New Hotel in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico Names General Manager

Hotel Matilda has announced that Andrés Sanhueza has taken the reins as general manager of this boutique hotel in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico, which will open its doors on September 15.

Sanhueza assumes responsibility for this hotel, located in the heart of the 500-year-old historic center of one of Mexico’s most revered colonial towns.

He comes to Hotel Matilda with 13 years of hospitality experience in Mexico and his native Chile. Most recently, he was part of the opening team for the W Hotel Santiago, Chile, where he served as assistant food and beverage director. Previously, he was director of food and beverage at Casa Sierra Nevada, the Orient Express Hotel in San Miguel de Allende, and at Valle Nevado Ski Resort, Chile.

Hotel Matilda will offer 32 rooms and suites, many with vistas over San Miguel’s skyline; a gourmet restaurant with garden seating serving contemporary cuisine with regional influences and Latin flair; a stylish lounge appealing to guests and local residents alike featuring light dining, ultra premium brands and specialty spirits created by artisanal producers, and a patio overlooking San Miguel; a spa; an infinity pool and deck with lounge chairs and umbrellas and more.


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