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From miles away, you can see the pink spires of the church at San Miguel de Allende, rising high above the central Mexican city of the same name. And what you’ll see once you arrive is almost indescribable.
Located roughly in the middle of a triangle formed by Mexico City, San Luis Potosí, and León, San Miguel isn’t your typical Mexican inland resort town. As a UNESCO World Heritage Site, it competes with even some of the best travel spots in Europe and the rest of the world. The magical atmosphere of this Mexican dreamworld is marked by its colorful, Baroque and Neo-Gothic architecture, its art museums, and the wealth of cultural history contained in a town named for the famous Mexican Revolutionary. There’s even a toy museum there. But besides all that, it’s star attraction just may be the hot springs
The Ultimate Treat for Your Senses
San Miguel brings a distinct flavor to the “spa” concept. The ecstasy you’ll feel as you ease into one of its many springs is exceeded only by the out-of-this-world ambience you’ll find in this enchanted paradise.
The Grotto Spa is the ultimate in self-indulgence. Between the indoor and outdoor pools, the temazcals (sweat lodges) and the restaurants, you can completely rejuvenate your body and your soul.
The Hidden Place (Escondido) is where you can pamper yourself in the thermal pools, then proceed to the massage therapy of your choice to meet your body’s needs.
Xote Water Park: You and your kids will love this park with its many slides, pools, and refreshment venues. It’s a great way to cool down after a day in the Mexican sun!
Mayan Bath: You’ll be mystified by the glow of light against the red-brown stone walls as you make your way through the cavernous pools extending as far as the eye can see.
More Than Just a Good Feeling
The San Miguel springs will leave you feeling like you’re floating on air. But the natural waters and the therapies there offer an abundance of real health benefits: they can help you restore overworked muscles, improve circulation, reduce stress, and lift your spirits. It’s simply good for the body—and good for the soul.
While visiting the springs, you can also treat your body to the luxury and comfort of the nearby Boutique Hotel San Miguel de Allende. Let them help plan your ultimate journey into relaxation!