San Miguel de Allende Vacation Rentals and Boutique Hotels

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Hotel in San Miguel de Allende
Casa Quetzal Hotel
sleep Sleeps 26 in 10 bedrooms
This is a favorite boutique hotel for many and has incredibly friendly staff who make you feel right at home. Order a delicious cocktail of your choice whilst relaxing in the fabulous Jacuzzi.
Amenity: Pet Friendly, Views, Internet Access
RATES
MXN 990 – 3150
Per Night
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Vacation Home in San Miguel de Allende
Casa Feliz
sleep Sleeps 8 in 4 bedrooms
This beautifully furnished and truly charming townhouse comes complete with traditional fireplace and includes a roof-top garden that offers fantastic 360-degree views of the beautiful surrounding hills.
Amenity: Wood Fireplace, Internet Access
RATES
USD 130 – 225
Per Night
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Vacation Home in San Miguel de Allende
Casa Chepito
sleep Sleeps 6 in 2 bedrooms
This picturesque home is located in the centre of historical hill town, offers gorgeous sweeping views and is just minutes away from more than 800 miles of some of the best mountain biking trails in Mexico.
Amenity: Pet Friendly, Views, Internet Access
RATES
USD 70 – 95
Per Night
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San Miguel de Allende Vacations: Things to see while on vacation in San Miguel de Allende Guanajuato


San Miguel de Allende is town that is noted for its history and culture. The historic colonial buildings and history that dates back for over 250 years. The town was originally a mission and military outpost during the 1500s and then during the 1800's several of its citizens were active participants during the Mexican War of Independence from Spain. Some of the historical buildings include the home of Ignacio Allende, built in 1759, who was a strong supporter of the Mexican War of Independence from Spain. Another building is the 17th century church, La Parroquia de San Miguel Arcángel and its gothic facade. Over the centuries, the town then seemed to lose some of it's momentum and it became a sleepy village. The proximity of the town to the USA border and it historical colonial architecture brought in a new group of citizens. It was during the 1930's that the town started regaining some of its luster. Stirling Dickinson an American, fell in love with the village and founded the Escuela Universitaria de Bellas Artes, and helped transform the village into an artist haven, which helped attract artists and writers and retirees to the village.