Photograph courtesy of Agave Sotheby’s International Realty
Santiago De Querétaro, Mexico
Pedigree: An exquisite example of Mexican Baroque architecture, this 18th-century villa (known as La Casa de la Marquesa) in the country’s central Bajío region was built by a Spanish nobleman as a home for his consort. It currently serves as a 13-suite boutique hotel, where rooms open onto a glass-crowned atrium replete with original elements such as graphic murals, decorative stone-work, and hand-forged iron balustrades.
8 Half Baths
18,000 Sq. Ft.
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