Hacienda de los Santos

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Discover Hacienda de los Santos, which was once a self-sufficient colonial estate dating back to the 17th century.

Hacienda de los Santos was constructed during an era marked by global exploration that defined much of the 15th through the 17th centuries.

Originally founded during the 17th century as a self-sufficient colonial estate, Hacienda de los Santos is among the most historic holiday destinations in the area. Its grand story is entwined with that of its current owners. Jim and Nancy Swickard are avid travelers who have frequently visited Mexico frequently over the span of four decades. Upon visiting Alamos during one of their trips in 1989, they fell in love with Hacienda de los Santos. They subsequently restored this grand historic structure into a wonderful boutique hotel. Alongside the Alcantar family, the owners have crafted Hacienda de los Santos as a unique space for travelers to delight in during their stay, enriched with careful details amid the comforts of home.

  • About the Location +
    Hacienda de los Santos is set within the historic city of Alamos, which offers travelers a rich heritage to experience. A Colonial-era town that harkens back over three centuries, Alamos has seen its share of Spanish conquistadors, dignitaries, and more throughout its extensive history. The Spanish first crafted this city over 350 years ago to reflect the culture of Spain’s Andalusia region. With just over 15,000 inhabitants today, Alamos still possesses that amazing historical character.

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