alfredo Renteria, Director of Rosewood San Miguel de Allende said, “The name of Mexico and San Miguel de Allende (has been) elevated for tourism, [showing our] big capabilities in the luxury market.”

    Click here to find more about the hotels.

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    RESTAURANTS

    1826

    Inside the exclusive Rosewood Hotel, also a member of “Tesoros,” is gastronomic paradise 1826, whose name commemorates the year that San Miguel el Grande adopted the name of the hero of the Independence of Mexico Ignacio de Allende. Dine al fresco in the gardens surrounding the house or in the elegant dining room, which contains an open kitchen with chefs preparing exquisite Mexican cuisine made with organic products from the region.

    Teresita

    The sophisticated cuisine of Villa Maria Cristina Hotel is set in a refined space. By the fireplace and balconies that open to the street, chef Mauricio Navarro Spamer creates contemporary Mexican dishes accompanied by exclusive wines from the major wine regions of the world with subtle and careful service. In the anteroom awaits his bar, with a wide variety of snacks, ports and sherries, whiskeys, cognacs and an exquisite collection of tequilas.

    Andanza

    Andanza, named for Casa de Sierra Nevada, is an elegant gourmet restaurant with touches of international inspiration and the best Mexican cuisine with seasonal local produce. Andanza is refinement in a few different dining places: the courtyard, the wine cellar, the art room and a private dining room.

    Click here to find more about the restaurants.

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Art Kramer Guanajuato Explorer

Art is a veteran travel writer.