Hyatt Just Opened Its First Hotel in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico
Hyatt Hotels is opening its first hotel in the charming Mexican city of San Miguel de Allende.
The new NUMU Boutique Hotel is the first Hyatt-branded hotel in the city, part of the company’s Unbound Collection by Hyatt brand.
The new hotel is set in the beloved centuries-old city, known for its position as one of Mexico’s “Pueblos Magicos,” or “magical towns.”
The hotel, designed by Mexico’s Artigas Arquitectos, has 44 rooms, including four suites.
Amenities include the Nubye Spa and a pair of restaurants: the gourmet, vegetarian-friendly El Fogon de Don Enrique, and the rooftop restaurant called Maura, mesa de sal [sic]. The focuses on the cuisine of southeastern Mexico, with a strong cocktail menu and 360-degree views of the city.
There is also a bar, El Caminero, a lobby lounge.
“It’s truly a remarkable feeling to officially open our doors and introduce The Unbound Collection by Hyatt brand to San Miguel de Allende”, expressed Guillermo Valencia, General Manager of NUMU Boutique Hotel. “We look forward to providing independent-minded guests an authentic, thought-provoking experience as they immerse themselves in the rich culture of this charming city that will inspire memories for years to come.”
It’s the second Unbound Collection hotel to open in the Caribbean-Mexico region in the last year, following the debut of the new La Compania in Panama’s Casco Viejo.
For more, visit the Numu San Miguel de Allende.