Casa Azteca

        In San Miguel De Allende, your home away from home!

About Us

Your comfort is our goal. We have created a restful retreat that you can think of as your home away from home when you’re in the area. We offer services for any traveler, whether you’re on business or your journey is for pleasure. When you plan your visit, consider us for your stay.

Our House

 Casa Azteca is a gorgeous Mexican influenced two-bedroom house for people who want to be able to walk into town, but be located somewhat out of the hustle and bustle of el Centro. Situated partway up the hill above the main Mercado, yet still within the boundaries of San Miguel's Historical Center, this sunny and bright charming house is constructed on three levels and offers all the amenities of a home away from home.

   From the entryway, the ground floor level of the house features the master bedroom and its cozy sitting area with a fireplace, described by one of our guests as the most beautiful and comfortable bedrooms she has ever slept in. The king size bed has a pillowtop mattress, fine sheets and comforters. A large walk-in closet is next door to the double-sink bathroom with its colorful tilework, polished cement counter tops and large bath- shower.

    At the end of the entryway, framed by a beautiful arch is an oasis garden area with a large date palm and plants open to the sky, bringing lots of light into the master bedroom.
 
    Up the staircase, you come to the main living floor of the house, complete with a second fireplace, flatscreen TV, a built-in DVD player and a CD player with iPod docking station. The well-outfitted kitchen with its polished cement counter tops and center island includes everything you will need for the most simplest meal to hosting the most elaborate dinner party. This then opens onto a  sunny terrace with chairs and table along with a  barbecue station. A dining area and  half-bath are also on this level.  This great room has wonderful light throughout the day, which is not all that common in most San Miguel homes.

     One more level up and you find the second guest bedroom, as well as a sunny roof terrace with vistas across San Miguel's historic Centro toward the western sunset. Five of San Miguel's famous churches are visible from the terrace, but you may prefer simply to relax with a good book on the lounge chairs and enjoy the afternoon sun.  This bedroom has another queen size bed, also with pillowtop mattress and fine bed linens, plus an en-suite bathroom.

    The house rental includes the maid services of Angelica  3 times a week, wireless Internet connection for your own laptop, cable TV , and local Telmex phone service.

     Guests must be 25 years or older to rent and stay in Casa Azteca. Family's with their children are of course welcome.  Please be advised we have a four person maximum rule for Casa Azteca this does not include babies.  If this rule is violated there will be a $50.00 per night, per person charge. Contact us now for more information about our house or San Miguel. contact us now!


Customer Reviews

A Beautiful Home in a Beautiful City.
I travel quite a bit and rarely write reviews, but it would be unfair for me not to praise my family's stay at Casa Azteca. Andy and Dorothy's place felt like home the minute we stepped in. Although they were not able to meet us the evening we arrived, we were met by the housekeeper, Angelica, who showed us around and introduced us to all the features of the place. She also came three times a week to clean up. Andy and Dorothy stopped in a couple of days later for a pleasant visit. The house is on three floors and every room and hallway is tasteful, furnished and decorated right on point. Wherever your eye lands, you know you are in Mexico. Comfort is the theme. While there I made great use of the outdoor verandas. Although the first floor bedroom is the master suite, with its own bath and walk-in closet, my wife and I chose the third floor bedroom for the large adjoining veranda with a view overlooking the historic downtown. We spent a lot of time out there. I even slept on the veranda one night. The only warning I would give is that if you have difficulty walking, this place could be challenging. For me, as a healthy mid 60's man, I loved it. It didn't pose any problem. But after a couple of days walking down the cobblestoned hill to town, my wife and her sister resorted to taxis. This was never a problem because taxis are universally available, and cheap (50 pesos/$2.50 US from downtown to the Casa). Uber is now in San Miguel and is even cheaper. I can wholeheartedly recommend the place and the people - Andy, Dorothy, and Angelica.
Tim B    March 8 2019