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Casa Misha, San Miguel de Allende 

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San Miguel de Allende
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Edward George and Richard Samuel left behind Manhattan to create their dream escape in this elegant B&B on a remarkably quiet street just a few blocks from San Miguel's main plaza. After badgering workers until each brick was perfectly placed and every tile squared, the duo outfitted two restored mansions with European antiques, Mexican rugs, claw-foot soaking tubs, and other tasteful extravagances. Each of the seven gorgeous rooms has its own distinct merits: Glass doors open to several balconies overlooking gardens in the light-filled Spa room, while a four-poster bed takes in views of the church from the Parroquia room, and the spacious Grande has a wood-burning fireplace in the bathroom. Formal breakfast (yogurt and fruit parfaits, chilaquiles with killer salsa verde) is served on the rooftop terrace overlooking the city or in sitting rooms filled with antique furnishings, crystal glasses, and silver candlesticks. Sound too stuffy? Rest assured the staffers are amiable and the guests gregarious, whether watching the Super Bowl in a grand sala or oohing over shopping treasures—not to mention sipping tequila beside a courtyard fireplace beneath orange and guava trees.—Maribeth Mellin

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