“This regal ‘Hacienda’ was built in the XVI century and has been transformed into a luxurious gastronomic hotel. It is a destination by itself, amidst the natural beauty of the fertile volcanic landscapes near Mexico City, that still retains the elegance and ambience of a bygone era, enriched with modern amenities, intuitive personal service and unique local activities such as hot-air balloon flights, archaeology adventures, open-air cooking classes and shopping expeditions to the most colorful markets and workshops.”
Alonso Vera Cantú
Priceless Experiences Curator
Sleep in a 16 th century estate that belonged to Spanish conquistador Hernán Cortés and has now been transformed into a sustainable gastronomic hotel. It is less than one hour away from Mexico City, but amidst the most wonderful volcanic landscapes.
Harvest your own organic seasonal products before experiencing a personal cooking class and demonstration with a prestigious Mexican chef, and then enjoy a magnificent brunch within the glorious gardens of your hacienda.
Experience the “real Mexico” while visiting monumental temples, the most colorful markets and the workshops of the best artisans with unique access.
Learn and enjoy an authentic “lamb barbacoa” making experience
Visit the magnificent Popocatépetl and Iztaccíhuatl National Park to enjoy the serenity of its natural springs.
Be part of a beautiful offering in an ancient site that has been praised for over one thousand years, and enjoy a traditional lunch.
Welcome the sunrise with a hot-air balloon flight, pamper yourself with local beauty and relaxation treatments or experience a motorcycle expedition.
"If you want to book this optional benefits, please contact our Concierge."
Ground transfer from Mexico City to the Hacienda and back
English speaking hosts and guides
Two-night Junior Suite double occupancy at Hacienda San Andrés
All breakfasts, lunch and dinners
Private personal cooking class with a prestigious Mexican chef
Private “barbacoa” demonstration and experience
Half-day guided expedition to explore the local colonial temples, the most colorful markets and the workshops of the best artisans