A search was on for just the right place to base a fashion team of nine (with a luggage count of 25), somewhere reflective of the country that would inspire the creative team to flights of fashion fantasy. Bingo: Hacienda Las Trancas. The hacienda is a grand proposition of arched colonnades and vaulted ceilings, all of which have been adoringly restored by its current owners...
The property is elegant and welcoming ... Ultimately, the hacienda provides not only a gracious level of hospitality but also a glimpse of the real Mexico in all its kaleidoscopic colour and energy. True inspiration indeed."-- excerpt from article "First Class, living with style" by Vogue Australia editor LeighAnn Powell.
We were thrilled when Vogue chose to stay a week at Hacienda de las Trancas for their San Miguel photo shoot, and included us in many of their photos. This is from their April Magazine, featuring beautiful model Cody Young. Viva Mexico, with an Asian twist!
There is absolutely nowhere on earth quite like this ex-hacienda situated between San Miguel and Guanajuato. Intact hacienda are rare in 21st-century Mexico, and the fact that you can make this one your
own (at least for a few indescribably glorioius days) is an experience not to be missed. guests report
feeling a...profound connection with this unbelievable 50-room rambling estate
Destination Wedding Amy & Matt San Miguel de Allende Mexico. The
ceremony and reception were held at Hacienda Las Trancas. “This Hacienda is
indescribable...” Elizabeth Medina says. " I can't say enough about this very special
piece of Mexico and the hacienda's staff of local people who care so personally for
each of its guests."
Contemplating San Miguel de Allende, Mexico, I’m pleasantly stumped. This town takes my breath away. Is it the high altitude (over 6000 feet)?Spectacular scenery? Colonial architecture? Set atop the Mexican Altiplano (Plateau) in the state of Guanajuato, colonial San Miguel is a tapestry of 18th century mansions, domed churches, statues in courtyards and cobblestone streets. Declared a national monument in 1926, it embraces a progressive community of artists, musicians and expats. No wonder creative inns and restaurants have blossomed here like jacaranda.
We invite you to discover the hacienda difference.