|A cobble-stoned promenade lined with statuesque Royal Palms leads you to the 16th century magnificent Hacienda named San Gabriel. The main building was constructed in 1529 under the orders of Hernan Cortes. The stone walls which support immense barrel vaults have been painstakingly and meticulously restored over the years to give each corner an atmosphere of serenity. In Colonial times it was a Franciscan Monastery, after the war of Independence it became the largest sugar plantation and sugar refinery in Mexico. Recently it has been converted into one of the most exclusive hotels in the world. But, much more than a hotel, it is the residence of refined Mexican taste where you will feel more comfortable than at home.|
Standard Rooms $2568 pesos per night:
Amate | Tabachin | Vitral | Campanario | Valentina
Nightly rates listed do not include tax and are based on single or double occupancy.
Weekends have a 2 night minimum (Friday & Saturday nights).
Rates subject to change.