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Casa de Sierra Nevada Introduces Casa Limón


SAN MIGUEL de ALLENDE, MEXICO (November 14, 2007) - Casa de Sierra Nevada, an Orient-Express Hotel, announces the opening of Casa Limón, the newest addition to its collection of historic Spanish colonial mansions. Just a brief stroll from El Jardin, the center of town, and located directly across from the hotel’s new Andanza restaurant and Blue Bar, Casa Limón features distinctive guest rooms, an outdoor heated swimming pool with a wall fountain, a cozy library, a new business center, and a butler assigned exclusively to the casona.


Casa Limón is an 18th century style mansion with beautiful features including cloistered outdoor courtyards with fountains, small gardens and al fresco corridors.  The stunning new addition to Casa de Sierra Nevada features guest rooms and suites that capture the rich history of the area, decorated with hand painted tiles, polished copper sinks, claw-foot copper tubs, and original regional arts and crafts.  Each of the six suites is distinct from the next, with some boasting rooftop views of the city as well as rooftop Jacuzzis.  Every lavish guestroom features amenities such as individually controlled air-conditioning and flat screen TVs to make your stay as comfortable and luxurious as possible.         


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One and a half blocks from the Parroquia and main city square of San Miguel de Allende, the boutique hotel of Casa de Sierra Nevada is a mixture of 16th to 18th century Spanish colonial buildings.  Its 32 rooms and suites are spread amongst nine colonial mansions, including a 17th century fort, and the former residence of San Miguel de Allende’s Archbishop in the 16th century. With the hotel’s buildings situated around the town rather than in one location, the experience is akin to living in a beautiful, historic apartment, but with the fresh, new amenities and genuine Mexican hospitality provided by Casa de Sierra Nevada, making for a true cultural immersion. Founded in 1542, the town of San Miguel de Allende is a National Monument of Mexico. Sitting at 6,400 feet above sea level, the cobble-stoned streets of this colonial town are lined with palasios that today are a mixture of personal residences, galleries, restaurants and boutiques.


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