Concierge.com's insider take:
Step through a doorway behind the Parroquia into old San Miguel, where mansions once commanded acres in the heart of the city in the 18th and 19th centuries, and you'll find this elegant inn, which certainly fits in with the neighborhood's historic heritage. Guests share roaming privileges with the cats, dogs, and roosters that wander among the giant ficus trees, clumps of cacti, citrus groves, and sculpture garden. Six bright, airy rooms with slick tile floors, somewhat lumpy beds, and private baths with showers are located in a stone house designed by the architect Leonardo de la Canal, a descendant of one of the city's founding families. Nonguests can ring the front entry bell and enjoy delicious organic breakfasts in a window-walled library.—Maribeth Mellin
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