Hotel Elena de Cobre | LEON
Set in one of the oldest restored casonas in the area, Hotel Emiliano will showcase a rare Mexican colonial architectural style when it opens in December 2017. Its preservation of the building’s original elements—including an ancient “pergola” made of wood and clay—earned it recognition from the National Institute of Anthropology and History.
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León, located 400 miles northwest of Mexico City in the state of Guanajuato, is largely better known to visitors as a transport hub than as a tourist attraction, due both to its industrial character and its inland setting—its roughly as far from the Pacific as it is from the Caribbean. But today, the city’s resurgent attitude, its historical riches (the cathedral from 1765 is not to be missed), and now a forthcoming hotel that celebrates the Old World architecture of León, is putting this off-the-beaten-path locale on the map for in-the-know travelers.