Hacienda Jurica by Brisas

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Hacienda Jurica by Brisas has thrived at providing authentic Mexican hospitality for countless visitors. Long before it became a renowned holiday destination, the structure served as the grand estate for the Second Viceroy of New Spain (present-day Mexico), Luís de Velasco. Velasco eventually passed away and gave the land to Don Juan Sánchez de Alanis during the 1550s, in recognition to his service to the Spanish crown. Alanis then transformed the site into a massive hacienda that employed over 500 people. It was not until four centuries later in 1969 that the location became a luxurious boutique hotel. Situated in the UNESCO-recognized Historic Monuments Zone of Querétaro, Hacienda Jurica by Brisas is today a magnificent holiday destination nestled in the heart of Mexico.
Image of Guestroom Interior, Hacienda Jurica by Brisas, Queretaro, Mexico, 1551, Member of Historic Hotels Worldwide, Location Map

Location Map

Experience the historic Plaza de Aramas Querétaro and the Cerro de las Campanas nearby.

Image of Courtyard & Exterior, Hacienda Jurica by Brisas, Queretaro, Mexico, 1551, Member of Historic Hotels Worldwide, Discover

Discover

Discover the Spanish Colonial-style architecture of this terrific historic hotel.

Image of COurtyard Fountain, Hacienda Jurica by Brisas, Queretaro, Mexico, 1551, Member of Historic Hotels Worldwide, Explore

Explore

Explore the Acueducto de Querétaro.

Image of Lobby, Hacienda Jurica by Brisas, Queretaro, Mexico, 1551, Member of Historic Hotels Worldwide, Experience

Experience

Experience the Museo Regional de Querétaro - INAH.

Image of Los Hules Restaurant, Hacienda Jurica by Brisas, Queretaro, Mexico, 1551, Member of Historic Hotels Worldwide, Taste

Taste

Taste the wine of the Querétaro’s world-famous vineyards.

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