Rosewood San Miguel de Allende Celebrates Day of the Dead

Courtesy of Rosewood San Miguel de Allende

Rosewood San Miguel de Allende is inviting travelers to celebrate Mexico’s annual Day of the Dead in San Miguel de Allende with new experiences for hotel guests.

The Day of the Dead, or “Día de los Muertos,” is a traditional Mexican holiday that celebrates and honors the lives of loved ones who have passed away through a variety of different cultural traditions. During San Miguel de Allende’s festival, the streets are filled with bright orange and fuchsia marigolds, transforming the town into a multicolored canvas filled with parades, dances, plays and cultural offerings.

In honor of the celebration, Rosewood San Miguel de Allende is providing its guests with a starting point to prepare for and experience Mexico's take on Halloween celebrations. Starting November 1, the hotel will offer the following bookable experiences:  

  • Día de los Muertos makeup sessions for two, to get into traditional skull character. Prices begin at $115.
  • Tickets to the pre-parade cocktail party at the hotel before participating in the Catrina Parade through the city. Prices begin at $70.
  • Catrina Gala Dinner on the Rosewood Lawn, where guests can experience the traditional food and beverage of the holiday and judge the Catrina costume contest. Prices begin at $175.

For guests who prefer to watch the celebrations from afar, Rosewood San Miguel de Allende’s Lunas Rooftop Tapas Bar provides panoramic views of the city. Guests can enjoy authentically prepared tapas and signature cocktails while viewing the Día de Los Meurtos festivities happening below.

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