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Reviewed 28 February 2012

I had not been to Casa Liza in a few years and was not sure whether it would still be the same wonderful place I remembered. Sometimes, when you go back to a place, it's not the same and it's easy to be disappointed. But this was not so here! Yes, it has changed a bit -- new owner, some new faces, a different look here and there -- but still terrific.

The location of this B&B, for example, couldn't be better. On Bajada del Chorro, just below Santa Cruz church and the Casa de la Cultura, it's the prettiest spot in town. A quick, two-minute walk to Parque Juarez, a view of the historic lavanderia, and less than a 10-minute walk to the Jardin. It's close enough to walk everywhere in town and yet far enough away from the Jardin to be quiet at night. Of course, you still hear the bells in the distance and the occasional fireworks, but that's part of the experience of waking up in San Miguel.

The gardens are still gorgeous with bougainvillea, fruit trees, jasmine, orchids, cacti...so many photo ops right outside the door. It was very nice, too, in February to be able to "turn on" the fireplace and have a cozy blaze to warm up the rooms at night.

Some changes -- the old Casa Liza advertised breakfast anywhere, anytime, with many choices from a menu. That has changed a bit. Breakfast was in the "dining room" by the fireplace in the main house each morning and no menus. But it was fabulous! Fresh papayas and mangoes daily with a different Mexican specialty each day. Very enjoyable.

Lorenzo again arranged our stay, along with tours and visits here and there, and everything went perfectly. It was fun to meet a few new faces, too. Beatriz made us smile first thing in the morning and made sure no little problem went unsolved. It was a delight to spend a few minutes each day in the kitchen practicing our Spanish with Angelique and Remedios or with Martin in the garden.

The parrots and the cats are gone, as well as Liza's (the former owner) personal art, but the place is being renovated with new paint and varnish, some needed repairs, and new art.

If you've stayed at Casa Liza in the past, you'll still enjoy it. If you haven't, you shouldn't miss it. For me, this B&B is still the best place in San Miguel de Allende.

  • Stayed: February 2012, travelled with family
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Reviewed 17 June 2011

Loved it here! Rooms are gorgeous, their staff is super friendly, they will spoil you!
Great value, the only down side is that it's located a little far away from the square (not walking distance) but it's a 5 minute cab drive away.
If you are planning on purchasing and shipping stuff to the U.S.
DON'T HIRE Alan Kent Moving Company, he shipped some very valuable pieces to Texas and my merchandise arrived broken, he made me paid in full even before I got it knowing that the piece have been broken before it crossed the border and even made me pay $100 dlls. more for extra packing! Better hire someone professional like La Union, it is more expensive but it is worth it!

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  • Stayed: December 2010, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 9 May 2011

This is where we stayed with our little baby girl for 2 nights - it was different from any other room we have been in before. If felt like if you were a child again and were spending your holiday over your grandma. Funky furniture and original passage to the bathroom. It was cozy even with a little child and the employees brought all our staff up there so no worries about that. Also the surroundings were beautiful - lush garden with parrots, turtles and cats (kids will love it). The jacuzzi next to the tree house was great and only for us. The employees did everything to make us happy - provided a little plastic bath for our baby, parked our car, gave us all advices and directions we asked for and prepared delicious breakfast for us. I would recommend it to anyone who wish to do something out of ordinary and still have all the comfort.

  • Stayed: April 2011, travelled with family
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Reviewed 28 March 2011

We stayed for two nights in Casa de Liza and absolutely loved it, the whole setting with all the different rooms was just stunning, we spent the first 20 minutes just exploring all the different nooks and crannies in the garden! Our room was the "Tree House" (one of the cheapest) which was pretty much that, up a steep winding stair into a trap-door to enter, we loved it but it might have been more difficult for older people or if we'd had more luggage! The heated jacuzzi was great as well. The service was great, breakfast was fantastic and when my boyfriend got sick they let us keep the room for a few extra hours on the day of checkout and were very helpful in directing me to a pharmacy and even telling me what medicines to get. Thoroughly enjoyed our stay and would recommend it to anyone - I would imagine kids would love exploring it as well, and the very friendly cat!

  • Stayed: March 2011, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 9 October 2009

My 3 sisters and I stayed in the Villa Manuela for 3 nights over the San Miguel festival weekend. The location was fantastic just a quick 5-10 minute walk to the main Jardin. The grounds were beautiful. The Villa was an amazing old building with lots of antiques, winding staircase to the 2nd floor, 1 3/4 bath, kitchen, all beautifully maintained and pretty clean for as old as this place is. A little smaller than I was expecting, but it fit the four of us just fine. There was a King Bed, Queen Bed, Sofa Bed, and very small twin for us all to use. There is no A/C, just one ceiling fan in the mater bedroom. The breakfasts were amazingly delicious....though sometimes slow to get all our sides. The overall service was very good....they were very accomodating to our needs, and quick to check on things, lots of bottled water available for the hot days. Lots of material available to read, the local english paper to find events for the weekend, maps we could borrow of the city, The only surprise we had was with regards to using their telephone service to call internationally.... they have good instructions available on how to use it, but no information on the rates and charges. Fortunately we only used it one night and it was such a hassle we decided to use our cell phones and pay the .99 cents/minute on Verizon (but that was WAY cheaper than using their phone service - so AVOID using their phones except for dire emergencies.) MCI and Sprint cards don't work in San Miguel either. We loved our stay there and had a great time. It is one of the few B&B places that can accommodate 4 people traveling together that want to share one accommodation. It provides an authentic Mexico feel too. Be aware, if there are any festivals going on in the town, you will here them...drums, fireworks, church bells...but that would be true for anywhere you stay in the downtown area. If I return to San Miguel with my husband in the future I probably would try a different place though, since there are so many places to stay and I think they are a bit high priced for what you get.

  • Stayed: October 2009, travelled with family
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Thank MTRose
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