Updated: Jan 15, 2020
Words by GILLY HOPPER - Wed, 18 September 2019
"The cobbled streets and cosmopolitan culture of Mexico’s San Miguel de Allende have drawn creatives for almost a century. Today, the artistic community flocks to the design-led L’Otel at Dôce 18 Concept House.
Once a quiet colonial town, San Miguel de Allende is today quite the creative haven. Artists and artisans first flocked here in the 30s, and three-quarters of a century later we’re, somewhat sheepishly, following suit.
While we’re in town, “home” is L’Otel at Dôce 18 Concept House, a colonial-era, pink-stone casa that packs a punch. It’s a hub for the city’s artistic community, so if you arrive before check-in (3pm onwards) take time to explore the ground-level shopping and food arcadia. Post runaround – and once you’ve had your passport scanned and credit card swiped at the front desk – head upstairs to L’Otel’s guest-only, design-led den".
To read the full review: https://suitcasemag.com/travel/explore/lotel-doce-18-concept-house-san-miguel-de-allende-mexico/