The Palm Springs Sister Cities Board recently embarked on a journey to the city of San Miguel de Allende, forging cultural connections and fostering a sense of global camaraderie.
During this remarkable visit, the delegation was graciously hosted at a selection of exquisite restaurants and hotels, which served as gateways to the heart and soul of San Miguel de Allende's captivating identity. These venues not only provided a comfortable and immersive stay, but also afforded the Palm Springs delegation an authentic glimpse into the rich tapestry of Mexican culture, hospitality, and cuisine.
These venues meet the standards as expected by the residents and visitors to Palm Springs, and are personally recommended by PSSC in recognition of their excellence in hospitality, uniqueness, and design.
Visiting San Miguel de Allende
Hotels & Resorts
Rosewood San Miguel de Allende
Cradled in Mexico’s central highlands, Rosewood San Miguel de Allende expresses the rich heritage and enchanting cosmopolitan spirit of Guanajuato’s famed art-centric colonial city.
Casa Hoyos Hotel Boutique
Being faithful to the genuine bohemian air that characterizes the city, Mexican designers and artisans captured its essence through materials, colors and textures where every detail is cared with passion and each space deserves to be discovered.
Amatte San Miguel de Allende
Amate, a Nahuatl word that evokes the idea of "Nest", turns Amatte into "El Refugio del Buen Nido" (The Refuge of the Good Nest). This exquisite sanctuary nestled on a hill, in the heart of San Miguel de Allende, weaves a magical bond between all its elements.
Restaurants & Cafes
Rooftop at Amatte
Experience a sensory journey through the different areas, you will find the exquisite Hacman's restaurant, the 5 mixology and oyster bars, a vegetable garden, plants and flowers and the Amatte SPA circuit.
Rosewood Luna Rooftop Tapas Bar
Exceptional cuisine, stunning views, and a casual, inviting atmosphere that converge to create an unforgettable dining experience in the heart of San Miguel de Allende.
Museo La Esquina
La Esquina, Museo del Juguete Popular Mexicano, is one of the museums in Latin America that specializes in permanently exhibiting a collection made up of more than 3,500 original works acquired over six decades.
Santuario de Atotonilco
The importance of the Sanctuary was reflected on July 8, 2008, when Unesco included the Sanctuary on the list of World Heritage Sites. According to Unesco: "Its architecture and decoration testify to the influence of the doctrine of Saint Ignatius of Loyola."
These venues meet the standards as expected by the residents and visitors to San Miguel de Allende and are personally recommended by PSSC in recognition of their excellence in hospitality, uniqueness, and design.