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Ihre Reisedaten

5 Stars   / 23 Rooms
Hidalgo # 69 Colonal Centro , 37700 San Miguel de Allende, Mexico
Hotel & Spa Doña Urraca San Miguel De Allende    
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General Information

Located in San Miguel De Allende, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, this hotel features an outdoor pool and spa. Every suite at the hotel offers free Wi-Fi and bathrobes. The Suites & Spa Doña Urraca San Miguel De Allende offer air conditioned suites. Select suites provide a seating area with coffee facilities. Guests are nearby La Parroquia (Church of St. Michael the Archangel). San Miguel De Allende Suites & Spa Dona Urraca is also nearby The Temple of the Nuns.

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Services

  • Conference
  • Room Service
  • Hair Dresser
  • Children Club
  • Disabled Facilities
  • Parking
  • Wireless Lan
  • Shuttle Bus
  • Concierge
  • Internet in Lobby
  • Restaurant
  • Express check out
  • Laundry Service

Room Services

  • No Smoking
  • Safe

Leisure Facilities

  • Wellness
  • GymFitness
  • Jacuzzi
  • Massage
  • Sauna
  • Pool
  • Park/Garden
  • Golf
  • Water Sports

Lodging Type

  • Family Hotel/Children
  • Boutique/Design

Credit Cards

  • American Express
  • Euro/Master Card
  • Visa
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San Miguel de Allende:

San Miguel de Allende is a city and municipality located in the far eastern part of the state of Guanajuato in central Mexico. It is 274 km from Mexico City and 97 km from the state capital of Guanajuato. Historically, the town is important as being the birthplace of Ignacio Allende, whose surname was added to the town’s name in 1826, as well as the first municipality declared independent of Spanish rule by the nascent insurgent army during the Mexican War of Independence. However, the town waned during and after the war, and at the beginning of the 20th century was in danger of becoming a ghost town. Its Baroque/Neoclassical colonial structures were "discovered" by foreign artists who moved in and began art and cultural institutes such as the Instituto Allende and the Escuela de Bellas Artes. This gave the town a reputation, attracting artists such as David Alfaro Siqueiros, who taught painting. This attracted foreign art students, especially former U.S. soldiers studying on the G.I. Bill after the Second World War. Since then, the town has attracted a very large number of foreign retirees, artists, writers and tourists, which is shifting the area’s economy from agriculture and industry to commerce catering to outside visitors and residents. The main attraction of the town is its well-preserved historic center, filled with buildings from the 17th and 18th centuries. This and the nearby Sanctuary of Atotonilco have been declared World Heritage Sites.

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