IImpressive six-room mansion hidden in the heart of San Miguel de Allende, built in the 18th century and inhabited by the bishop of that time who ordered to paint the biblical fresco that runs through the main courtyard, is a magical journey for the senses in time.
Our 6 rooms (suites and luxury rooms) have the highest quality in bed and bath linen, the amenities are Bvlgari and were designed under a very high-level aesthetic interior design that combines unique antiques with works of art contemporary from various parts of the world.
At the top, walking through a beautiful garden dedicated to the poet Federico García Lorca, there is the impressive OLIVIA BAR terrace. Delicious space to enjoy the cocktails of the house, admiring among its exuberant gardening, the domes and the unforgettable sunsets of San Miguel.
Starting in 2017, Casa No Name is transformed into an intimate and elegant boutique hotel, nowadays a World Heritage site by Unesco.
WITH A HISTORY
Throughout its history, Casa No Name was home to renowned artist and fashion photographer, Deborah Turbeville, who made it her Home-Atelier and received great personalities from that era, making her famous in a photo book shortly before her death.