Modernity and comfort
We have colonial spaces that have been restored without removing the
essence of their time period. We offer comfort to our guests
enclosed in a refined design, which highlights a combination of
antique and modern in a sophisticated atmosphere of intimacy and
Our buildings are located in the colonial neighborhood of Queretaro,
surrounded by restaurants, quiet streets and alleys, theatres,
temples, plazas, museums and diverse cultural activities.
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All apartments include services and amenities that will make your stay a
unique experience of leisure and tranquility.
All our apartments include Wi-Fi, gas, electricity and cleaning
We strive to make sure your stay is comfortable in every aspect.
We remain modern in an old environment.
Each apartment has its own equipped kitchen, private bathroom,
bedroom and livingroom.
We offer various options for rent that range from a month to a year.
Our spaces are decorated with an artistic touch that you can delight
This is Queretaro
The city of Queretaro is located in the center of Mexico. Its
location was essential for its development. In the eighteenth
century, it was listed as the third city of the colonial New Spain.
Its history and culture have had great impact in Mexico. In
1810,Queretaro was a central location for the rise of the
independence movement. Later, in the nineteenth century, the city
played a decisive role in the triumph of the Republic and in 1917,
Queretaro sealed the revolutionary movement by being the seat of the
Constituent Assembly that outlined the institutional life of
The city has a harmonious beauty awarded with the
status of World Heritage Site by UNESCO.
It has a colonial layout preserved in its Historic Center, dozens of
temples with diverse architectural styles that range from Baroque to
Neoclassical, museums of viceregal and contemporary art, history
museums, an authentic cuisine and numerous high quality restaurants
that offer local and international food.
A few of the
various places worthy of a visit include: the Holy Cross Temple and
Convent, with its monumental arcade, was built in the seventeenth
century next to the Chapel of Sangremal, where the defining battle
for the conquest of Mexico took place;the Convent of San Agustin,
which nowadays hosts the Museum of Art; and the Churches of Santa
Rosa de Viterbo and Santa Clara, whose golden altarpieces
areworld-renowned for its beauty.
For all these reasons
and more, Queretaro is a splendid city to visit and enjoy.