CASA LUNA is located in the historic downtown area next to the Callejon del Beso. This location exemplifies the nostalgia and romance of Guanajuato. The city has an impressive architectural legacy and is venue to some of Mexico’s most celebrated cultural events.
Feel the nostalgia of CASA LUNA! The house offers more than an ideal location. It offers a retreat to embrace your five senses! Here is a video https://youtu.be/5sQdGJujvsc
As you enter the house you will be welcomed by a colorful water fountain and garden in the front patio. As you explore further inside, you will find original paintings from a well-known artist!
Each of the bedrooms has its own balcony and bathroom with exquisite Mexican tiles. You can have your morning delight coffee at the back patio next to our very traditional Mexican Kitchen or plan your meal on the 1st terrace or simply have a glass of wine on our top terrace allowing you to embrace one of the best views of the city!
The house is fully furnished with original handmade built-in wooden furniture and cabinetry. You will find traditional fired-clay floors, high thread-count sheets, and countless details that we hope you will enjoy!
At El Callejon del Beso (the alley of the kiss), there is a superstition associated with the story of two unfortunate young lovers. When two lovers pass through the Callejon del Beso, they must kiss on the third step to ensure seven years of happiness. Hundreds of people who pass through this narrow place don’t hesitate to do so and hope that the story turns out to be true. It is without a doubt one of the most famous streets in Mexico.
The location of CASA LUNA allows you to enjoy what the city has to offer with in walking distance!! Guanajuato is a delightful Mexican silver mining town, with brightly painted buildings, extravagant religious buildings (The churches of La Compañía and La Valenciana are considered to be among the most beautiful examples of Baroque architecture in Central and South America.) Founded by the Spanish in the early 16th century, Guanajuato became the world's leading silver-extraction center in the 18th century.
The city is best known for the highly acclaimed annual international arts festival, Festival Cervantino. This colorful and lively place holds center stage all year long. Much of the youthful vibrancy and prolific cultural activities – callejoneadas, films, theater and orchestras – can be attributed to the 20,000 students of the city's own University of Guanajuato.
Front patio with traditional, colorful talavera tiled water fountain.
Small garden with bench.
Another bench - reading area in the back patio
The entire house has traditional fired clay floors including front patio, back patio, and 2 terraces.
The house is fully furnished with original handmade built-in wooden furniture and cabinetry.
Three Original art paintings by a well-known artist
Living room with TV, cable, movies and more.
Leather couches both fold into a twin bed, which sleeps 1, and a full bed that sleeps 2. Linens and towels supplied through all the house.
Dining room with full dining ware.
Complete kitchen with gas stove, refrigerator, microwave, complete set of cookware and talavera tiles.
Washer and gas dryer in utility area.
First floor half bathroom with traditional talavera tiles.
French doors opening to the back patio with breakfast table next to the kitchen with plants.
One bedroom with own private bathroom and balcony
A private sitting corner in the bedroom
The bedroom has access to terrace 1
Terrace has a table with umbrella which seats 6
Bar with stools – Bar de la Luna
Small clay wood chimney
One bedroom with 3 French doors opening onto small balconies overlooking the city.
All the linens are high thread-count sheets
Bathroom has a shower skylight to bring natural light while providing privacy and security.
FOUR FLOOR- TOP Terrace:
Large skylight above the stairs provides natural light into stairwell
Seating and table area look out upon one of the best views of the city!
Small clay wood chimneys