Pueblo Bonito Vantage San Miguel de Allende will be the chain’s first urban property, following eight locations in the coastal resorts of Los Cabos and Mazatlán.
Traditions and exclusivity
Pueblo Bonito Vantage hotels will unite local traditions with exclusivity, technological comforts, singular experiences, and high-end service.
Designated by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site in 2008, San Miguel de Allende is renowned for its baroque Spanish architecture, thriving arts scene, culinary experiences, and cultural celebrations.
Pueblo Bonito Vantage San Miguel de Allende is being built in homage to the city’s architectural heritage while accentuating guest comfort. Its hacienda-style buildings will comprise 111 guestrooms and suites in one wing; and 45 privately-owned villas and multi-bedroom condominiums in another.
All rooms and residences, designed in a neo-colonial style, will feature terraces with views of the city’s historic downtown. The hotel also will offer banquet space for groups and a rooftop bar and terrace area for weddings and events.
Positioned as a luxury leader, the San Miguel de Allende property will feature a full-service spa, offering holistic care with facials, massages, and full-body treatments, single and double treatment rooms, a hydrothermal circuit area, and locker areas for men and women. Other facilities include a wellness centre, fitness centre, beauty salon, bridal suite, and retail shop.
Among the hotel’s dining options will be a LaFrida restaurant serving gourmet Mexican cuisine; the rooftop bar serving drinks, tapas, and snacks; and 24-hour room service.
In-room amenities will include L´Occitane bath amenities (Bulgari amenities in suites), plush bathrobes, a luxurious pillow menu, Nespresso coffee machine, electric kettle, and Bose Bluetooth speaker.
Alberto Coppel, CEO, Pueblo Bonito Resorts, said: “This is our first urban property, and we’re creating a totally different ambience for the Vantage brand.
“Guests will be immersed in elegance and a refined atmosphere, with a residential component and resort-style amenities.”